George Augustus Middleton - Hunter Valley Settlers

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THE MURDER OF THOMAS MULDOON.

23 March 1850, The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893), page 2

…several incidents in connection with his incumbency, told me that on one occasion during Divine service, the prisoners being in attendance in chains, the guards in charge seeing or fancying they saw a concerted movement among them, 'presented arms' What a scene under such circumstances? Mr. Middleton had to officiate at a place called the Lime burners, a number of prisoners being stationed there under strong guard for the purpose of procuring and burning shells. Some of the miserable creatures on the occasion of one of his visits had no other clothing than a sugee bag tied round the waist. Maitland Mercury 23 March1850 Select HERE to find out some of the convicts who were assigned to Rev. Middleton at Newcastle (parsonage), the Glebe farm and at Glenrose.…