1833 - In April, George Mawbey's name appears in an advertisement for the Theatre Royal, Sydney's first professional theatre, as an actor in a play. He is still there as an actor in May and June, also as a singer.
1837 - In July he is awarded a publican's licence for The Hope and Anchor on the corner of King and Pitt Streets, Sydney.
1838 - In July, George Mawbey marries Ann Williams at St Philip's Church of England in Sydney.
1839 - In June, George Mawbey opens a Refreshment Rooms business in Rundle Street, Adelaide.
1840 - George and Ann return to Sydney.
1842 - Their first child, David Henry, named after Ann's father and possibly a relative of George, is born in Darlinghurst, Sydney. Baptised St James Church of England, Sydney.
1843 - Birth of second child, Alfred, at Pitt Street?, Sydney (may have been address of George's workplace). Baptised St Phillip's Church of England, Sydney.
1845 - Birth of first daughter, Alice, at Camperdown, Sydney. Baptised at Cook's River, Petersham, Sydney.
1847 - Birth of second daughter, Ann Jane, at Redfern, Sydney. Baptised at St Lawrence, Church of England, Sydney.
1849 - John Thomas, the first of their four children to be born and baptised at Dural.
1853 - Grace born at Camperdown, Sydney, while family still living at Dural.
1855 - Elizabeth born at Dural. Baptised at St Jude's Church of England, Dural.
1858 - George, born at Dural on Christmas Day and baptised at Dural 10 months later.
1862 - Mary, the last of their 10 children, born at Newtown, Sydney.
1862 - George Mawbey dies at Newtown, aged 53, three months after birth of his last child.
1875 - John Thomas Mawbey, George and Ann's eldest living son, marries Sarah Clarke at Mudgee.
1883 - Moves to 'selection' at Breelong near Gilgandra.
more to come