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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
9870 Sweetman William - 1843 2 December Wollombi MM
  Letter to MM stating regret the JM Townshend was ommitted from the published list of councillors for Wollombi
10767 Sweetman William - 1841 McDonald River 1841 Census Index
  McDonald River, Wollombi 42
30629 Sweetman William - 1844 6 July Wollombi MM
  Gave subscription for repair of roads and bridges in Wollombi
141612 Sweetman William - 1858 18 February St. Johns Church, West Maitland MM
  Marriage of George Sweetman, youngest son of William Sweetman of Wollombi to Miss Henrietta Casson, only daughter of Henry Casson of Cessnock on Tuesday 16th February 1858. Minister Rev. Dean Lynch
170347 Sweetman William Morley 1818 or Morley 1820 1825 Newcastle Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 20
  Employed by Mr. Stubbs
43088 Sweetman William Morley 1820 1828 Patrick Plains 1828 Census
  Aged 18. Came free. Shoemaker. Employed by Charles Hungerford