Came free per Amity
Came free. To be victualled from the Store at Newcastle for 6mths
Passenger on the Amity from Greenock via Hobart.
Dawn in the Valley p. 67
Possessed over 2000 pounds of capital. Eventually settled below the junction of the Hunter and Goulburn Rivers on a stream that was called Greig's Creek better known as Martindale or Bureen Creek. Called his farm Craytonshaw at first and then Hillend. Towards the end of 1825 blacks murdered his cousin Robert Greig and an unknown shepherd during his absence in Sydney