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Item: 162317
Surname: Brooks
First Name: Hannah
Ship: -
Date: 1 January 1839
Place: Lake Macquarie
Source: Rev. Threlkeld s Journal. University of Newcastle Cultural Collections
Details: Hannah Brooks had been severely ill with influenza but recovered with treatment

Item: 123704
Surname: Brooks
First Name: Hannah Euphemia
Ship: -
Date: 1854 4 September
Place: St. James Church Sydney
Source: SMH
Details: Marriage of Atwill Kenrick to Hannah Euphemia, eldest daughter of the late George Brooks of Newcastle on 2nd September. Officiating minister Archdeacon Cowper

Item: 196967
Surname: Kenrick (nee Brooks)
First Name: Hannah Euphemia
Ship: -
Date: 6 March 1937
Place: Newcomen Street, Newcastle
Source: NMH
Details: Mrs. George Brooks conveyed lot 83 by deed of gift to Hanna Euphemia Kenrick, her daughter, who in February 1873, conveyed it with her husband, Atwill Kenrick, in accordance with the law at the time to Frederic Ash, of Newcastle, founder of the firm of Frederic Ash Ltd., for £900. The property is still in the possession of the Ash family, they have owned it for 64 years. For many years the Misses Donaldson conducted a School for Girls in the building.