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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
5114 Furber George - 1843 14 January - MM
 
Member of committee to aid in the election of Major Wentworth as a legislative member.



6348 Furber George - 1843 11 February West Maitland MM
 
Member of a Committee for election of Major Wentworth to represent Northumberland in the Legislative Council. Committee to canvas electors.



6799 Furber George - 1843 11 March - MM
 
Committee member for the election of Major Wentworth to represent Northumberland in the Legislative Council.



7307 Furber George - 1843 8 April - MM
 
Supporter for the election of Major Wentworth to the Legislative Council



7892 Furber George - 1843 13 May West Maitland MM
 
Paid rent on house since 21.5.1840 at 30 per annum. Rented from Mr. Stark



11009 Furber George - 1844 16 March Maitland MM
 
Owner of bullock team in the first ploughing match organised by the Hunter River Agricultural Society. Competitor Benjamin Atkins.



11911 Furber George - 1837 - -
 
Married Hanorah Curtain 1837



11913 Furber George - 1842 - -
 
Son born to George and Hanorah 1842



11914 Furber George - 1843 - -
 
Infant son of George and Hanorah died 1843.



11915 Furber George - 1855 22 December Tenana Creek MM
 
Murdered by blacks on 5 December aged 44 years in the Wide Bay area, Son-in-law Joseph Welmshurst also murdered.



17099 Furber George - 1837 Maitland GRC
 
Robert Rochester assigned servant



20179 Furber George - 1837 Maitland GRC
 
William Allman assigned servant



30119 Furber George - 1835 17 January - SG
 
Won contract for the conveyance of Mail between Greenhills and Maitland



31939 Furber George - 1832 19 March Newcastle SMH
 
Married Mary Ann Muir on 29 February 1832



36592 Furber George - 1847 10 November Wide Bay MM
 
Moved to the Mary River to erect a store. Attacked by natives and received a blow to the head with an axe and a waddy



38452 Furber George - 1841 18 December Maitland HRG
 
Secretary of Maitland Lodge of Unity



38653 Furber George - 1842 1 January Maitland HRG
 
Appeared as witness for Robert Rochester after Rochester was accused of robbing John Ewing. Case dismissed



42608 Furber George - 1838 17 February Maitland SG
 
Sentence of death recorded against Richard Foster and Thomas Connor after they stole, gin, rum and tobacco from Furber's house



48434 Furber George - 1843 1 March East Maitland BR
 
Son of a farmer. Died aged 18mths. Buried in Glebe Cemetery



48435 Furber George - 1836 21 October East Maitland BR
 
Son of innkeeper. Died aged 2mths. Buried in Glebe Cemetery




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