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Licensed Publicans Hawkesbury District 1834-1837

Journal by janilye

The following is a correct list of licensed publicans,
compiled from the records of persons holding licenses
in the Hawkesbury District of New South Wales:

RICHMOND
General Darling (Upper Richmond), Robert Aull 1789-1817
Union Inn, Thomas Eather 1800-1886
Plough. Thomas Mortimer xxxx-1875
Welcome Inn, Christopher Moniz 1809-1865
Packhorse, (Ferry), Thomas Parnell 1765-1853
Black Horse, Paul Randall 1752-1834
Woolpack, (North Richmond), John Town junr. 1806-1883
George the 4th, John Town, senr. 1769-1846

RICHMOND ROAD
Bird-in-Hand, William Thomas Bayliss 1794-1849
Settlers' Hall (Windsor), Richard Lynch
Governor's Arms, (Windsor), Alfred Smith

PITT TOWN
Macquarie Arms, William Johnstone
Bird-in-Hand, Daniel Smallwood 1761-1839

WINDSOR-ROAD
Bird-in-Hand, Hugh Kelly 1770-1835
Lamb and Lark, John Pye 1809-1892
George and Dragon, John Cobcroft 1797-1881
Union Inn, James Connolly
Steam Packet, Joseph Fleming
Cottage of Content, Anne Leeson.

WINDSOR
Australian, Henry Beasley
White Heart, John Baker
Currency Lass, Thomas Cullen
Windsor Hotel, William Cross
Red Lion, Mary Dargin 1798-1881 nee Howe
St. Patrick, Joseph Delandre 1799-1853
Cross Keys, Daniel Dickens 1792-1852
White Swan, George Freeman 1806-1867
Currency Lad, Charles Gaundry
William the 4th, Thomas Greaves
King's Arms, Andrew Johnstone.
Plough, Edward Robinson
Barley Mow, Robert Smith.

Upper Nelson
White Heart, Daniel Coulton xxx-1864

Wollombi
Travellers' Inn, John Eaton 1811-1904

Blacktown
Macquarie Arms, James Roberts 1805-1874

Lower Branch Hawkesbury
Industrious Settler, Aaron Walters

Prospect
Fox under the Hill, Francis Peisler
King's Head, Adam Taylor.

Source:
Windsor and Richmond Gazette
Transcription, janilye


The Photograph below taken in 1908 is The Black Horse Hotel. The licence was first issued on 15 February 1819 to Paul Randall to keep an inn at his dwelling. For many years the sign of the black horse in full gallop announced its services.
This sign is now on exhibition in the Hawkesbury Historical Society's Museum at Windsor, New South Wales.
It closed in 1927 when the licence was transferred to the Kurrajong Heights Hotel.

by janilye Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2012-10-01 14:43:52

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Comments

by SilverVixen on 2012-10-01 16:08:51

What a fabulous photograph and the names of the Pubs could be Richmond or Windsor in England both of which I have lived very near to.

by janilye on 2012-10-01 22:25:52

I had neglected to add that The Hawkesbury was in was New South Wales, when I transfered it from my tree. Thanks Silvervixen.

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