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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
91290 Wagden Joseph - 1852 17 July West Maitland MM
 
Saddler of West Maitland. Placed obituary in the paper on the death of Richard Hunt, his wife and four children killed in the Gundagai floods



143761 Wagden Joseph - 1859 12 February Newcastle MM
 
John Thomas Nightingale found guilty of feloniously stealing a money order, the property of Joseph Wagden and James Burgess Hogg at Newcastle. Witnesses Alexander Laman, John Edward Stacy, Edward Redman



174680 Wagden Joseph - 1855 Dwelling house, Hunter St. Newcastle NMH
 
On a list of electors in the police district of Newcastle who had the right to vote for elections in the county of Northumberland in 1855. Printed in the Newcastle Morning Herald 19 July 1911



35234 Wagdon Joseph - 1847 11 September Paterson MM
 
Requesting a Public meeting to adopt a petition to the Legislative Council against the breaking up of the Paterson Police District



85098 Wagdon Joseph - 1851 16 August Maitland MM
 
Campaigning for George Robert Nichols to represent the Northumberland Boroughs in the Legislative Council



89898 Wagdon Joseph - 1852 19 May - MM
 
Death of James Wagdon aged 80 yrs in Goulburn. Father of Joseph Wagdon, saddler and harness maker of West Maitland



99817 Wagdon Joseph - 1855 3 October Scotch church Newcastle MM
 
Marriage of James Maker to Miss Mary Maria, eldest daughter of Joseph Wagdon, saddler of Newcastle on 24 September. Officiating clergy Rev. James Nimmo



99821 Wagdon Joseph - 1855 20 October Scotch Church Newcastle MM
 
Marriage of Benjamin Wells to Miss Mary Ann, youngest daughter of Joseph Wagdon, saddler and harness maker of Newcastle on 16 October. Officiating clergy Rev. James Nimmo



127636 Wagdon Joseph - 1853 19 November Maitland MM
 
John McLeod, for many years a tennant farmer under Andrew Lang of Dunmore. Brother in law of Joseph Wagdon of West Maitland. Drowned aged 38 at Newcastle in endeavouring to save the lives of the crew of the brig 'Fanny'




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