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Ebeneza Smith 23 hus (Cabin 18) Family after 43, Disqualified Painter and glazier Prot reads London, came 24 Dec 1841 on the Alexander
Fanny Maria Smith 24 wife of Ebenezer 19) Housekeeper Prot Both, came 24 Dec 1841 on the Alexander
Ebenezer Smith in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 30 June 1843
Ebenezer Smith, on the jury inquiring into death of Ellen Quirk. Source - Port Phillip Herald 1 Jul 1845
Ebenezer Smith glazier & c off Collins street, Source - 1847 Directory
Mr E Smith Departed from Launceston on 17 Apr 1839 for Port Phillip on the Enterprise
Edward Smith, departed from Launceston to Port Phillip on the brig 'Henry' 3 Dec 1840 - source Launceston Courier 7 Dec 1840
Edward Smith Master Sailed 1 Jan 1841 from Launceston for Portland, in 1841 Minerva
Edward Smith, 22 single man Shepherd Prot both Wiltshire came 19 Feb 1842 as Bounty Immigrants on the Regulus
Edward Smith, male wed Margaret Banco 1842 #35398 Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne
Edward Smith and Catherine Bruce of Moonee Ponds, parents of James Smith born 3 Nov 1842, when aged 7 days, was baptised on 10 Nov 1842 by Rev Daniel Macelvey at Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne Sponsors are Mary Ann Wilson - see my Chapman page for this event
Edward Smith and Catherine Bunce son James 1842-5 died, christened Mary 1844, Patrick 1845
Edward Smith 26 Mar 1844 unclaimed letter at Geelong post office
Edward Smith, departed from Port Phillip for Launceston on the brig 'Henry' 31 Dec 1844 - source Port Phillip Herald 2 Jan 1845
Mr E Smith cleared 31 Dec 1844 for Launceston arrived 10 Jan on the Henry, source local newspapers
Edward Smith aged 31 came Sep 1847 with 306 on the Joseph Somes with John 16
Edward Smith bullock driver Strathallan Darabin Creek, Source - 1847 Directory
EML Smith, appointed Reporter for the Melbourne Courier. Source - Melbourne Courier 16 June 1845
Edward Lynne M. Smith reporter to Argus Collins lane, Source - 1847 Directory
Eli Smith wed Margaret Connors in 1845 at Roman Catholic
Eliza Smith and Mary Connor christened Mary Anne 1846
Eleanor Smyth 18 (young woman 65) Housemaid Prot reads Derry, came 15 Jan 1841 on the Fergusson
Mrs Eliza Smith Cabin arrived 18 Jul 1840 from London on the Theresa
Eliza Smith wed William Millerd in 1843 at Presbyterian Portland
Elizabeth Smith christened Joseph Thomas 1841
Elizabeth Smith 17 ( (single woman 15) Housemaid Prot both Outer Hraw?, came 16 Dec 1841 on the William Mitchell
Elizabeth Smith wed John Ready in 1841 at Church of England St James, Melbourne
Elizabeth Smith sailed from Launceston 26 Aug 1843 for Portland Minerva
Elizabeth Smith wed John Wallace in 1843 at Presbyterian Melbourne & Geelong
Elizabeth Smith wed Thomas Shelly in 1847 at Church of England St James, Melbourne
Elizabeth Smith wed Walker Barber in 1847 at Church of England St James, Melbourne Letter at Post-office unclaimed 27th February, 1847
Elizabeth Sarah Smith wed Henry Harren in 1846 at Church of England St James, Melbourne
Elizabeth Smith wed John Carroll in 1847 at Presbyterian Portland
Emma Smith arrived at Port Phillip 1 Dec 1843 from London 11 July and arrived at Adelaide 9 Nov, Imaun of Muscat
Emma Maria Smith, only dau of John Smith of Birnuin Wood, Hunter River on 19 Aug by Rev Irving Hethrington to Charles H Dight of Port Phillip. Source - Melbourne Courier 3 Sep 1845
Ephra Smith, List 4, 30 Apr 1844 letter at the Melbourne Post Office. Source - Port Phillip Herald 7 May 1844
Eyphra Smith wed Solomon Masey in 1847 at Church of England St James, Melbourne
Mr E Smith at Melbourne arrived 19 Feb 1841, from Adelaide on the Agnes and Elizabeth
Francis Smith, came on John, TofL 3 June 1837, #37/822
Mr F Smith and Mr G Smith Departed from Hobart on 12 July 1839 for Port Phillip on the Agnes
George Smith Sailed from Launceston 21 Jan 1837 for Port Phillip on the Enterprise
