Pusell James1861 - 1940 (78 years)
Name Pusell James [1, 2, 3] Born 9 Nov 1861 ,Dunns Plains,NSW,Australia [4, 5]
- Attended by I. R. Packard, Surgeon
Gender Male Occupation 30 Jan 1881 ,,NSW,Australia  Labourer Residence 30 Jan 1881 ,Trunkey,NSW,Australia  FACT 15 May 1888 Police Court,Burraga, NSW,Australia  Drunkeness and Disorderly Conduct and Riotous Behaviour FACT 1889  Conditional Purchase of Land
- 100 acres
FACT 4 Nov 1891 ,Burraga,NSW,Australia  Sheep Stealing FACT 20 Feb 1896 Police Court,Burraga,NSW,Australia  Stolen Sheep FACT 22 Jul 1896 ,Burraga,NSW,Australia [11, 12] Inflicting bodily harm FACT 27 Jul 1896 ,Bathurst,NSW,Australia  Common Assault
- Judge Docker/ 27th July 1896/ Bathurst/Common assault/10 pounds or 3 months hard labour/Paid fine/13 August
Photo 5 Aug 1896 ,,NSW,Australia  Residence 29 Sep 1900 ,Arkstone,NSW,Australia  Census 1901 Brick Kilns, Burraga, NSW,Australia
- 7 males 3 females
FACT 22 Jul 1902 Police Court,Burraga,NSW,Australia  Drunk and disorderly Residence 10 Apr 1903 ,Burraga,NSW,Australia  FACT 8 Jun 1903 Burraga Police Court,Burraga,NSW,Australia  Riotous Behaviour FACT 22 Jun 1903 Burraga Police Court,Burraga,NSW,Australia  Obscene Language FACT 1 May 1905 Burraga Police Court,Burraga,NSW,Australia  Neglecting to send children to school Occupation 12 Dec 1914 ,Cobar,NSW,Australia  Miner Residence 1936 Old Bourke Road,Cobar,NSW,Australia 
Occupation Bef 4 Jul 1940 ,,NSW,Australia  Miner Died 4 Jul 1940 Cobar District Hospital,Cobar,NSW,Australia [22, 23] Cause: Acute retention of urine, urethral stricture Buried 5 Jul 1940 Cobar Cemetery,Cobar,NSW,Australia 
- Church of England section.
- NSW Police Gazette - Prisoner James Pusell - Tried p. 279
- MOLONG, Thursday
The following conditional purchase was taken up at the Molong Lands Office to day - James Pusell, 40 acres, parish Brymedura county Ashburnham 
- Forfeited Conditional Purchases.
The undermentioned c.p.'s and c.l.'s have declared forfeited : BATHURST DISTRICT. James Pusell, 1ooa, county Georgiana, parish Wallbrook 
Person ID I58 GeniAus Family Tree Last Modified 9 Dec 2022
Father Pusill James, b. Abt 1820, ,Liverpool,Lancashire,England , d. 30 Aug 1895, ,Burraga,NSW,Australia (Age ~ 75 years) Mother Tucker Maria, b. 1840, ,South Creek,NSW,Australia , d. 13 Mar 1886, ,Burraga,NSW,Australia (Age 46 years) Married 26 Dec 1854 St Stephens Church, Bathurst, NSW,Australia Family ID F61 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Aspinall Mary Jane, b. 20 Aug 1862, ,Carrawa,NSW,Australia , d. 22 Feb 1950, 55 Kensington Road,Kensington,NSW,Australia (Age 87 years) Married 30 Jan 1881 Wesleyan Parsonage, Rockley, NSW,Australia [6, 26]
- Witnesses: James Hunt, Elizabeth Catherine Pusell
Children 1. Pusill Mary I, b. 1882, ,,NSW,Australia , d. 1884, ,,NSW,Australia (Age 2 years) 2. Pusell Thomas Richard, b. 1884, ,,NSW,Australia , d. 1 Aug 1957, ,,NSW,Australia (Age 73 years) 3. Pusell James Ernest, b. 18 Aug 1887, ,,NSW,Australia , d. 16 Jul 1945, Rylstone District Hospital,Rylstone,NSW,Australia (Age 57 years) 4. Pusell William Henry, b. 18 Sep 1889, ,,NSW,Australia , d. 7 Mar 1961, ,,NSW,Australia (Age 71 years) 5. Pusell Richard Henry, b. 1893, ,,NSW,Australia , d. 1972, ,,NSW,Australia (Age 79 years) 6. Pusell Blanche Gertrude, b. 16 Aug 1897, ,,NSW,Australia , d. 1953, ,Cobar,NSW,Australia (Age 55 years) 7. Pusell Ethel Jane, b. 31 Jul 1899, ,Thompsons Creek, NSW,Australia , d. 30 May 1988, Alloa Nursing Home, Arncliffe, NSW,Australia (Age 88 years) 8. Pusell Matilda May, b. 5 Feb 1902, ,,NSW,Australia , d. 27 Jun 1929, Broken Hill Hospital, Broken Hill, NSW,Australia (Age 27 years) Last Modified 15 Mar 2021 Family ID F18 Group Sheet | Family Chart
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Photos James Pusell tending his goats James Pusell, Ethel Jane Pusell, Mary Jane Aspinall, Kathleen Duncan, Lillian Duncan
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- [S23] Birth Certificate.
- [S52] x NSW BDM Indexes, NSW Registry of Births Deaths & Marriages, 4715/1862 .
PUSILL JAMES JAMES MARIA BATHURST
- [S19] Marriage Certificate.
- [S109] Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal, Tue 15 May 1888 Page 3.
