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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
73099 Pike Isaac - 1850 13 March Morpeth MM
Cautioning public not to give credit to his wife Mary Pike nee MacDonald.

116588 Pike Isaac - 1854 1 April Maitland MM
Charged Moses Murphy with maliciously killing a fowl. Case dismissed

167356 Pike Isaac - 31 May 1879 Morpeth Register of Coroners' Inquests
Accidentally killed

167357 Pike Isaac - 25 March 1820 Lancaster The Lancaster Gazette
Lancaster Assizes. Moses Roberts age 19 and Isaac Pike age 19 for burglarly in the house of Isaac Brown at Liverpool. Roberts acquitted. Pike found guilty and sentenced to death

167358 Pike Isaac - 6 October 1859 Morpeth MM
Isaac Pike was brought up before the bench at Morpeth for protection. Constable Stout deposed that on Thursday night he met the prisoner n Swan St Morpeth without hat and boots on; he had a rope round his neck, and said he was going to hang himself; witness then took him in custody for protection. the bench called upon defendant to give sureties for his good behaviour or to be imprisoned for a week for medical treatment

167359 Pike Isaac - 31 May 1879 Morpeth MM
Shocking Fatal accident. We learned last evening that an old man named Isaac Pike was killed on the Morpeth road yesterday afternoon by a dray passing over his neck. The dray was said to be heavily laden at the time. We have been unable to obtain full particulars of the accident in time for this issue. An inquest to be held by T.W. Pearse, Coroner

167360 Pike Isaac - 4 June 1879 Morpeth Queanbeyan Age
Isaac Pike aged 83 and a resident of Morpeth for 40 years, was killed by a heavily laden dray passing over him. The wheel almost severed the head from the body

167361 Pike Isaac - 4 June 1879 Morpeth The Singleton Argus
Inquest held at the Crown and Anchor Hotel on the body of an old man named Isaac Pike who was killed on the Morpeth Road. The unfortunate man who was very deaf, was in the habit of traversing the road of an afternoon for the purpose of picking up coal that had fallen from the coal teams. Mr. F. Carey carrier, left the A.S.N. Co wharf with about two tons and a half of iron in his dray, about three oclock and passed Pike on the road. He was then some distance away. There were three horses in the dray and Mr. Carey walked near the middle horse as it was a young animal. Carey next observed the old man near the second horse and called out to him, but he did not seem to hear. Defendant was knocked down by the first horse, the middle horse then making a plunge, and it was found that the wheel of the dray had passed over the deceased's head. The dray and contents weighted about 3 tons

100994 Pike Isaac Hebe 1820 1835 25 July - SG
Ticket of leave cancelled for circulating a false report to the injury of a gentleman's character

163586 Pike Isaac Hebe 1820 19 March 1842 Singleton Application to Marry
Isaac Pike aged 42, arrived per Hebe, application to marry Mary McDonald aged 29 (free emigrant). Granted

167353 Pike Isaac Hebe 1820 1824/25 Richmond CSI
On lists of Crown servants mustered in the employ of Archibald Bell; in 1823-24 at Richmond

167354 Pike Isaac Hebe 1820 1822 Richmond 1822 Muster
Employed at the Richmond Punt

167355 Pike Isaac Hebe 1820 30 Jun 1831 Windsor Tickets of Leave. State Records of NSW
Tried at Lancaster Assizes on 20 March 1820. Sentenced to transportation for life. Granted a ticket of leave for Windsor