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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
12159 Dickson Samuel - 1844 13 July - MM
 
Fined 40/- for non appearance at Court as juror



19153 Dickson Samuel - 1845 29 November Morpeth MM
 
Storekeeper



20077 Dickson Samuel - 1846 24 January Morpeth MM
 
Stores robbed



24107 Dickson Samuel - 1846 23 September Morpeth MM
 
Subscriber for the Irish Relief Fund



25202 Dickson Samuel - 1846 28 October Maitland MM
 
Calling for public meeting to discuss the re-introduction of transportation



33703 Dickson Samuel - 1847 14 August Morpeth MM
 
Made donation to the Irish and Scottish Relief Fund



34371 Dickson Samuel - 1847 25 August Maitland MM
 
Made donation towards building a Presbyterian Church and School House



37727 Dickson Samuel - 1848 12 January Morpeth MM
 
Subscriber for the widow of James McDonald who was drowned at the H.R.S.N. Company's wharf in October



43370 Dickson Samuel - 1848 12 July Morpeth MM
 
James Smith found guilty of stealing children's shoes from Dickson's shop



59058 Dickson Samuel - 1849 13 October Morpeth MM
 
Two story stone store occupied by Samuel Dickson at rental of 40 pounds per annum for sale



71944 Dickson Samuel - 1850 2 January Maitland MM
 
Spirit Merchant License



76120 Dickson Samuel - 1846 25 March Morpeth MM
 
Storekeeper. Witness in Carter v. Eales



76848 Dickson Samuel - 1850 7 September Maitland MM
 
Requesting public meeting to consider the adjourned resolutions before the Legislative Council on the renewal of transportation



78135 Dickson Samuel - 1850 11 September Morpeth MM
 
Witnessed Margaret Mayo using indecent language in Swan Street



81010 Dickson Samuel - 1851 4 January - MM
 
Marriage of Samuel Dickson of Morpeth to Miss Jessie Strachan, youngest daughter of late Robert Strachan on 25th December. Officiating clergy Rev. W. McIntyre



81919 Dickson Samuel - 1851 12 February Maitland MM
 
Granted Spirit Merchants license



83794 Dickson Samuel - 1851 4 June Maitland MM
 
Offering reward to any person who finds a remunerative gold field in any locality beneficial to the town of Maitland



85227 Dickson Samuel - 1851 16 August - MM
 
Campaigning for George Robert Nichols to represent the Northumberland Boroughs in the Legislative Council



89400 Dickson Samuel - 1852 17 April - MM
 
Made donation to the Maitland Hospital



104280 Dickson Samuel - 1851 4 January Maitland MM
 
Marriage of Miss Jessie Strachan youngest daughter of the late Robert Strachan of Gelston Lodge Kirkcudbrightsire to Samuel Dickson of Morpeth. Officiating minister Rev. William McIntyre. 25th December




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