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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
175882 Hungerford Captain Emanuel - February 1831 Maitland Convict Indent. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4016]; Microfiche: 678
 
Michael Jennings per Edward assigned to Captain Hungerford on arrival



7637 Hungerford Emanuel - 1837 Maitland GRC
 
John Hancock, John Heneham, Richard Houghton, George Jeffere, John Valentine, Thomas Moor assigned servants



9588 Hungerford Emanuel - 1843 4 November Liverpool Plains MM
 
Obtained licence to depasture stock at Liverpool Plains



11256 Hungerford Emanuel - 1844 13 April Maitland MM
 
Retiring from office in the Maitland District Council



13877 Hungerford Emanuel - 1835 6 January Maitland SG
 
Present at meeting at Albion Inn to discuss new Church site



15275 Hungerford Emanuel - 1845 15 March - MM
 
Three horses belonging to Hungerford stolen by Henry Thompson



18519 Hungerford Emanuel - 1845 20 September - MM
 
To petition Parliament to allow grain to be imported to Britain on the same terms as Canada



20926 Hungerford Emanuel - 1833 9 February Hunter river SG
 
Obadiah Davis pleaded guilty to robbing Hungerford



21731 Hungerford Emanuel - 1846 25 April - MM
 
Gave subscription for testimonial for Dr. Leichhardt



22964 Hungerford Emanuel - 1837 Maitland GRC
 
James Barry assigned servant



23760 Hungerford Emanuel - 1834 29 March Maitland SG
 
Assigned a convict stable boy and a woodcutter in January 1834



28436 Hungerford Emanuel - 1836 16 December Hunter River SM
 
Assigned servant Henry Smith absconded from service



29739 Hungerford Emanuel - 1834 4 October Maitland MM
 
Signed letter thanking Captain Anley for his work as Police Magistrate



29967 Hungerford Emanuel - 1834 11 November - SG
 
Gave subscription for a new Church at Maitland



31204 Hungerford Emanuel - 1828 Lochdon, Wallis Plains 1828 Census
 
Richard Boyle schoolmaster



31659 Hungerford Emanuel - 1828 Lochdon, Wallis Plains 1828 Census
 
Ellen Bryon per Alexander Henry employed as servant



32684 Hungerford Emanuel - 1828 Lochdon, Wallis Plains 1828 Census
 
Employed John Calahan as labourer



32940 Hungerford Emanuel - 1828 Lochdon, Wallis Plains 1828 Census
 
James Carr per Mangles assigned servant



34404 Hungerford Emanuel - 1847 25 August Maitland MM
 
Made donation towards building a Presbyterian Church and School House



35055 Hungerford Emanuel - 1836 3 May - SG
 
Offering reward for horse lost from 'Burramurra Creek'. Goulburn River




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