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Item: 174098
Surname: Mara
First Name: Constable Richard
Ship: -
Date: 13 March 1897
Place: Newcastle
Source: NMH
Details: A resident of Newcastle unearthed a valuable book relating to early convict days in Newcastle containing original depositions of the cases heard at the Newcastle Police Office in the year 1829 - Richard Mara, a constable, for a breach of the prison regulations in carrying spirits to the gaol was dismissed from the situation. He was seen to place a bottle of rum in his box, and he defied the other constables to take it, threatening to break their skulls if they attempted to do so


 
Item: 65509
Surname: Mara
First Name: Richard
Ship: Minerva 1819
Date: 1828
Place: Newcastle
Source: 1828 Census
Details: Employed as constable at gaol


 
Item: 166977
Surname: Mara
First Name: Richard
Ship: Minerva 1819
Date: 1825
Place: -
Source: Convict Muster
Details: Government servant assigned to Miss Walsh. Employed on Gaggin's farm


 
Item: 178799
Surname: O Mara
First Name: Richard
Ship: Minerva 1819
Date: 2 July 1823
Place: Curryjong
Source: CSI
Details: Stockman to Eliza Walsh of Curryjong. Memorial of Eliza Walsh



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