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Item:56881
Surname:'Glebe Cottage'
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Date:1844 10 August
Place:West Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Mrs. Ralston advertising to employ female servant
Item:57791
Surname:'Northumberland Cottage'
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Date:1843 11 March
Place:Morpeth
Source:MM
Details:John Dwyer, schoolmaster, advertising Northumberland Cottage to let
Item:102834
Surname:Boggs' Cottage
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Date:1853 20 July
Place:West Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Dr. Foulis commencing practise in Bogg's Cottage at the east end of the Long Bridge
Item:102330
Surname:Carleton Cottage
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Date:1842 13 October
Place:Paterson
Source:SG
Details:William Munnings Arnold
Item:41761
Surname:Carlton Cottage
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Date:1848 27 May
Place:Paterson
Source:MM
Details:William Munnings Arnold
Item:46804
Surname:Carlton Cottage
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Date:1848 28 October
Place:Paterson
Source:MM
Details:W.M. Arnold and Aldons Arnold offering reward for lost colt
Item:101796
Surname:Carlton Cottage
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Date:1853 11 June
Place:Paterson
Source:MM
Details:Carlton Cottage to be let. 6 rooms, drawing, dining, parlour, sitting room, 2 bedrooms, verandah, paddocks etc. Application to Michael Bustead on the premises or W. Coleman, Newtown Sydney
Item:75211
Surname:Clan Alpine Cottage
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Date:1850 15 June
Place:Morpeth
Source:MM
Details:Robert McGregor advertising vine cuttings at Clan Alpine Cottage
Item:139396
Surname:Clarine Cottage
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Date:1877 24 February
Place:West Maitland
Source:MM
Details:The wife of James D. Prentice gave birh to a daughter at Clarine Cottage
Item:53680
Surname:Comerford's Cottages
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Date:1849 28 April
Place:West Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Miss E. Gray commencing millinery and dressmaking business in Comerford's Cottages
Item:46883
Surname:Connor's Cottage
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Date:1847 3 November
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Mrs. Stephen Clarke taking in young ladies as boarders
Item:39385
Surname:Coruna Cottage
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Date:1848 8 March
Place:Raymond Terrace
Source:MM
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Item:51774
Surname:Coruna Cottage
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Date:1849 7 March
Place:Raymond Terrace
Source:MM
Details:Mrs. T. Digby Miller gave birth to a daughter at Coruna Cottage
Item:87356
Surname:Coruna Cottage
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Date:1851 31 December
Place:Raymond Terrace
Source:MM
Details:T.D. Miller leaving the district and selling furniture etc at his residence 'Coruna Cottage'
Item:166525
Surname:Cottage Creek
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Date:1832
Place:Newcastle
Source:1832 Directory
Details:One and half miles from Newcastle on the right is a Government Cottage, lately purchased by Mr. Weller. Here you cross a small stream......
Item:167039
Surname:Cottage Creek
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Date:9 August 1924
Place:Newcastle
Source:SMH
Details:The Public Works Committee yesterday decided to recommend the construction of a storm water channel at Cottage Creek, Newcastle
Item:167040
Surname:Cottage Creek
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Place:Newcastle
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Details:Pre-settlement Condition In the early days of settlement the Cottage Creek catchment consisted of sandy and swampy flats. The vegetation was very scrub like and included species such as ti-trees. Natural watercourses wove through the lowlands, filtering and transferring water to the Hunter River outlet. The sand beds and swamps were important sources of water for aborigines and pioneer white settlers. How the Creek got its name…. In the early convict days a cottage-like structure was erected on the eastern bank of the creek, about where Hunter Street west is now; the track to Maitland crossed the creek at this spot. The cottage was used to house the military guard to prevent convicts escaping. Eventually a bridge was built which later became known as the Cottage Bridge and hence lead to the name of Cottage Creek for the waterway…..Industrialisation of Cottage Creek…. http://203.12.150.201/__data/assets/pdf_file/0004/8644/history_cottage_creek_fs.pdf
Item:173921
Surname:Cottage Creek
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Date:23 August 1902
Place:Newcastle
Source:NMH
Details:The traveller leaving Newcastle for Maitland in the 1830s journeyed along a lonely road, where once the aboriginal roamed in freedom.. Leaving the settlement by the sandy bush track which stretched away westward, the first habitation passed was the Cottage of Mr. Weller, situated some two miles out of town and from that point no other dwelling was reached until the traveller approached the vicinity of Platts farm
Item:173929
Surname:Cottage Creek
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Date:22 September 1825
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:The wife of Rev. Threlkeld gave birth to a daughter on 16th September 1825 at the Government Cottage near Newcastle
Item:173931
Surname:Cottage Creek
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Date:1826 - 28
Place:Newcastle
Source:See Hunter Valley Settler page for Francis Shortt
Details:On 27 December 1826 the Australian reported that Mrs. Laura Shortt, in pursuance of the conditions in which she obtained a conditional pardon, has taken up her residence at Newcastle. In an advertisement and letter to James Horton taken out by her father Laurence Halloran in the Sydney Gazette in February 1827 it is revealed that Laura and her husband were given accommodation at the Government Cottage at Newcastle....When my daughter removed to Newcastle in obedience to the wish of Government (for I deny any obligatory or compulsory rustication), I wrote on her behalf to Captain Allman the Commandant at that settlement; a gentleman, to whose public character, my humble fiat cannot add an iota of celebrity; with whose name the virtues of humanity and benevolence have become identified. He with that considerate compassion which has marked every act of his Commandantcy kindly allowed my daughter and her husband to occupy apartments in a Government cottage kept by a constable and his wife.

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