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Item:173860
Surname:Smith
First Name:Commander Samuel H
Ship:-
Date:19 April 1902
Place:Christ Church Burial Ground, Newcastle
Source:NMH
Details:A visiting shipmaster is buried beneath a stone upon which is written - Sacred to the memory of Samuel H. Smith, late commander of the barque Annie, son of Hodgson Smith Esq., Shipowner of Scarborough Yorkshire, England who died at Newcastle August 15 1871 aged 29
Item:57919
Surname:Smith
First Name:Mrs. Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1849 1 September
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Injured when she fell from her horse
Item:80856
Surname:Smith
First Name:Mrs. Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1851 1 January
Place:West Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Gave birth to a daughter on 30th December at her residence
Item:14625
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1845 22 February
Place:Morpeth
Source:MM
Details:Unclaimed letter at Sydney Post Office
Item:19907
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1845 27 December
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Hiring out carriages. Next door to Albion Inn
Item:35575
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1847 22 September
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Moved to premises lately occupied by R.P. Forester, High Street. Hiring horses, carriages, gigs etc
Item:36224
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1847 20 October
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Subscription towards building a Free Presbyterian Church and School
Item:38799
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1848 12 February
Place:West Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Gave subscription for repairs to St. Mary's Church
Item:39594
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1848 25 March
Place:West Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Business of hiring Carriages, Gigs and Saddle horses operating for 3 yrs. High St., two doors from the Bucks Head Inn
Item:39611
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1848 29 March
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Fined 5/- for allowing a horse to roam about the streets
Item:41024
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1848 3 May
Place:Morpeth/ Singleton
Source:MM
Details:License to run a two wheeled carriage to be drawn by two horses between Morpeth and Singleton. 4 passengers. Called 'The Sociable'
Item:43926
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1848 26 July
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Charged with rescuing 4 horses which had been impounded by Terence McGuire. Case dismissed
Item:44257
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1848 16 August
Place:Maitland and Morpeth
Source:MM
Details:Obtained a license from the Bench to run an omnibus between West Maitland and Morpeth
Item:46271
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1848 7 October
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Took out 3 carriage licences
Item:46787
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1848 28 October
Place:West Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Gave subscription for the purchase of a fire engine, hose etc
Item:49298
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1848 15 November
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Charged rival coach drivers William Samson and John Turner with threatening behaviour
Item:49338
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1848 18 November
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Horses with coach started for home without the driver
Item:49805
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1848 6 December
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Fined 5 for not having his name clearly printed on the side of his coach
Item:49813
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1848 6 December
Place:Maitland
Source:MM
Details:Fined 5/- for allowing a goat to stray about the street
Item:49944
Surname:Smith
First Name:Samuel
Ship:-
Date:1848 16 December
Place:Singleton and Morpeth
Source:MM
Details:License of the 'Sociable' carriage changed from Samuel Smith to Samuel Smith & Frederick Williams

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