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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
133172 Stubbs Mrs. Thomas - 1853 27 July Lorn Maitland MM
 
From Melbourne. Gave birth to a daughter at the residence of Alexander McDougall on 26th July



31727 Stubbs Thomas - 1828 Paterson Plains 1828 Census
 
Marmaduke Burrows per Grenada employed by Stubbs



32571 Stubbs Thomas - 1836 9 January Singleton SG
 
Purchased 1/4 acre allotment by auction



56105 Stubbs Thomas - 1828 Binders, Patterson's Plains 1828 Census
 
Michael Hickey per 'Minerva' assigned to Thomas Stubbs



58470 Stubbs Thomas - 1835 30 May Maitland SG
 
Title deeds issued for 2 roods of land



63315 Stubbs Thomas - 1828 Binders, Patterson's Plains 1828 Census
 
John McKenzie per 'Medina' house servant at Thomas Stubbs



93942 Stubbs Thomas - 1834 18 June Situated on the W. side of Williams River, parish of Uffington; Co. Durham. Allotment 4; bounded on the North by No. 5 allotment in the possession of John Smith Claim by John Tucker to 100 acres promised by Gov. Brisbane to Thomas Stubbs known as Binder's Farm
 
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114869 Stubbs Thomas - 1831 4 November Paterson's Plains In the Service of the Company: letters of Sir Edward Parry, Commissioner to the Australian Agricultural company: volume 1, December 1829 - June 1832. Letter 515
 
Correspondence from Sir Edward Parry declining to employ Stubbs as there was no vacancy in the Establishment



119576 Stubbs Thomas - 1839 12 October Co. Northumberland. Ellalong GG
 
Claim for Deed of Grant by Charles Robins and Thomas Stubbs. 640 acres promised by Col. Snodgrass 23 Feb., 1838 to John Moore. At Moore's request Deeds advertised in favour of Robins and Stubbs



119929 Stubbs Thomas - 1839 14 December 2 roods. West Maitland GG
 
Promised by Gov. Darling on 30th March 1831 and possession given 30th September as a special reserve for the erection of a dwelling house



125452 Stubbs Thomas - 1832 Patterson Plains GDB
 
Assigned servant Michael Doogan per 'James Pattison' sentenced to 3 years in a penal settlement for riotous and violent conduct and attempting to stab a constable



126489 Stubbs Thomas - 1840 17 June Co. Northumberland, Parish of Maitland, allotment 14 GG
 
Claim for Deed of Grant. 35 acres located on an order of Gov. Darling dated 11 November 1830 in favour of George Kay, now deceased. Hughes claims Deed of Grant of the whole. H.J. Pilcher alleges that Kay sold 10 acres of the land to James Brackenrigg who sold to Thomas Stubbs who sold to him (Pilcher)



165262 Stubbs Thomas - 23 December 1833 Patterson's Plains SH
 
Advertisement - Estate at Patterson's Plains - Estate to be sold, consisting of eighty acres of land, together with the two messuages, barn and hut at Patterson's Plains upon the river, formerly occupied by Thomas Stubbs, Innkeeper and known as 'Binder's Farm'. The estate is bounded on the south by the prpoerties of Tucker and Reynolds, on the north by Mr. Dillon and on the west and east by the lands of the church corporation



183018 Stubbs Thomas - 1830 Pattersons Plains Convict Indents. State Archives NSW. Microfiche 674. (Ancestry)
 
Michael Doogan per ship James Pattison assigned to Thomas Stubbs on arrival



30439 Stubbs Thomas Lonach 1825 5 September 1831 Paterson's Plains SH
 
An excellent punt has been placed on Paterson's River, at the Barracks or Court house, Paterson Plains. It has long been wanted, and will be a great convenience to the settlers on Williams River, crossing the country to Maitland, having formerly been obliged to swim their horses, several of which have been drowned in the attempt. The punt is adapted for receiving carriages and waggons, with their loads. It is worked by a rope, extending from one side to the other. The settlers on both Rivers are indebted to Mr. Stubbs for this convenience



42851 Stubbs Thomas Lonach 1825 1828 Binder, Patterson Plains 1828 Census
 
Innkeeper and farmer. Aged 26. Free



167612 Stubbs Thomas Lonach 1825 1825 - CSI
 
Born in the colony; formerly of 24th regiment; recently returned to the colony. Government passenger arrived per Lonach



159703 Stubbs Thomas and Annie - 1853 14 September West Maitland Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
 
Baptism of Emy Lou Stubbs, daughter of Thomas and Annie Stubbs (born 26 July 1853)



147737 Stubbs W. Thomas - 1823 3 May County of Northumberland, Parish of Belford Index to map of the country bordering upon the River Hunter... by Henry Dangar (London : Joseph Cross, 1828). p7
 
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147738 Stubbs W. Thomas - 1823 3 May County of Northumberland, Parish of Belford Index to map of the country bordering upon the River Hunter... by Henry Dangar (London : Joseph Cross, 1828). p7
 
Granted 1020 acres of land. Annual quit rent 1 5d




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