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199411
Surname: Nash
First Name: Dr. John Brady
Ship: -
Date: 1888
Place: Plattsburg
Source: Morrison, W. Frederic (1888). The Aldine centennial history of New South Wales illustrated / W. Frederic Morrison. Sydney: The Aldine Publishing Company.
Details: DR. JOHN BRADY NASH, I.B., C.M., Edinburgh, and M.R.C.S., England, was born at sea in 1857. He was educated at St. Patrick s College, Melbourne, and in 1877 matriculated at the Sydney University, but the following year proceeded to the Edinburgh University, where he completed his medical studies in 1882, receiving the degrees of M.B., C.M. He also studied for six months at the Rotunda Hospital, Dublin. In 1883 he came out to New South Wales, and started practice at Lambton, but on account of the death of his father (Dr. Andrew Nash) in November, 1885, succeeded to his practice in Wallsend, which he, in conjunction with his brother, still conducts. These gentlemen carry on the only medical dispensary in the Wallsend district. In 1884 Dr. J. B. Nash was appointed a justice of the peace. He is honorary surgeon to the Newcastle Hospital, a member of the School Board, captain of the Lambton Company 4th Regiment Volunteer Infantry, Government medical officer and public vaccinator for the district. In an article in the Melbourne Review of October,. 1882, on Our Future Rulers, Dr. Nash is very favourably mentioned as a student of great promise


101791
Surname: Nash
First Name: John
Ship: -
Date: 1853 11 June
Place: Camerallyn, Paterson
Source: MM
Details: Offering reward for return of missing horses


141792
Surname: Nash
First Name: John
Ship: -
Date: 1867
Place: Brookfield, co. Durham
Source: Baillier's Post Office Directory p.59
Details: Farmer


188818
Surname: Nash
First Name: John
Ship: -
Date: 15 March 1837
Place: Maitland
Source: Maitland Burial Register p. 80
Details: Mary Nash, daughter of John Nash, stonemason, died aged 5 years. Buried 15 March 1837


178314
Surname: Nash
First Name: John
Ship: Eleanor 1831
Date: 1831
Place: -
Source: Convict Indents. State Archives NSW. Microfiche: 679 (Ancestry)
Details: Age 20. Single. Native place Berkshire. Ploughs, shepherd, milks, reaps. Tried at Reading 27 December 1830 and sentenced to 14 years transportation. Assigned to William Dun at Pattersons Plains on arrival


65895
Surname: Nash
First Name: John
Ship: Elizabeth 1820
Date: 1828
Place: Tillimby, Paterson Plains
Source: 1828 Census
Details: Milkman aged 35 assigned to J.H. Boughton


170073
Surname: Nash
First Name: John
Ship: Elizabeth 1820
Date: 1825
Place: Newcastle
Source: Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 20
Details: Assigned servant to John Herring Boughton


4308
Surname: Nash
First Name: John
Ship: Layton 1829
Date: 1842 26 February
Place: Wollombi
Source: HRG
Details: Obtained Ticket of leave


14926
Surname: Nash
First Name: John
Ship: Layton 1829
Date: 1832 27 September
Place: Hunter River
Source: SG
Details: Gardener and stable boy assigned to George White


115292
Surname: Nash
First Name: John
Ship: Layton 1829
Date: 1837 30 December
Place: Patrick Plains
Source: SG
Details: Granted Ticket of Leave


126952
Surname: Nash
First Name: John
Ship: Layton 1829
Date: 1840 16 September
Place: Patrick Plains
Source: GG
Details: Ticket of leave cancelled for being absent from work


128299
Surname: Nash
First Name: John
Ship: Layton 1829
Date: 1836 - 37
Place: Patrick Plains
Source: GRC
Details: Age 34. Assigned to George Boyle White


149104
Surname: Nash
First Name: John
Ship: Layton 1829
Date: 1829
Place: -
Source: AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 673
Details: Age 23. Gardener and stable boy from Herfordshire. Tried 8 December 1828 and sentenced to transportation for Life for highway robbery. Assigned to Mrs. Ward in Pitt St. Sydney on arrival


