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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
92350 - - Alexander 1806 - - The Convict Ships - Charles Bateson
  Master Richard Brooks; 42 female convicts
102456 - - Alexander 1806 1806 24 August Sydney SG
  Arrival of the convict ship 'Alexander' 20th August, Captain Brooks, with 14 male and 42 female prisoners all healthy. Loss of one male and one child on the passage out
103961 Carter (Ogle) Elizabeth Alexander 1806 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
  Daughter of William Carter. Born c. 1788 Somerset. Spouse William Ogle. For information about descendants see Pioneer Register Entry No. 1112
62912 Lewis Ann Alexander 1806 1828 Swan Reach, Hunter River 1828 Census
  Farmer aged 31
170557 Lewis Ann Alexander 1806 1825 Newcastle Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 19
  Free by servitude. Residing at Newcastle
34661 Ward Elizabeth Alexander 1806 1828 Falbrook 1828 Census
  Servant aged 46. Employed by James Chilcott
149631 Wiseman Solomon Alexander 1806 - Landholder of Hawkesbury River CSI
  Granted Ticket of Leave June 1810; Absolute Pardon February 1812; merchant and shipowner; landholder. In 1816 dispatch of the 'Hawkesbury Packet' to Newcastle with wheat and brining cedar from Port Stephens etc.,
169770 Wiseman Solomon Alexander 1806 17 October `1924 - Windsor and Richmond Gazette
  Solomon Wiseman died on 28th November 1838 aged61 and was buried beside his first wife (nee of Jane Middleton) in his own grounds adjoining his residence on the southern side; but after the erection of the Church of St. Mary Magdalene in 1841 the bodies were disinterred and reburied in a vault under the floor of that church where they rested for many years. The church at last fell into decay however so for many years the coffins like the church were subjected to sacriligious vandalism. When the cemetery 2 miles down the river was made, Solomon Wiseman's bachelor grandson John Wiseman of Granbalang near Singleton removed the remains to the new cemetery and a marble headstone records the dates of their deaths. Mrs. Jane Wiseman nee Middleton died at the early age of 45 years on 20th July 1821.