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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
10435 Fenwick Henry - 1841 Newcastle District 1841 Census Index
Swamp, Newcastle 83

12004 Fenwick Henry - 1844 29 June - MM
Partnership with John Fenwick dissolved

25781 Fenwick Henry - 1836/37 Newcastle GRC
John Baxter per ship Phoenix assigned servant

43852 Fenwick Henry - 1835 22 December Newcastle BB
James Makin (Meaker) assigned servant. Admonished and discharged after being charged for killing a calf

52242 Fenwick Henry - 1836 4 January Newcastle BB
Assigned servant Eliza Kelly sentenced to 28 days in the cells and returned to govt. for disorderly conduct

54161 Fenwick Henry - 1837 7 April Newcastle BB
Assigned servant John Townley sentenced to 50 lashes for disobedience and refusing to work

70436 Fenwick Henry - 1837 Newcastle GRC
James Maher (Meaker) per Henry Tanner assigned servant

79669 Fenwick Henry - 1837 1 February Newcastle GG 1837
Assigned 1 convict shoemaker

89238 Fenwick Henry - 1852 3 April Raymond Terrace MM
Offering reward for return of missing mare

99638 Fenwick Henry - 1853 27 April Homebush, Hexham MM
Wife gave birth to a daughter on 23rd April at East Maitland

117204 Fenwick Henry - 1837 Newcastle GRC
Timothy Lathy per 'Backwell' assigned servant

119070 Fenwick Henry - 1837 Newcastle GRC
John Lowe per 'Mangles' assigned servant

135988 Fenwick Henry - 1871 2 December Raymond Terrace MM
Household. Petitioner opposing the proposed incorporation of the Municipality of Raymond Terrace

136276 Fenwick Henry - 1873 20 November Presbyterian Church, Hinton MM
Marriage of Thomas Holwell, of Nelson's Plains and Frances Edith, eldest daughter of Henry Fenwick of Raymond Terrace on 13 November 1873. Minister Rev., Dr. Boag

156048 Fenwick Henry - 1848 30 August Anglican Church, Hexham Australian Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records
Marriage of Henry Fenwick and Eliza Field, daughter of John Field

174128 Fenwick Henry - 2 November 1910 Newcastle district NMH
The official estimate of the land under crops in the Newcastle district and the quantity of produce to be taken therefrom was made by the police in November 1838 at the request of the Colonial Secretary - Henry Fenwick, 17 acres under wheat, five acres under maize; estimated yield 100 bushels of wheat, 10 bushels of maize

180466 Fenwick Henry - 15 August 1835 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books, 1833-1836 (Ancestry)
Catherine Connolly assigned to Henry Fenwick. Returned to government being useless in service

89865 Fenwick Henry senior - 1852 15 May Hexham MM
Died on 14th April after a long, severe illness aged 67

82748 Fenwick Mrs. Henry junior - 1851 2 April of Homebush, Hexham MM
Gave birth to a daughter on 29th March at East Maitland