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Item:67515
Surname:Honey
First Name:Constable James
Ship:-
Date:1838 26 September
Place:Maitland
Source:GG
Details:Appointed constable vice Henry James resigned
Item:117540
Surname:Honey
First Name:Constable James
Ship:-
Date:1839 23 March
Place:Maitland
Source:GG 1839
Details:Dismissed from position of constable. Replaced by George Roe
Item:17378
Surname:Honey
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:1845 12 July
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Unclaimed letter in Sydney Post Office
Item:38122
Surname:Honey
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:1848 26 January
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Fined 5 or 1mth in Newcastle gaol for drunkenness and exposing his person in the street
Item:181468
Surname:Honey
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:20 September 1825
Place:Newcastle
Source:NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
Details:James Honey in service to government charged with theft. James Crofts, keeper of the gaol states.... I was told that Mrs. Davis had just had her pocket picked of a pair of shoes. I saw Honey running, I suspected him to be the thief. I called to him to stop but he ran on. I followed him. I saw a pair of shoes under his arm. I saw him throw them into a pig sty. I took him in custody and lodged him the watch house. The shoes were picked up in the sty and brought to me. John Kelly states - I known the shoes - they were mine. I gave them to Mrs. Davis a day or two ago. James Honey sentenced to 14 days solitary confinement on bread and water and 3 months in the gaol gang
Item:181515
Surname:Honey
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:31 October 1825
Place:Newcastle
Source:NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
Details:James Honey in the service of government charged with stealing from a fellow prisoner in Church. Charles Hilliard states...I was at Church yesterday. Honey was next to me. When I went to Church I had two dumps and 3 pence coppers amongst which were two farthings. I had also some lint for dressing my leg. During the service I heard some money rattle as if falling into Honeys pocket. It gave me a suspicion that it was mine and on searching for my money it was gone; a constable was behind me. I whispered to him my loss and my suspicion of the thief. The lint was picked up at Honeys feet. He was taken into custody by the constable. After the service was over I recollected that I had hid my money in the waist band of my trousers and on examination I found it there. I have it now about me. (Produced dumps and pennies but no farthings). Charles Merriott, constable, states - In consequence of the communication made to me by Hilliard yesterday, I took the first opportunity that offered without disturbing the congregation to take Honey out of the church. I had previously picked up at his feet some lint and dressing. I searched Honey out of doors and found on his person two dumps and three pence among which were two farthings. Hilliard mentioned the two farthings to me most particularly when he told me he had been robbed. Hilliard pressed me very anxiously not to give evidence against Honey. Hilliard persists in stating that he had made a mistake in charging Honey with the theft but could not give any satisfactory explanation relating to the farthings. James Honey sentenced to 50 lashes and 3 years to a penal settlement. In consequence of the gross prevarication of Charles Hilliard, thereby attempting to screen a thief from punishment, he is sentenced to receive 50 lashes
Item:62227
Surname:Honey
First Name:James
Ship:Guildford 1822
Date:1824 11 September
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Assigned from Lieut. Hicks, to Peter Sinclair listed as John Honey
Item:66960
Surname:Honey
First Name:James
Ship:Guildford 1822
Date:1838 30 May
Place:Maitland
Source:GG
Details:Obtained ticket of leave
Item:106190
Surname:Honey
First Name:James
Ship:Guildford 1822
Date:1839 October
Place:Newcastle
Source:Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Marriages p.5
Details:Marriage of James Honey aged 34 of Maitland and Ellen Smith aged 24. Witness Jane Connolly
Item:167937
Surname:Honey
First Name:James
Ship:Guildford 1822
Date:February 1825
Place:Newcastle
Source:State Records NSW. Colonial Secretary's Correpondence. Special Bundles, 1794-1825. Series 898
Details:Assigned to Peter Sinclair. Sentenced by the Bench at Wallis Plains to 50 lashes for running away
Item:169527
Surname:Honey
First Name:James
Ship:Guildford 1822
Date:27 January 1848
Place:Newcastle gaol
Source:Gaol Description and Entrance Books. State Archives NSW; Item: 2/2009; Roll: 757 (Ancestry)
Details:Native place London. Occupation labourer. Admitted to Newcastle gaol under sentence of 1 month hard labour
Item:170717
Surname:Honey
First Name:James
Ship:Guildford 1822
Date:1825
Place:Newcastle
Source:Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 19
Details:Assigned to government service at Newcastle
Item:115362
Surname:Hunney (Honey)
First Name:James
Ship:Guildford 1822
Date:1837
Place:Newcastle
Source:GRC
Details:Aged 31. Assigned to the gaol at Newcastle
Item:177602
Surname:Hunney (Honey)
First Name:James
Ship:Guildford 1822
Date:3 June 1836
Place:Newcastle gaol
Source:Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 136
Details:Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Newcastle. Sentenced to 7 days in the cells for over staying his pass
Item:131054
Surname:Mahoney
First Name:Constable James
Ship:-
Date:1837 21 June
Place:Invermein
Source:GG
Details:John Camfield and William Whealan appointed Constables, the former from 29th March and the latter from 19th April in the room of John Davis, resigned and James Mahoney dismissed
Item:18419
Surname:Mahoney
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:1845 13 September
Place:Raymond Terrace
Source:MM
Details:Unclaimed letter held in the Sydney Post Office
Item:20637
Surname:Mahoney
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:1846 14 March
Place:Clarence River
Source:MM
Details:Unclaimed letter held in the Sydney Post Office
Item:22749
Surname:Mahoney
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:1846 18 July
Place:Clarence River
Source:MM
Details:Unclaimed letter in the General Post Office, Sydney
Item:30708
Surname:Mahoney
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:1847 12 May
Place:Annadale
Source:MM
Details:Unclaimed letter held in Sydney Post Office
Item:49508
Surname:Mahoney
First Name:James
Ship:'Scout' from Hobart
Date:1846 4 November
Place:Wellingrove, New England
Source:MM
Details:Absconded from the hired service of George Polhill. Reward offered

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