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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
123936 McPhail Thomas - 1855 8 October Trinity Church SMH
 
Marriage of Thomas McPhail of Newcastle to Emma Elizabeth, eldest daughter of James Brown of Morpeth on 4th October. Officiating minister Rev. F. Ashwin



135332 McPhail Thomas - 1854 4 February Newcastle MM
 
Signed address to Dr. Bowker on the occasion of Bowker's return to England



135342 McPhail Thomas - 1852 11 December Newcastle MM
 
Drowned at sea in the schooner Harriette on the night of 22nd August last. Second son of Thomas McPhail of Newcastle. Aged 20



135391 McPhail Thomas - 1855 15 December Newcastle MM
 
Signed petition supporting Edward Flood in the forthcoming elections



173827 McPhail Thomas - 4 April 1902 Christ Church Burial Ground, Newcastle NMH
 
Not the least interesting to the older generation of Newcastle folk are five graves which recall some of Newcastles early schools and schoolmasters. A much later dominie was Mr. Thomas McPhail who kept school where Mr. McDonald now resides in Newcomen Street. Both Mr. C.H. Hannell and John Scholey were scholars there and have a kindly recollection of the old schoolmaster, whose two children were buried in the churchyard as far back as 1853 and 1868. A surviving daughter is Mrs. James Fletcher



174598 McPhail Thomas - 1855 Dwelling house, Newcomen Street, Newcastle NMH
 
On a list of electors in the police district of Newcastle who had the right to vote for elections in the county of Northumberland in 1855. Printed in the Newcastle Morning Herald 19 July 1911



174438 McPhaill Thomas - 1855 Freehold. Address - near Cottage Bridge NMH
 
On a list of electors in the police district of Newcastle who had the right to vote for elections in the county of Northumberland in 1855. Printed in the Newcastle Morning Herald 25 October 1911




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