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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
169462 Humpage William Midas 1827 - - State Archives NSW Bound Indents. Microfiche 663
 
Age 37. Native place Staffordshire. Married with 3 children. Gunlock forger sentenced to transportation for life for shop lifting. Assigned to Thomas Boardman at Hunter River on arrival.



71425 Page Private William - 1809 12 August Newcastle CSI
 
Evidence in case of Private Thomas Finnigan. Re return to Newcastle of



6394 Page William - 1843 11 February West Maitland MM
 
Member of a Committee for election of Major Wentworth to represent Northumberland in the Legislative Council



6841 Page William - 1843 11 March - MM
 
Committee member for the election of Major Wentworth to represent Northumberland in the Legislative Council.



7368 Page William - 1843 8 April - MM
 
Supporter for the election of Major Wentworth to the Legislative Council



10479 Page William - 1841 Newcastle District 1841 Census Index
 
Watt Street, Newcastle 55



11951 Page William - 1844 22 June Newcastle MM
 
Publican's licence granted for Miners Arms hotel, Hunter St.



12006 Page William - 1844 29 June Iron Bark Creek MM
 
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12787 Page William - 1844 14 September Iron Bark Hill MM
 
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15295 Page William - 1845 15 March Newcastle MM
 
Transferred licence of 'Miners Arms' to James Farquharson



18550 Page William - 1845 20 September Newcastle MM
 
Jess Hannell took over Page's job as poundkeeper



19019 Page William - 1845 8 November Newcastle MM
 
Expressing regret that Peter Grant's seat in Legislative Council declared vacant



26497 Page William - 1847 16 January Newcastle MM
 
Present at public meeting to discuss arrangements for the reception of the Governor Sir Charles Fitzroy



33124 Page William - 1847 21 July West Maitland MM
 
Before the Bench on suspicion of stealing a gold watch



33206 Page William - 1847 28 July Rutherford MM
 
Employed by Mr. Wright



33208 Page William - 1847 28 July Rutherford MM
 
Committed for trial for stealing a gold watch from Mrs. Bowen



35570 Page William - 1847 22 September Maitland MM
 
Box containing clothing belonging to Page stolen



35959 Page William - 1847 6 October Maitland MM
 
To be tried at Maitland Quarter Sessions for stealing a watch



36107 Page William - 1847 13 October Lochinvar MM
 
Sentenced to 3 mths in Newcastle gaol with hard labour for stealing a watch belonging to William Bowen



49325 Page William - 1848 15 November Newcastle MM
 
Miners Arms Inn to be sold




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