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Item:167724
Surname:Macgillerray (McGillivray)
First Name:James Lachlan
Ship:Deveron 1822
Date:22 June 1822
Place:Hobart
Source:Hobart Town Gazette
Details:Cabin Passengers on the Deveron from England included - Edward Payne, Mrs. Payne, Mr and Mrs. Butcher and 5 children; Mr. and Mrs. Dean and family; Mr. Alexander Shand; Mr. Macgillerray; Mr. Dodsworth; Mr. Allerdyce, Mr. Barnes, surgeon of the vessel.
Item:167713
Surname:MacGillivray (McGillivray)
First Name:J.L
Ship:-
Date:27 April 1836
Place:Molonglo, County of Murray
Source:Sydney Monitor
Details:J.L. MacGillivray announces to the inhabitants of Molonglo district that he is on his way with an extensive assortment of merchandise, carefully selected to suit the wants of settlers and tradesmen and will open a store forthwith at the farm house recently occupied by Mr. Eyres
Item:123988
Surname:MacGillivray (McGillivray)
First Name:James Lachlan
Ship:-
Date:1858 9 January
Place:Ryde
Source:SMH
Details:Death of Arminella, second daughter of James Lachlan Macgillivray of Raymond Terrace on 17th December 1857 aged 19
Item:167721
Surname:MacGillivray (McGillivray)
First Name:James Lachlan
Ship:-
Date:31 July 1830
Place:Sydney
Source:Family Search.
Details:Marriage of James Lachlan MacGillivray to Jane Bradley. Australia, Marriages, 1810-1980." Index. FamilySearch. https://familysearch.org : accessed 2012
Item:93911
Surname:MacGillvoray (McGillivray)
First Name:James Lachlan
Ship:-
Date:1834 28 May
Place:Situated at Wallis Plains. Bounded on W. by land of Henry Radford;
Source:GG 1834
Details:Emanuel Hungerford - Claim for grant of land. 2000 acres promised to James Lacklan MacGillvoray
Item:147652
Surname:McGillivary (McGillivray)
First Name:T.L. (James Lachlan?)
Ship:-
Date:1825 15 June
Place:County of Northumberland, Parish of Heddon
Source:Index to map of the country bordering upon the River Hunter... by Henry Dangar (London : Joseph Cross, 1828). p4
Details:Granted 1100 acres of land. Annual Quit rent £8 5s
Item:147654
Surname:McGillivary (McGillivray)
First Name:T.L. (James Lachlan?)
Ship:-
Date:1823 21 November
Place:County of Northumberland, Parish of Gosforth
Source:Index to map of the country bordering upon the River Hunter... by Henry Dangar (London : Joseph Cross, 1828). p4
Details:Granted 900 acres of land. Annual quit rent£ 6 15s
Item:105032
Surname:McGillivray
First Name:J.L
Ship:-
Date:1825 28 April
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Tender for maize deliverable at Newcastle accepted by govt., 50 bushels at 5/6- per bushell
Item:28086
Surname:McGillivray
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:1823
Place:-
Source:Historical Records of Newcastle
Details:Free selector of land in Newcastle/ Hunter Valley
Item:39683
Surname:McGillivray
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:1824 14 April
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Assigned servant William Edmonds to be victualled from the Stores at Newcastle for 6mths
Item:71002
Surname:McGillivray
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:1824
Place:-
Source:CSI
Details:Robert Newnham per 'Guildford' assigned servant
Item:71799
Surname:McGillivray
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:1824
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Robert Ramsey per 'Ocean' assigned servant
Item:101010
Surname:McGillivray
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:1837 16 September
Place:King Street Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Sale of 24 perches of land fronting King Street advertised for sale. Granted by Sir Thomas Brisbane in 1823 to J.L. McGillivray. Bounded on land granted to Messrs Lilly, Forbes, McIntyre and Spare
Item:167719
Surname:McGillivray
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:8 February 1823
Place:Newcastle
Source:Colonial Secretary's correspondence. Copies of letters sent within the colony
Details:Granted permission to proceed to Newcastle on the Mariner. Other settlers travelling to Newcastle on this day - Alexander Shand, John Cheers, John Hickey, George Brown, Alexander Dickson
Item:167720
Surname:McGillivray
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:April 1825
Place:Newcastle
Source:NSW Government. Special Bundles, 1794-1825. Series 898, Fiche 3260-3312. State Records Authority of NSW. Kingswood, NSW
Details:Assigned servant James Lane per 'Agamemnon' sentenced to 50 lashes for neglect of work and insolence to his master
Item:167722
Surname:McGillivray
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:1828
Place:Sydney
Source:Blue Books
Details:Clerk in the Principal Superintendent of Convicts Office. State Records Authority of New South Wales; Kingswood, New South Wales, Australia; Returns of the Colony ('BlueBooks'), 1822-1857; Collection Number: Series 1286; Publication Year: 1828
Item:181617
Surname:McGillivray
First Name:James
Ship:-
Date:17 January 1826
Place:Newcastle
Source:NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
Details:Robert Newman per Guildford, in the service of James McGillivray, charged with absconding from his master s service at Wallis Plains and proceeding overland to Sydney from whence he was sent by the principal overseer of convicts to be dealt with accordingly. The prisoner states his reason for running from his master s service was that he did not like the situation and that he wanted to get to Sydney. Robert Newman sentenced to 50 lashes.
Item:167723
Surname:McGillivray
First Name:James and Jane
Ship:-
Date:-
Place:-
Source:NSW BDM
Details:Children included Lachlan b. 1833; Margaret b. 1835;Arminella b. 1837; Arminella . 1840; William J. b. 1847; Miriam b. 1853
Item:27942
Surname:McGillivray
First Name:James Lachlan
Ship:-
Date:1823
Place:Lochdon
Source:-
Details:Early land owner Hunter River
Item:167715
Surname:McGillivray
First Name:James Lachlan
Ship:-
Date:1838
Place:Sydney
Source:Blue Books
Details:Extra Clerk, Audit Office. State Records Authority of New South Wales; Kingswood, New South Wales, Australia; Returns of the Colony ('BlueBooks'), 1822-1857; Collection Number: Series 1286; Publication Year: 1838.

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