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White Hart Inn

Haydonton - Murrurundi



The White Hart Inn was established by Alexander Wightman at Haydonton, Murrrurundi. Alexander Wightman was the son of Caroline and Adam Stuart Wightman. Their other children were Margaret, Peter, William, Adam Stuart, John and Philip.

A Publicans' license was granted to Alexander Wightman for the White Hart Inn between the years 1842 - 1847

In 1848 - 1853 the license was granted to Carolin Wightman and from 1854 to her son William Wightman. William Wightman held the license for the White Hart in 1858


Notes and Links

Select here to read about the life of pioneer Caroline Wightman.

Records of The Haydon Family long established pastoralists at Bloomfield North in the Upper Hunter Valley. (University of Newcastle)

Death of Mrs. Thomas Haydon, daughter of Caroline and Adam Stuart Wightman - Maitland Mercury 5 October 1889




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