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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
91932 Lowe William - 1863 Clarence Town Australian Almanac
 
  Magistrate
 
95421 Lowe William - 1852 16 October Glen William MM
 
  Signed public letter to Mr. & Mrs. Madgwick thanking them for their efficient manner of educating children and wishing them success at 'the place to where the Board of National Education moved them'
 
95866 Lowe William - 1852 30 October Glen William MM
 
  Letter thanking William Lowe, David Blain and others who signed Testimonial to Mr. Madgwick
 
98448 Lowe William - 1853 12 March Clarencetown MM
 
  Witness at the trial of Fitzarthur Hogue, William Smith and Henry Gaggin
 
98661 Lowe William - 1853 19 March Clarencetown MM
 
  Advertising farms to let
 
101216 Lowe William - 1833 24 August Williams River SG
 
  Signature on petition to Legislative Council by Hunter River district inhabitants regarding the 'Summary Punishment Bill'
 
108440 Lowe William - 1836 4 May Williams River GG 1836
 
  Partnership between James Marshall and William Lowe of Williams River (shipbuilders) dissolved by mutual consent. All claims or debts to be sent to William Lowe. Witness W.L. Dowling
 
117536 Lowe William - 1839 30 March Paterson GG 1839
 
  Sidy Mahomed Maccors per 'Symmetry' absconded from service
 
119589 Lowe William - 1839 16 October Clarencetown GG
 
  Sidy Mahomed (Maccors?) per Symmetry absconded from service
 
121189 Lowe William - 1864 Clarencetown Australian Almanack
 
  Magistrate
 
124799 Lowe William - 1835 1 July Williams River NGE
 
  Ann Davis per 'Caroline' assigned servant
 
125660 Lowe William - 1863 12 February Clarence town SMH
 
  Justice of the Peace. Commissioned to give consent to the marriages of minors
 
128245 Lowe William - 1836 - 37 Paterson GRC
 
  Margaret Murphy per 'Hooghley' assigned servant
 
136350 Lowe William - 1836 11 February Patterson's Plains SH
 
  Signed address to John Wighton on the occasion of Wighton's resignation as Chairman of the Association for the suppression of Cattle Stealing
 
138209 Lowe William - 1866 16 October Deptford, William River MM
 
  Marriage of Gavin Ralston Esq., of Ahalton and Agnes Margrette, second daughter of William Lowe Esq., J.P., on 9th October 1866. Minister Rev. John L. McSkimming, of Singleton Free Church
 
142113 Lowe William - 1867 Deptford, Clarence town Bailliers Official Postal Directory p. 84
 
  Farmer
 
142364 Lowe William - 1870 25 October Clarence town MM
 
  Robert Newson sentenced to 3 yrs hard labour in Maitland Gaol for stealing 4 calves belonging to William Lowe. Witnesses Edwin Frederick Lowe, Constable Ward, Morgan Blandford, Orland Vaisey, Charles O'Neil, Kate Newson, George Newson
 
155253 Lowe William - 1873 27 November Deptford, Clarencetown MM
 
  Marriage of Donald Charles,, third son of Daniel Capel of Piedmont, Barraba to Fanny Wilhelmina, fourth daughter of William Lowe of Deptford Clarencetown on 19 Nvoember 1873. Minister Rev. W.S. Donald
 
179194 Lowe William - 28 February 1840 Newcastle gaol Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 136
 
  Johanna Kiely per Margaret assigned to Mr. Lowe on 28 February1840
 
180686 Lowe William - 11 November 1835 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books, 1833-1836 (Ancestry)
 
  Ann Davis alias Davison, per Caroline, assigned to William Lowe of Clarencetown, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct.....William Lowe testified....Yesterday morning about 12 oclock, I sent the prisoner on shore from the new steam vessel Ceres, to get some clothes washed and to return immediately she had given them to the washerwoman. She came on board about sunset quite tipsy, noisy and abusive. I was obliged to sent for a constable and give her in charge...Prisoner gave no defence. Guilty. Sentenced to 14 days in the cells and returned to government
 
 
 
 
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