MARMON, Ann (Born in the Colony) see also MULVANY, Ann; TURNER, Ann

  MARMON, Ann. Born in the Colony

  1818 Jul 6,11
   Re permission to marry John Mulvany at Sydney (Reel 6006; 4/3498 p.294)

  1822 Mar 12
   On list of prisoners committed for trial at the Court of Criminal Jurisdiction at
   Sydney on 25 Feb 1822 recommended to be discharged on the
   accession of Sir Thomas Brisbane; committed from 
   Sydney (Reel 6016; 4/5781 p.216)

  1823 Mar 13
   Provost Marshal instructions to release; appears as Marmion (Reel 6054; 4/1757 p.123)

  MARMON, John. Born in the Colony

  1822 Aug 21
   Re his distressed condition (Reel 6055; 4/1761 p.125)

  1823 Apr 14-May 8
   Sentenced to hard labour on colonial vessel for two years. In reports of prisoners tried at
   Court of  Criminal Jurisdiction (Reel 6023; X820 p.97)

  Sentenced to two years on board one of the colonial vessels.
  Petition to be put on board a vessel (Reel 6056; 4/1763 p.237)

  1823 Apr 16
  Convicted for robbing house of Richard Read in Upper Pitt Street. 
   Petition of Samuel Lyons for mitigation of sentence (Fiche 3234; 4/1870 p.14)

  1823 Aug 30
   Request for copy of proceedings at the Sydney Police Court of his case (Reel 6011; 4/3509 p.152)

  1823 Sep 5
   Received on board Colonial vessel (Reel 6057; 4/1767 p.64)


MARMON, Margaret. Born in the Colony

  1824 Sep 20
   Prostitute; sentenced to the Factory for three months.
  On return of fines and punishments in the Police Office (Reel 6023; 4/6671 p.91)

  MARMON, Patrick. Per "Marquis Cornwallis", 1796

  1810 Mar
  Remuneration received by while employed in building of new Commissariat Stores (Reel 6042; 4/1723   pp.202-3)

  1811 Feb 8
  Enquiry into his sentence of transportation resulted in his being given a certificate of freedom; appears   as Marmion (Reel 6043; 4/1726 pp.211-2)

  1816 Jul 19
  Juror at inquest on Michael Scandlin held at Sydney (Reel 6021; 4/1819 p.627)

  1816 Jul 19
  Re evidence at inquest on Michael Scandlin (Reel 6021; 4/1819 p.629)

  1822 Jun 10
  On list of persons receiving an assigned convict (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.78)

  CAMPBELL, John Thomas. Secretary to Governor Macquarie; Provost Marshal

  John Thomas Campbell was recommended to Macquarie by the Earl of Caledon, Governor
  of the  Cape of Good Hope, when he called there on his way to New South Wales in 1809;
  and  Campbell joined Macquarie's party. He was appointed Secretary to the Governor on 1
  January 1810 and held this post until 21 January 1821. He received a number of
  additional  appointments: Registrar of the Court of Vice Admiralty, 11 June 1810; Trustee and
  Agent for Intestate Estates, 22 June 1811; Secretary and Treasurer of Committee of
  Native Institution, 10 December 1814; as a Justice of the Peace and Magistrate, 25 October 1815;
  to the Committees of the Male and Female Orphan Institutions, 1818; Provost Marshal, 6
  March 1819-1824; and Sheriff briefly in 1824. He was also the first President of the
  Board of Directors of the Bank of New South Wales, 1817-21, and held land at Bringelly and
  near Rooty Hill. He died at Sydney on 7 January 1830.

