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Item:113234
Surname:Shinkin (Shinkwin)
First Name:William
Ship:-
Date:-
Place:Skellator
Source:The Development of New England
Details:Superintendent for Sir Francis Forbes at Skellator before being appointed Chief constable at Muswellbrook in 1839
Item:30237
Surname:Shinkurn (Shinkwin) (Shinkin)
First Name:William
Ship:-
Date:1839
Place:Muswellbrook
Source:Returns of the Colony - Colonial Secretary
Details:Chief Constable
Item:185268
Surname:Shinkwin
First Name:Chief Constable William
Ship:-
Date:3 April 1840
Place:Muswellbrook Police Office
Source:Criminal Court Records. Muswellbrook Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books 1838 - 1843
Details:Thomas Reid, free by servitude, charged with having a stolen order in his possession. Witnesses Richard Dangar, Chief Constable William Shinkwin, Lockup keeper Roger Kennedy, Ralph George Martin. Thomas Reid committed for trial
Item:113239
Surname:Shinkwin
First Name:Constable William
Ship:-
Date:1834 13 September
Place:Parramatta
Source:SG
Details:John O'Neil appointed constable in the room of William Shinkwin who resigned
Item:162363
Surname:Shinkwin
First Name:William
Ship:-
Date:15 March 1848
Place:New England
Source:SMH
Details:Employed as overseer by Francis Girard at New England
Item:113236
Surname:Shinkwin
First Name:William
Ship:Hooghley 1825
Date:1830 28 August
Place:-
Source:SG
Details:Granted Certificate of Freedom
Item:113237
Surname:Shinkwin
First Name:William
Ship:Hooghley 1825
Date:1830 6 July
Place:Liverpool Barrack
Source:SG
Details:Apprehended after absconding from Liverpool Barracks
Item:113238
Surname:Shinkwin
First Name:William
Ship:Hooghley 1825
Date:1830 13 April
Place:Liverpool Barracks
Source:SG
Details:Age 25. Servant from County of Cork. 5'8", grey eyes, sandy hair, pale freckled complexion. Absconded from Liverpool Barracks
Item:54297
Surname:Shinkwin (Shinkin)
First Name:Chief Constable William
Ship:-
Date:25 February 1841
Place:Muswellbrook
Source:Australasian Chronicle
Details:Took part in the capture of the Jew Boy Gang
Item:55461
Surname:Shinkwin (Shinkin)
First Name:William
Ship:-
Date:1849 23 May
Place:New England
Source:MM
Details:Opening the 'Apsley Inn' at Walcha
Item:112111
Surname:Shinkwin (Shinkin)
First Name:William
Ship:-
Date:1840 13 May
Place:Muswellbrook
Source:GG
Details:Appointed Inspector of Slaughterhouses at Muswellbrook
Item:53787
Surname:Shinkwin (Shinkin)
First Name:William
Ship:Hooghley 1825
Date:1831
Place:Narellan
Source:Application to marry
Details:William Shinkwin per 'Hooghley', application to marry Rose McDonald per Asia
Item:162362
Surname:Sinkwin (?Shinkwin)
First Name:William and Rose
Ship:-
Date:28 August 1831
Place:St. Johns Parramatta
Source:Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
Details:Baptism of Margaret, daughter of William and Rose Sinkwin

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