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Item: 38444
Surname: St. Michael
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1841 11 December
Place: -
Source: HRG
Details: Storeship stationed in the river. Allowed by mismanagement to capsize


 
Item: 38445
Surname: St. Michael
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1841 11 December
Place: Morpeth
Source: HRG
Details: To be sold at Morpeth by auctioneer Mr. Cornelious on 27th December


 
Item: 38683
Surname: St. Michael
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1844 2 March
Place: Morpeth
Source: MM
Details: Sank off Taggarts Reef. Sold by John Wiseman to be floated and used in the coal trade with Newcastle. Still in the river in 1844


 
Item: 63357
Surname: St. Michael
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1826 26 April
Place: -
Source: SG
Details: Belonging wholly to John Cobb who purchased from Captain Beveridge's 1/3 share for 500 pounds. Now offered for sale


 
Item: 76182
Surname: St. Michael
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1821
Place: -
Source: CSI
Details: Prisoners under sentence of transportation to Newcastle arrived in Sydney on


 
Item: 88350
Surname: St. Michael
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1841 13 February
Place: Morepth
Source: FP
Details: To be auctioned. Lying off the town of Morpeth in first rate order, replete with every convenience for conducting the business of a General store. Main deck roofed in and fitted up as a dwelling house. Accommodation - Loft to hold 20tons; main deck 19' x 22' with crane; retail store adjoining; sitting rooms opposite main deck; bedrooms both above and below deck; Lazaret; storage for 200 tons of goods in the hold. Could be moved to any one of the Rivers


 
Item: 88384
Surname: St. Michael
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1841 20 March
Place: Hunter River
Source: FP
Details: F.B. Thurtel lessee of St. Michael storeship. To carry on the business of a general stores as formerly done by Richard Cornelius


 
Item: 182103
Surname: St. Michael
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 27 September 1826
Place: Newcastle
Source: NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details: John Press, in service of Thomas White Melville Winder charged with having in his possession two shirts and one pair of trowsers the property of his master for which he was unable honestly to account....Mr. Alexander Livingstone, states - I am master of the ship St. Michael. The prisoner was on board. There were some bales of slop clothing in the hold to which the prisoner and others had access; one of the bales appeared to have been opened and I suspected some of the contents had been abstracted. I therefore caused all the prisoners I had on board to be searched, when two shirts and a pair of trowsers were found. The bales were shipped on board the St. Michael and their contents are the property of Mr Winder. Chief Constable George Muir, states - I searched several of the prisoners on board the ship St Michael this morning. I found the two shirts now before the court on the person of the prisoner and the trowsers in his bag. He told me he had got them from a settler at the Hawkesbury. The prisoner in his defence states - I found the articles in the hold and secreted them. I admit I did wrong in so doing; I did not take them from the boat. John Press sentenced to 75 lashes


 
Item: 166972
Surname: St. Michael (vessel)
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 31 October 1825
Place: Sydney
Source: SG
Details: The ship St. Michael, Captain Beveridge, arrived in Sydney from Hobart


 
Item: 74113
Surname: St. Michael Store Ship
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1842 25 May
Place: Morpeth
Source: CO
Details: To be sold by the trustee of the estate of J.H. Atkinson, insolvent


 
Item: 43619
Surname: St. Michael Storeship
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1841 18 December
Place: Morpeth
Source: HRG
Details: To be auctioned


 
Item: 98989
Surname: St. Michael storeship
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1830 10 April
Place: Hunter River
Source: SG
Details: Applications to use thrashing mill to be forwarded to Captain Livingstone on board the St. Michael


 
Item: 124616
Surname: St. Michael Storeship
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1841 24 May
Place: Morpeth
Source: SH
Details: Frederick Thurtell, Proprietor of the St. Michael Storeship drowned in the river


 
Item: 162613
Surname: St. Michael storeship
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 7 November 1833
Place: Morpeth
Source: SG
Details: The road from the Saint Michael to Maitland by which the colonists bring all their luggage to and from the steamers and other vessels, is one of the worst in the colony. It is situated on the side of a hill, and really dangerous for persons to travel in any kind of conveyance. but the Government have lately sent an iron gang, who are now making a new road along the side of a large lagoon which will be a very great acquisition to the rising and important town of Maitland'


 
Item: 78397
Surname: Vessel St. Michael
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1826 30 September
Place: Newcastle
Source: Australian
Details: Arrived in Newcastle having lost her sails in a storm but with no damage to the hull


 
Item: 78401
Surname: Vessel St. Michael
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1826 25 October
Place: Newcastle
Source: Australian
Details: Recently purchased by owners of the Lord Liverpool. Moored as a floating store in the harbour of Newcastle



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