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23611 Campbell Pieter Laurentz - 1834 Maitland Colonial Secretary Returns of the Colony
 
  Police Magistrate
 
32636 Campbell Pieter Laurentz - 1836 19 March - SG
 
  Police Magistrate at Maitland. Witness in Court case of Wighton v Howe
 
41673 Campbell Pieter Laurentz - 1836 26 November Maitland SG
 
  Meeting held tothank Campbell for his services as Police Magistrate
 
50976 Campbell Pieter Laurentz - 1849 31 January London MM
 
  Died at his residence 62 Chester Square, London on 4th October 1848
 
58515 Campbell Pieter Laurentz - 1835 14 July Maitland SG
 
  (Scots Fuzileers) Wife gave birth to a daughter at Governmnet cottage on 8th July 1835
 
65191 Campbell Pieter Laurentz - 1834 12 September - Australian
 
  Of Royal Scotch Fusileers. Married Barbara Isabella, youngest daughter of Alexander McLeay on 13 August
 
65258 Campbell Pieter Laurentz - 1835 13 July Maitland Australian
 
  Scots Fusiliers. Wife gave birth to a daughter at Government Cottage
 
65444 Campbell Pieter Laurentz - 1836 30 September - Australian
 
  Letter by Maitland inhabitants thanking Campbell on his departure from the district
 
88416 Campbell Pieter Laurentz - 1841 8 May - FP
 
  Leaving the colony for the benefit of his health . Requesting claims against him be presented
 
100239 Campbell Pieter Laurentz - - - Wood., W. Allan., 'Dawn in the Valley', the Story of Settlement in the Hunter River Valley., Wentworth books, Sydney, 1972
 
  p. 296
 
100940 Campbell Pieter Laurentz - 1836 29 September Parramatta SG
 
  Appointed Police Magistrate
 
109796 Campbell Pieter Laurentz - 1837 Maitland GRC
 
  Thomas Edwards, per 'Roslin Castle' assigned servant
 
117422 Campbell Pieter Laurentz - 1839 20 February Parramatta GG 1839
 
  Taking Leave of Absence from his duties as Police Magistrate of Parramatta and to act as Colonial Treasurer during Campbell Drummond Ridley's absence
 
118447 Campbell Pieter Laurentz - 1837 Parramatta GRC
 
  Phoebe Dunsmore per 'Sarah & Elizabeth' assigned servant
 
121604 Campbell Pieter Laurentz - 1841 22 October - GG
 
  Action in the Supreme Court of NSW commenced by William Samuel against Pieter Laurentz Campbell to recover 131 pounds for goods sold and delivered by Samuel to Campbell who was no longer resident in the colony
 
175314 Campbell Pieter Laurentz - 11 October 1836 Newcastle SR NSW Archive Reel: 1583; Series: 12992; Description: Registers of Memorials for Land 1825-1842
 
  Memorial for conveyance of land - Thomas Henry Baylis Esq., Lieutenant in His Majestys 17th foot now stationed in the colony of NSW and Julia Dorothea his wife to Pieter Laurentz Campbell of Maitland - Allotment No. 125 in the township of Newcastle
 
40864 Campbell Pieter Laurentz (Lieutenant) - 1836 4 October Government Cottage, Maitland SG
 
  Presented with silver tea & coffee set as token of respect for his services as Police Magistrate. Transferring to Parramatta
 
118450 Campbell Pieter Laurentz (Lieutenant) - 1837 23 November Parramatta SG
 
  The Governor, Judge Burton, Major Barney and Lieutenant Campbell visiting the Female Factory at Parramatta and expressed themselves highly pleased at the cleanliness, order and regularity therein
 
118455 Campbell Pieter Laurentz (Lieutenant) - 1833 19 September St. Johns Church Parramatta SG
 
  Attended the wedding ceremony of Edward Deas Thomson and Anna Maria Bourke(daughter of the Governor)
 
118456 Campbell Pieter Laurentz (Lieutenant) - 1838 6 January - SG
 
  Correspondence.' Lieutenant Campbell especially sent to Maitland as Police Magistrate to quell the spirit of insubordination raging there and restored the district to a state of perfect tranquility'
 
 
 
 
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