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Item:18203
Surname:Smith
First Name:Capt. Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:-
Date:1845 16 August
Place:Black Creek
Source:MM
Details:Subscriber for the buildng of Black Creek Church
Item:23011
Surname:Smith
First Name:Captain Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:-
Date:1846 19 August
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Steward at Maitland Races
Item:140952
Surname:Smith
First Name:Captain Charles Ferdinand Hamilton & Elizabeth
Ship:-
Date:1889 24 December
Place:East Branxton
Source:MM
Details:Death of Elizabeth, relict of the late Captain Charles F. Hamilton Smith of the 28th regiment of Infantry on 3rd December 1889. Aged 71 years
Item:16018
Surname:Smith
First Name:Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:-
Date:1845 19 April
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Justice of the Peace
Item:18890
Surname:Smith
First Name:Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:-
Date:1845 18 October
Place:Hunter River
Source:MM
Details:'Enghien'. Horse missing.
Item:21374
Surname:Smith
First Name:Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:-
Date:1846 11 April
Place:Hunter River
Source:MM
Details:Enghiem. Notice in paper requesting return of a book
Item:56942
Surname:Smith
First Name:Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:-
Date:1849 21 July
Place:Harper's Hill
Source:MM
Details:To let for three years - the farm of 'Enghien'
Item:66079
Surname:Smith
First Name:Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:-
Date:1839 16 January
Place:Oswald, Luskintyre
Source:SH
Details:28th Regiment. Married 10th January to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late William Harper
Item:86588
Surname:Smith
First Name:Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:-
Date:1851 29 October
Place:Wee Waa
Source:MM
Details:On list printed in the Gazette for New Commission of the Peace
Item:97357
Surname:Smith
First Name:Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:-
Date:1853 9 February
Place:-
Source:MM
Details:Notice re sale of cattle. George Pounder to Thomas G. Dangar. Witness C.F. Hamilton Smith
Item:111990
Surname:Smith
First Name:Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:-
Date:1837 4 October
Place:Newcastle
Source:BB
Details:Magistrate in Newcastle
Item:111991
Surname:Smith
First Name:Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:-
Date:1838 11 December
Place:-
Source:SG
Details:Appointed Magistrate
Item:140413
Surname:Smith
First Name:Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:-
Date:1862 22 July
Place:Oswald, Hunter River
Source:MM
Details:Died on 19th July 1862 aged 53 years. Late Captain of 28th regt., and only son of the late Colonel Charles Hamilton Smith of Plymouth, England
Item:163356
Surname:Smith
First Name:Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:Westmoreland 1835
Date:-
Place:-
Source:Design & Art Australia Online
Details:Son of Lieut-Colonel Charles Hamilton Smith.
Item:43360
Surname:Smith
First Name:Charles Ferdinand Hamilton Esq.,
Ship:-
Date:1848 12 July
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Magistrate at Maitland Quarter Sessions
Item:108052
Surname:Smith
First Name:Lieutenant Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:-
Date:1836 20 January
Place:-
Source:GG 1836
Details:Military officer of 28th regiment in command of Guards placed over Ironed gangs. Appointed Magistrate.
Item:112002
Surname:Smith
First Name:Lieutenant Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:-
Date:1838 15 December
Place:-
Source:The United Service Magazine
Details:Appointed Captain by purchase vice Symons who retired. 28th regiment
Item:163357
Surname:Smith
First Name:Lieutenant Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:-
Date:1835
Place:On board the Westmoreland convict ship
Source:Surgeon's Journal. Westmoreland. National Archives
Details:28th regiment. Lieut. Smith, aged 25, Subaltern of the guard; disease, psora; put on sick list, 3 June 1835, discharged 6 June 1835 to duty.
Item:141438
Surname:Smith
First Name:Mrs. Charles Ferdinand Hamilton
Ship:-
Date:1867
Place:Enghien
Source:Baillier's Post Office Directory p.56
Details:Landowner

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