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Item: 130362
Surname: Ballow
First Name: David Keith
Ship: -
Date: 1841 25 May
Place: Sydney
Source: SH
Details: Attended a levee at Government House in honour of Her Majesty's birthday


 
Item: 183457
Surname: Ballow
First Name: David Keith
Ship: -
Date: 1850
Place: Moreton Bay
Source: The Telegraph 8 December 1939
Details: The inscription on the stone reads Sacred to the memory of David Keith Ballow, late colonial surgeon, coroner of the district and magistrate of the territory, who, in the discharge of his duty as surgeon-superintendent of the quarantine station of Dunwich, fell with many others, whose graves lie around, a victim to typhus fever. Born at Montrose. October 27, 1804; died September 29. 1850. Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. This tomb was erected by his affectionate widow, Margaret Campbell Ballow. Near by is an obelisk which marks the grave of Dr. Mitchell, the ships surgeon, and on one side of the stone are these words, Around this stone are interred the mortal remaina of 26 immigrants who, seeking in this land an earthly home, found elsewhere, we trust, a better country.


 
Item: 130359
Surname: Ballow
First Name: David Keith, Esq
Ship: -
Date: 1837 24 October
Place: Sydney
Source: SG
Details: Marriage of David Keith Ballow, surgeon of Invermein and Margaret Campbell, youngest daughter of the late Captain D. McArthur, 2nd Royal Veteran Battalion on 21st October. Special License. Minister Rev. J. McGarvie


 
Item: 117459
Surname: Ballow
First Name: Dr
Ship: -
Date: 1849 17 January
Place: Normanby Plains
Source: MM
Details: Travelled to Normanby Plains to hold coroner's inquest on the body of an aboriginal native


 
Item: 40219
Surname: Ballow
First Name: Dr.
Ship: -
Date: 1836 16 July
Place: Darlington
Source: SG
Details: Committee member for petitioning the Governor regarding General Education


 
Item: 117456
Surname: Ballow
First Name: Dr.
Ship: -
Date: 1839 6 March
Place: Invermein
Source: GG 1839
Details: Assigned 1 convict stableman in January


 
Item: 117457
Surname: Ballow
First Name: Dr.
Ship: -
Date: 148 23 December
Place: Moreton Bay
Source: The Moreton Bay courier
Details: Magistrate


 
Item: 130361
Surname: Ballow
First Name: Dr.
Ship: -
Date: 1841 10 May
Place: General Hospital sydney
Source: SH
Details: Assisted Colonial Surgeon Harnett in an operation on an artery


 
Item: 117458
Surname: Ballow
First Name: Dr. David Keith
Ship: -
Date: 1850 12 October
Place: Moreton Bay
Source: MM
Details: Resident surgeon at Moreton Bay. Volunteered to take charge of the passengers on the 'Emigrant' vessel. Contracted typhus and died a few days later


 
Item: 125791
Surname: Ballow
First Name: Dr. David Keith
Ship: -
Date: 1836 26 October
Place: Hunter's River
Source: GG
Details: Assigned 1 convict valet and footman from the convict ship 'Moffatt' on 12th October 1836


 
Item: 130363
Surname: Ballow
First Name: Dr. David Keith
Ship: -
Date: 1837 14 December
Place: Invermein
Source: SH
Details: A vacancy in the hospital at Invermein to take place by the appointment of Mr. Ballow to a Government Situation


 
Item: 130360
Surname: Campbell (Ballow)
First Name: Margaret
Ship: -
Date: 1837 24 October
Place: Sydney
Source: SG
Details: Marriage of David Keith Ballow, surgeon of Invermein and Margaret Campbell, youngest daughter of the late Captain D. McArthur, 2nd Royal Veteran Battalion on 21st October. Special License. Minister Rev. J. McGarvie



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