Thomas Pantlin, a young man of respectable appearance, was brought before the court, charged with being drunk and disorderly in Castlereagh Street. He pleaded not guilty. Constable Robert Stewart deposed, that about a quarter past twelve o'clock yesterday he found the prisoner drunk in Castlereagh-street. He was talking very loud, had his coat off, and was challenging some person to fight. A mob of people was collected in the street. Witness arrested him. For the defence, Thomas Drenan was called, and deposed that on Monday he was with defendant in Castlereagh-street. They were insulted by two cabmen. Defendant, who was in liquor, got excited and took off his coat, when the police came up. Defendant stated to the Bench that he was going home along with Drenan, when a cabman insulted him and knocked his hat off. He got excited, as might be expected, in such treatment. The Bench (Messrs. Raphael and Hazlett), nevertheless sentenced the defendant to pay a fine of L2 or in default to go to gaol for seven days; the extreme penalty allowed by the law in such cases.
Source: Empire 23 Mar 1870
82. Thomas A Pantlin
PANTLIN v PANTLIN.
Thomas Pantlin petitioned for divorce from his wife, Amy Ellen Pantlin, formerly Miller, on the ground of desertion. Mr. S. Stewart appeared for petitioner. The parties were married in Sydney in January, 1902, according to the rites of the Church of England. A decree nisi, returnable in six months, was granted.
Source: The SMH 4 Dec 1909
93. Francis (Mac) Gough
Lived at Macksville
111. Ernest Roberts Miller
Lived at Haberfield
141. George Clayton Roberts
Lived at Dulwich Hill
William Francis Ogg
OGG — ROBERTS. — At St. John's C. of E. Parramatta, by the Rev. Canon Gunther, William Francis, second son of Captain Robert Ogg, late of Liver- pool ; grandson of John Bond, Esq., Tide-Surveyor H. M. Customs, Liverpool ; nephew of William Bond, Lord Bishop of Montreal, Canada, and Francis Bond, Esq., Merchant, Liverpool, to Laura Louisa, youngest child of Edward Roberts, Esq., Richmond Road, Windsor.
Source: Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate 27 Feb 1886
151. Ruth Doris Ogg
The marriage was celebrated at St. Aldan's, Annandale, on March 20, of Ruth Doris, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ogg, Crosby, Leichhardt, to Mr. Learmonth C., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Underwood, of Orange. The ceremony was performed by Rev. R. Rook. The service was fully choral. The bride was given away by her father, and wore a gown of soft white crepe de chine trimmed with silk fringe and pearls. The court train hung from the shoulders; the customary wreath and veil were also worn. The train-bearer, little Laura Fletcher, wore a dainty frock of white silk inlet with Irish crochet lace, and Dutch bonnet to match, and carried a basket of flowers. The bridesmaids were Miss Netta Ogg, who wore a frock of mauve crepe de chine and georgette, and a black tulle hat, and Miss Mary Cotterill, who wore a pale pink frock and black tulle hat. They carried pink shower bouquets. Mr. Cyril Underwood was best man, and Mr. T. W. Packer groomsman. The bride's travelling dress was of powder blue crepe de chine, with hat to match.
Source: Leader (Orange) 7 Apr 1920
Learmouth Claude Underwood
UNDERWOOD -January 19 1936 at his son s residence Llandenny Goondiwindi Queensland Claude Learmouth Underwood (late of Blacktown)aged 74 years
Source: The SMH 12 Feb 1936