Granted Ticket of Leave
On Return showing the number of Licenses to cut Timber on Crown Lands issued for the half year ending 30th June 1862
There is a man at Yarramalong still living (1913), Robert Woolley who can point out a stringy bark tree on or near a hillock locally known as the Iron stone Knob, with Sir Thomas Livingstone Mitchells inscription still thereon. At about this period Governor Darling introduced his numerous convict gangs to construct the road from Wisemans Ferry to Wollombi connecting the Hawkesbury River and Hunter River valleys. This road necessitated the building of some huge stone walls along side-lines and across chasms, and these now stand as silent and enduring monu ments to the enforced energies extracted from the muscles of the convict labourers.
Application to Marry
Robert Woolley aged 35 arrived per 'Lord Lyndoch', application to marry Mary Macdonald aged 34 arrived per 'Henry Wellesley'