George Smith, subscribed 2/2/- to the Testomonial to be presented to Captain Lonsdale, raising a total of 325 pounds 17s from 76 men. Source - Port Phillip Herald 31 Jan 1840 From on Monday, 15 September, 2008, I have info on this George Smith as later settling at Tootgarook, Western Port
Mr George Smith arrived 1-Jun 1840 from Hobart on 22 May on the Mary Hay - source Port Phillip Herald 2 June 1840
George Smith Carrencurrenalk Melbourne, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
George Smyth surveyor Yarra Yarra Melbourne, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
George Smith, of Melbourne, Gentleman, from Insolvencies, dated 18-Feb and 12-Feb 1842
George Smyth, 19 single man Bricklayer Prot, both Carthness shire arrived 9 Feb 1842 from Leith as Bounty Immigrants on the William Nicholl
George Smith, 23 single man Labourer RC, reads Rosseria, Bounty arrived 9 Feb 1842 from London on the Martin Luther
George Smith, male wed Bridget Sexton 1842 #3928 Presbyterian Portland
George Smith and Bridget Sexton christened James 1846, John 1847, Thomas 1847
George Smith Western District Monthly list of Depasturing Licenses for 1 to 30 Sep 1843
George Smith Western Port District License to depasture stock, for month of Sept 1844
George Smith aged 35 came Nov 1846 with 334 on the Maitland
George Smith aged 23 came Sep 1847 with 306 on the Joseph Somes
George Smith Letter at Post-office unclaimed 27th February, 1847 , Letters at Office 30th June 1847
George Smith 5 acres Normanby lot 18. Deeds 23 Jan 1847
George Smith brickmaker Batman's Swamp, Source - 1847 Directory
George Smith settler Toogarook Westertn Port, Source - 1847 Directory
George Brunswick Smythe was Officer-in-charge of the Port Phillip Police 1836
George Smith 9 November 1836 was then in occupation of Fawkner's public house, which was described as a weather-board building of 6 rooms, growing 3 acres wheat, vegatables. Had 500 sheep property of late Mr Charles Franks
George Smith, Melbourne, 1939 Directory of Port Phillip
G Smith, in Dec 1839 employed Patrick Crosdale aged 23, Labourer, who came on the William Metcalfe
G Smith, in Oct 1839 employed John Matheson aged 18, Waiter, who came on the David Clarke
George Smith, in Jan 1839 employed Hugh McDonald aged 34, Shepherd, who came on the Hope
George Brunswick Smyth wed 23 Nov 1839 to Constantina Matthews, witnesses Alexander HN Carrington, and JB Were at St James Cathedral, Melbourne
George B Smyth, subscribed 5/5/- to the Testomonial to be presented to Captain Lonsdale, raising a total of 325 pounds 17s from 76 men. Source - Port Phillip Herald 31 Jan 1840
George Brunswick Smyth Captain Boischerie River Plenty Melbourne, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
GB Smyth, Port Phillip Herald 22 Apr 1842 Page 1 advertisement - pleased Queen had a son
Mrs GB Smyth Cleared out 31 Jan 1843 from Port Phillip for London Aden
GB Smythe has a Deed of Grant received by Sub-Treasury, and ready for delivery upon payment of the regulated fees, source Melbourne Times, 18 March 1843, page 3, Government Notices
George Brunswick Smyth, freehold, Yarra Yarra The Port Phillip Herald Fri, 26 May 1843 District of Port Phillip Electoral List of 291 names
George Brunswick Smythe Yarra Yarra freehold List 10 Sep 1844 of Elector in Port Phillip 1 June 1844 to 31 May 1845
George Brunswick Smyth, one of 469 voters who qualified by Freehold in Yarra Yarra Electors List District of Bourke. Source - Melbourne Courier 8 Aug 1845
G.Bayley Smith Page 32 letters at Post Office 3 Feb 1847
GD Smythe, with 147 men, was presented to Sir George Gipps at a Levee, Mon 25 Oct 1841 in his honour. Source - Port Phillip Herald, 26 Oct 1841
George Douglas Smythe - Smyth Surveying by contract,
George John Smith Letter at Post-office unclaimed 27th February, 1847
George Self Smith came Jan 1846 with 59 on the Stratheden - George Self Smith, one of 154 convicts transported on the Stratheden, 31 July 1845 sentenced by the Suffolk Assizes He became an 'Exile' when he put foot on land in Port Phillip - was not permitted to return to UK for the period of his sentence.
