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Item: 147830
Surname: Hobden
First Name: Richard
Ship: -
Date: 1824 7 July
Place: County of Northumberland, Parish of Lemington
Source: Index to map of the country bordering upon the River Hunter... by Henry Dangar (London : Joseph Cross, 1828). p9
Details: Granted 500 Acres of land. Annual Quit rent 3 15s


 
Item: 147831
Surname: Hobden
First Name: Richard
Ship: -
Date: 1824 2 June
Place: County of Northumberland, Parish of Lemington
Source: Index to map of the country bordering upon the River Hunter... by Henry Dangar (London : Joseph Cross, 1828). p9
Details: Granted 120 acres of land. Annual quit rent 18s


 
Item: 149436
Surname: Hobden
First Name: Richard
Ship: -
Date: 1867
Place: Jerrys Plains, Co. Hunter, Parish of Walkworth, 140 miles NW of Sydney
Source: Bailliere's Official Postal Directory 1867 p150
Details: Grazier. Great Lodge


 
Item: 154563
Surname: Hobden
First Name: Richard
Ship: -
Date: 1854 22 November
Place: Jerrys Plains
Source: MM
Details: On List of residents of Jerrys Plains thanking Mr. Oliver Sander, teacher of the Denominational School for his successful mode of teaching during the last two years


 
Item: 158598
Surname: Hobden
First Name: Richard
Ship: -
Date: 1837 28 September
Place: Glendon
Source: Australian Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records
Details: Marriage of Richard Hobden, widower, to Elizabeth Southward, widow


 
Item: 177766
Surname: Hobden
First Name: Richard
Ship: -
Date: 1827
Place: Hunter River
Source: Convict Indent. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4012]; Microfiche: 666
Details: James Cusack per Prince Regent assigned servant


 
Item: 194292
Surname: Hobden
First Name: Richard
Ship: -
Date: November 1827
Place: -
Source: Convict Indents. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4013]; Microfiche: 668
Details: William Quirk per John 1827 assigned to Richard Hobden on arrival


 
Item: 132730
Surname: Hobden
First Name: Richard
Ship: Earl Spencer 1813 (came free)
Date: -
Place: Jerrys Plains
Source: Singleton Pioneer Register p. 47
Details: Born 1790 in Sussex, England, son of Samuel Hobden and Mary Skinner. Spouse 1. Albenia Walker. Spouse 2. Elizabeth Southard (a widow). See Pioneer Register for details of descendants


 
Item: 132735
Surname: Hobden
First Name: Richard James
Ship: -
Date: -
Place: Jerrys Plains
Source: Singleton Pioneer Register p. 47
Details: Born 1818 in Sydney, Son of Richard Hobden and Albenia Walker. Died 1878 in Muswellbrook. Spouse Jane Kinsman Ellis. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants


 
Item: 4917
Surname: Hobden
First Name: Richard junior
Ship: -
Date: 1842 11 June
Place: Jerry's Plains
Source: HRG
Details: Subscription for new church


 
Item: 83323
Surname: Hobden
First Name: Richard junior
Ship: -
Date: 1851 26 April
Place: Great Lodge Farm, Jerry's Plains
Source: MM
Details: Selling by private contract 400 head of cattle running at James & John Brown's Waterloo Creek station


 
Item: 199388
Surname: Hobden
First Name: Richard, Robert, William, Henry
Ship: -
Date: 1888
Place: Jerrys Plains
Source: Morrison, W. Frederic (1888). The Aldine centennial history of New South Wales illustrated / W. Frederic Morrison. Sydney: The Aldine Publishing Company.
Details: HOBDEN BROTHERS, Graziers.-The father of these gentlemen, a native of the Hawkesbury River, was reared in Sydney. He settled in 1840 on the land now occupied by his sons. It was at first of small area but was increased by purchase till he at last owned about 3000 acres. In 1847 he planted about three acres with vines-which was the first vineyard on Jerrys Plains -and these vines are yet yielding large results. The father died in 1877, since which the estate and business have been carried on by the sons under the style of Hobden Brothers. They added to the estate in 1880 by the purchase of over 700 acres and have now turned their attention largely to fruit growing, about forty acres being set apart as an orchard and vineyard. In the orchard there are apples, apricots, plums of various kinds, peaches in great variety, and many different kinds of oranges. As fine oranges are produced here as in any part of the colony, and also a species of lemon which grows to an enormous size, the largest measuring twenty-three inches in circumference. The soil on which the orchard and vineyard are planted is a sandy loam and very rich, which, with the climate, seems well adapted for the production of almost every kind of fruit that can be grown in a temperate tropic. Beside fruit-growing the firm have a large area of grazing land stocked principally with horses and cattle, among which are two very fine stallions, kept for station use. Of late years Messrs. Hobden Brothers have been exhibitors at the local agricultural shows, and have taken several prizes for their fruit.


 
Item: 23545
Surname: Ogden (Hobden)
First Name: Richard
Ship: -
Date: 1846 19 September
Place: Harrowfield
Source: MM
Details: Indicted for cutting and maiming John Walter's ear



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