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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
99233 Mayo John - 1853 20 April East Maitland MM
 
Granted publican's license for the Hunter River Hotel



100620 Mayo John - 1853 8 June East Maitland MM
 
Fined 5s for allowing his pigs to stray



100687 Mayo John - 1826 May Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle p1
 
Marriage of John Mayo of Newcastle, Prisoner of the Crown and Elizabeth Benson, spinster, prisoner of the Crown



101890 Mayo John - 1842 30 April Est Maitland SG
 
Granted publican's license for the Maitland Wine Vaults



102140 Mayo John - 1840 5 February Raymond Terrace GG 1840
 
Deposit for town allotment forfeited



106977 Mayo John - 1843 22 April Maitland Wine Vaults, East Maitland MM
 
Granted Publican's License



109279 Mayo John - 1837 Maitland GRC
 
Patrick Eagan per 'Backwell' assigned servant



116163 Mayo John - 1837 Maitland GRC
 
Winifred Jones per 'Numa' assigned servant



120920 Mayo John - 1860 24 June Glebe Burial Ground Maitland Burial Records
 
Husband of Elizabeth. Died aged 60



128095 Mayo John - 1836 - 37 Maitland GRC
 
Janet Morrison per 'Earl of Liverpool' assigned servant



131373 Mayo John - 1837 12 April Maitland GG
 
Assigned servant Thomas Masterman per 'Bengal Merchant' apprehended after absconding



131869 Mayo John - 1837 18 October Maitland GG
 
Assigned servant Ann Simpson per 'Princess Royal' absconded from service



134398 Mayo John - 1856 5 January East Maitland MM
 
Marriage of James, third son of John Mayo of East Maitland and Elizabeth, second daughter of the late George Wood on 31st December 1855. Minister Rev. Purves



174089 Mayo John - 13 March 1897 Newcastle NMH
 
A resident of Newcastle unearthed a valuable book relating to early convict days in Newcastle containing original depositions of the cases heard at the Newcastle Police Office in the year 1829. . . John Mayo, Robert Oliver and William Jennings for playing pitch and toss were sentenced as follows - Jennings 25 lashes; Oliver - seven days solitary and Mayo, seven days solitary and to forfeit his watch. This timepiece it was shown had been put in the bank against seven dumps



181375 Mayo John - 5 July 1825 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
Joseph Thorpe and Henry Threlfo both in government service charged with robbery....Mary Ann Stewart states...I was robbed last night of every article of wearing apparel which I possess. I went out in the evening and left my trunk in the care of Thomas Strattles. On my return I found the lock had been forced and everything had gone. I am certain Strattles would not rob me as I am living with him. Amongst other things stolen was the making of a shift which I had cut out, the Gusset and I am positive is part of the shift. Thomas Strattles states Mary Stewart left her box in my charge. Thorpe came into the room...I wanted to go out for a few minutes and asked him to stop whilst I was away. He consented and I left him. The box was then locked and everything safe; on my return Thorpe was gone and the box had been forced and emptied. I gave the alarm to the Chief Constable and told I had no doubt but that Thorpe had committed the robbery. The Chief Constable states...I caused Thorpe to be taken into custody last night by Perrott the Constable. This morning I searched the premises in the occupation of John Mayo who carries on the trade of currier and shoemaker when not employed as a barber which is his government duty, in an apartment of the house in which Henry Threlfo sleeps, who works in the mines, but who is a currier by trade. I discovered a large hole about four feet deep very artfully covered over and there is no doubt but this hole has been many years in existence and used for the sole purpose of secreting stolen property. The house is notorious for a considerable time past for harbouring the worst characters on the settlement. In the hole I found some grains of wheat and maize quite fresh; a young cabbage plant which could not have been out of the ground many hours and the gusset of a shift which Mary Stewart recognises. Isaac Perrott states....I took Thorpe into custody last night, I told him it was for robbing Mary Stewart and advised him to bring the things to light; He told me he knew where they were and would go and get them. I suffered him to go and in about a quarter of an hour he returned and told me he had been asking himself a few questions which had caused him to alter his mind....The prisoners severally deny any knowledge of or participation in the robbery. Sentence: Joseph Thorpe 50 lashes and three years to a penal settlement. Henry Threlfo two years at a penal settlement.



181376 Mayo John - 5 July 1825 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
Commandants Order....It appearing that the Cottage occupied by John Mayo for a considerable time past, being chiefly used as a receptical for stolen property and for harbouring prisoners of the worst description and as such daring robberies as have of late been committed could not have been effected unless these places of receiption for stolen goods were known to be in existence and as there cannot be a doubt but that John Mayo was well acquainted with and encouraged the disorderly conduct which was daily carrying on under his roof, he is forbed in future to exercise or carry on either directly or indirectly any trade whatever; confining himself entirely to his trade as a barber in the service of government. He is further directed to give up possession of the house he at present occupies to the Registered Overseer Mr. Elliot on the 24 September 1825



182267 Mayo John - 29 November 1826 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
 
John Mayo, in government service, charged with disorderly conduct. George Furby (Furber) states - The evening of Monday, Mayo came to my father s house accompanied by another man and called for a gill of spirits which was served; he drank all except about three parts of a glass full which he offered to his companion who refused it upon which he turned round and threw the spirits in my face. I was blind the whole of the evening from the effects of the spirits in my eyes. Edmund Butterworth states - I was present on Monday evening when Mayo threw some spirits in the face of the last witness. I do not think he did it with any intention of hurting him, I did not suppose but that it was done in joke. The prisoner states in his defence - I am in the habit of dealing at Mr. Smiths and his son George has frequently thrown in fury the remains of spirits in glasses on me. I had no intention of doing him any injury and I am sorry for the pain he has suffered; I have been in the watch house two nights on this charge. John Mayo admonished and discharged.



62152 Mayo John Baring 1819 1820 25 November George St. Sydney SG
 
With Jeremiah Simmons and James Tyler sentenced to 14 yrs to Newcastle Settlement for robbing Mary Coppinger in the house of John Croaker



65621 Mayo John Baring 1819 1828 Newcastle 1828 Census
 
Barber aged 26. Free by servitude



70601 Mayo John Baring 1819 1820 Newcastle CSI
 
To be transported to Newcastle for 14 years




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