Free Settler or Felon?
   Home   Convict Ships Index
Search Button

1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  Next  >>
Item:173941
Surname:Black Diamond Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:18 September 1937
Place:Newcastle
Source:NMH
Details:Where the Civic Block is was the Black Diamond Hotel - that well known hostelry, which was opened by Mr. Robert Hackworthy who gave it that name. On the upper floor of the hotel was an entertainment hall. There lodge meetings and many convivial gatherings took place
Item:173937
Surname:Cottage Creek Bridge (Hotel)
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:12 July 1859
Place:Newcastle
Source:MM
Details:An old Established business to be let - The Railway Hotel near the Cottage Bridge, Newcastle. The house contains ten rooms in addition to the bar, kitchen, wash house, and store. It has a large yard with stabling and an excellent well of water. It is in very good repair; is situated in an increasing neighbourhood and is now in full trade etc
Item:85452
Surname:Croft's Commercial Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1851 30 August
Place:Newcastle
Source:MM
Details:Joseph Croft late of Clarence town. Taking up 'Croft's Commercial Hotel' in Newcastle.
Item:126236
Surname:Estall's Victoria Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1842 18 June
Place:Paterson
Source:SH
Details:Notice by Henry Brabason mentioning Estall's Hotel at Paterson
Item:73736
Surname:Farquharson's Hotel
First Name:(James)
Ship:-
Date:1850 20 April
Place:Watt St. Newcastle
Source:MM
Details:Previously known as the Victoria hotel. Advertisement to lease. Drawing, sitting and bedrooms. Magnificent ballroom where Sir Charles Fitzroy was once entertained
Item:167728
Surname:Farrier's Arms (hotel)
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:18 April 1849
Place:East Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Charles Whittaker granted license for the Farrier's Arms
Item:65424
Surname:Freemasons Arms Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1836 12 August
Place:West Maitland
Source:Australian
Details:Premises lately known as the Freemasons Arms offered for sale
Item:124580
Surname:Grove's Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1842 20 July
Place:Newcastle
Source:SH
Details:A Corporal of the 99th regiment killed in a fight with native youths at Grove's hotel
Item:43681
Surname:Hinton Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1842 26 February
Place:Hinton
Source:HRG
Details:Description of property
Item:15952
Surname:Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1845 12 April
Place:East Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Bailey's public house
Item:20578
Surname:Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1846 14 March
Place:Hinton
Source:MM
Details:Mrs. James
Item:23931
Surname:Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1846 19 September
Place:Singleton
Source:MM
Details:Innkeeper John Lumley robbed by Smith and Rideout
Item:27400
Surname:Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1830 19 May
Place:Newcastle
Source:Early Days of Port Stephens
Details:Hillier's Inn near the wharf described by Sir E. Parry as clean and neat
Item:30460
Surname:Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1845 22 February
Place:Rutherford
Source:MM
Details:Robert Wright. Inn at Rutherford
Item:30463
Surname:Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:-
Place:Singleton
Source:-
Details:John Heuston, Innkeeper
Item:30466
Surname:Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1845 22 March
Place:Lochinvar
Source:MM
Details:Ferguson
Item:30472
Surname:Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:-
Place:-
Source:-
Details:Chivers. Inn robbed by the Jew Boy Gang
Item:30478
Surname:Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:-
Place:Newcastle
Source:-
Details:Hugh McMillan innkeeper
Item:30495
Surname:Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1845 19 April
Place:Muswellbrook
Source:MM
Details:Mr. Thornton, innkeeper died
Item:30496
Surname:Hotel
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1822
Place:Newcastle
Source:-
Details:Patrick Riley of George Street building an Inn

1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20  21  Next  >>