A B C D E F G H I
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O P Q R S T U V W Y
- Liverpool Plains
Jacob and Joseph
- station of John Eales
situated at Liverpool Plains
- near Nelson's Plains - Dangar's map 
- Co. Parry - a small auriferous tributary of the Peel River joining it at Bowling Alley Point Diggings. 
- Co. of Hunter on the South bank of the Hunter River. Old name Cumnaroy. The plain is surrounded by high ridges known as the Bulga Mountains.
- Farm belonging to Alexander Warren
, Williams River
(near Belmont) Should be Jules, as it was named after Jules Windeyer an old resident of Newcastle who used to go shooting there
- 900 acres originally granted to George Townshend
- on Namoi River
- early name for Sandy Creek a branch of Dora Creek
- Co. Northumberland - a tributary of the Wyong Creek fed by the Nellering Creek.
- near Silverwater, Lake Macquarie.
- Cardiff. Part of John Jones 1862 land grant
- at Dartbrook
- a range of mountains situated in the Co. of Northumberland, a part of the Carmarthen Mountains. Formerly named the Devil's Backbone. 65 miles from Sydney. From this spot may be seen ' Yengo,' a remarkable flat-topped mountain to N.W., Well's Gazeteer
- Later known as Belford
- Patrick Plains. A small souther tributary of the Hunter River flowing through the township of Belford
- Mount Royal Ranges
- Co. of Parry. A township on the northern railway to the S of Tamworth.