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Item: 168576
Surname: Bowden
First Name: Alfred William
Ship: Globe 1841
Date: 3 January 1843
Place: Newcastle
Source: Gaol Description and Entrance Books, 1818-1930; Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757.
Details: Came Free. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Dungog. Sentenced to be confined for 3 months or pay a fine for a breach of agreement


 
Item: 168577
Surname: Bowden
First Name: Alfred William
Ship: Globe 1841
Date: 1843
Place: Newcastle
Source: Gaol Description and Entrance Books, 1818-1930; Item: 2/2016; Roll: 759.
Details: Admitted to Newcastle gaol. born 1824. 5ft 6in, stout build, sallow complexion. Deeply pockpitted


 
Item: 136051
Surname: Bowden
First Name: William
Ship: -
Date: 1871 2 December
Place: Raymond Terrace
Source: MM
Details: Freeholder. Petitioner opposing the proposed incorporation of the Municipality of Raymond Terrace


 
Item: 143584
Surname: Bowden
First Name: William
Ship: -
Date: 1867
Place: Kenington Farm, Hexham
Source: Bailliere's Official Postal Directory p 142
Details: Farmer


 
Item: 31184
Surname: Bowden
First Name: William
Ship: General Hewitt 1814
Date: 1828
Place: Wallumbie, Patrick Plains
Source: 1828 Census
Details: Shepherd assigned to Henry Hewitt


 
Item: 192541
Surname: Bowden
First Name: William
Ship: General Hewitt 1814
Date: November 1818
Place: -
Source: CSI. Fiche 3183; 4/1854 p.24
Details: Petition for a ticket of leave by William Bowden who had been three years as Government man to John Best in the district of Evan. Recommended as a very honest sober, industrious man by Henry Fulton and John Best


 
Item: 192542
Surname: Bowden
First Name: William
Ship: General Hewitt 1814
Date: 21 April 1813
Place: Captivity Hulk, Portsmouth
Source: Home Office: Convict Prison Hulks: Registers and Letter Books; Class: HO9; Piece: 8. Ancestry
Details: William Bowden age 18. Tried at Nottingham 13 March 1813. Sentenced to 14 years transportation for stealing a mare. Received on to the Captivity Hulk. Transferred to the General Hewitt on 19 August 1813


 
Item: 192543
Surname: Bowden
First Name: William
Ship: General Hewitt 1814
Date: 1814
Place: -
Source: Convict Indents. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4004]; Microfiche: 634
Details: William Bowden, age 19. Labourer. Tried at Northampton 13 March 1813. Sentenced to 14 years transportation. Accomplice probably William Taylor


 
Item: 111567
Surname: Bowden
First Name: William
Ship: Maitland 1838
Date: 1882 5 August
Place: Kennington, Raymond Terrace
Source: MM
Details: Obituary. Wife died shortly after arrival leaving him with a family of 5 sons and 4 daughters to raise. Eldest son died 3 months after. Resided in Sydney for 3 years before moving to Lake Macquarie and in 1846 to Hexham. Died at the residence of his son


 
Item: 171309
Surname: Bowden
First Name: William
Ship: Maitland 1838
Date: 5 November 1838
Place: -
Source: State Records Online Shipping List
Details: Farm labourer age 42 from Beneden, Kent. Arrived with his nine children. Proceeding to Paterson on his own account....http://tinyurl.com/kuhnhy8


 
Item: 136971
Surname: Bowden
First Name: William Samuel
Ship: -
Date: 1862 18 September
Place: Gosford
Source: MM
Details: On Return showing the number of Licenses to cut Timber on Crown Lands issued for the half year ending 30th June 1862


 
Item: 166527
Surname: Bowden (obit.,)
First Name: William
Ship: -
Date: 5 August 1882
Place: Raymond Terrace
Source: MM
Details: It is with regret also that I mention the decease of Mr. William Bowden, which took place at Kennington, the residence of his son, on the8th July last. The deceased gentleman arrived in the colony in the year 1838, and shortly after his arrival had the misfortune to lose his wile, leaving him with a family of five sons and four daughters ;and about three months after his wife's death, that of his eldest son followed. For two or three year she resided in Sydney, and afterwards at Lake Macquarie, but in the year 1846 be removed to Hexham, on the Hunter River, engaging in farming operations with his sons, and finally ending his days at Kennington, near Hexham. Al-though not taking any active part in public matters, he nevertheless, from his kindly disposition, obtained the respect and esteem of a very large circle of friends Three months previous to his death symptoms presented themselves, which, owing to his great age, compelled those around him to sum-mise that a breaking up of the system was about to take place. It was soon evident that a correct conclusion had been come to, for he gradually became worse, and subsequently dropsy set in, from which he succumbed as before stated, regretted not only by his own family but by a large circle of friends. The deceased was born in Kent, England, in the year 1796, and at the time of his death was within a month of his 86 birthday, and a resident of the colony nearly 44 years. It may be mentioned that at the time of hie death there were living of the de-ceased 62 grand children and 73 great grand children.



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