Burraga. [from our own correspondent.] POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs. T. A. Smith, P.M., Jas. Hall and H. H. Hackney, Js.P.) Police v. James Pusell. — Two charges of drunken- ness, with disorderly conduct and one of riotous behaviour (being his month's performance). De- fendant pleaded guilty and was fined 5s, with 5s 11d costs, on each charge.— On the application of the police a prohibition order was granted against publi- cans supplying the above-named defendant with liquor for 12 months.
- [S109] Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal, Sat 18 May 1889 Page 2 Land Board.
A meeting of tbu local Land Board was held at
the Courthouse, Rockley, on 15th and 16th instant,
the Board consisting of Messrs. Finch (Chairman),
Kelk and Dulhunty.
The business was to confirm conditional purchases
and leases for confirmation and fixing rents, &c,
and the following is the record of the work done : —
James Pusell, 100 acres.— Confirmed.
- [S3065] New South Wales Police Gazette and Weekly Record of Crime (Sydney : 1860 - 1930), Wed 4 Nov 1891 [Issue No.44] Page 374.
James Pusell, summoned by the Burraga Police for having in his possession two sheepskins and part of two sheep, reason ably suspected to have been stolen, has been fined £20 and costs, 5s. 10d., in default 6 months in Bathurst Gaol Fine paid. Moiety to Police Reward Fund.
- [S109] Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal, Wed 26 Feb 1896 Page 2.
BURRAGA. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT). At the Police Court on Thursday, before ' Messrs. T. A. Smith, M.P., and T. P. Hackney J.P., James Pusell was charged with having meat in his possession, being portion of a sheep supposed to have been stolen. The Bench dismissed the case.
- [S3065] New South Wales Police Gazette and Weekly Record of Crime (Sydney : 1860 - 1930), Wed 22 Jul 1896 [Issue No.30] Page 265.
James Pusell, charged on warrant with inflicting bodily harm on Thomas Ryan, at Burraga, has been arrested by Senior constable M'Lean and Constable Cheadle, Burraga Police. Committed for trial at Bathurst Quarter Sessions. Bail allowed.
- [S2950] National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW : 1889 - 1954), Wed 22 Jul 1896 Page 3.
Burraga, Monday. James Pusell, who, at the previous court held here, received seven days for riotous behavior, was further charged on a criminal count with inflicting grevious bodily harm on Thomas Ryan, a miner, during a drunken row last pay night, when Pusell completely bit one ear off Ryan. Dr. Lindhurst stitched the vic- tim's ear on and saved a considerable portion of it, although the part that was bitten off lay in the street for a consider- able time. Pusell was committed for trial at the approaching Bathurst Sessions. Messrs. T. P. Hackney and Jacob Barnes adjudicated.
- [S48] Ancestry.co.uk, New South Wales, Australia, Gaol Description and Entrance Books, 1818-1930.
Name: James Pusell
Date of Admission/Photo: 27 Jul 1896
Gaol Location: Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia
Record Type: Entrance Book
- [S13] WWW, NSW State Records http://srwww.records.nsw.gov.au/indexes/searchform.aspx Index to Gaol Photographs.
- [S8] Lithgow Mercury, Fri 5 Oct 1900 Page 3 ARKSTONE.
FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.
A social was held on Monday night at the
residence of Mr. James Pusill.All arrangements
were carried out under the able management of
Miss English, assisted by Mrs. Pusill. The
eatables were really extra good. Music was
provided by Mr.J. Booth, and dancing was kept
up till daylight.
- [S8] Lithgow Mercury, Fri 25 Jul 1902 Page 5.
On Tuesday, before Mr. F. A. Booth, J.P., James Pusel was charged with being drunk and disorderly in a public place, Pleaded guilty. Fined 5s, or 48 hours. Paid.
- [S8] Lithgow Mercury, Fri 10 Apr 1903 Page 5 BURRAGA POLICE COURT.
1903 'BURRAGA POLICE COURT.', Lithgow Mercury (NSW : 1898 - 1954), 10 April, p. 5. , viewed 06 Jan 2020, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article221483969
- [S8] Lithgow Mercury, Fri 12 Jun 1903 Page 3.
BURRAGA POLICE COURT. (From a Correspondent.) — MONDAY, JUNE 8. (Before Thos. P. Hackney .and F. A, Booth,.Js.P.) Frank Pollard and James Pusell, charged with riotous behaviour. Const. Coleman gave particulars of the case. Fined 10s or three days. Paid.
- [S8] Lithgow Mercury, Fri 26 Jun 1903 Page 4.
Jas. Pusell, charged with indecent language on Saturday night, pleaded guilty and was fined 20s or 7 days. Paid.
- [S8] Lithgow Mercury, Fri 5 May 1905 Page 5 BURRAGA POLICE COURT.
BURRAGA POLICE COURT.
(From our own Correspondent.)
MONDAY, MAY 1.
(Before T. A. Smith, P.M., Thos. P. Hack
ney, and F. A. Booth, Js.P.)
Sen.-constable Bleechmore v. James Pu-
sell, charge of neglecting to send his two
children (Richard and Gertrude) to school
the required number of days during the
half-year ended 31st December, 1904. Fined
1s, and 4s 10d costs in each case. Paid.
- [S34] NSW Electoral Roll, 1936.
- [S24] Death Certificate.
- [S52] x NSW BDM Indexes, NSW Registry of Births Deaths & Marriages, Cobar 1940 18232.
- [S2] Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 24 November 1899.
- [S109] Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal, Saturday 28 July 1894.
- [S52] x NSW BDM Indexes, NSW Registry of Births Deaths & Marriages, 3012/1881 .
PUSELL JAMES HASPWELL JANE BATHURST
Note HASPWELL in index
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