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Item:105944
Surname:Croaker (Croker)
First Name:William and Eliza
Ship:-
Date:Baptism June 1846
Place:Abode: Newcastle
Source:Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. p.17
Details:Farmer. Baptism of son Alfred
Item:106116
Surname:Croaker (Croker)
First Name:William and Eliza
Ship:-
Date:Baptism September 1849
Place:Abode: Newcastle
Source:Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. p.25
Details:Labourer. Baptism of son Robert Wilson Croaker
Item:167764
Surname:Croker
First Name:Lieut. Col William
Ship:-
Date:20 September 1839
Place:Downing Street
Source:The Asiatic Journal
Details:Her Majesty has been pleased to nominate and appoint the following officers in her Majesty s service to be Companions of the said most Hon. Military Order of the Bath: - Lieut. col. William Croker of 17th regiment
Item:167763
Surname:Croker
First Name:Lieutenant William
Ship:-
Date:-
Place:-
Source:The Army List
Details:Appointed Regimental Major 16 June 1825; Lieutenant Colonel 1 April 1836.
Item:167765
Surname:Croker
First Name:Major & Mrs. William
Ship:Red Rover 1831
Date:29 March 1831
Place:Hobart
Source:Colonial Times, Hobart
Details:The Red Rover from Portsmouth 18th November with 166 male prisoners 2 having died on the voyage. Surgeon Dr. Osborn. Passengers Major Croker, Mrs. Croker and two children. 29 rank and file of 17th regiment
Item:65256
Surname:Croker
First Name:Major William
Ship:-
Date:1835 12 June
Place:Upper Williams River
Source:Australian
Details:17th Regiment. To proceed to the Upper Williams District in pursuit of aborigines who killed four stockmen
Item:167759
Surname:Croker
First Name:Major William
Ship:-
Date:-
Place:-
Source:Royal Military Calendar
Details:Ensign 17th foot, 27th March 1803; Lieut 2nd June 1804; Captain 20th November 1806; Brev. Major 12 August 1819.
Item:167760
Surname:Croker
First Name:Major William
Ship:-
Date:19 March 1835
Place:Sydney
Source:SH
Details:Saint Patrick's Day dinner held at the Saloon of the Pultenay Hotel which was brilliantly fitted up for the occasion and made to accommodate about 100 gentlemen. One of the stewards Major William Croker
Item:167761
Surname:Croker
First Name:Major William
Ship:-
Date:30 May 1835
Place:Sydney
Source:Sydney Monitor
Details:Celebrations of His Majesty's Birthday. - 17th regiment un temporary command of Major Croker marched to the race course, fired a feu de joie and gave three cheers after which they marched in review order past Col. Snodgrass and returned to barracks
Item:167762
Surname:Croker
First Name:Major William
Ship:-
Date:13 October 1835
Place:Sydney barracks
Source:The Australian
Details:At his Quarters in Sydney Barracks, on 9th October, the Lady of Major Croker of 17th regiment of a daughter
Item:10427
Surname:Croker
First Name:William
Ship:-
Date:1841
Place:Newcastle District
Source:1841 Census Index
Details:Town, Newcastle 62
Item:130554
Surname:Croker
First Name:William
Ship:-
Date:1864 3 February
Place:Newcastle
Source:SMH
Details:Marriage of William Croker and Margaret, eldest daughter of John Miller of Newcastle on 30th January. Minister Rev. James Coutts
Item:144746
Surname:Croker
First Name:William and Eliza
Ship:-
Date:1854 8 January
Place:Newcastle
Source:Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms p. 48
Details:Labourer. Baptism of son George Henry Croker
Item:177581
Surname:Croker
First Name:William John
Ship:-
Date:21 March 1919
Place:Clarence town
Source:The Voice of the North
Details:On Saturday there passed away at his home Fotheringay, near Clarence Town a very old resident of that district in the person of Mr. Wlliam John Croker. He was 79 years of age, and had been in failing health for some time. The late Mr. Croker was born at sea, and came with his parents to Newcastle when an infant. Forty four years ago he went to Clarence Town with his wife and young Family and twelve years later he acquired the Fotheringay Estate where he had resided ever since. He was the pioneer in the timber trade in the Clarencetown district, but of late years had been chiefly engaged in grazing pursuits. When a young man, he was noted for his prodigious strength and it was claimed that he could lift half a ton dead weight. He leaves a widow, three daughters and six sons to mourn their loss.
Item:174320
Surname:Croker
First Name:William Swan
Ship:-
Date:1855
Place:Leasehold. Address - Honeysuckle Point
Source:NMH
Details:On a list of electors in the police district of Newcastle who had the right to vote for elections in the county of Northumberland in 1855. Printed in the Newcastle Morning Herald 11 October 1911
Item:16323
Surname:Croker
First Name:William Swan and Eliza
Ship:-
Date:1842 31 July
Place:Newcastle
Source:Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms p. 7
Details:Farmer. Baptism of daughter Margaret Anne Croker
Item:105677
Surname:Croker
First Name:William Swan and Eliza
Ship:-
Date:Baptism June 1844
Place:Abode: Newcastle (The Glebe)
Source:Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. p.12
Details:Settler. Baptism of son Edward Abraham
Item:144187
Surname:Croker
First Name:William Swan and Elizabeth
Ship:-
Date:1857 31 May
Place:Newcastle
Source:Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms. p.66
Details:Settler. Baptism of son Charles Frederick Croker
Item:111246
Surname:Croker (Croaker)
First Name:William
Ship:John 1832
Date:1835 30 January
Place:Newcastle gaol
Source:NGE
Details:Painter and Glazer from Cork. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Sydney. To be sent to Maitland to be dealt with. Sent 31January

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