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Item:27920
Surname:Hawes
First Name:Henry
Ship:-
Date:1822 7 May
Place:County of Northumberland, Parish of Gosforth
Source:Index to map of the country bordering upon the River Hunter... by Henry Dangar (London : Joseph Cross, 1828). p4
Details:2000 acres of land. Annual Quite Rent 2
Item:70396
Surname:Hawes
First Name:Henry
Ship:-
Date:-
Place:-
Source:Dawn in the Valley
Details:Henry Hawes 2000 acre land grant transferred to Thomas White Melville Winder became part of the Windermere estate
Item:94007
Surname:Hawes
First Name:Henry
Ship:-
Date:1831 15 January
Place:Promised by Sir Thomas Brisbane, on 7th May, 1822; Quit-rent, 2 sterling per annum, commencing 1st Jan. 1829
Source:SG
Details:Two thousand acres; commencing at the North East corner of Dillon's 300-acre Farm on the River Hunter, and bounded on the West by a line bearing South by compass 255 chains; on the South, by a line bearing East, 80 chains; on the East, by a line bearing North, 280 chains ; and on the North by a line bearing West, 12 chains 80 links, to the River Hunter, and by that River to the commencing North West corner1829
Item:168851
Surname:Hawse (Hawes)
First Name:Henry
Ship:Mariner 1821
Date:15 December 1821
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Passengers on the Mariner from England via Hobart included Mrs. Reiby and family, Lieut. Thompson, Mr. McLeod, Henry Moore, Henry Davis, Dr. Church, Mr Dun and family, Henry Hawse, Henry Owen, Mrs. Stroud, William Apsey, Alexander Tompsey and Cornelius Dempsey

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