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Item: 123883
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1858 10 May
Place: St. Pauls Church Paterson
Source: SMH
Details: Marriage of Frederick Holkham Dangar third son of Henry Dangar of Grantham, Darlinghurst and Eliza, second daughter of J.C. Phelps of Gostwyck, Paterson, on 15th April. Officiating minister Rev. F.W. Addams


 
Item: 129632
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1822 24 September
Place: Newcastle district
Source: Archives Office of NSW. Colonial Secretary: Misc records (4/4570D)pp1-88
Details: Patrick Mulligan per 'Isabella' assigned servant


 
Item: 132438
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1861 21 March
Place: Grantham, Potts Point
Source: SMH
Details: Death of Henry Dangar Esq., on 2nd March 1861 age 65 years


 
Item: 132899
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1856 5 January
Place: -
Source: SMH
Details: On List of Electors of the Counties of Northumberland and Hunter supporting Alexander Walker Scott as a candidate in the approaching general election


 
Item: 133528
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1837
Place: Neotsfield
Source: GRC
Details: Denis Smith per 'Calcutta' assigned servant


 
Item: 137443
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1837
Place: Invermein
Source: GRC
Details: Joseph Welsh per 'Lady McNaughten' assigned servant


 
Item: 140386
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1832
Place: Liverpool Plains
Source: The Contribution of the Hunter Valley to the Development of New England, Armidale and District Historical Society 1975
Details: Assistant Surveyor George Boyle White working for the Crown with Henry Dangar for the A.A. Co, traced the ranges bordering the Company's newly surveyed lands at Liverpool Plains


 
Item: 147769
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 121 6 September
Place: County of Northumberland, Parish of Wittingham
Source: Index to map of the country bordering upon the River Hunter... by Henry Dangar (London : Joseph Cross, 1828). p7
Details: Granted to 700 acres of land. Annual quit rent 14s


 
Item: 148141
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1825 13 March
Place: County of Roxburgh, Parish of Roxburgh
Source: Index to map of the country bordering upon the River Hunter... by Henry Dangar (London : Joseph Cross, 1828). p23
Details: Granted 1300 acres of land. Annual Quit rent 9/15/0


 
Item: 163713
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 18 December 1833
Place: Hunter River
Source: Settler and Convict Lists 1787-1834. Ancestry
Details: Thomas Bond Walker per 'Lloyds' assigned servant


 
Item: 163885
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 26 August 1833
Place: Neotsfield
Source: Settler and Convict Lists 1787-1834. Ancestry
Details: Robert Alexander per 'Captain Cook' assigned servant


 
Item: 163939
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 26 August
Place: Neotsfield, Hunter River
Source: Settler and Convict Lists 1787-1834. Ancestry
Details: John Clark per 'Captain Cook' assigned servant


 
Item: 167031
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 31 May 1823
Place: Patrick Plains
Source: Correspondence - Colonel Morisset to Colonial Secretary - Colonial Secretary's Papers
Details: David Jones per 'Lord Sidmouth' assisting surveyor Henry Dangar beyond Patrick Plains


 
Item: 171036
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 15 November 1838
Place: Hunter River
Source: State Records Online Shipping List
Details: Mary Lesslie, free emigrant, dressmaker, engaged for employment by Henry Dangar on arrival. http://srwww.records.nsw.gov.au/ebook/list.asp?Page=NRS5313/4_4780/St%20George_15%20Nov%201838/4_478000068.jpg&No=5


 
Item: 174337
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1855
Place: Freehold - Address Cottage Bridge
Source: NMH
Details: On a list of electors in the police district of Newcastle who had the right to vote for elections in the county of Northumberland in 1855. Printed in the Newcastle Morning Herald 11 October 1911


 
Item: 175975
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1 January 1826
Place: Sydney to Newcastle
Source: The Present state of Australia: A Description of the Country,etc and the manners, customs and condition of its aboriginal inhabitants ...Robert Dawson
Details: Robert Dawson, Mr Harrington, John Armstrong and Henry Dangar took their passage from Sydney to Newcastle on the Lord Liverpool for the purpose of travelling to Port Stephens to examine the country in that area


 
Item: 176651
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1824
Place: Newcastle district
Source: Newcastle (Hunter River) Population Book, 1824 - Ancestry
Details: John David per Sir William Bensley assigned to Henry Dangar s surveying party


 
Item: 178376
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 3 July 1850
Place: Gwydir district
Source: Maitland Mercury
Details: DANGAR v. DAISEY.-On Thursday last this case came on for hearing, in Nisi Prius sittings of the Supreme Court, Sydney, before Mr. Justice Therry and a special jury of four. Mr. Foster and Mr. Fisher appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Darvall and Mr. Dowling for the defendant. The action was one of trespass brought to re- cover damages for trespasses committed to the plaintiffs station, known as the Myall Creek station, in the Gwydir district. The defendant had pleaded to the declaration not guilty, and that the station in question was not the plaintiffs. The case submitted for the plaintiff was briefly this. In 1837 his then overseer, Hobbs, searching for a cattle station, found and occupied the Myall Creek station, and from that day to this time the plaintiff had continuously occupied the station ; the eastern boundary of the station was a prominent range, and the portion of the station near this range, called the Gum-tree Flats, the locality from whence some of the tributaries of the Myall Creek took their rise, was the most valuable part of the station ; and the plaintiff maintained that his cattle had fed on this part, as well as on the rest of the station, from the time he first occupied ; when he first went there were few people in that neighbourhood, but two years after Mr. Borthwick formed a station, called Auburn Vale, on the other side of this range, and although it was possible that Mr. Borthwicks cattle might have occasionally strayed over to Gum-tree Flats, yet the plaintiff continued in undisturbed possession and occupation till 1846 ; in that year Mr. Borthwick placed a flock of sheep there, but the plaintiff having remonstrated, they were removed; in August, 1848, the defendant, who had married Mr. Borthwicks daughter, came and occupied Gum-tree Flats, with his family ; he built a house there, made cultivation paddocks, and took in cattle to graze over the land, on terms ; he thus remained on the Flats fifteen months, when he left.


 
Item: 179380
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 29 June 1840
Place: -
Source: Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 136
Details: Ann Broe per Margaret assigned to Henry Dangar


 
Item: 180864
Surname: Dangar
First Name: Henry
Ship: -
Date: 30 March 1830
Place: Newcastle
Source: NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
Details: John Lee per Grenada, Thomas Kent per Prince of Orange, David Jones per Eliza, George Wright per Batavia, all in attendance on the assistant surveyor up the river. All four were charged with refusing to obey the orders of the Assistant Surveyor when called on by him to attend him on duty. Charge was stated by Mr. Henry Dangar, assistant surveyor. All four men were sentenced to hard labour in the mine for one month



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