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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
176876 Lowe Lieut. Nathaniel - 17 September 1828 Launceston SG
 
  Married - At Launceston on 4th September, by Special License, Nathaniel Lowe Esq.k ( of the 40th regiment and Tully in Ireland) to Elizabeth, second daughter of the Hon. Edward Abbott, Civil Commandant of Port Dalrymple
 
17584 Lowe Lieutenant Nathanial - 1826 1 August Wallis Plains -
 
  40th Regiment. Charged with the murder of Aborigine Jacky Jacky
 
63420 Lowe Lieutenant Nathaniel - 1826 23 February Wallis Plains The Australian
 
  Detachment of mounted police under Lieutenant Lowe of 40th reg. arrived at Wallis Plains
 
63596 Lowe Lieutenant Nathaniel - 1827 23 May - The Australian
 
  40th regiment. Found not guilty of the murder of native Jackey Jackey
 
78357 Lowe Lieutenant Nathaniel - 1826 24 June Patrick Plains Australian
 
  With a party of mounted police, in pursuit of natives who murdered government servants of Dr. Bowman's
 
162561 Lowe Lieutenant Nathaniel - 28 July 1826 Hunter River The Monitor
 
  The black Newcastle native who murdered the man at Dr. Bowman's farm, was shot by a party of the mounted police last week
 
168030 Lowe Lieutenant Nathaniel - 6 March 1829 Hobart Colonial Times Hobart
 
  Juryman in the cases of John Salmon and David Brown
 
168031 Lowe Lieutenant Nathaniel - 11 May 1827 Newcastle SG
 
  Private examination took place at the Police Office at Sydney in the case of Lieutenant Lowe who was accused of originating the death of a black native 'at Newcastle.. Lieut. Lowe is a gentleman universally esteemed for his mildness and humanity and he had great difficulty to encounter from the hostile and ferocious conduct of the blacks at the time the transaction is said to have taken place'
 
168032 Lowe Lieutenant Nathaniel - 23 May 1827 - The Australian
 
  Nathaniel Lowe a Lieutenant in his Majesty's 40th regiment stood indicted for the wilful murder of native black named Jackey Jackey alias Commandant alias Jeffery at Wallis Plains in August 1826. The Jury retired for about five minutes and returned with a verdict of not guilty. Loud and general applause accompanied this announcement of the verdict. The numerous friends of Lieut. Lowe crowded round to congratulate him on the happy termination of the trial. A second burst of applause was given as he triumphantly left the court
 
5962 Lowe Nathaniel - 1827 18 May Wallis Plains R v. Lowe - SC
 
  Lieutenant in 40th Regiment indicted for murder of Aboriginal Jacky Jacky
 
5980 Lowe Nathaniel - 1827 18 May - R v. Lowe - SC
 
  Found not guilty
 
176877 Lowe Nathaniel - 6 March 1829 Hobart Colonial Times, Hobart
 
  Jury member at Supreme Court
 
176878 Lowe Nathaniel - 9 May 1854 Jersey The Courier (Hobart)
 
  Death - at Jersey, 16th January 1854, wife of Nathaiel Lowe Esquire and second daughter of the late Major Abbott
 
176879 Lowe Nathaniel - 23 October 1875 Canada Sydney Morning Herald
 
  Death - During April, in Canada, Nathaniel Lowe Esq., of Lowville, Late of H.M. 40th regiment, served at Waterloo and at the occupation of Paris by the Allies, grandson of the late Right Hon. Richard Hamilton Viscount Boyne, and uncle of Hamilton Lowe, Esq. of H.M. Customs in this city
 
 
 
 
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