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Item:28104
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:1823
Place:-
Source:Historical Records of Newcastle
Details:Free selector of land in Newcastle/ Hunter Valley
Item:49417
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:1824 7 May
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:William Holden per 'Ocean' re-assigned from Shand to W.B. Wilkinson
Item:60053
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:1823 8 February
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Joseph Swales assigned servant
Item:67176
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:1838 11 July
Place:County of Durham
Source:GG
Details:2000 acres granted to Shand by Gov. Brisbane 28 Jan 1823. Estate of H.W. Radford applying for deed of grant. Shand was either deceased or had left the colony
Item:76997
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:1822
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Passenger to Newcastle per 'Minerva'
Item:76998
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:1823
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Settler at Newcastle. Permitted to proceed to Newcastle
Item:76999
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:1824
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Dispute with Captain Gillman over the assignment of James Tallent
Item:77002
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:1824
Place:Hunter River
Source:CSI
Details:S.L. Harris complaining that Shand was cutting cedar on his farm and govt. land
Item:77004
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:1824
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:On return of Newcastle town allotments
Item:78051
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:1824 14 October
Place:Newcastle
Source:Australian
Details:Threatened Captain Gillman
Item:122488
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:1842 18 November
Place:Allotment 68 at Newcastle
Source:GG
Details:Claim for Deed of Grant. 22 perches located on an order of Sir Thomas Brisbane dated 21st August 1823 in favour of Alexander Shand (deceased). Leslie Duguid making claim for Deed on behalf of creditors
Item:129368
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:1823 16 August
Place:Newcastle
Source:Archives Office of NSW. Colonial Secretary: Misc records (4/4570D)pp1-88
Details:William Hudson per 'Shipley' assigned servant
Item:129640
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:1823 18 July
Place:Newcastle
Source:Archives Office of NSW. Colonial Secretary: Misc records (4/4570D)pp1-88
Details:John Middleton per 'Surry' assigned servant
Item:129642
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:1823 16 August
Place:Newcastle
Source:Archives Office of NSW. Colonial Secretary: Misc records (4/4570D)pp1-88
Details:Michael McCabe per 'Lord Sidmouth' assigned servant
Item:147991
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:1823 28 January
Place:County of Durham, Parish of Sedgefield
Source:Index to map of the country bordering upon the River Hunter... by Henry Dangar (London : Joseph Cross, 1828). p16
Details:Granted 2000 acres of land. Annual Quit Rent 15
Item:160517
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:1822 13 July
Place:Hobart
Source:Hobart Town Gazette
Details:Leaving the colony by the brig Deveron, Requests for claims to be presented
Item:168834
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:6 May 1824
Place:Eldersly, Hunter River
Source:SG
Details:Leaving the colony at the earliest opportunity
Item:178274
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:25 August 1823
Place:Newcastle district
Source:Colonial Secretarys Correspondence
Details:Six convict servants to be victualled from the Stores at Newcastle - James Jackson, Joseph Swailes, James Tallent, William Hudson Thomas? and Henry Smith
Item:180806
Surname:Shand
First Name:Alexander
Ship:-
Date:10 February 1824
Place:Newcastle
Source:NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
Details:John Browne per Morley, assigned servant to Alexander Shand charged with insolence to his master and refusing to work....James Reid, a free settler states....I was present when the prisoner refused to go to his work. He made us of the most abusive and insulting language to Mr. Shand and on being ordered to the boat to proceed to Newcastle he refused. His conduct throughout was violent and insubordinate in the extreme. Dr. Radford states...I was present and witnessed the whole of the conduct of the prisoner as related by Mr. Reid..Prisoner admits having refused to work. States in his defence .....I had a task assigned me to perform within a given time. I accomplished it in a less time. My Master wanted me to go to work before the time of the task as expired which I refused. Sentenced to hard labour in the mines until further orders.

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