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James Broderick

James Broderick was employed as a Constable at Paterson in the 1830's.

He was granted a publican's license for the Thistle Inn at Paterson in the years 1842 - 1844. [1]

He was granted a license for the Settlers Arms Inn in the township of Paterson in the years 1844 - 1848


Death

He died at the Devils Hole Creek at the Hanging Rock gold fields in January 1852 having been buried in a fall of earth.


References

[1] State Archives NSW; Series: 14401; Item: [4/74]; Reel: 5057 Description License Year: 1842 Source Information Ancestry.com. New South Wales, Australia, Certificates for Publicans' Licences

[2] State Archives NSW; Series: 14401; Item: [4/82-83]; Reel: 5062 Description License Year: 1848 Source Information Ancestry.com. New South Wales, Australia, Certificates for Publicans' Licences,




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