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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
138232 Bond (Brunker) Mary Ann - 1857 3 March On board the barque 'Elizabeth Thompson' off Port Phillip Heads MM
Death of Mary Ann, the beloved wife of Captain Edward Bond and granddaughter of Mrs. Margaret McGreavy of Newcastle, after a short and painfull illness. Died on 20th February 1857 aged 20 years

147120 Bruncker (Brunker) Mary Ann - 1842 18 August Newcastle Australiasian Chronicle
Marriage of Mr. James Cunningham, clerk of the colonial hospital at that place, to Mrs. M.A. Bruncker (Brunker), daughter of Mr. James McGreavy on 10 August 1842. Rev. Mr. Dowling

53957 Brunker - - 1849 9 May Newcastle MM
Joined the search party to locate F.S. Mays who was lost in the bush near Burwood

116955 Brunker Elizabeth Hewlett - 1916 9 November East Maitland Burial Ground Maitland Burial Records
Diedage 89. Wife of James Nixon Brunker

149300 Brunker Frederick E - 1884 22 March Plattsburg MM
Marriage of Frederick E. Brunker, son of the Honorable James N. Brunker, M.L.A., to Miss Rachael Clayden, daughter of S.J. Claydon of Cooranbong on 19th March 1884. Minister Rev. W. Chaucer

144825 Brunker Frederick Edward - 1853 16 October Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms p. 46
Son of James and Elizabeth Brunker. Baptism

108792 Brunker Henry John - 1854 28 October East Maitland MM
Eldest son of James N. Brunker, died aged 2 years and 7 months on 24th October

114344 Brunker Henry John - 1854 28 October EastMaitland MM
Death of Henry John, eldest son of James N. Brunker on 24th October. Aged 2 years and 7 months

144902 Brunker Henry John - 1852 11 July East Maitland Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms p. 44
Son of James and Elizabeth Brunker. Baptism

43532 Brunker J.N - 1835 3 August Newcastle CJ
Purchased 16 perches of land on 12 August

20101 Brunker James - 1846 24 January Newcastle MM
Signed letter written to farewell Major Last who was leaving for New Zealand to fight in the Maori wars

82423 Brunker James - 1851 8 March Newcastle MM
Stepson of William Henry Whyte. Employed as clerk and assistant by Whyte. Witness at his trial

87112 Brunker James - 1851 10 December East Maitland MM
Formerly of Newcastle. Taking over the butcher's business of Samuel Clift in East Maitland

89849 Brunker James - 1852 15 May East Maitland MM
Charged by Henry Gooch with allowing pigs to stray about the streets. Case dismissed

90152 Brunker James - 1852 2 June Collected in East Maitland MM
Subscribed to Testimonial for E.C. Close

91141 Brunker James - 1852 10 July Maitland MM
Charged under the Masters & servants Act for wages owed

91391 Brunker James - 1852 21 July Collected at East Maitland MM
Gave subscription for the Relief of those left destitute by the Floods at Gundagai

96586 Brunker James - 1852 11 December Maitland MM
Fined 5s for allowing pigs to stray about the streets

137470 Brunker James - 1847 26 June Newcastle SMH
Death of James, only son of Mrs. M. N. Brunker. Aged 14 years

107767 Brunker James and Elizabeth - 1854 26 October East Maitland Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral Newcastle. Burials p28
Henry John, son of James and Elizabeth Brunker died aged 2 years 7 months

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