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1). Apothecaries working in Maitland in the 1840's

William Lipscomb
  
Charles Vavasour Earle 
 
William Mutlow

William Townley Pinhey



2). A Trip to Maitland in 1826


3).  Bushranger Index 


4).  Colonial Events


5).  Colonial History 


6).  Colonial Military Officers


7).  Convict History


8).  Edward Denny Day - Police Magistrate


9).  Hannan House


10).  History News Feeds


11). 
Hunter Valley History


12). 
Hunter Valley Place Names


13).  Hunter Valley Settlers Index


14).  Hunter Valley Settlers - Map 2  


15)
Hunter Valley Steamers 


16).  Inns & Hotels in Maitland


17).  Maitland Gaol


18).  Maitland Hospital

 
19).  Medical Practitioners 1830s & 40s.....

 
20).  Map Links


21).  Molly Morgan - Convict & Innkeeper


22).  Morpeth History Links


23).  Police Force in Maitland


24).  Probable Usefulnessby Sister Rita King   Page 2  Page 3  Page 4 


25).  Reminiscences of Maitland


26).  Rev Edward Griffith



27).   Robert Lorn Pattison


28).  Sarah Morris - from mother to convict to publican  - By descendant Janelle Collins



Residents in Maitland 1840's....
Bailey, Samuel
Beckett, Isaac
Blain, Rev. Robert
Capper, E.P.
Clift, Samuel
Cohen, Samuel
Cox, James
Cridland Charles
Dee, Thomas
Dodd, Alexander
Crummer, Major Henry
Eales, John
Eckford, William
Garven, Rev. John Hill
Ikin, Henry - Cabinet maker 
Keddie, Robert
KingKing William Francis
Kingsmill, John
Levien, Alfred
Levy, Lewis W.
Lonsdale, George
McLelland, Thomas
Nicholson, William
Pilcher, Henry I
Portus, John
Potts, Lawrence
Reeves, Henry
Rourke, Henry - Tanner
Rusden, Rev. George Keylock
Smith, Samuel - Coach Driver
Stack, Rev. William
Stilsby, James - Coach driver
Turner, John
Whittaker, Charles
Wilkinson, Alexander
Yeomans, George



 

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