Home   Convict Ships   Hints   Sources

1  
# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
32619 Langham Samuel - 1836 6 February Newcastle SG
 
  Auditor for the Newcastle Mechanics Institute
 
52456 Langham Samuel - 1836 February Newcastle BB
 
  Purchased potatoes from W.W. Vitnell
 
80474 Langham Samuel - 1833 20 April Newcastle SG
 
  Presented address to the Governor on his visit to Newcastle
 
94995 Langham Samuel - 1852 2 October Newcastle MM
 
  Signed address to Edward Flood, representative of the NE Boroughs in the Legislative Council, showing support as he had sustained serious losses in the recent disastrous floods on the Murrumbidgee
 
101687 Langham Samuel - 1854 15 February Hunter Street Newcastle MM
 
  Death of Samuel Langham at his residence in Hunter Street on 11th February. Aged 46
 
101688 Langham Samuel - 1835 1 December Lot 28 Newcastle SG
 
  Title Deeds to grant of land. 15 perches
 
101767 Langham Samuel - 1834 28 October Newcastle SG
 
  Samuel Langham and John Butler Hewson, application for Town allotment No. 10 in Newcastle (on the east side of Watt street)
 
107737 Langham Samuel - 1854 14 February Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Burials p26
 
  Storekeeper. Died aged 46. Burial date
 
135337 Langham Samuel - 1854 4 February Newcastle MM
 
  Signed address to Dr. Bowker on the occasion of Bowker's return to England
 
173333 Langham Samuel - 24 November 1843 Newcastle gaol State Archives NSW; Gaol Entrance Book, Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757 (Ancestry)
 
  Admitted to Newcastle gaol as a debtor
 
180566 Langham Samuel - 8 October 1835 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books, 1833-1836 (Ancestry)
 
  Sarah Pitches, free by servitude. Charged with drunkenness....Constable William Rouse testified...Between nine and ten oclock last night, I saw the prisoner down on Mr. Reid s premises in company with six or seven of Mr. Reid s assigned servants. They were sober. No person complained of her excepting Samuel Langham who complained that her language near his door was disgusting. He had thrown water on her to drive her away. She is an habitual drunkard.....Samuel Langham testified....Last night between eight and nine oclock the prisoner was near my door; she was drunk and used abominable language in the hearing of my family; her expressions were obscene; she called Mr. Reid s baker a bloody bugger....Prisoner offered no defence...Guilty. to enter into sureties for good behaviour for six months under penalties of 10 pounds and to be committed to the gaol for one month
 
72079 Langham Samuel Royal Charlotte 1825 1832 7 November Newcastle Application to marry
 
  Free. Application to marry Ann Williams
 
101684 Langham Samuel Royal Charlotte 1825 1832 Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle
 
  Marriage of Samuel Langham aged 24 and Ann Williams aged 22 both from Newcastle
 
108665 Langham Samuel and Ann - 1833 3 February Abode: Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral Newcastle. Baptisms p18
 
  Occupation: Shop keeper. Baptism of daughter Georgiana
 
119574 Langham Samuel and Ann - 1844 9 September Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Burials p14
 
  Sarah, daughter of Samuel and Ann, died aged 2 years 10mths. Burial date
 
52252 Langham Samuel and Hannah - 1836 4 January Newcastle BB
 
  Assigned servant Eliza Fitzsimmons sentenced to 28 days in the cells and returned to govt. for striking Mrs. Langham with her fist
 
108882 Langham Samuel and Hannah - 1835 24 May Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms p.24
 
  Shopkeeper. Baptism of son James Henry
 
 
 
 
1