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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
126367 Hamilton (?Hannell) John - 1840 27 May Newcastle GG
 
Assigned servant Mary Risley per 'Buffalo' absconded from service



5000 Hannell - - 1841 18 December Newcastle HRG
 
Chief constable



11948 Hannell - - 1844 22 June Newcastle MM
 
Steward at Subscription Ball



18087 Hannell - - 1845 26 July Hexham MM
 
Boat 'Bee' entered in Hexham Regatta



38504 Hannell - - 1842 8 January Newcastle HRG
 
Jury member at the inquest into the death of George Kenniwell



38699 Hannell - - 1842 5 March Newcastle HRG
 
Summoned for breach of Licensing Act



59439 Hannell - - 1849 22 December Hexham MM
 
Hexham Christmas races to be held on Hanell's race course



96303 Hannell - - 1850 1 January - MM
 
Wheatsheaf Inn owned by Mr. Hannell burned down.



12827 Hannell Albert David - 1844 14 September Newcastle MM
 
Infant son of Jesse Hannell died 7.9.44



13075 Hannell Albert David - 1844 19 May Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms p. 12
 
Baptism of Albert David, son of Jesse and Emmeline Hannell



107498 Hannell Albert David - 1844 9 September Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Burials p14
 
Albert David, infant son of Jesse and Emmeline died aged 4mths 3 weeks. Burial date



13080 Hannell Charles - 1855 - -
 
Son and Jesse and Emmeline



144460 Hannell Charles - 1856 18 January Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms p. 58
 
Son of Jesse and Emmeline Hannell. Baptism



5934 Hannell Chief Constable - 1841 18 December Newcastle HRG
 
Captured two aborigines who had been offending townspeople in Newcastle



11178 Hannell Chief Constable - 1844 6 April Newcastle MM
 
Arrested cattle thieves Hicklin and Lunn



13064 Hannell Chief Constable - 1844 12 October Newcastle MM
 
Called to Court to answer why property was not sent to Court in the Froghart and Gardiner case



123132 Hannell Chief Constable Jesse - 1843 3 October Newcastle GG
 
Appointed Inspector of Distilleries



88909 Hannell Clarence - 1852 10 March Newcastle MM
 
Witness in trial Darby v. Reid



161753 Hannell Clarence - 17 October 1876 Newcastle SMH
 
NEWCASTLE. Monday. A fearful storm of thunder and lightning occurred this evening, between 5 and 6 o'clock. The residence of Mr. Clarence Hannell, shipping master, was struck, .which parted the gable ornaments, which were carried away; his son, about 15 years of age, was struck by the electric fluid, which paralysed his arm' for some time. The storm lasted half-an hour, causing some alarm.



161756 Hannell Clarence - 18 May 1909 Newcastle Clarence and Richmond Examiner
 
The value of the late Mr Clarence Hannell's estate has been sworn at 26,778. Deceased was one of the oldest natives of Newcastle, and was for many years Shipping Master.




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