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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
105526 Lawn Catherine and Charles - 1854 4 January Hinton MM
Employed Margaret Shea as their servant

23508 Lawn Charles - 1846 16 September - MM
Subscriber for the Irish Relief Fund

25602 Lawn Charles - 1846 11 November Morpeth MM
Fined 20/- for employing a runaway

37359 Lawn Charles - 1848 1 January Morpeth MM
Wheelwright. Seriously injured when he fell from a dray laden with cedar

74787 Lawn Charles - 1850 11 May Hinton MM
Said to have struck Hector Lamont in a fight at the Victoria Hotel

74935 Lawn Charles - 1850 25 May Morpeth MM
Thomas Harrington and Charles Lawn committed for trial for assaulting James Sommerville

75407 Lawn Charles - 1850 29 June Maitland Bench MM
To be tried at Maitand Quarter Sessions for assault with intent

75668 Lawn Charles - 1850 3 July Morpeth MM
Sentenced to 18mths in Maitland gaol with hard labour for wounding James Summerville on the head, face and neck with intent to do him grievous bodily harm

75678 Lawn Charles - 1850 3 July - MM
W. Scott gave character reference. Had known Lawn well for 12 or 14 years and stated that he had been an excellent tradesman, industrious and quiet in his demeanour

97202 Lawn Charles - 1853 2 February Maitland MM
Fined 40s for assaulting Philip McGrane. McGrane had attacked Lawn's wife's uncle Mr. Magner

105524 Lawn Charles - 1854 4 January Hinton MM
Blacksmith. Wife Catherine aged 24 years committed suicide

112272 Lawn Charles - 1854 1 March Hinton MM
Sentenced to 24 hours imprisonment for disorderly conduct after attempting to gain access to the hotel of James Cox after hours with several other men