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Item:17127
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Captain Henry
Ship:-
Date:1823
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:3rd Regiment. Commandant at Newcastle
Item:61043
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Captain Henry
Ship:-
Date:1824 30 December
Place:Newcastle
Source:The Australian
Details:Sailed for Newcastle to prepare to proceed to Port Macquarie as Commandant there
Item:63336
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Captain Henry
Ship:-
Date:1826 18 February
Place:Port Macquarie
Source:SG
Details:Requested to be allowed to resign from his position at Port macquarie due to ill health. Appointed Major of Brigade
Item:63466
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Captain Henry
Ship:-
Date:1825 23 June
Place:Port Macquarie
Source:The Australian
Details:Rescued crew of a whale boat which had been upset on the bar
Item:63620
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Captain Henry
Ship:-
Date:1827 6 June
Place:Sydney
Source:The Australian
Details:Sailed on the ship 'Australia' for London with wife and family
Item:64931
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Captain Henry
Ship:-
Date:1832 29 June
Place:-
Source:Australian
Details:Late of the Buffs when in the colony. Now Lieut. Colonel of the 67th.
Item:77001
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Captain Henry
Ship:-
Date:1824
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Dispute with Alexander Shand over the assignment of James Tallent
Item:78042
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Captain Henry
Ship:-
Date:1823 18 December
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Appointed Magistrate
Item:78047
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Captain Henry
Ship:-
Date:1824 14 October
Place:Newcastle
Source:Australian
Details:Captain Gillman to show cause why a criminal information should not be filed against himfor sending a challenge to Vicars Jacob to fight a duel
Item:78055
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Captain Henry
Ship:-
Date:1824 9 December
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Wife gave birth to a son at Newcastle
Item:78082
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Captain Henry
Ship:-
Date:1825 24 July
Place:Newcastle
Source:Australian
Details:Coal procured in 12mths that Captain Gillman commanded exceeded quantity procured in any preceding year. Another coal pit being sunk
Item:102111
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Captain Henry
Ship:-
Date:1826 30 June
Place:Port Macquarie
Source:Colonial Times and Tasmanian Advertiser
Details:Former Commandant at Newcastle. Sent by Gov. Darling to Port Macquarie to investigate the sentence of every prisoner at Port Macquarie and report on every man's case, resulting in hundreds of most useful artisans and valuable servants being returned to Sydney.
Item:167810
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Captain Henry
Ship:-
Date:23 June 1825
Place:Port Macquarie
Source:The Australian
Details:A whale boat was upset yesterday on the bar; as soon as the accident was perceived, Captain Gillman with nobleness and generosity went off to the assistance of the crew; and, after passing through a most tremendous surf, at imminent peril, he succeeded in picking up the whole of them; three were nearly dead; but have since recovered
Item:168923
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Captain Henry
Ship:-
Date:27 March 1833
Place:-
Source:Sydney Monitor
Details:Account of the moral character of Captain Gillman by E.S. Hall in his account of the failings of Governor Darling - While Commandant first at Newcastle then at Port Macquarie though accompanied by his wife (one of the most amiable and accomplished women in the colony) his amours were carried on in open day. One night his wife insisted on opening the window to call for the watch, in consequence of her finding a female concealed in the room. Capt. G. impeded her by threatening to break her arm by shutting the casement on hit; and the lady persisting, he did so and fractured the bone. Dr. Moran set the bone and can testify to the truth of this circumstance. Among other of his seductions was that of two girls very young, and well behaved, the daughters of a prisoner of the Crown, one of thwom complained to her father of violation by Capt. G. The father went up to Captain Gillman and used violent language. He was ordered to the triangles and the scourger had just lifted the scourge to punish the grey haired parent when Serjeant Gilbert Smith a friend of Captain G. ran down and taking him aside implored him to reflect on what he was doing. I was told this by Serjeant Smith himself
Item:176874
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Captain Henry
Ship:-
Date:16 February 1826
Place:-
Source:The Australian
Details:Recalled from commandancy of Port Macquarie and appointed Brigade Major vice Lieut. Colonel Cameron
Item:115771
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Captain Henry
Ship:Arab 1822
Date:1822 29 November
Place:Port Jackson
Source:SG
Details:In command of the military detachment (Buffs) on the convict ship 'Arab' from Portsmouth and Hobart. Accompanied by his wife and family
Item:28123
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Henry
Ship:-
Date:1823
Place:-
Source:Historical Records of Newcastle
Details:Free selector of land in Newcastle/ Hunter Valley
Item:42310
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Henry
Ship:-
Date:1823 10 December
Place:Hunter River
Source:CSI
Details:Appointed to the committee for Christ Church, Kings Town
Item:42314
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Henry
Ship:-
Date:1824 29 May
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Recommended Ricahrd Binder and John Reynolds for land grants
Item:42315
Surname:Gillman
First Name:Henry
Ship:-
Date:1824 20 December
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Recommended Frances Beattie for a land grant

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