George Self Smith wed Ann Thomas in 1847 at Methodist / Wesleyan Melbourne christened Mary Ann 1847
Georgiana Smith 25 (single woman 44) Housemaid Prot Edinburgh, came 2 Oct 1841 on the Thomas Arbuthnot
Miss Harriett Smith Arrived Launceston on 25 March 1837 from Port Phillip on the Domain
Henry Smith Convict came 1839 on the Theresa assigned to J N Mcleod
Henry Smith, one of 266 convicts transported on the Theresa, departed UK on 05 October 1838. Convicted at Stafford Quarter Session for a term of 7 years.
Henry Smith - convict came on the Theresa 1838, Ticket of Leave. Source:- Portland Police Magistrate Book, Page 99, 7 Jun 1843
Henry Smith on 18 June 1844 'Holding Ticket of Leave', in Portland Police Station records
Mr HJ Smith cleared out from Port Phillip 17 August 1843, for Port Albert Mariner
Henry William Hutchinson Smythe, Surveyor, Port Phillip, 1939 Directory of Port Phillip
H W H Smythe Wardy Yallock Geelong, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
Henry W H Smythe, and Jessia baptised Allen at Church Of England St James, Melbourne born at Melb 1842 #12945
Allen Smythe, died H 7m male Melbourne 1842 #3808 Church Of England St James, Melbourne
HWH Smythe, Survey Dept Tue 27 Jun 1843 Melbourne resident signed supporting William Lonsdale
Mr H Smith sailed 7-Oct 1840 from Launceston for Portland Bay on the Minerva
H.W. Hutchinson Smythe - Smyth Directory 1847 C. C. L. police station Broken River Correspondence Murray Gowangardee 4 1 Murray Borodomanem 11 42 Murray District, Correspondence Murray Gowangardee 4 1
Henry Smith wed Ellen Gaynor in 1841 at Church of England St James, Melbourne
Henry Smyth, and Ellen Genor baptised female Catherine at Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne born at Melbourne 1842 #132
Henry Smyth, and Ellen Genor christened Catherine 1842, Mary Anne 1844, Henry 1846
Harry Smith and Ellem Gaynor parents of Mary Anne Smith born 11 Mar 1844 and when aged 9 months 12 days, dau of Harry Smith was baptised on 23 Dec 1844 by Rev PB Geoghegan, Sponsors are James Waters and Martha Nolan - see my Chapman page for this event
Henry Smith in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 31 Jan 1843
Henry Smith boatman Batman's Swamp, Source - 1847 Directory
Henry Smith, 31 both was Dyer, trained as Mat maker married crime - Larceny 7 years convicted 2 Jan 1843, at Co C Court, received 17 Jan 1843, at Newgate, became an Exile and received a Royal Pardon 10 Oct 1844, arrived at Geelong 18 March 1845 on the Sir George Seymour, and went to Melbourne (List a142 and a15)
Henry Smith, arrived at Port Phillip from Launceston on the brig 'Scout' 20 Apr 1845 - source Port Phillip Herald 22 Apr 1845
Henry Smith aged 25 came Nov 1846 with 334 on the Maitland Letter at Post-office unclaimed 27th February, 1847
HA Smith, donated to the Building Fund for the new hospital - source Port Phillip Herald 1 March 1845
Henry Aaron Smith wed Jane Gaddip in 1846 at Church of England St James, Melbourne christened Emily Elizabeth 1847
Henry Arthur Smith merchant William street, Source - 1847 Directory
Holmes Smith wed Mary Tarbottom in 1844 at Church of England St James Melbourne
Holmes Smith and Mary Styles christened James 1846, Joseph 1845
Mr H Smith arrived 25 Sep 1841 at Sydney from Port Phillip on 23 Sep on the Sea Horse steamer
