IMLAY FAMILY: PETER (1797?-1881), GEORGE (1794-1846), and ALEXANDER (1800?-1847), landowners and speculators, were baptized on 22 January 1797, 1 August 1794 and 30 March 1800 at Aberdeen, Scotland, sons of Alexander Imlay, farmer and merchant, and his wife Agnes, née Bron. Young Alexander, an army surgeon, arrived in Sydney in December 1829 in the Elizabeth and was appointed to the colony's medical staff in March. Peter, a naval surgeon, reached Hobart Town in the Greenock in February 1830. George arrived in Sydney as surgeon superintendent of convicts in the Roslyn Castle in February 1833 and joined Alexander on the staff of the Sydney Infirmary.
In 1832 Alexander toured the south coast and the County of Argyle with Governor (Sir) Richard Bourke and next year was holding 1280 acres (518 ha) on the Breadalbane plains. In that year Peter also called at Twofold Bay, where he was impressed ...Read more at the source website