Free Settler or Felon

Search Result


First Name

Surname / Subject


Search Results

Item: 202331
Surname: Lott
First Name: Stephen D
Ship: -
Date: 26 March 1870
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Partnership between I. Ireland and Stephen D. Lott dissolved by mutual consent

Item: 199083
Surname: Lott
First Name: Stephen Durrant
Ship: -
Date: 1888
Place: Islington, Newcastle
Source: The Aldine centennial history of New South Wales illustrated / W. Frederic Morrison Morrison, W. Frederic Sydney. The Aldine Publishing Company, 1888
Details: STEPHEN DURRANT LOTT, Baker, was born in Essex, England, in 1825, and arrived in the colonies in 1849. He followed his original trade of a journeyman flour miller in Sydney till 1851, in which year he arrived at San Francisco in time to see Lynch law fully carried out. He returned to Sydney the following December, and worked at goldmining in Turon, Bendigo, Ballaarat, Maryborough, &c. Finding this unprofitable, however, he resumed his trade, and in 1854 took a situation in Sydney ; but in 1856 commenced business in Wollongong, where he remained for twelve years. At the end of this time he returned to Sydney. In 1868 he settled in Newcastle and opened a flour mill, which he kept until 1877, when he removed to Islington, and built the first bakehouse and ovens in the district. Mr. Lott commenced with a partner (his cousen, Mr. J. H. Hubbard), under the style of Hubbard and Lott, and though his partner died in 1886, he continues to carry on under the same title, which is now well known through the district. He does a large and first-class trade, and has two sons- the elder of whom assists him as foreman, and the younger at the accounts . During Mr. S. D. Lotts career in Wollongong he was twice elected an alderman, and afterwards auditor. He represented the City Ward, Newcastle, for a short time, after the death of Mr. James Hannell

Item: 161793
Surname: Lott
First Name: Stephen jun.,
Ship: -
Date: 2 February 1883
Place: Islington
Source: NMH
Details: Birth on 31 January 1883, at her residence Islington, the wife of Stephen Lott, jun., of a daughter