H Smith, departed from Launceston to Portland Bay on the schooner 'Minerva' 8 Oct 1840 - source Launceston Courier 12 Oct 1840
Mr H Smith arrived 25 Sep 1841 at Sydney from Port Phillip on 23 Sep on the Sea Horse
Mrs H Smythe in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 31 Jan 1843
Mr H Smith cleared 7 Mar 1844 from Sydney for Port Phillip and Launceston via Boyd Town and Broulee, on the Shamrock, source local newspapers
H Smith, jury to hear inquest on death of Ward Cole Verdict - accidental death. Source - Port Phillip Herald 6 Jan 1846
Mr HW Smythe in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 31 Jan 1843
Mr HA Smith cleared 9 Apr 1844 and sailed 10 Apr from Melbourne for Launceston on 11 Apr and Sydney on the Shamrock, source local newspapers
Mr HA Smith arrived 28 June 1844 from Sydney on 16 June Shamrock, source local newspapers
Mr HWH Smythe source MT 19 Feb 1843 Depasturing Licences in Portland Bay -
HWH Smythe Subscriber for the Organ at the Episcopal Church source PPH 28 Mar 1843
HWH Smyth Survey Dept on list of supporters of William Lonsdale, Sub-Treasurer source PPH 24 June 1843
Mr WHW Smyth, Esq was sworn in as a magistrate in the territory source PPH 24 Nov 1843
HWR Smythe Portland Bay District License to depasture stock, for month of Sept 1844
H.W.H Smyth C. C. L. police station Broken River, Source - 1847 Directory
Isaac Smith, Licensed to cut timber at County of Bourke July 1845. Source - Melbourne Courier 18 Aug 1845
Isaac Smith aged 20 came Nov 1846 with 334 on the Maitland
Isaac Smith farmer Brunswick, Source - 1847 Directory
Isabella Smith in list of unclaimed letters held at Post Office 31 March 1843
Isabella Smith arrived 28 Feb 1844 at Melbourne from Hobart, on the Lillias, source local newspapers
Isabella Smith, departed from Port Phillip for Portland Bay and Adelaide on the scooner 'Teazer' 17 May 1845 - source Port Phillip Herald 20 May 1845
Miss Bella Smith, No 8, letters at Melbourne Post Office. Source - Melbourne Courier 10 Sep 1845
Mr JEB Smith, B Smith, J Smith and C Smith with 2 children, Cabin passengers, all arrived 7 April 1840 on the Lord Goderich
James Smith Convict came 1836 on the Susan assigned to Mess'rs Ryder & Kirk
James Smith, one of 300 convicts transported on the Susan, 06 October 1835 and arrived 7 Feb 1836. Convicted at Central Criminal Court for a term of 7 years. indicted for stealing, on the 26th of November, 1 handkerchief, value 2s., the goods of William Percy; to which he pleaded GUILTY . Aged 15
James Smith convict came on the Susan 2 Certificates of Freedom are in Melbourne Police Office for collection, 2 Feb 1844 - source Port Phillip Herald
James Smith Susan 2 Certificates of Freedom are in Melbourne Police Office for collection, 2 Feb 1844 - source Port Phillip Herald
James Smith, Susan 2, Certificate of Freedom to be collected from Melbourne Post Office. Source - Port Phillip Herald 6 Feb 1844 and - Melbourne Weekly Courier 28 Feb 1845
James Smith Convict came 1837 on the Mangles assigned to Mr J Hodgson
James Smith, one of 310 convicts transported on the Mangles, 18 March 1837 arrived 10 July 1837. Convicted at Central Criminal Court for a term of 7 years. Aged 17, Charged with simple larceny, 2nd February 1835, indicted for stealing, on the 31st of January, 16lbs. of paper, value 8s., the goods of Benjamin West.
