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Although this initial request was not granted, in 1841 Walter received a crown grant for Allotment 37 within the town (although he had been residing on this land from as early as 1835). By a strange twist of events, the Jones family were to later acquire Lot 27 that Walter had initially set his eye upon. Walter’s wife Tabitha and their remaining 8 children arrived in the colony in 1834 onboard the James Pattison and were to become important pioneering settlers in the town of Guildford. Several of his children also took up allotments in the town including his sons Abraham - Lot 21; Charles - Lot 47, William - Lots 158, 159, 160; Jonathon – Lot 40 and part of Swan Location 16.
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