  Tickets of leave, emancipation, and pardon records, 1810-19
  MARMION Patrick 1/2/1811 Certificate of Emancipation 548-49 [4/4427] COD18 601 - 
  DEAVES, John

  1811 Feb 8
   Millwright. Affidavit giving purport of sentence passed in his hearing by the judge at
   Downpatrick,  Ireland, on P Marmion (Reel 6043; 4/1726 pp.211-2)

  MARMION Patrick  7/11/1798 157 65 655 On a list of persons employing female servants
  [SZ767]  COD 77 Servant Catharine Evans

  Assisted immigrants arriving in Sydney, 1860-79
  MARMION Mary 24   Samarang 1869 2140, 2486
  MARMION Anne   Royal Saxon 1841 2143A 4/4813 169

  Index to Certificates of Freedom, 1823-69
  MARMION Anne MANNION Hooghley 1831 42/1328 4 Aug 1842 4/4375 1011 Wife of
  William  Bolan, per "James Pattison" [1830], fbs 
  MARMION Peggy  Sir Charles Forbes 1837 45/0868 5 Jul 1845 4/4399 1020  
  MARMION William  Morley 1828 34/0814 18 Jun 1834 4/4322 993 TL 32/954

  Index to Gaol Photographs
  MARMION George - -
Bathurst - George Albert
  MARMION Percy - -
Albury - Edward -

  1811 Feb 8
  Memo re alteration to records relating to Patrick Marmion, a political prisoner 
  (Reel 6043; 4/1726 pp.211-2)
Australian Transport
Marmions of Victoria
Click  Bio of W.E. Marmion
1828 NSW Census

Name             arrival            vessel
William Marmion  1828     Morley     
Willm Marmion   1828       

Elizth Marman         

Patk Marmon   1795 

possible misspelled sirname:    

William Marmont 1824 Co Harcourt  
Willm Marmont 1824 Css Harcourt     
James Merriman         
Mary Merriman         
Eligh Merryman 1827 Harmony     
Elizh Merryman 1827 Harmony     
Esther Merryman 1804 Alexander     
George Merryman         
John Merryman 1822 Eliza     
William Mornan 1824 Three Bees     
Mary Mornane 1812 Minstrel     
Patk Mornane 1806 Tellicherry
A u s t r a l i a
& NZ  A r c h i v e s

Wanganui Herald, Volume XXX, Issue 8896, 7 July 1896, Page 2
PERTH, JuIy7. Obituary— The Hon W. E. Marmion, U.L.A., formerly  Commisioner of Lands

Wanganui Herald, Volume XXVIII, Issue 8414, 5 December 1894, Page 2 Sydney, December 5, The Legislative Assembly, after considering tho Council's amendments in the Labour Settlements Bill, deoided to lay the measure aside. MBraoimwß, December E. In Committee on the Land and Income Tax the amount was oarried by 67 to 25, inoreising tbe Land Tax exemption from £100 to £500. The Government voted with the minority. The Premier intimated that the amount moant the loss of a £160,000, which would have to be met by increasing the Inoome Tax. PuBTH, Deoember 6. Mr Biohardson succeeds
Mr Marmion as Minister of Mines. Mr Parker, Colonial Secretary, has resigned, it is believed owing to the friotion in the Cabinet.
Evening Post, Volume XLI, Issue 47, 25 February 1891, Page 3
WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DELEGATES. {united press association. J (Reoeived Februiry 25,
11:30 a m ) Perth, This Day. The following delegates have been appointed to represent Western Australia at the Federation Convention in Sydney : — Sir J. G. Lee Steere, Messrs. John Forrest, C.M.G., J. A. Wright, Alexander Forrest,
W. E. Marmion, W. T. Loton, and Hackett.
Auckland, 24th February. The Auckland Liberal Association, at a meeting to-night, resolved to present an address to Sir George Grey before his departure for Sydney to attend the Federal Convention. Owing to the recent breakdown of the Tarawera, that vessel will not leave Auokland for Sydney till Thursday, and therefore Sir George Grey, who will bo a passenger, will be unable to be present at the opening of the Convention.
Australian Electoral Rolls
Name: William Richard Patrick Marmion
Gender: Male
Electoral Year: 1916 through 1936 
State: Western Australia 
District: Kalgoorlie 
Subdistrict: Hannans
Electorial Rolls
great census sub
Obiys Index
Francis Herbert Edwards born 24 July 1868 in Brighton, South Australia
Alice Ann Marmion born 9 May 1872 Essendon, Victoria.
Patrick Marmion
John Marmion