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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
21193 Flood James - 1846 28 March - MM
 
Of Floodlands near Maitland. James Bradford to sell Flood's cattle if not released



32592 Flood James - 1836 26 January Maitland SG
 
Granted title deeds to land in Maitland on 4 January 1836



67421 Flood James - 1838 19 September Black Creek GG
 
Attorney for John Flood of Launceston. Claim for deed of grant opposed by Hughes & Hosking who claimed to have purchased from Thomas Hunt



98130 Flood James - 1837 Maitland MM
 
Bridget Donohoe per 'Surry' assigned servant



156139 Flood James - 1830 26 December Maitland Australian Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records
 
Marriage of James Flood and Judith Fogerty



180463 Flood James - 7 August 1835 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books, 1833-1836 (Ancestry)
 
William Hanbridge per Blenheim, prisoner assigned to the General Hospital at Newcastle. Charged with a breach of the Hospital regulations in giving food to a patient in the hospital who ought not to receive any but what is allowed by the surgeon. George Brooks, surgeon testified....the prisoner has been in the hospital a sufficient time to know that committing the offence that is charged against him is a breach of the hospital regulations.......John Sullivan testified....James Flood reported to me that Hanbridge gave him an order to give his dinner to one of the iron gang men. I asked him did he give it to him. He told he did. I said I would report him and Hanbridge to the doctor. The prisoner told me two days before this that I might have my dinner. James Flood testified....The prisoner gave me orders to give his dinner to an iron gang man by the name of Kilbraid. Hanbridge found guilty and sentenced to fifty lashes. Magistrate Thomas Gibson



49712 Flood James Hooghley 1825 1828 Dunmore 1828 Census
 
Labourer aged 27 assigned to Andrew Lang



63967 Flood James Hooghley 1825 1829 1 August Wallis Plains SG
 
Obtained ticket of leave



54294 Flood James James Pattison 1830..... 1830 - AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 674
 
Age 49. Ploughman from Longford. Tried in Naas 29 March 1829 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing. Assigned to Edward C. Close at Wallis Plains on arrival



156138 Flood James and Mary - 1841 1 February Hexham Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
 
Baptism of Edmund, son of James and Mary Flood (born 24 January 1841)



156142 Flood James and Mary - 1842 3 February Hexham Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
 
Baptism of Joseph Stephen, son of James and Mary Flood (twin, born 2 February 1842)



156144 Flood James and Mary - 1842 3 February Hexham Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
 
Baptism of John James, son of James and Mary Flood (twin born 2 February 1842)



156143 Flood John James - 1842 3 February Hexham Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
 
Baptism of John James, son of James and Mary Flood (twin born 2 February 1842)




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