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Item:158539
Surname:Fraser
First Name:Captain Simon
Ship:-
Date:1849 28 February
Place:-
Source:SMH
Details:Death of Lieut. Hollinsworth 10th Regt on 3 October at Moultan from the effects of wounds received in battle. Son in law of Captain Fraser of the 80th regt., who 'gloriously fell while leading his company to the charge at Ferozeshah'
Item:4151
Surname:Fraser
First Name:Lieutenant Simon
Ship:-
Date:1842 10 February
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Accused of being remiss in not sending a party of soldiers to pursue bushrangers.
Item:4563
Surname:Fraser
First Name:Lieutenant Simon
Ship:-
Date:1842 19 March
Place:Newcastle
Source:HRG
Details:In charge of the Stockade at Newcastle
Item:10442
Surname:Fraser
First Name:Lieutenant Simon
Ship:-
Date:1841
Place:Newcastle District
Source:1841 Census Index
Details:No. 3 Stockade, Nobby Island. 95
Item:38397
Surname:Fraser
First Name:Lieutenant Simon
Ship:-
Date:1842 2 April
Place:Newcastle
Source:HRG
Details:Ordered 50 lashes to nightwatchman over tools at the breakwater & one of the boat's crew for working for an independant individual
Item:43208
Surname:Fraser
First Name:Lieutenant Simon
Ship:-
Date:1842 28 May
Place:Newcastle
Source:HRG
Details:Returning with his regiment to headquarters in Sydney
Item:74109
Surname:Fraser
First Name:Lieutenant Simon
Ship:-
Date:1842 25 May
Place:Newcastle
Source:CO
Details:Marriage of Edmund Robson Robson (Accountant, Bank of Australasia, Maitland) to Ann Maria, eldest daughter of Lieutenant S. Fraser, of the 80th Regiment on 7th May. Officiating minister Rev. C. Pleydell Wilton
Item:74117
Surname:Fraser
First Name:Lieutenant Simon
Ship:-
Date:1842 25 May
Place:Newcastle
Source:CO
Details:Captain John Armstrong, 99th regt. Appointed magistrate of the territory and assistant engineer at Newcatle stockade vice Lieutenant Fraser
Item:74231
Surname:Fraser
First Name:Lieutenant Simon
Ship:-
Date:1842 28 September
Place:St. Phillips Church, Sydney
Source:CO
Details:Marriage of Alexandra Flora 3rd daughter of S. Fraser of 80th Regiment to Colin McLeod on 17 September. Officiating minister Rev. Grylls
Item:124583
Surname:Fraser
First Name:Lieutenant Simon
Ship:-
Date:1841 23 December
Place:Newcastle
Source:SH
Details:Correspondence from Lieut. Fraser of the 80th regiment regarding conduct of the military at Newcastle
Item:158538
Surname:Fraser
First Name:Lieutenant Simon
Ship:-
Date:1841 2 March
Place:Newcastle
Source:Australasian Chronicle
Details:Lengthy correspondence from Frederick Lawson regarding the accusations against Lieutenant Simon Fraser of the 80th regiment
Item:158540
Surname:Fraser
First Name:Lieutenant Simon
Ship:-
Date:1840 24 March
Place:-
Source:Australasian Chronicle
Details:80th regiment. Appointed Magistrate
Item:158541
Surname:Fraser
First Name:Lieutenant Simon
Ship:-
Date:1841 25 May
Place:-
Source:SH
Details:On list of Officers on duty in the Colony in May 1841. Entered the army 7 March 1810
Item:158544
Surname:Fraser
First Name:Lieutenant Simon
Ship:-
Date:1841 18 December
Place:Newcastle
Source:SH
Details:Correspondence re disturbances at Newcastle and Lieut. Fraser's complaints
Item:93017
Surname:Fraser
First Name:Simon
Ship:-
Date:1852 25 August
Place:Newcastle
Source:MM
Details:Cabin passenger of the Lalla Rookh from Newcastle to Melbourne
Item:158536
Surname:Frazer (Fraser)
First Name:Lieutenant (?Simon)
Ship:Marquis of Hastings 1839
Date:1839 23 August
Place:Port Jackson
Source:Australasian Chronicle
Details:Lieutenant Frazer, 80th regiment, Mrs Frazer and 10 children passengers on the 'Marquis of Hastings' from London. Departed London 17 March and arrived Hobart 12 August where the male prisoners were landed
Item:124578
Surname:Frazer (Fraser)
First Name:Lieutenant Simon
Ship:-
Date:1841 1 December
Place:Newcastle
Source:SH
Details:Lieut. Frazer obliged to place sentry to protect is residence at Newcastle when a soldier of the 80th regt., and the Clerk of the Bench at Newcastle became intoxicated and violent

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