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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
130650 Devine Owen - 1824 28 October Sentry Box Reach, Lower Branch SG
Inquest on the body of Owen Devine, a settler who died suddenly in his boat on his way to Sydney after suffering a violent pain near his heart. The deceased had been 23 years in the Colony and was generally esteemed a very persevering, industrious and honest character. Interred on his own farm immediately after the verdict of 'died in a natural way'

130656 Devine Owen - 1824 4 November Lower Branch, Hawkesbury River SG
Mrs. Mary Devine, widow of the late Owen Devine, requesting all claims against the estate of her late husband be sent in

38728 Devine Owen Minorca 1801 1811 21 September Newcastle CSI
Sent to Newcastle as prisoner

70397 Devine Owen Minorca 1801 1806 14 September Richmond Hill SG
Pleaded not guilty to a charge of breaking and entering the house of John Fox at Richmond Hill

130651 Devine Owen Minorca 1801 112 25 February Newcastle CSI
Prisoner at Newcastle, time expired. Sent to Sydney on the Estramina

130652 Devine Owen Minorca 1801 1818 14 February - CSI
Paid from the Police Fund for lime for government use at Parramatta

130653 Devine Owen Minorca 1801 1818 10 September Lower Branch CSI
On list of persons to receive grants of land in 1818

130654 Devine Owen Minorca 1801 1820 29 July Hawkesbury SG
Listed on Statement of the Colonial Police Fund. Paid 46 pounds for lime for use of government