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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
123133 Caldwell Chief Constable Samuel - 1843 3 October Muswellbrook GG
Appointed Inspector of Distilleries

9991 Caldwell Samuel - 1843 16 December Muswellbrook MM
Chief constable

14100 Caldwell Samuel - 1830 - -
Soldier and mounted policeman

14101 Caldwell Samuel - 1846 Aberdeen -

35202 Caldwell Samuel - 1847 11 September Aberdeen MM
Innkeeper. Witness in trial of Edward Courtney

51247 Caldwell Samuel - 1849 14 February Aberdeen MM
Innkeeper of the Albert Hotel. Witness in trial of George Ward

60351 Caldwell Samuel - 1849 8 December Singleton MM
Samuel Caldwell publican's license transferred to the Fitzroy Hotel

60395 Caldwell Samuel - 1849 12 December Singleton MM
Formerly of the Albert Hotel at Aberdeen. Opening the Fitzroy Hotel in Singleton

73704 Caldwell Samuel - 1850 20 April Singleton MM
Granted licence for the Fitz Roy Hotel

75752 Caldwell Samuel - 1850 6 July Patrick Plains MM
Petitioning Reverend Rigney to convene meeting to decide the best means of obtaining co-operation from Catholics at Liverpool Plains to contribute to building the new church at Patrick's Plains

79881 Caldwell Samuel - 1850 13 November Singleton MM
Departing from the district. Auctioning household furniture and other effects connected with the Fitzroy Hotel

80586 Caldwell Samuel - 1850 7 December Singleton MM
Leaving for New England. Transfer of publican's license for the Fitz Roy Hotel transferred to William Waterford

80947 Caldwell Samuel - 1851 1 January Walcha New England MM
Opening the Apsley Inn

83166 Caldwell Samuel - 1851 16 April Walch, New England MM
Brother in law John Spence died aged 21 in Sydney

96751 Caldwell Samuel - 1852 22 December Walcha MM
Offering reward for apprehension of John Hickey

96823 Caldwell Samuel - 1852 29 December On horseback from and to Bendemeer and Walcha once a week MM
Won contract to provide mail service

98337 Caldwell Samuel - 1853 9 March Walcha, New England MM
Thomas Hickey found not guilty of abducting Caldwell's daughter Elizabeth who was 15 yrs old and found in Sydney with Hickey's brother John

110018 Caldwell Samuel - 1842 11 June Maitland Quarter Sessions SG
Native of the colony. Found guilty of burglary and sentenced to be transported to a penal settlement for 15 years but recommended for mercy

135058 Caldwell Samuel - 1857 5 February St. Mary's Cathedral Sydney MM
Marriage of Mr. B. Fittock, late of Deptford, England and Elizabeth Agnes, second daughter of Mr. S. Caldwell of New England on 31st January 1857. Minister Rev. J. McLennan

172260 Caldwell Samuel - 22 September 1855 - MM
Leaving the district of New England where he conducted the Apsley Hotel at Walcha. Opening the Morpeth Hotel at Morpeth

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