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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
179859 Gay (Jay) Henry Thomas - 3 October 1841 Scone Bench of Magistrates - Scone Prisoners confined in Lockup - Ancestry
 
Bond. Admitted to Scone lockup under Warrant on a charge of Absconding. Sentenced to 12 months in an iron gang



10328 Jay Emily - 1844 2 March Newcastle MM
 
2nd daughter of late William Taylor Jay died 24.2.1844 aged 10 years.



107481 Jay Emily - 1844 25 February Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Burials p13
 
Daughter of Mrs. Jay. Died aged 10. Burial date



119269 Jay Henry Thomas Moffatt 1836 1839 3 July Muswellbrook GG 1839
 
Servant boy aged 20 from Bath. Dark ruddy and freckled complexion, dark brown hair, chestnut eyes, small dark mole under left jaw. Absconded from A.A. Wightman since 25 June



173310 Jay Henry Thomas Moffatt 1836 16 November 1843 Newcastle gaol State Archives NSW; Gaol Entrance Book, Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757 (Ancestry)
 
Henry Thomas Jay and Patrick Tobin admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland, sentenced in irons expired. To be forwarded to Hyde Park Barracks.



10460 Jay M.A. - 1841 Newcastle District 1841 Census Index
 
Bolton Street, Newcastle 58



107483 Jay Mr. & Mrs Nancy 1830 1830 18 May Sydney SG
 
Passengers on the 'Nancy' from Hobart



22445 Jay Mrs - 1846 27 June Newcastle MM
 
Taking in boarders at her school



65076 Jay Mrs - 1833 18 April ?Sydney SH
 
Late Governess to Family of Venerable Archdeacon. Esablishing school for instruction of young ladies



67798 Jay Mrs - 1838 7 November Newcastle GG
 
Margaret Barry per 'Surry' apprehended after absconding



137646 Jay Mrs. - 1838 18 September Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
Assigned servant Mary Jackson per 'Henry Wellesley' charged with insolence by Mrs. Jay....Jackson to be returnedto government service at the request of Mrs. Jay



158973 Jay Samuel - 1842 13 June Whittingham Australian Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records
 
Marriage of Samuel Jay and Sarah Ruth Carnel



14295 Jay William Taylor - 1837 Raymond Terrace GRC
 
James Satchwell assigned servant



67724 Jay William Taylor - 1838 24 October Newcastle GG
 
Margaret, Barry per 'Surry' absconded from service since Oct 12



107482 Jay William Taylor - 1837 20 May Raymond Terrace SG
 
Assigned 1 convict labourer and 1 cabinetmaker



109081 Jay William Taylor - 1844 2 March Newcstle MM
 
Death of Emily, second daughter of the late William Taylor Jay at Newcastle



130470 Jay William Taylor - 1837 Raymond Terrace GRC
 
William Rowe per 'Prince George' assigned servant



173825 Jay William Taylor - 4 April 1902 Christ Church Burial Ground, Newcastle NMH
 
Not the least interesting to the older generation of Newcastle folk are five graves which recall some of Newcastles early schools and schoolmasters. Away back in the forties the wife and daughter of Mr. William Taylor Jay kept a school in the old building at the corner of church and Newcomen streets opposite the Anglican Deaner. Among the stones, from which the inscription is fast disappearing is one over the remains of Mr. Jay. The stone bears the date 1840 with the name William Taylor Jay but all else is illegible. Chatting with an old resident about that particular grave, the forgoing facts were elecited and the names of citizens mentioned who in days gone by trained the young idea to shoot.



119820 Joy (Jay?) Samuel Mary Ann 1835 1839 27 November Patrick Plains GG
 
Granted Ticket of Leave




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