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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
65562 Simpson Mrs. Wakefield (Jessie) - 1838 12 March Presqueville SH
 
Birth at Presqueville near Maitland on 5th March Mrs. W. Simpson of a daughter



13880 Simpson Wakefield - 1835 6 January Maitland SG
 
Present at meeting at Albion Inn to discuss new Church site



13923 Simpson Wakefield - 1835 12 December - SG
 
Offering reward for apprehension of thief



31259 Simpson Wakefield - 1847 15 May - MM
 
Electoral list for County of Northumberland



32634 Simpson Wakefield - 1836 27 February Maitland SG
 
Married Miss Winder on 17 February 1836. Eldest daughter of T.W. Winder



40117 Simpson Wakefield - 1836 2 July Patrick Plains SG
 
Steward at Patrick Plains Races



41682 Simpson Wakefield - 1836 26 November - SG
 
Wife gave birth to a daughter on 24 November 1836



57487 Simpson Wakefield - 1835 16 May Maitland SG
 
Treasurer and secretary Maitland Races



64735 Simpson Wakefield - 1831 10 June Maitland Australian
 
Peter Cassidy sentenced to 7 yrs transportation for stealing 3 handkerchiefs from the store belonging to Simpson



64737 Simpson Wakefield - 1831 10 June Maitland Australian
 
John Hart found not guilty of stealing handkerchiefs from Wakefield's store



65213 Simpson Wakefield - 1835 6 January Maitland Australian
 
Present at a meeting at Albion Hotel re establishing a church at West Maitland



65243 Simpson Wakefield - 1835 12 May Maitland Australian
 
Treasurer and secretary of Maitland Races



93381 Simpson Wakefield - 1834 29 January - GG 1834
 
Wakefield, Simpson's claim for deed of grant to Patrick Malony. Grant No. 145 dated 6 November 1832



93916 Simpson Wakefield - 1834 28 May Situated at Maitland at Campbell's Hill, next to another piece of land called Campbell's five acres GG 1834
 
Gentleman. Claim to grant of land - 20 rods promised either to Houston Mitchell or Patrick Moloney



121803 Simpson Wakefield - 1842 6 May Parish of Maitland. Allotment 12 GG
 
Claim for Deed of Grant. 50 acres located on an order of Gov. Darling 23 December 1830 in favour of John Ewbank Simpson who sold to Wakefield Simpson, against whom the Sheriff sold to claimaint (Thomas White Melville Winder



122172 Simpson Wakefield - 1842 6 September - SMH
 
Insolvency proceedings



124639 Simpson Wakefield - 1834 29 September Maitland SH
 
Signed Petition to the Governor requesting that Maitland prison cells be built on the north side of Wallis Creek



130464 Simpson Wakefield - 1837 27 February - SH
 
Death of the infant daughter of Wakefield Simpson on 18 February



146370 Simpson Wakefield - 1865 19 April Presqueville near West Maitland SMH
 
Died on 11th April 1865 aged 66



153305 Simpson Wakefield - 1858 8 April near West Maitland Australian Deaths and Burials. Family Search Historical Records
 
Death of Edmund, son of Wakefield Simpson




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