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Item:64307
Surname:Fox
First Name:Constable John
Ship:-
Date:1839 20 September
Place:Merton
Source:Newcastle gaol entrance books 1839 no 909
Details:John Wilson and Francis Knight committed for trial for the murder of Constable John Fox
Item:117381
Surname:Fox
First Name:Constable John
Ship:-
Date:1839 6 February
Place:Cassilis
Source:GG 1839
Details:Appointed constable vice John Greenfield who was discharged
Item:125789
Surname:Fox
First Name:Constable John
Ship:-
Date:1836 26 October
Place:Merton
Source:GG
Details:Ticket of leave holder. Appointed ordinary constable 11th October
Item:185029
Surname:Fox
First Name:Constable John
Ship:-
Date:30 May 1839
Place:Muswellbrook
Source:Criminal Court Records. Muswellbrook Court of Petty Sessions, Letter Books, 1838-1851. p.19. Ancestry
Details:Correspondence from Edward Denny Day to the Colonial Secretary informing him of the death of Constable Fox at Cream of Tartar Creek near Gammon Plains by bushranger John Hobson, otherwise known as opposum jack. Bayliss who was assisting in pursuit of the bushrangers Hobson, KNight and Wilson was shot but survived

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