BENJAMIN WEST . I am a bookbinder, and live in St. James's-walk, Clerkenwell. I know nothing of the prisoner; but on the 31st of January I lost this paper—on the 29th, a gentleman, who resides in the lower part of my premises, informed me that there were two suspicious looking characters in my passage—I set a watch on the landing of my house, where this property and some other was placed—on the Saturday the lad who I set to watch, gave me an alarm—I went out, and saw the prisoner running, and the lad after him—he took him and brought him back
James Smith, one of 310 convicts transported on the Mangles, 18 March 1837. Convicted at Central Criminal Court for a term of 7 years. GUILTY of breaking and entering, but not burglariously. burglary, 11th May 1835
WILLIAM HUGGINS . I am a fishmonger, and live in Black-horse-fields, at Haggerston, in the parish of St. Leonard, Shoreditch. On the evening of the 20th of April, I left my house with my wife, about seven o'clock—I left nobody in the house—I returned about half-past eight o'clock, and heard my dog bark—I found my gate fastened, but my window opened, and a light in my room on the ground floor—I got along the rails by the ditch, looked into the room, and saw the prisoner searching my drawers all over, going from one drawer to another—I had left the house locked up and closed—my wife had locked it up, but not in my presence—I found the street-door and yard-door locked when I returned, and I am sure the window was down when I went out—I got over the pales—he was so busily engaged he did not observe me—I got to the window, looked at him for some minutes, and then said, "What do you do here?" with that he blew the candle out; and I said, "You had better come out, it is of no use stopping there"—he made a rush all in a moment to come out—I had seen him putting things into one pocket and another pocket before the candle See original Click to see original was put out—he blow the candle out when I spoke to him, and made a rush out of the window—I caught hold of him; he resitted a little, he kicked and pinched me several times—I said, "It is of no use"—he could not get from me—he tried to get over the palings, but I pulled him back again—I kept him there, and called the police
James Smith 4 February 1837 secretary of the subscribers for the erection of a wooden church in William Street, between Little Collins and Bourke Street
James Smith 27 May 1838 conducted Church of England services until the arrival of a resident Anglican minister in October 1838
Mr James Smith arrived at Launceston Mon 9 May 1836 from Port Phillip, and departed from Launceston Mon 9 May 1836 for Port Phillip, on the Henry
Mrs James Smith and family Sailed from Hobart 4 Oct 1836 for Port Phillip, on the Adelaide
James Smith Departed from Hobart on 10 Sep 1838 for Port Phillip on the Adelaide
James Smith Arrived at Sydney on 29 Oct from South Australia on 2 Oct and Portland Bay on 25 Oct on the Hope
James Smith Departed from Hobart on 18 Apr 1839 for Port Phillip on the Sir John Franklin
James Smith painter and glazier at Melbourne
James Smith wife Hannah dau Sarah Ann Smith born 5 Feb 1840 baptised 8 Mar 1840 at Melbourne Wesleyan Mission
James Smith witness to wedding 17 Dec 1839 Daniel Stodhart Campbell to Catherine Morris Smith at St James Cathedral, Melbourne
James Smith witness to wedding 17 Dec 1839 Robert Russell to Mary Anne Smith at St James Cathedral, Melbourne
James Smith witness to wedding 23 Dec 1839 Charles Stone to Emma Hurlstone at St James Cathedral, Melbourne
James Smith, subscribed 5/5/- to the Testomonial to be presented to Captain Lonsdale, raising a total of 325 pounds 17s from 76 men. Source - Port Phillip Herald 31 Jan 1840
Sarah Ann Smith born 5 Feb 1840 dau of James Smith wife Hannah baptised 8 Mar 1840 at Melbourne Wesleyan Mission
Mr James Smith arrived 6 Jan 1840 from Launceston 28 Dec, on the Gem
James Smith, arrived from Launceston on the Charlotte on 20 Feb 1840. Source - Port Phillip Herald 25 Feb 1840
James Smith 26, 82 single man, Taylor, came Apr 1840 on the Glen Huntly
James Smith 22, 30 single man, Gardener Aberdeen Prot both, came Sep 1840 on the Himalaya
Mr J Smith and wife arrived 17 Jun 1840 from Sydney 13 May on the Emma
Mr J Smith arrived 23 Apr 1840 from Lauceston on 14 April, on the Henry
Mr J Smith arrived 23 Mar 1840 from Launceston 21 Mar, on the Gem
James Smith arrived 20-Feb 1840 from Launceston on the Charlotte
James Smith 26 (single man 33) Taylor, came 17 April 1840 on the Glen Huntley
James Smith sailed 6-May 1840 for Hobart on the Lillias
J Smith arrived 10-Jun 1840 from Sydney 24 May, on the Jewess
James Smith 22 (single man 30) Gardener, Prot both, Aberdeen, came 30 Sept 1840 on the Himalaya
James Smith wed Christian/Christina Stewart in 1841 at Presbyterian Melbourne & Geelong christened James Gershorn W 1842, Catherine Cecili 1844
James Smith (1796-1860), a minister's son who had emigrated from Scotland in 1840 and was teaching at a day school in Collins Street Congregational Church vestry. They had eight children. In 1845 the Smiths moved to Rivoli Bay south (Greytown), an isolated port in south-eastern South Australia, where Christina was the sole European woman.
