(Sep 1839). IMMIGRATION. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVAL. From London, same day [Saturday last], having left Plymouth 10th June, the barque Amelia Thompson, Captain Dawson, with 209 Bounty Emigrants. Passengers, Captain Campbell, Captain Champion and Lady, Misses Henrietta and Caroline Champion, Mr. and Mrs. Ensco, Mr. Frederick, Captain Horsley and Lady, Mr. Kennedy, Mr. J. Maxwell, Mr. W. Maxwell, Master Henry Grant, Mr. Scott, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and eight children, Misses Ellen and Emsley Smith, Mr. Tulloch, and Mr. Arthur.
Arrived with wife and 10 children when he was 56 years of age. Had been a lecturer at St. Mary's Chiswick and on of the instructors of the Princess (Queen) Victoria. Became the first incumbent of the Paterson River district. Died as the result of an accident in 1846 and was buried outside the east window of the Paterson Church. An appeal to raise funds for the renovation of his cenotaph in the churchyard
MARRIAGE. 9 Nov 1844, Paterson, New South Wales, Australia
MARRIAGE. NSW BDM Marriage Reg: #599/1844 V1844599 29
Family name ARNOLD
Given names WILLIAM M
Family name of Spouse SMITH
Given names of Spouse ELLEN A
Place of marriage District of NM
MARRIAGE NOTICE. At Paterson, on the 9th instant, by the Rev. J. Jennings Smith, M.A., William Munnings Arnold, Esq., second son of the Rev. R. A. Arnold, M.A., Rector of Ellough Beecles, Suffolk, to Ellen Augusta, second daughter of the Rev. J. J. Smith, Incumbent of Paterson.
MARRIAGE NOTICE. At Paterson, on the 9th instant, William Munnings Arnold, Esq , to Ellen Augusta, second daughter of the Rev. J. J. Smith, of Paterson.