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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
70225 McHugh (McNamara) Ann Wanstead 1814 1822 28 May Newcastle CSI
 
Wife of Dennis McHugh. Permitted to proceed to Newcastle per Elizabeth Henrietta, listed as Mrs. McCue



101333 McHugh (McNamara) Ann Wanstead 1814 1824 25 October - CSI
 
Prostitute; sentenced to the Factory for 3mths



10474 McNamara Ann - 1841 Newcastle District 1841 Census Index
 
Hunter Street, Newcastle 8



107629 McNamara Ann - 1850 10 May Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral Newcastle. Burials p21
 
Widow. Died aged 64. Burial date



139746 McNamara Ann - 1862 17 April Union Inn, Burke St. Singleton MM
 
Granted Publican's License



69498 McNamara Ann Palambam 1831 1832 28 November Oswald, Hunter River 1832 GG
 
Needlewoman assigned to William Harper



129936 McNamara Ann Palambam 1831 1831 - AO NSW Principal Superintendent of convicts. Indents. Fiche No. 698
 
Nurse girl age 13 from Sligo. Sentencedto 7 years transportation for man robbery. Tried Cavan 21st July 1830



143455 McNamara Anne - 1866 27 September Union Inn, Burke St. Singleton MM
 
Granted permission to have music and dancing in her licensed house until 31st December 1866



82536 McNamara Annie - 1851 15 March - MM
 
Infant of Rose and Patrick McNamara



136708 McNamara (Reilly) Ann Winfred - 1862 11 November - MM
 
Marriage of Phillip Reilly late of Raglan, Firey Creek Vic., and Ann Winfred, third daughter of the late Mr. McNamara of Mount Rivers, Upper Paterson on 5th November 1862. Minister Rev. Dean Lynch



133855 Slattery (McNamara) Mary Ann - - Glendon Brook Singleton Pioneer Register p. 59
 
Born c 1863 at Elderslie, daughter of Patrick Slattery and Catherine Hogan. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants




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