In 1854 the family moved to a small farm near Mount Gambier. Despite her frail physique, Christina supplemented their income by undertaking physically demanding work on nearby sheep runs. Next year the Smiths opened a night school where they nurtured Aboriginal orphans and taught adults of mixed race until James's death on 4 January 1860. Due to an epidemic and loss of support, however, only four students remained in 1867 and the school closed in 1868 to become a home for Aborigines.
Mr James Smith departing 4 Aug 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip, on the Scout
Mr J Smith arrived 25 Sep 1841 at Sydney from Port Phillip on 23 Sep on the Sea Horse
Mr J Smith departed 20 Oct 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip, William Hughes
Mr James Smith departed 20 Oct 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip, William Hughes
James Smith, with 147 men, was presented to Sir George Gipps at a Levee, Mon 25 Oct 1841 in his honour. Source - Port Phillip Herald, 26 Oct 1841
James Smith agent for the Registrar of the Supreme Court and secretary to the Melbourne Fire and Marine Asurance Company Collins-street Melbourne, source 1841 Kerr's Almanac transcribed by Lenore Frost
James Smith, 24 single man Labourer Prot, both Perth, Bounty arrived 23 Aug 1842 from Greenock on the Manlius
James Smith, Port Phillip Herald 22 Apr 1842 Page 1 advertisement - pleased Queen had a son
James Smith, wed Eliza Little 1842 #738 Presbyterian Melbourne & Geelong
James Smith, and Christina baptised male James Gershorn W at Independent Melbourne born at Melbourne 1842 #1092
James Smith, Jury enpannelled 11 May, p3 - 21 May 1842 Melbourne Times
James Smith, Port Phillip Herald 13 Dec 1842 Page 2 standing for office of Town Treasurer
James Smith Arrived at Launceston 27 Feb from Portland, Minerva
James Smith Sailed from Launceston 28 Feb for Portland, Minerva
James Smith source CE sailed from Launceston 7 Mar for Portland, schooner Minerva
James Smith has a Deed of Grant received by Sub-Treasury, and ready for delivery upon payment of the regulated fees, source Melbourne Times, 18 March 1843, page 3, Government Notices
James Smith Cleared out from Port Phillip 8 April 1843 for Launceston arrived 11 April then Sydney Sea Horse
James Smith house Alfred place off Collins St LaTrobe Ward 225 voters Voters in the town of Melbourne 1 June 1843 to 1 June 1844 source PPH 16 May 1843
James Smith house Collins St Lonsdale Ward 239 voters Voters in the town of Melbourne 1 June 1843 to 1 June 1844 source PPH 16 May 1843
James Smith freehold Yarra Yarra Electors in District of Port Phillip source PPH, 6 June 1843
James Smith JP on list of supporters of William Lonsdale, Sub-Treasurer source PPH 27 June 1843
James Smith sailed from Launceston 26 Aug 1843 for Portland Minerva
James Smith House Bourke Lane Burgess in Bourke Ward source PPH 8 Sep 1843
James Smith House Collins St Burgess in Lonsdale Ward source PPH 8 Sep 1843
James Smith House Off Collins Lane Burgess in LaTrobe Ward source PPH 8 Sep 1843
James Smith JP resident Melbourne subscribed in advance to Arden'sColonial Magazine source PPH 12 Sep 1843
James Smith News - Special Petty Sessions His Worship the Mayor Chairman source PPH 17 Oct 1843
James Smith, Burgess for La Trobe Ward. Source - Port Phillip Herald 5 Nov 1844
James Smith, departed from Port Phillip for Launceston on the brig 'Henry' 31 Dec 1844 - source Port Phillip Herald 2 Jan 1845
