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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
46553 Mitchell George Coromandel 1804 1828 Pittamee 1828 Census
 
Thomas Doran per 'Asia', labourer, assigned servant



47839 Mitchell George Coromandel 1804 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
 
Frederick Edwards per 'Asia' labourer, assigned servant



70665 Mitchell George Coromandel 1804 1814 Newcastle CSI
 
On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle



70666 Mitchell George Coromandel 1804 1818 Newcastle CSI
 
Constable at Newcastle. Petition for mitigation of sentence



70667 Mitchell George Coromandel 1804 1821 Newcastle CSI
 
Servant Richard Beardsley punished at Newcastle



70669 Mitchell George Coromandel 1804 1823 Wallis Plains CSI
 
Settler at Wallis Plains



103907 Mitchell George Coromandel 1804 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
Born c 1770 England. Spouse Maria White. For more information about descendants see Pioneer Register Entry No. 988



105031 Mitchell George Coromandel 1804 1825 28 April Newcastle SG
 
Tender for wheat deliverable at Newcastle accepted by govt. 100 bushels at 10s per bushell



105036 Mitchell George Coromandel 1804 1825 28 April Newcastle SG
 
Tender for maize deliverable at Newcastle accepted by govt., 400 bushells at 5/- per bushell



129669 Mitchell George Coromandel 1804 1823 Hunter River. Township No 19 AO NSW Fiche No. 3264.
 
Improvements to land included a frame and wattle built barn; a wattle and plaster cottage and pig yard



147608 Mitchell George Coromandel 1804 1825 County of Northumberland Parish of Morpeth Index to map of the country bordering upon the River Hunter... by Henry Dangar (London : Joseph Cross, 1828). p3
 
Granted 116 acres. Annual Quit rent £ 14 10s



162601 Mitchell George Coromandel 1804 28 March 1803 England Ancestry. Prison Hulk Registers
 
George Mitchell aged 24 tried at Horsham 28 March 1803 and sentenced to transportation to NSW for life for CR? UK, Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books, 1802-1849 - This collection consists of registers and letter books of prisoners on convict prison hulks in England between 1802-1849. A hulk is a decommissioned ship that is either technologically out of date or cannot make it through the open sea without taking on water, but is still able to float without problems. There were many of these ships available when engines started to power ships instead of sails, so the hulks were moored in harbors and used as floating prisons or for other purposes. The hulks’ place in harbors also made it easier to hold and transport convicts being sent to Australia. The first prison hulks in England appeared after a 1776 act allowed them to be used to house prisoners.



48785 Mitchell George Coromandel 1804 (?) 1850 20 February East Maitland BR
 
Farmer. Died aged 80 Buried in Glebe Cemetery



104652 Mitchell George and Maria Coromandel 1804 Baptism 1826 November From Wallis Plains Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle . Baptisms p.2
 
Baptism of John, son of George and Maria Mitchell (Farmer)



152424 Mitchell George and Maria Coromandel 1804; Friends 1811 1832 12 January Maitland Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
 
Birth of William Goldingham Mitchell, son of George and Maria Mitchell



65687 Mitchell George, Maria, James, John Coromandel 1804 1828 Pittance, Wallis Plains 1828 Census
 
George Mitchell, Conditional Pardon holder age 33; wife Maria age 38 Free by servitude arrived per 'Friends'; Son James age 7 born in the colony; son George age 4, born in the colony; son John age 2, born in the colony. 160 acres cleared; 70 horned cattle.




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