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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
6124 Forbes Captain - 1838 13 October Patrick Plains R v. Holden - SC
 
Police Magistrate of Patrick Plains who took statement from Thomas Holden who was accused of murdering his wife



29676 Forbes Captain - 1834 16 August Patrick Plains SG
 
Assigned a convict watchmaker and an errand boy



34977 Forbes Captain - 1836 9 April Patrick Plains SG
 
Present at meeting of Patrick Plains Turf Club



40114 Forbes Captain - 1836 2 July Patrick Plains SG
 
Steward at Patrick Plains Races



64452 Forbes Captain - 1830 22 October - Australian
 
39th Regiment. Appointed Magistrate



64929 Forbes Captain - 1832 1 June - Australian
 
Returned to HQ by the Sophia Jane Steamer tattered and torn after his expedition into the interior. Mounted Police



65114 Forbes Captain - 1834 7 February - Australian
 
Mounted Police. Claimed reward for capture of the murderer of Mr. Clements. (said to be John Donohoe)



78573 Forbes Captain - 1830 15 January Newcastle Australian
 
39th Regiment. With Lieutenant Colonel Lindesay visiting Newcastle



131101 Forbes Captain - 1837 31 May Patrick Plains GG
 
Resigned from position of Police Magistrate. Replaced by Charles Wray Finch



17567 Forbes Captain Charles - - Patrick Plains -
 
Police Magistrate



93322 Forbes Captain Charles - 1834 15 January Patrick Plains GG 1834
 
Of the 17th Regiment. Appointed Magistrate at Patrick Plains



78079 Forbes Captain Duncan - 1825 30 June - Australian
 
Previously master of the 'Minerva'. Captain of the Nereid wrecked 10 miles north of Newcastle



147676 Forbes Captain Duncan - 1831 11 July - SH
 
Sailed in the Mary Ann over 18 months previously for Torres Straits to collect portions of the wrecks Swiftsure and Mermaid. At the time of the Amity going through the Straits 9 months ago, Captain Forbes was distressed for water and under necessity of going ashore. No word had been heard from since




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