James Smith, donated to the Building Fund for the new hospital - source Port Phillip Herald 1 March 1845
James Smith, Geelong Post Office has an unclaimed letter. Source - Geelong Advertiser 28 May 1845
James Smith, one of 469 voters who qualified by Freehold in Malop St Electors List District of Bourke. Source - Melbourne Courier 8 Aug 1845
James Smith, one of 469 voters who qualified by Freehold in Yarra Yarra Electors List District of Bourke. Source - Melbourne Courier 8 Aug 1845
Jane Smith, 5, Jannett Smith, 3 c2 Glasgow, Bounty arrived 23 Aug 1842 from Greenock on the Manlius
James Smith wed Alice Ryan in 1843 at Roman Catholic Melbourne & Geelong christened Mary 1843, Sarah 1844, Celina Alicia 1846
James Smith wed Eliza Little in 1842 at Presbyterian Melbourne & Geelong christened John 1844
James Smith, The Port Phillip Herald Tue, 16 May 1843 in jury to hear civil case for 13 May
James Smith, freehold, Yarra Yarra The Port Phillip Herald Fri, 26 May 1843 District of Port Phillip Electoral List of 291 names voted in election 20 June 1843, during first hour, 9-10am Tue 27 Jun 1843 Melbourne resident signed supporting William Lonsdale
James Smith, Esq JP made 29 vists to Melbourne Gaol in year of 1843. Source - Port Phillip Herald 30 Jan 1844
James Smith, selling all and leaving the district. Source - Port Phillip Herald 19 Jan 1844
James Smith 1 Deed of Grant ready when fee is paid 9 Jan 1844
James Smith Master Sailed 1 Jan from Launceston for Portland, in 1841 Minerva
James Smith a householder or proprietor of south-western Ward of Melbourne in list dated 12 Oct 1841, requesting meeting to elect representatives for Melbourne Market .
James Smith Melbourne District 23 Apr 1844 voted 2-3 pm election of Representatives for Legislative Council
James Smith cleared 22 May 1844 and sailed 23 May from Melbourne for Portland on the Sally Ann, source local newspapers
James Smith Malop St Geelong freehold List 10 Sep 1844 of Elector in Port Phillip 1 June 1844 to 31 May 1845
James Smith Portland freehold List 10 Sep 1844 of Elector in Port Phillip 1 June 1844 to 31 May 1845
James Smith Yarra Yarra freehold List 10 Sep 1844 of Elector in Port Phillip 1 June 1844 to 31 May 1845
James Smith and Emma christened George Edmund 1845
James Smith Gaol Visiting Magistrate
James Smith and Hannah christened Harriet Amelia 1841, Mary Jane 1843, Ebenezer 1846
James Smith and Isabella christened James 1847
James Smith wed Isabella Mcpherson in 1841 at Church of England St James, Melbourne
James Smith wed Mary Ryan in 1847 at Roman Catholic St Francis, Melbourne
James Smith Savings' Bank Trustees Accountant Letter at Post-office unclaimed 7 April 1847
James Smith aged 30 came May 1847 with 338 on the Sir Thomas Arbuthnot Letters at Post Office Jan 1847
James Smith aged 24 came Nov 1846 with 334 on the Maitland
James Smith Owned Property Malop Street Geelong - Freehold Property
James Smith boatman Williams Town, Source - 1847 Directory
James Smith boot & shoemaker Swanston street, Source - 1847 Directory
James Smith carter off Flinders lane, Source - 1847 Directory
James Smith J.P. secy. to Savings' Bank Merri Creek, Source - 1847 Directory
James Alexander Smith freehold Bourke Lane Bourke Ward 212 voters Voters in the town of Melbourne 1 June 1843 to 1 June 1844 source PPH 16 May 1843
Jas Wm Smith 1st Mate (Staff 3), came 4 Oct 1841 on the Enmore
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