Residents of NSW – Some Residents of Singleton

  The following extract is from my database NSW Residents Vol. 3.. To date there are 23,567 entries for Singleton in all my databases. If you are interested in searching  the entries contact me at tcallaghan@iinet.com 

There are a number of databases which contain entries for the residents of Singleton. If you are researching this area you may find some more information here.  Singleton Residents 1898; Singleton Residents 1913; Singleton and District PO entries; Singleton school teachers.

NSW Residents Vol 3
ID Place Salary/Pension/Rent of lease First Name Surname Notes 1 Occupation Year Appoint/Reg /Pension Start 1st Appoint/Date purchase Sources/ Notes 2
26942 Singleton E. L. Beattie Men & Women who enlisted from Singleton & District to serve in the Great War 1914 – 1918. ‘Honoured Dead’ 1914     Cenotaph Inscriptions, Burdekin Park, George St. Singleton
26943 Singleton C. Binfield Men & Women who enlisted from Singleton & District to serve in the Great War 1914 – 1918. ‘Honoured Dead’ 1914     Cenotaph Inscriptions, Burdekin Park, George St. Singleton
26944 Singleton Edward Cyril Bird Son of Edward & Margaret Bird, Boundary St. S’ton. Killed at Gallipoli 26 April 1914. First Singleton boy killed. Private Enlisted Aug.1914     Cenotaph Inscriptions, Burdekin Park, George St. Singleton. Men & Women who enlisted from Singleton & District to serve in the Great War 1914 – 1918. ‘Honoured Dead’

 

NSW Residents Vol 3
ID Place Salary/Pension/Rent of lease First Name Surname Notes 1 Occupation Year Appoint/Reg /Pension Start 1st Appoint/Date purchase Sources/ Notes 2
27145 Singleton T. C. Morris Singleton Half- Squadron; ‘proceeded to South Africa from England’ arrived 2 Nov. 1899. Contracted typhoid fever. Trooper 1899     Vernon.
27146 Singleton John Alexander Roberts Singleton Half- Squadron; ‘proceeded to South Africa from England’ arrived 2 Nov. 1899. Taken prisoner at Slingersfontein; joined after release at Waterval 6 June 1900. Trooper No:574 1899     Vernon.
27147 Singleton H. H. Waddell Singleton Half- Squadron; ‘proceeded to South Africa from England’ arrived 2 Nov. 1899. Prisoner of war. Trooper 1899     Vernon.
NSW Residents Vol 3
ID Place Salary/Pension/Rent of lease First Name Surname Notes 1 Occupation Year Appoint/Reg /Pension Start 1st Appoint/Date purchase Sources/ Notes 2
28845 Singleton Frederick Mahady Charged with absconding from apprenticeship with Mary Griffin. Age 16; A ‘Sobraon’ apprentice. 1900     NSW Police Gaz. 21.3.1900
28846 Singleton William Turnbull Charged with absconding from apprenticeship with George William Dight; age 16. dark complexion, stoutish build, scar on cheek ; wearing peculiar boots, new, with steel toes , old black soft hat, and dark suit. 1900     NSW Police Gaz. 25.4.1900
28848 Singleton Harman Joseph Sattler Summoned for selling colonial wine without a license, has been fined £30. Moiety of
fine to Police Reward Fund. Three months allowed to pay
the fine.
1900     NSW Police Gaz. 16.5.1900
28850 Singleton Henry Hall Warrant issued for the arrest of Henry Hall, charged with stealing a purse and £3 17s., the property of Chas. Walton, of Singleton; 19 yrs age; 1900     NSW Police Gaz. 13.6.1900
28861 Singleton Constable McMorrow Stolen between 5 and 6 p.m. on the 15th instant,
from the dwelling of Constable M’Morrow, a new pair of Police undress uniform trousers. £2
reward on conviction of the thief or thieves.
1900     NSW Police Gaz. 11 July 1900
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