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Item: 112993
Surname: Hanley
First Name: Arthur
Ship: Captain Cook 1836
Date: 1837
Place: Merton
Source: GRC
Details: Aged 33. Assigned to J.O. Clunie


 
Item: 102468
Surname: Hanratty (Henratty?)
First Name: Arthur
Ship: -
Date: 1841 24 April
Place: Clarencetown
Source: SG
Details: Purchased town allotment 2 roods


 
Item: 20008
Surname: Hanratty (Henratty?)
First Name: Arthur and Ellen
Ship: -
Date: 1846 17 January
Place: Singleton
Source: MM
Details: William Nowland found guilty of stealing from Arthur and Ellen Hanratty


 
Item: 89799
Surname: Hargin
First Name: Arthur
Ship: Hashemy 1849
Date: 1852 8 May
Place: Morpeth
Source: MM
Details: Ticket of leave holder charged with breaking into the house of Emma Hayman and sentenced to 2yrs imprisonment under the Vagrant Act. Had been about to leave for the gold fields


 
Item: 48515
Surname: Hennessy
First Name: Arthur
Ship: Eliza 1827
Date: 1832 20 November
Place: East Maitland
Source: BR
Details: Ticket of leave holder. Died aged 21. Buried in Glebe Cemetery


 
Item: 124718
Surname: Henratty (Hanratty)
First Name: Arthur
Ship: -
Date: 1842 4 March
Place: Maitland Circuit Court
Source: SH
Details: Arthur Henratty, James Cox, Richard Cox and Barney McCudden, all free by servitude committed for trial for cattle stealing


 
Item: 184881
Surname: Henratty (Hanratty)
First Name: Arthur
Ship: Mangles 1828
Date: 3 March 1842
Place: Newcastle gaol
Source: Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book - State Archives NSW; Roll: 757
Details: Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Paterson. Sent for trial on a charge of cattle stealing


 
Item: 128307
Surname: Henratty (Hanratty)
First Name: Arthur and Elizabeth
Ship: -
Date: 1856 16 May
Place: Maitland Quarter Sessions
Source: SMH
Details: Found guilty of stealing a cart belonging to George Jell at Sydney. Indicted for stealing a horse belonging to Timothy Hoy at Liverpool and a mare belonging to John Stapelford at Maitland. Cases not gone into.. Female prisoner said she was not the wife of Arthur Henratty which statement he contradicted. Remanded for sentence


 
Item: 4463
Surname: Henrietty
First Name: Arthur
Ship: -
Date: 1842 12 March
Place: Paterson
Source: HRG
Details: Accused of killing & taking away a cow belonging to Thomas Holms. Not guilty.


 
Item: 4471
Surname: Henrietty
First Name: Arthur
Ship: -
Date: 1842 12 March
Place: -
Source: HRG
Details: Convicted of stealing. Sentenced 14 years transportation.


 
Item: 55154
Surname: Hentig
First Name: Arthur Mills
Ship: -
Date: 1843 23 September
Place: -
Source: MM
Details: Robbed by John Quigley. Identified stolen coat and trousers found in John Mees possession as his property


 
Item: 74520
Surname: Hentig
First Name: Arthur Mills
Ship: -
Date: 1843 27 September
Place: Maitland
Source: CO
Details: Timothy Collins and John Mee found guilty of receiving clothing stolen from Hentig


 
Item: 141802
Surname: Henwood
First Name: Arthur
Ship: -
Date: 1867
Place: Brookfield, Co. Durham
Source: Baillier's Post Office Directory p.59
Details: Labourer


 
Item: 36656
Surname: Hodgson
First Name: Arthur
Ship: -
Date: 1847 20 November
Place: -
Source: MM
Details: Of Darling Downs. Son Edward died aged 3 years


 
Item: 86532
Surname: Hodgson
First Name: Arthur
Ship: -
Date: 1851 29 October
Place: Darling Downs
Source: MM
Details: On list printed in the Gazette for New Commission of the Peace


 
Item: 137100
Surname: Hodgson
First Name: Arthur
Ship: -
Date: 1857 26 May
Place: Newcastle (Other mines in the area included Old Rows, Happy Flat, The Borehole and Pit-Town
Source: MM
Details: Superintendent of the A.A. company. Turned to first sod from the ground under which a new coal pit was to be sunk on the A.A. Company property near Newcastle. Known as No. 1 Pit. Robert Whytte employed as manager of the pit


 
Item: 185039
Surname: Hodgson
First Name: Arthur
Ship: Royal George 1839
Date: -
Place: -
Source: Wikipedia
Details: In 1839 Hodgson moved to Australia, arriving in Sydney, and soon leased Cashiobury run in the New England district. In July 1840, he sought new land further north in the Moreton Bay district (as it was then known, now called Queensland) based on advice from Patrick Leslie. With a partner, Gilbert Eliott, and his brother, Christopher Pemberton Hodgson, Arthur Hodgson took up Eton Vale, the second pastoral run on the Darling Downs in September 1840. In the 1846 publication, Reminiscences of Australia with Hints on the Squatters Life, Hodgson s brother describes the conflict involved in the taking of land ownership from Aboriginal Australians. They named this property Etonvale after Eton College, the illustrious school they both attended in England In 1856–61 he became general superintendent of the Australian Agricultural Company


 
Item: 161293
Surname: Hodgson
First Name: Arthur and Eliza
Ship: -
Date: 16 February 1848
Place: Houghton
Source: Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
Details: Baptism of Arthur Henry, son of Arthur and Eliza Hodgson (born 16 May 1847)


 
Item: 161292
Surname: Hodgson
First Name: Arthur Henry
Ship: -
Date: 16 February 1848
Place: Houghton
Source: Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
Details: Baptism of Arthur Henry, son of Arthur and Eliza Hodgson (born 16 May 1847)


 
Item: 169769
Surname: Hodgson
First Name: Sir Arthur
Ship: -
Date: 14 March 1903
Place: -
Source: The Newsletter - an Australian Paper for Australian People
Details: Born at Rickmansworth (Herts), about eighteen miles from London, in 1818, being the second son of the Rev. Edward Hodgson. He came to Australia in 1839, and the following year was married to a daughter of the late Sir James Dowling, Chief Justice of New South Wales. He be came an MLA. in this State and also in Queensland, in which place he was for a brief period Colonial Secretary. On his marriage he received with his wife as a dowry nearly a whole street of houses in Sydney, which in 1852 were reputedly worth 30,000. But what are they worth now, and how much have they paid by way of fair return to the State which has guarded and improved Sir Arthurs property all this half century. Hodgson was one of the earliest squatters in the famous Darling Downs country of Queensland



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