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Item:65562
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Mrs. Wakefield (Jessie)
Ship:-
Date:1838 12 March
Place:Presqueville
Source:SH
Details:Birth at Presqueville near Maitland on 5th March Mrs. W. Simpson of a daughter
Item:13880
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1835 6 January
Place:Maitland
Source:SG
Details:Present at meeting at Albion Inn to discuss new Church site
Item:13923
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1835 12 December
Place:-
Source:SG
Details:Offering reward for apprehension of thief
Item:31259
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1847 15 May
Place:-
Source:MM
Details:Electoral list for County of Northumberland
Item:32634
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1836 27 February
Place:Maitland
Source:SG
Details:Married Miss Winder on 17 February 1836. Eldest daughter of T.W. Winder
Item:40117
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1836 2 July
Place:Patrick Plains
Source:SG
Details:Steward at Patrick Plains Races
Item:41682
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1836 26 November
Place:-
Source:SG
Details:Wife gave birth to a daughter on 24 November 1836
Item:57487
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1835 16 May
Place:Maitland
Source:SG
Details:Treasurer and secretary Maitland Races
Item:64735
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1831 10 June
Place:Maitland
Source:Australian
Details:Peter Cassidy sentenced to 7 yrs transportation for stealing 3 handkerchiefs from the store belonging to Simpson
Item:64737
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1831 10 June
Place:Maitland
Source:Australian
Details:John Hart found not guilty of stealing handkerchiefs from Wakefield's store
Item:65213
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1835 6 January
Place:Maitland
Source:Australian
Details:Present at a meeting at Albion Hotel re establishing a church at West Maitland
Item:65243
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1835 12 May
Place:Maitland
Source:Australian
Details:Treasurer and secretary of Maitland Races
Item:93381
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1834 29 January
Place:-
Source:GG 1834
Details:Wakefield, Simpson's claim for deed of grant to Patrick Malony. Grant No. 145 dated 6 November 1832
Item:93916
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1834 28 May
Place:Situated at Maitland at Campbell's Hill, next to another piece of land called Campbell's five acres
Source:GG 1834
Details:Gentleman. Claim to grant of land - 20 rods promised either to Houston Mitchell or Patrick Moloney
Item:121803
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1842 6 May
Place:Parish of Maitland. Allotment 12
Source:GG
Details: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
Item:122172
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1842 6 September
Place:-
Source:SMH
Details:Insolvency proceedings
Item:124639
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1834 29 September
Place:Maitland
Source:SH
Details:Signed Petition to the Governor requesting that Maitland prison cells be built on the north side of Wallis Creek
Item:130464
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1837 27 February
Place:-
Source:SH
Details:Death of the infant daughter of Wakefield Simpson on 18 February
Item:146370
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1865 19 April
Place:Presqueville near West Maitland
Source:SMH
Details:Died on 11th April 1865 aged 66
Item:153305
Surname:Simpson
First Name:Wakefield
Ship:-
Date:1858 8 April
Place:near West Maitland
Source:Australian Deaths and Burials. Family Search Historical Records
Details:Death of Edmund, son of Wakefield Simpson

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