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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
65616 May William Fairfield 1826 1828 Port Stephens 1828 Census
 
Came free. Servant employed by A.A. Company. Aged 24



65639 Merchant (Marchant) Richard Fairfield 1826 1828 Port Stephens 1828 Census
 
Servant aged 28. Came free. Employed as servant by A.A. company



20514 White James Fairfield 1826 1837 Edinglassie GRC
 
James Baldwin assigned servant



35761 White James Fairfield 1826 1828 Port Stephens 1828 Census
 
Came free. Superintendent for Australian Agricultural Company. Aged 25



67059 White James Fairfield 1826 1838 27 June Liverpool Plains, Muskie River. Residence Edinglassie, Upper Hunter River GG
 
Obtained license for depasturing stock beyond the boundaries of the colony on payment of fee



113331 White James Fairfield 1826 1837 Edinglassie GRC
 
Peter Heaton per 'Lloyds' assigned servant



124142 White James Fairfield 1826 1859 13 October St. Alban's Muswellbrook SMH
 
Marriage of John P. Luke of Newcastle and Sarah, eldest daughter of the late James White of Edinglassie, Muswellbrook on 14th September. Officiating minister Rev. F. Dashwood Bode




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