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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
18203 Smith Capt. Charles Ferdinand Hamilton - 1845 16 August Black Creek MM
 
  Subscriber for the buildng of Black Creek Church
 
23011 Smith Captain Charles Ferdinand Hamilton - 1846 19 August Maitland MM
 
  Steward at Maitland Races
 
140952 Smith Captain Charles Ferdinand Hamilton & Elizabeth - 1889 24 December East Branxton MM
 
  Death of Elizabeth, relict of the late Captain Charles F. Hamilton Smith of the 28th regiment of Infantry on 3rd December 1889. Aged 71 years
 
16018 Smith Charles Ferdinand Hamilton - 1845 19 April Maitland MM
 
  Justice of the Peace
 
18890 Smith Charles Ferdinand Hamilton - 1845 18 October Hunter River MM
 
  'Enghien'. Horse missing.
 
21374 Smith Charles Ferdinand Hamilton - 1846 11 April Hunter River MM
 
  Enghiem. Notice in paper requesting return of a book
 
56942 Smith Charles Ferdinand Hamilton - 1849 21 July Harper's Hill MM
 
  To let for three years - the farm of 'Enghien'
 
66079 Smith Charles Ferdinand Hamilton - 1839 16 January Oswald, Luskintyre SH
 
  28th Regiment. Married 10th January to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late William Harper
 
86588 Smith Charles Ferdinand Hamilton - 1851 29 October Wee Waa MM
 
  On list printed in the Gazette for New Commission of the Peace
 
97357 Smith Charles Ferdinand Hamilton - 1853 9 February - MM
 
  Notice re sale of cattle. George Pounder to Thomas G. Dangar. Witness C.F. Hamilton Smith
 
111990 Smith Charles Ferdinand Hamilton - 1837 4 October Newcastle BB
 
  Magistrate in Newcastle
 
111991 Smith Charles Ferdinand Hamilton - 1838 11 December - SG
 
  Appointed Magistrate
 
140413 Smith Charles Ferdinand Hamilton - 1862 22 July Oswald, Hunter River MM
 
  Died on 19th July 1862 aged 53 years. Late Captain of 28th regt., and only son of the late Colonel Charles Hamilton Smith of Plymouth, England
 
163356 Smith Charles Ferdinand Hamilton Westmoreland 1835 - - Design & Art Australia Online
 
  Son of Lieut-Colonel Charles Hamilton Smith.
 
43360 Smith Charles Ferdinand Hamilton Esq., - 1848 12 July Maitland MM
 
  Magistrate at Maitland Quarter Sessions
 
108052 Smith Lieutenant Charles Ferdinand Hamilton - 1836 20 January - GG 1836
 
  Military officer of 28th regiment in command of Guards placed over Ironed gangs. Appointed Magistrate.
 
112002 Smith Lieutenant Charles Ferdinand Hamilton - 1838 15 December - The United Service Magazine
 
  Appointed Captain by purchase vice Symons who retired. 28th regiment
 
163357 Smith Lieutenant Charles Ferdinand Hamilton - 1835 On board the Westmoreland convict ship Surgeon's Journal. Westmoreland. National Archives
 
  28th regiment. Lieut. Smith, aged 25, Subaltern of the guard; disease, psora; put on sick list, 3 June 1835, discharged 6 June 1835 to duty.
 
141438 Smith Mrs. Charles Ferdinand Hamilton - 1867 Enghien Baillier's Post Office Directory p.56
 
  Landowner
 
 
 
 
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