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Item:4490
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1842 19 March
Place:Maitland
Source:HRG
Details:J.P. and Chairman of Church group. Magistrate
Item:7232
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1843 8 April
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Settler. Insolvent
Item:7466
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1843 15 April
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Grapes stolen by Jeremiah Byrne who spent six months in gaol
Item:7956
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1843 20 May
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Member of committee to support Mr. Foster for election to the Legislative Council
Item:9407
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1843 14 October
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Axletree stolen by James Pickle
Item:12010
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1844 29 June
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:'Aberglassyn' occupied by Hobler. To be let or sold.
Item:18931
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1845 1 November
Place:-
Source:MM
Details:Insolvency proceedings
Item:27841
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1837
Place:Maitland
Source:GRD
Details:William Bleakley assigned servant
Item:41085
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1848 3 May
Place:Paika, Lower Darling district
Source:MM
Details:Appointed Magistrate
Item:43684
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1842 26 February
Place:Newcastle
Source:HRG
Details:Magistrate in Court case Strode v. Campbell. Called rude and overbearing by Stode in article in Hunter River Gazette
Item:44532
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1840 4 July
Place:-
Source:The Australian
Details:Maitland Steam Navigation Co. provisional Director
Item:54656
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1843 17 June
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Settler. Insolvency proceedings. Allowed to keep wearing apparel and household furniture
Item:63765
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1840 3 June
Place:West Maitland
Source:Commercial Journal and Advertiser
Details:Present at Hunter's River Auction Company meeting of Directors
Item:63849
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1839 25 December
Place:Maitland
Source:Commercial Journal and Advertiser
Details:Appointed Magistrate
Item:74364
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1843 1 March
Place:-
Source:CO
Details:Fight amongst the aborigines from the Glendon and Sugarloaf tribes on an island in river opposite his residence
Item:74427
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1843 31 May
Place:Maitland
Source:CO
Details:Supplies of blankets usually sent from Sydney to Maitland district not supplied in the usual number
Item:112160
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1837
Place:Maitland
Source:GRC
Details:Thomas Hadfield per 'Nimrod' assigned servant
Item:113207
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1836
Place:Maitland to Namoi
Source:The Development of New England. p11
Details:First settled at Aberglasslyn, Maitland. In 1836 rode with his wife's relative Edward Turner to the Namoi and decided to locate a cattle station at Wee Waa
Item:113210
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1836 18 June
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:George Hobler, Mrs. Hobler and 6 children together with prisoner of the Crown Thomas Hadfield, passengers on the 'Nimrod' from Launceston to Sydney
Item:113214
Surname:Hobler
First Name:George
Ship:-
Date:1838 8 May
Place:Maitland
Source:SG
Details:James Fletcher, Henry Price and Joseph Fogg found guilty of burglariously entering a building at the house of George Hobler at Maitland and stealing a bag of sugar and tea. Remanded

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