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Item: 150342
Surname: Crawford (nee Wiseman)
First Name: Mary
Ship: -
Date: 1868 3 June
Place: Millfield
Source: Australian Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records
Details: Marriage of James Crawford (b. 1840 in Maitland, son of Thomas Crawford and Mary Wiseman) and Sarah Eliza Sneden (b. 1847 in Maitland, dau. of James Robert Sneden and Susan Swan)


 
Item: 87279
Surname: Jemmy and Richard Wiseman (Indigenous)
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 27 December 1851
Place: West Maitland
Source: Maitland Mercury
Details: Natives of the Sugarloaf tribe apprehended for the murder of Jackey. Discharged


 
Item: 102229
Surname: McCormick (Wiseman)
First Name: Mary
Ship: Diana 1833
Date: 1833
Place: Newcastle
Source: Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle
Details: Marriage of John Wiseman aged 52 and Mary McCormick aged 50


 
Item: 4557
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1842 19 March
Place: East Maitland
Source: HRG
Details: Opened butchering establishment at East & West Maitland and Morpeth


 
Item: 6131
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1832
Place: Frog Hollow
Source: 1832 Directory N.S.W.
Details: -


 
Item: 7026
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1843 25 March
Place: Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Action taken against Livingston on promises for goods bargained for . Damages 69


 
Item: 34295
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1819 19 March
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: Master of the 'Mary'. Accused by Henry Burton of taking two cedar logs from Newcastle


 
Item: 130460
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: -
Ship: -
Date: 1839 16 December
Place: Jerrys Plains
Source: SH
Details: Wife gave birth to a daughter


 
Item: 98233
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: Andrew
Ship: -
Date: 1853 5 March
Place: Wollombi
Source: MM
Details: Contributed to Testimonial to Rev. Whinfield


 
Item: 141706
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: Andrew
Ship: -
Date: 1867
Place: Glencoe
Source: Baillier's Post Office Directory p.46
Details: Landowner


 
Item: 21361
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: Captain
Ship: -
Date: 1846 11 April
Place: -
Source: MM
Details: William IV Steamer


 
Item: 60025
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: Captain
Ship: -
Date: 1849 1 December
Place: Newcastle
Source: MM
Details: Captain of the steamer 'Phoenix'. Rescued the 'Lady Clarke' from the reef off Nobbys. Received 20 reward


 
Item: 95112
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: Captain
Ship: -
Date: 1852 6 October
Place: -
Source: MM
Details: 300 guineas presented to Captain Wiseman from the proceeds of the sale of the Clarence Steamer


 
Item: 182607
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: Constable John
Ship: -
Date: 5 January 1833
Place: Invermein
Source: Invermein Court of Petty Sessions. Deposition Books 1833 -1834 (Ancestry)
Details: Charles Dix, per ship Isabella, assigned to John Bingle, charged with leaving his station without permission. John Bingle states that about three weeks ago the prisoner came down from his station without permission stating that he wanted a shirt when he had been furnished with a shirt only two months before and likewise a pair of trousers and subsequently a pair of shoes and a frock. The prisoner came into my service about the month of May. The prisoner reported himself sick to the sheep overseer and said that a cart must go up to the station for him.....John Tuckey, states - I am sheep overseer to Mr. John Bingle. The prisoner left his station without permission about a month ago, about a fortnight ago when I was at the station he reported himself so sick that it was necessary a cart should go up and bring him down. I then told him to come down, he said he could not walk. I then said he must wait until a dray could bring him. He however, did not wait but started by himself and came the first day as far as Mr Coxens, not less than ten miles, and the next day came home to the farm....John Wiseman, constable stated that on Saturday last after being at court the prisoner went home the same day Mr. Bingle ordered me to take the prisoner in charge and desired me to observe how he walked. I did so, he kept up with me at the rate of three miles an hour and except that he walked with his legs wide apart, he walked as well as I could. The prisoner in his defence states he has been twice out for the gravel and is still affected with that complaint and that is the reason he cannot work.....The Bench are of opinion that he disobeyed orders by leaving his station without permission and although he had the complaint of which he complains, not to such an extent as he states. The Bench find Charles Dix guilty and sentence him to 14 days solitary confinement in the cells at Newcastle and to be returned to his master, being in the first instance taken to the surgeon for examination


 
Item: 182703
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: Constable John
Ship: -
Date: 16 February 1833
Place: Invermein
Source: Invermein Court of Petty Sessions. Deposition Books 1833 -1834 (Ancestry)
Details: Joseph Pollock per ship Marquis of Huntley, assigned to William Dangar, charged with being absent from his station....John Wiseman, constable states - Last Thursday week I was in Robert Saltwell s hut on Capt. Dumaresq s estate when the prisoner came out of the corn and came into the said hut. I asked him if he had been to Mr. Buttons and he told me he had not. I asked him where he had been and he said it was no business of mine. I asked him if he had seen anything of Mr. Camerons man, he said he saw him one evening standing against the stockyard when he was milking the cow. I told him I wished I could see him. He told me he would go home and grind him a peck of wheat and give him 7lbs of meat and send him over the mountain sooner than I should see him. He told me when I went for him yesterday that he had seen Mr. Camerons man go past his hut door last Sunday evening....The prisoner states in his defence that on his return from the station he went to Capt. Dumaresqs overseer and asked for Robert Saltwell. He told me he was in the hut by the brook and I went down to pay him for a hog which I had bought of him...The Bench find the prisoner guilty of leaving his station and of being insolent to the constable and sentence him to receive thirty six lashes


 
Item: 182967
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: Constable John
Ship: -
Date: 15 May 1833
Place: Invermein
Source: Invermein Court of Petty Sessions. Deposition Books 1833 -1834 (Ancestry)
Details: James Thompson, free by servitude, charged with offering a horse for sale not his own property. John Wiseman, constable, states - I found the prisoner offering a horse for sale which I knew to be the property of Mr. Archibald Bell and I therefore took him in charge. The prisoner states in his defence that he was tipsy and that he did not sell the horse. The Bench admonish him to be more cautious and dismiss the case


 
Item: 64903
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: Constable John
Ship: Larkins 1817
Date: 1832 2 February
Place: Invermein
Source: SG
Details: Appointed constable and scourger


 
Item: 149299
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: Cordelia (Delia)
Ship: -
Date: 1916 19 February
Place: Branxton General Cemetery
Source: Australian Cemeteries Index
Details: Wife of John. nee Hollands. Died aged 73


 
Item: 127708
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: Edward Dickey
Ship: -
Date: 1862 12 December
Place: Campbells Hill Burial Ground
Source: Maitland Burial Records
Details: Died age 25


 
Item: 98236
Surname: Wiseman
First Name: Elizabeth J
Ship: -
Date: 1853 5 March
Place: Wollombi
Source: MM
Details: Contributed to Testimonial to Rev. Whinfield



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