163515
Surname: Nash
First Name: John
Ship: Layton 1829
Date: 14 June 1844
Place: East Maitland
Source: Application to Marry
Details: John Nash aged 38, arrived per Layton, application to marry Martha Bishop aged 49, arrived per Henry Wellesley. Application refused as Martha Bishop stated on arrival that she was married)


169724
Surname: Nash
First Name: John
Ship: Mariner 1827
Date: 1827
Place: -
Source: State Archives of NSW. Bound indents Microfiche 664. Ancestry
Details: Age 60. Married with 8 children. Shoemaker from Dublin. Tried in Kilkenny 17 March 1826 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for forgery. Assigned to the A.A. company on arrival


148970
Surname: Nash
First Name: John Brady
Ship: -
Date: -
Place: Newcastle
Source: Responsible Government in NSW 1856 - 2006
Details: Born at sea on his way to Australia with his Irish parents Dr. Andrew Nash and his wife Margaret nee Brady. After graduating in medicine returned to establish a practice at Lambton and succeeded his father at Wallsend in 1885.Lieut-Col in Army Medical Corps 1914-16. Director of Sydney Hosp and RPAH. Died in 1925


148971
Surname: Nash
First Name: John Brady
Ship: -
Date: 1925 4 June
Place: Honeysuckle Cemetery
Source: Honeysuckle Cemetery Online
Details: Born 19 May 1857, son of Andrew and Margaret Nash.


183694
Surname: Nash
First Name: John Brady
Ship: -
Date: 1857 - 1925
Place: Wallsend, Lambton, Newcastle, Sydney
Source: Biographical Register of the New South Wales Parliament 1856-1901 C.N. Connolly (Online)
Details: John Brady Nash - Medical practitioner. Born 19 May 1857 at sea, son of Andrew, surgeon, from County Cork, Ireland, and Margaret, nee Brady; married 5 April 1888 Agnes McCormick; 6daughters. Died 4 June 1925 at Sydney. RC. Arr. Melb. with parents 1857, father later establishing medical practice at Wallsend, NSW. Educated by father, at St Patrick s Coll., Melb., and at Edinburgh Univ.(ME, ChM 1882, MD 1888); postgraduate study in Lond., Dublin, Paris, MRCS; MD ad eundem gradum 1903. Established practice at Lambton, NSW, 1883; succeeded to father s practice at Wallsend 1885; hon. surgeon Newcastle Hosp., later Wallsend hosp., for whose erection he was largely responsible; to Syd. 1900, opening rooms Macquarie Street. Joined Lambton Co. 4th Regt Volunteer Infantry; capt. 1886, major 1896; served AIF 1914-16, Aust. Army Medical Corps, Egypt and the Peninsula, rising to hon. 245 NASH, John Brady (cont.) lieut-col. On return, resumed practice, renal and vesicle surgeon. JP, 1883; VD. Dir Syd. Hosp. c. 1904-11 and of Royal Prince Alfred Hosp. 1917-25; member Bd of Health 1918-19; member Royal Com. Decline in Birthrate 1903-04; contributor to medical journals. MLC 6 June 1900-4 June 1925


198762
Surname: Nash
First Name: Rev. John
Ship: -
Date: 19 June 1869
Place: Murrurundi
Source: MM
Details: Married on 16 June 1869, at St. Paul s Church, Murrurundi, by the Rev. Canon King, assisted by the Rev. John Nash, the incumbent, and the Rev. John F. R. Whinfield, George Barthlomew, Gidley, second son of Philip Gidley King, Esq., and grandson of the late Admiral Philip Parker King, to Elizabeth Gray, third daughter of the late Peter Brodie, Esq., of Glenalvon. And George William, eldest son of the late George Dight, Esq., of Stafford Singleton, to Isabella Margaret, fourth daughter of the late Peter Brodie, of Glenalvon, Murrurundi


152453
Surname: Nash
First Name: Stephen John
Ship: -
Date: 1841 17 October
Place: West Maitland
Source: Australian Births and Baptisms - Family Search Historical Records
Details: Birth of Stephen John, son of Stephen and Anne Nash