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Item: 117552
Surname: Scott
First Name: Captain David Charles Frederick
Ship: -
Date: 23 March 1839
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: GG 1839
Details: John Newins per Henry absconded from service


 
Item: 117880
Surname: Scott
First Name: Captain David Charles Frederick
Ship: -
Date: 2 January 1839
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: GG 1839
Details: David Williams per ship Albion absconded from service


 
Item: 119426
Surname: Scott
First Name: Captain David Charles Frederick
Ship: -
Date: 1839 14 August
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: GG
Details: James Neville per 'Earl Grey' absconded from service


 
Item: 119437
Surname: Scott
First Name: Captain David Charles Frederick
Ship: -
Date: 1839 21 August
Place: Bengall
Source: GG
Details: 24 convict labourer, 1 convict top sawyer and 1 convict indoor servant assigned to Captain Scott at Bengalla


 
Item: 120736
Surname: Scott
First Name: Captain David Charles Frederick
Ship: -
Date: 1839 19 June
Place: -
Source: GG
Details: Timothy Donovan per 'William Jardine' absconded from service


 
Item: 127566
Surname: Scott
First Name: Captain David Charles Frederick
Ship: -
Date: 1840 23 December
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: GG
Details: Assigned servant Thomas McGlynn per 'Forth' apprehended after absconding from service


 
Item: 147457
Surname: Scott
First Name: Captain David Charles Frederick
Ship: -
Date: 1838 23 May
Place: St. James Church, Sydney
Source: The Sydney Monitor
Details: Marriage of Captain David Charles Frederick Scott, Bombay Light Cavalry, to Maria Jane, second daughter of Major George Barney, Commanding Royal Engineers, Sydney on 17th May 1838


 
Item: 11222
Surname: Scott
First Name: David Charles Frederick
Ship: -
Date: 1844 13 April
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: MM
Details: Appointed Commissioner of Court of Requests.


 
Item: 23939
Surname: Scott
First Name: David Charles Frederick
Ship: -
Date: 1846 19 September
Place: Merton & Muswellbrook
Source: MM
Details: Appointed Commissioner of Court of Requests


 
Item: 74476
Surname: Scott
First Name: David Charles Frederick
Ship: -
Date: 1843 6 September
Place: Merton and Muswellbrook
Source: CO
Details: Councillor of District Council


 
Item: 81019
Surname: Scott
First Name: David Charles Frederick
Ship: -
Date: 1851 4 January
Place: Sydney
Source: MM
Details: Appointed magistrate


 
Item: 119261
Surname: Scott
First Name: David Charles Frederick
Ship: -
Date: 1839 29 June
Place: County of Brisbane. Near Wybong
Source: GG 1839
Details: 2560 acres authorised by Sir Geoge Gipps 26th July 1838 and possession given on 26th September


 
Item: 119693
Surname: Scott
First Name: David Charles Frederick
Ship: -
Date: 1830 6 November
Place: Parishes of Clanricard and Ellis. County of Brisbane
Source: GG
Details: 2560 acres promised by Sir George Gipps 11th August 1838 to W.H. Geary and advertised at Captain Geary's request for David Charles Frederick Scott


 
Item: 121690
Surname: Scott
First Name: David Charles Frederick
Ship: -
Date: 1842 1 April
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: GG
Details: Henry Eldridge per 'Eleanor' apprehended after absconding


 
Item: 168869
Surname: Scott
First Name: David Charles Frederick
Ship: -
Date: 31 October 1865
Place: ?Sydney
Source: Empire
Details: Holt v. Scott. Action for assault and false imprisonment in which Thomas Holt, Esq., J.P., plaintiff and David Charles Frederick Scott Esq., police magistrate was the defendant. Damages laid at 5000 pounds


 
Item: 168870
Surname: Scott (obit.,)
First Name: Captain David Charles Frederick
Ship: -
Date: 19 May 1881
Place: -
Source: Sydney Morning Herald
Details: We have to chronicle the death of Captain Scott, which occurred on May 16, who had held the position of Police Magistrate at the Central Police Court for about a quarter of a century. Mr David Charles Frederick Scott was first appointed under the colonial Government on the 27th February, 1849. He was commissioned as a magistrate of the Metropolitan Police Court on the 13th July, 1860. and although five years have elapsed since he did active duty, ho retained that appointment until the time of his death. About five years ago, in consequence of failing health, he relinquished magisterial work, being granted sick leave. Deceased was born in Scotland. He married a daughter of the late Colonel Barney, R.E. Both Mr. Scott and his estimable wife displayed much zeal in connection with the establishment of the Lisgar Protestant Orphan School. Mr. Scott was also instrumental in initiating a poor-box, which was erected at the Central Police Court. Deceased was of a very benevolent and urbane disposition, and was always ready to afford assistance to persons who were in want of it.



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