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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
5791 Loder George - - Singleton -
 
Property known as Abbey Green. Established meat preserving works



5792 Loder George - - Abbey Green -
 
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7490 Loder George - 1843 15 April Pages River MM
 
Steward at Pages River Races held 4 April 1843



16719 Loder George - 1845 10 May Singleton MM
 
Riding at Maitland Races



18716 Loder George - 1845 11 October Patrick Plains MM
 
To petition Parliament to allow grain to be imported to Britain on the same terms as Canada



24356 Loder George - 1846 30 September Singleton MM
 
Subscriber for the Irish Relief Fund



27569 Loder George - 1832 Liverpool Plains Early Days of Port Stephens
 
Station on the Liverpool Plains 'Kewerhindi'



44652 Loder George - 1848 23 August - MM
 
'A respected colonlist of about 56 years standing' Died aged 80



50173 Loder George - 1848 27 December - MM
 
Employed Peter Mahoney and Charles Marsden to take a flock of sheep to Maitland



62959 Loder George - 1828 Patrick Plains 1828 Census
 
Born in the colony. Aged 2 in 1828



79759 Loder George - 1850 6 November Wee Waa MM
 
George Davies absconded from hired service to Loder on 9th Oct., Reward offered for apprehension



83765 Loder George - 1851 4 June Caddie Creek, Windsor MM
 
Marriage of George Loder of Wee Waa to Jane Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Thomas Arndell of Caddie Creek, Windsor on 27th May



89738 Loder George - 1852 28 April Abby Green, Patrick Plains MM
 
Offering reward for return of horse



92078 Loder George - 1863 Singleton Australian Almanac
 
Magistrate



98942 Loder George - 1853 2 April Abbey Green, near Singleton MM
 
Offering reward for apprehension of trespassers



110872 Loder George - 1854 25 January Abbey Green, Singleton MM
 
Purchased cattle from John Watson of West Maitland



110876 Loder George - 1854 28 January Abbey Green, Singleton MM
 
Appointed Magistrate



110983 Loder George - 1854 28 January - MM
 
Professor of Music from Bath England. Left America and supposed to have come to Australia. George Gray attempting to contact



125810 Loder George - 1836 26 October Patrick Plains GG
 
Assigned 1 errand boy from the convict Moffatt on 12 October



131726 Loder George - 1837 30 August Co. Durham, parish of Darlington. GG
 
Claim for Grant of Land. 2000 acres, an order issued by Sir Thomas Brisbane in favor of George Galway Mills, deceased, whose Executors, it is alleged have sold to claimant George Loder




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