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Item:140480
Surname:Borthwick (Pilcher)
First Name:Anne
Ship:-
Date:1865 4 December
Place:-
Source:SMH
Details:Marriage of H.J. Pilcher Esq., to Anne, relict of the late John Borthwick Esq., on 1st December 1865
Item:150497
Surname:Bradley (Pilcher)
First Name:Eliza
Ship:-
Date:1871 22 December
Place:Bathurst
Source:Australian Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records
Details:Marriage of Charles Edward Pilcher (b. 1844 in Maitland, son of Henry Pilcher and Eliza Bradley) and Maria McPhillamy (b. 1852 in Bathurst, daughter of Maria Dargin)
Item:55205
Surname:Duguid v. Pilcher
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1843 23 September
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Sheriff's sale
Item:56279
Surname:Nind v. Pilcher
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1844 9 March
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Sheriff's sale. Office furniture, law books etc + interest in 12 acres of land part of Oakhampton estate
Item:6550
Surname:Pilcher
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1843 18 February
Place:West Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Subscription for building St. John the Baptists Church.
Item:16565
Surname:Pilcher
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1845 19 April
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Judge for farm produce at H.R. Agricultural Sociey Show
Item:52903
Surname:Pilcher
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1841 1 February
Place:Dungog
Source:SH / An Organsied Banditti, p69
Details:Farm near Wallarobba Hill
Item:53239
Surname:Pilcher
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1845 7 June
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Received medal for best almonds at Hunter River Agricultural Society Show
Item:59611
Surname:Pilcher
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1839 13 August
Place:West Maitland
Source:The Australian
Details:Present at a meeting at the Rose Inn to discuss establishing a Bank at West Maitland
Item:64408
Surname:Pilcher
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1830 3 September
Place:-
Source:Australian
Details:Admitted a practitioner of the Supreme court.
Item:64409
Surname:Pilcher
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1830 3 September
Place:Hunter River
Source:Australian
Details:Had spent considerable capital in travelling through France in become acquainted with the culture of vines and winemaking. To plant on a large scale at HR
Item:91009
Surname:Pilcher
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1831 29 January
Place:Maitland
Source:NGE
Details:Ann Storrett per 'Princess Royal' assigned servant
Item:93162
Surname:Pilcher
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1831 5 March
Place:Newcastle
Source:NGE
Details:Susan Scarborough per 'Roslin Castle' assigned servant
Item:95034
Surname:Pilcher
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1831 1 June
Place:-
Source:NGE
Details:William Sutcliffe per 'Minstrel' assigned servant
Item:104247
Surname:Pilcher
First Name:-
Ship:-
Date:1830 8 May
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Arrived in the colony with the intention of cultivating the grape and making wine on an extensive scale
Item:150362
Surname:Pilcher
First Name:Anne
Ship:-
Date:1874 31 January
Place:St. James Church, Sydney
Source:MM
Details:Marriage of Richard Lennon Murray, licensed surveyor of Inverell, to Anne, relict of the late Henry Incledon Pilcher, formerly manager of the Bank of Australasia at Maitland
Item:150495
Surname:Pilcher
First Name:Charles Edward
Ship:-
Date:1871 22 December
Place:Bathurst
Source:Australian Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records
Details:Marriage of Charles Edward Pilcher (b. 1844 in Maitland, son of Henry Pilcher and Eliza Bradley) and Maria McPhillamy (b. 1852 in Bathurst, daughter of Maria Dargin)
Item:159212
Surname:Pilcher
First Name:Charles Edward
Ship:-
Date:1844 17 May
Place:West Maitland
Source:Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
Details:Baptism of Charles Edward, son of Eliza and Henry Incledon Pilcher (born 20 April 1844)
Item:183736
Surname:Pilcher
First Name:Charles Edward
Ship:-
Date:1844 - 1916
Place:Maitland
Source:Biographical Register of the New South Wales Parliament 1856-1901 C.N. Connolly (Online)
Details:Charles Edward Pilcher - Barrister. B. 20 April 1844 W. Maitland, NSW, s. Henry Incledon, solicitor, and Eliza; m. 22 Dec. 1871 Maria, d. John McPhillamy); 2s.2d. D. 22 Dec. 1916 Lewisham, NSW. C. of E. Ed. W. Maitland High School, The Kings School, Parramatta, and Univ. of Syd. (BA 1865). Articled to (Sir) Joseph Abbott (q.v.), then to G.D.V. Pilcher; read with (Sir) Frederick Darley (q.v.); admitted to Bar 1867; KC 1902. Trustee National Art Gallery. Comr Melb. Centennial Exhibition 1888. Royal Comr on Interference in Post Office Mail 1889, Statute Law Consolidation 1896; pres. Royal Com. on charges against MLAs 1889. Member Union Club. Editor of Common Law Procedure Acts 1853 and 1857, 1881. MLA for W. Macquarie 4 Jan. 1875-23 Nov. 1882. MLC 24 March 1891-22 Dec. 1916
Item:32791
Surname:Pilcher
First Name:Eliza
Ship:-
Date:1847 14 July
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:William Cooper found not guilty of stealing a grindstone belonging to Pilcher

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