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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
42792 Hunt (Morgan) Mary (Molly) - 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
Thomas Stapleton per 'Three Bees' employed by Mary Hunt

40931 Hunt (Morgan) Mary (Molly) - 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
Robert Wilson per 'Surry' employed by Mary Hunt

48569 Hunt (Morgan) Mary (Molly) - 1835 26 June (Burial) East Maitland BR
Wife of Joseph. Died aged 79. Buried in Glebe Cemetery

49170 Hunt (Morgan) Mary (Molly) - 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
James Featherstone per 'Neptune', dairyman, employed by Mary Hunt

49664 Hunt (Morgan) Mary (Molly) - 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
Hugh Finnigan per 'Countess of Harcourt' employed as stockman

51215 Hunt (Morgan) Mary (Molly) - 1844 7 December Maitland MM
1 acre of land and the Settlers Arms Inn, part of the grant of Mary Hunt to be sold

53560 Hunt (Morgan) Mary (Molly) - 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
Edward Halton per 'Guildford' employed as groom

62284 Hunt (Morgan) Mary (Molly) - 1823 18 February - CSI
On return of land cleared and other improvements made by settlers on HR

62799 Hunt (Morgan) Mary (Molly) - 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
Isaac Lancaster per 'Baring' employed as labourer by Mary Hunt

62905 Hunt (Morgan) Mary (Molly) - 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
Elizabeth Lesurf per 'Wanstead' inmate with Mary Hunt

68336 Hunt (Morgan) Mary (Molly) - 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
James Richardson per 'Fortune' assigned servant

81489 Hunt (Morgan) Mary (Molly) - 1851 22 January Maitland MM
James Wolfe charged William Nicholson under the Tenements Act. Case of disputed property. Land in dispute originally part of a grant to Mary Hunt

111657 Hunt (Morgan) Mary (Molly) - 1835 22 April Maitland NGE
Maria Burns per 'Caroline' assigned servant

180966 Hunt (Morgan) Mary (Molly) - 20 July 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
Thomas Hunt (off the stores to his wife Mary Hunt) Charged with quitting Newcastle in disobedience to the Commandants orders. The Principal Superintendent states....I communicated to Mary Hunt on her return from Sydney that it was the Commandants order that she was on no account to take Thomas Hunt away from this settlement. I also communicated the same to him but in the course of last week, I missed him and reported accordingly....Edward Gaynor states....I was ordered in pursuit of Thomas Hunt. I went to Wallis Plains and found him at his wife s farm. Thomas Hunt states....I am sorry for disobeying the Commandants Order - I was anxious to get to my wife... Thomas Hunt recalled to Government Employment for one month

40406 Hunt (Morgan) Mrs. Mary (Molly) - 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
Charles Satchwell per 'Indefatigable' employed by Mary Hunt

66200 Hunt (Morgan) (Mears) Mary (Molly) - 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
Michael Parker aged 8 residing with Mary Hunt in 1828

57356 Hunt (Morgan) (Mears) Mary (Molly) Experiment 1804 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
Aged 60 in 1828. Free. Cattle holder and farmer

70025 Mears (Morgan) Mary (Molly) Experiment 1804 1814 29 April - CSI
On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per 'Endeavour'

61350 Meers ( Mears) (nee Morgan) Mary (Molly) - 1814 26 March - SG
Sentenced to 7 yrs hard labour in Newcastle for receiving a stolen cow knowing it to have been stolen

167954 Morgan Mary (Molly) Neptune 1790 9 November 1794 Sydney Cove An account of the English colony in New South Wales: with remarks ..., Volume 1 By David Collins
On the morning of the 9th the ships Resolution and' Salamander left the cove, purposing to sail on their fishing voyage; soon after which, it being discovered that three convicts Mary Morgan and John Randall and his wife, were missing, at boat was sent down the harbour to search the Resolution, on board of which ship it was- said they were concealed. No person being found, the boat returned for further orders, leaving a serjeant and four men on board; but before she could return, Mr. Locke the master, after forcing the party out of his ship, got under way and stood out to sea. Mr. Irish, the master of the Salamander, did not accompany him ; but came up to the town, to testify to, the lieutenant-governor his uneasiness at its being supposed that he could be- capable of taking- any person, improperly from the colony. ' On the day following it appeared. that several persons were missing, and two convicts in the night swam oft' .to the Salamander, one of whom was supposed to have been drowned, but was afterwards found concealed in her hold and sent on shore. The Resolution during this time was seen hovering about the coast,. either waiting for her companion, or to pick up a boat with the runaways

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