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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
54110 Latham Constable William - 1837 14 March Newcastle BB
 
  Witness in court case of Francis Shuter (Shooter)
 
106216 Latham Elizabeth and William - 1840 March Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Marriages. p6
 
  Witnesses at the marriage of Edward YOung and Sarah Kennewell
 
13392 Latham William - 1844 26 October Newcastle MM
 
  Employed as 'marker' for Aust. Agricultural Co.
 
13593 Latham William - 1844 30 November Newcastle MM
 
  Sent for Dr. Bowker to attend to Joseph Sewell
 
14275 Latham William - 1845 18 January Newcastle MM
 
  Bag of coal stolen from Latham by John Burns
 
17283 Latham William - 1845 28 June Newcastle MM
 
  Licence for the Union Inn transferred from Mrs. Sarah Tighe
 
19032 Latham William - 1845 8 November Newcastle MM
 
  Expressing regret that Peter Grant's seat in Legislative Council declared vacant
 
23095 Latham William - 1846 29 August Newcastle MM
 
  Licenced victualler Hunter Street. Insolvent
 
28690 Latham William - 1847 31 March Newcastle MM
 
  Insolvent estate
 
54474 Latham William - 1837 12 May Newcastle BB
 
  Overseer at Australian Agricultural Company works. Witness at court case of Thomas Thomas
 
55198 Latham William - 1843 23 September Newcastle MM
 
  Overseer employed by A.A. Co. Testfied that W. Hargraves was idle, passionate and reckless man
 
106256 Latham William - 1840 December Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Marriages p10
 
  Witness at the marriage of James Sleigh and Louisa Evenson.
 
124934 Latham William - 1837 6 November Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
  David Jackes, Christopher Eggleshaw, Thomas Causer, all assigned to the A.A. Co. charged with having property in their possession for which they could not account. (a hat owned by Joseph Bates and made by William Latham) Egglestone and Causer discharged. Jackes remanded for further investigation
 
140142 Latham William - 1838 26 December Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
  Henry Patrick sentenced to 14 days solitary confinement for disobeying the orders of William Latham who had ordered him to the barracks
 
180427 Latham William - 10 July 1835 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books, 1833-1836 (Ancestry)
 
  Joseph Hudson assigned to the A.A. Company, charged with neglect of duty...Overseer William Latham testified...Yesterday the prisoner should have gone down the pit which he did not do. He absented himself and could not be found until two oclock in the afternoon. No defence. Guilty. Sentenced to 50 lashes
 
180445 Latham William - 14 July 1835 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books, 1833-1836 (Ancestry)
 
  Joseph Emmerson assigned to the A.A. Company charged with being out after hours....Constable Rouse testified...On Saturday night last about half past nine the prisoner was in the street without a pass. I put him in the watch house. Overseer William Latham testified...The soap and tobacco was issued to the prisoner about seven oclock. He was mustered at eight oclock on Saturday evening and ought not to have been out after that time. Joseph Emerson found guilty and sentenced to 75 lashes.
 
180543 Latham William - 29 September 1835 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books, 1833-1836 (Ancestry)
 
  Francis Shooter, per Bengal Merchant, assigned to the A.A. Company charged with neglect of duty and disobedience of orders.....William Latham testified....The prisoners work in the pit is to wheel from twenty four to thirty skips of coal. This morning he went to his work at the usual time. He had some altercation with the men in the pit about the wagon he formerly did his work with. He told the underground overseer he would not do his work unless he had the wagon. The wagon did not belong to him, he was sent up from the pit by the overseer to Mr. Steele. Mr. Steele gave him his choice of five other waggons. He positively refused to go down into the pit to do his work. He left the works and went to the barracks. Mr. Steele ordered me to send him to court. I was present when Mr. Steele offered him the other waggons and heard him refuse Mr. Steele. Three out of the five waggons were whole and fit for work. Guilty. Sentenced to 50 lashes
 
107235 Latham William and Elizabeth - 1841 14 June Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral Newcastle. Burials p6
 
  Infant son William Thomas died aged 1 yr 8mths 3 weeks. Burial date
 
143967 Latham William Thomas - Born 22 September, Baptised 18 October 1840 Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms p. 4
 
  Baptism of William Thomas, son of William and Elizabeth Latham
 
106168 Laythom (?Latham) William Royal George 1828 1839 July Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Marriages p3
 
  Marriage of William Laythom aged 32 and Elizabeth Kennewell aged 19. Witness at marriage Ann Boylan and Edward Sleigh
 
 
 
 
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