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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
169463 Boardman Thomas - 1827 - State Archives NSW Bound Indents. Microfiche 663
 
William Humpage per Midas assigned to Thomas Boardman on arrival



182198 Boardman Thomas - 30 October 1826 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
 
Robert Young per ship Hindostan, in government service, charged with permitting riotous and disorderly conduct in his house. Chief Constable George Muir states - Yesterday in the morning just as the military were about to assemble to hear divine service, I heard a great noise at Youngs house. After the service was over, Mr. Dun s servant came to me and complained that Johanna Lane had thrown a stone at him. This man has since returned to Pattersons Plains. I went to Youngs house where Johanna Lane resides with her husband - the husband was absent up the river on duty and in his absence I believe the woman cohabited with Young. I found Young and the woman seated beside each other. His face was cut and bleeding. A government man named Samuel O Hare was also in the room and during the time I was there drank a glass of spirits from a decanter on the table. I enquired where the rum came from, Young told me it was part of a half-gallon brought to the house by Thomas Boardman, a settler at Wallis Plains who occasionally lodges with him. He also told me that his face had been cut by a man whom he had prevented forcing his way into the house. About an hour after I was obliged to return to Young s house in consequence of being informed that another disturbance had taken place there - I was accompanied by two constables, but when we arrived at the house all was quiet. In the house were William White and wife and Thomas Boardman (all free person) and Samuel O Hare. Young appeared much in liquor. Robert Young sentenced to be confined at night in the barracks



31152 Boardman Thomas General Hewitt 1814 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
 
Farmer aged 48



147615 Boardman Thomas General Hewitt 1814 1816 31 August - CSI
 
On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per "Lady Nelson" (Reel 6005; 4/3495 p.115)



147617 Boardman Thomas General Hewitt 1814 1823 18 February Hunter and Paterson Rivers CSI
 
On return of land cleared and other improvements made by settlers on Hunter's River and Patterson's River (Fiche 3264; 4/7029E pp.2-3



147618 Boardman Thomas General Hewitt 1814 1824 7 October - CSI
 
Employed William Crisp



166813 Boardman Thomas General Hewitt 1814 31 May 1813 Retribution Hulk UK Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books (Ancestry)
 
Age 28. Tried at Worcester 6 March 1813 and sentenced to transportation for life. Received on to the Retribution hulk on 31st May 1813 and transferred to the General Hewitt for transportation to NSW on 6th August 1813.



167134 Boardman Thomas General Hewitt 1814 19 February 1822 Newcastle Colonial Secretary's Papers. State Records of NSW Special Bundles
 
Marriage of Thomas Boardman arrived per 'General Hewitt' to Jane Davis arrived per Lord Melville



147616 Boardman (Boadman) Thomas - 1822 7 January Newcastle CSI
 
Re permission to marry at Newcastle; listed as Boadman (Reel 6008; 4/3504A p.241)




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