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Item: 161921
Surname: Horner
First Name: Richard
Ship: -
Date: 4 March 1816
Place: Sydney
Source: Australian Deaths and Burials. Family Search Historical Records
Details: Born 1773. Died 4 March 1816. Buried 6 March 1816 aged 43


 
Item: 17185
Surname: Horner
First Name: Richard
Ship: Coromandel 1804
Date: 21 July 1810
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI (Reel 6066; 4/1804 pp.24, 26, 27)
Details: Asking for a successor to be appointed as his salary was inadequate to his needs


 
Item: 17186
Surname: Horner
First Name: Richard
Ship: Coromandel 1804
Date: 16 March 1811
Place: Newcastle
Source: SG
Details: Resigned from position of surgeon at Newcastle. Replaced by Dr. William Evans


 
Item: 62026
Surname: Horner
First Name: Richard
Ship: Coromandel 1804
Date: 25 April 1803
Place: -
Source: -
Details: Apothecary and Surgeon. Tried at Surry Quarter Sessions 25 April 1803 and sentenced to seven years transportation for false pretences. De Facto relationship with Mary Higgins (per Rolla) and had four children - James, Margaret, Sarah and Mary.Died in 1816


 
Item: 77388
Surname: Horner
First Name: Richard
Ship: Coromandel 1804
Date: 4 April 1810
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSL 6003 4/3490A. P 57.
Details: Employed as acting assistant surgeon at Newcastle at 3/- per day


 
Item: 108495
Surname: Horner
First Name: Richard
Ship: Coromandel 1804
Date: 28 January 1811
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: Mary Terrill (Tyrrell) (per Rolla), prisoner, servant of Mr. Horner


 
Item: 127551
Surname: Horner
First Name: Richard
Ship: Coromandel 1804
Date: 8 June 1811
Place: -
Source: SG
Details: On list of persons having received permission for the Governor to receive Stock from Government herds


 
Item: 161918
Surname: Horner
First Name: Richard
Ship: Coromandel 1804
Date: 28 January 1811
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI (Reel 6066; 4/1804 pp.58, 60-1)
Details: His woman to be sent to Sydney on the Lady Nelson


 
Item: 161922
Surname: Horner
First Name: Richard
Ship: Coromandel 1804
Date: 8 August 1810
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI (Reel 6038; SZ758 p.79)
Details: Appointed Assistant Surgeon at Newcastle


 
Item: 161923
Surname: Horner
First Name: Richard
Ship: Coromandel 1804
Date: 3 October 1810
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI (Reel 6003; 4/3490A p.91)
Details: Sent to Sydney on a frivolous pretext; permitted to select female convict as an assistant


 
Item: 161924
Surname: Horner
First Name: Richard
Ship: Coromandel 1804
Date: March 1811
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI6003 4/3490A p169 - 170
Details: In March convict surgeon Mr. Horner applied officially to Principal surgeon Wentworth to resign his position as assistant surgeon and to quit the settlement. Horner and his family were to be given passage to Sydney on the Estramina . He had permission to bring furniture or timber that he possessed by purchase or fair means. Horner was to be replaced as assistant surgeon at Newcastle by William Evans


 
Item: 161925
Surname: Horner
First Name: Richard
Ship: Coromandel 1804
Date: 16 March 1811
Place: Newcastle
Source: SG
Details: GOVERNMENT HOUSE, Sydney 16 March 1811 His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr. William Evans, Colonial Assistant Surgeon at the Settlement of Newcastle in the room of Mr. Horner, resigned; with a salary of 5/- per day from this date. Mr. Evans will accordingly hold himself in readiness to proceed to his duty in Newcastle by the earliest opportunity that may offer.


 
Item: 161926
Surname: Horner
First Name: Richard
Ship: Coromandel 1804
Date: 1810
Place: Newcastle
Source: -
Details: At the penal settlement at Newcastle Lieutenant Purcell was in conflict with Richard Horner who was employed as acting assistant surgeon at 3/- per diem. Medicines and surgical instruments were to be sent to Mr. Horner by principal Surgeon Mr. Wentworth in late April and later one of the better behaved women of the settlement was to be chosen to assist at the hospital. However Horner was dissatisfied and in July he wrote to Purcell requesting his successor be appointed, giving as his reason that 3/- per day was insufficient to support his family of four but also complaining that he was inconvenienced by his government man being taken for the Kings works. Horner was later to cause even more difficulties for Purcell.


 
Item: 168701
Surname: Horner
First Name: Richard
Ship: Coromandel 1804
Date: -
Place: Woolwich
Source: Uk Prison Hulk Registers (Ancestry)
Details: Age 30. Tried at Surry on 25 April 1803 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for obtaining goods by false pretences. Admitted to the Retribution hulk from Surry on 29th April 1803 and transferred to the convict ship Coromandel for transportation to NSW on 6th October1803



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