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Item: 99372
Surname: Levien
First Name: Alfred
Ship: -
Date: 1853 20 April
Place: Rose inn Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Calling for tenders to build a new stable, re-paint and shingling. Required immediately


 
Item: 99867
Surname: Levien
First Name: Alfred
Ship: -
Date: 1853 11 May
Place: Rose Inn, West Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Granted publican's license subject to the condition that the stabling he had contracted to build be erected


 
Item: 99875
Surname: Levien
First Name: Alfred
Ship: -
Date: 1853 11 May
Place: Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Charged employee Patrick Croasdill with absenting himself from work. Croasdill sentencedto 7 days imprisonment


 
Item: 99955
Surname: Levien
First Name: Alfred
Ship: -
Date: 1853 14 May
Place: Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Amusing advertisement re his publican's license for the Rose Inn


 
Item: 99958
Surname: Levien
First Name: Alfred
Ship: -
Date: 1853 14 May
Place: Rose Inn, Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Engaged Mr. S. Benner of Church of England principles to instruct his two children. Benner also permitted to instruct two or three other children as well


 
Item: 100514
Surname: Levien
First Name: Alfred
Ship: -
Date: 1853 1 June
Place: Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Fined 5s for keeping pigs within forty yards of the public street


 
Item: 102622
Surname: Levien
First Name: Alfred
Ship: -
Date: 1853 6 July
Place: Rose Inn, West Maitland
Source: MM
Details: New stables completed


 
Item: 105591
Surname: Levien
First Name: Alfred
Ship: -
Date: 1854 7 January
Place: Rose Inn, Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Advertising to employ private tutor for 2 youths aged 11 and 9


 
Item: 122642
Surname: Levien
First Name: Alfred
Ship: -
Date: 1843 28 April
Place: Maitland
Source: GG
Details: Insolvency proceedings in the partnership of Simeon Joseph Cohen and Alfred Levien, Storekeepers


 
Item: 124647
Surname: Levien
First Name: Alfred
Ship: -
Date: 1834 29 September
Place: Maitland
Source: SH
Details: Signed Petition to the Governor requesting that Maitland prison cells be built on the north side of Wallis Creek


 
Item: 134904
Surname: Levien
First Name: Alfred
Ship: -
Date: 1855 2 May
Place: Rose Inn, West Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Granted Publican's License


 
Item: 145893
Surname: Levien
First Name: Alfred
Ship: -
Date: 1858 2 July
Place: Rock y River
Source: SMH
Details: Storekeeper. On list of owners of Estates surrendered or sequestrated from 1st April to 30 June 1858


 
Item: 173458
Surname: Levien
First Name: Alfred
Ship: -
Date: 10 Janaury 1844
Place: Singleton
Source: State Archives NSW; Gaol Entrance Book, Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757
Details: John Lucock Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Singleton charged with feloniously breaking into the dwelling house of Alfred Levien on Tuesday 2 January 1844. Sent for trial


 
Item: 183234
Surname: Levien
First Name: Alfred
Ship: -
Date: 25 September 1869
Place: West Maitland
Source: Sydney Mail
Details: Great Fire at West Maitland. Large range of buildings known as the Club Chambers occupied by Mr. Alfred Levien as a private hotel and boarding house.


 
Item: 183235
Surname: Levien
First Name: Alfred
Ship: -
Date: 6 October 1870
Place: At sea
Source: The Newcastle Chronicle
Details: Sudden Death of Mr. Alfred Levien. We deeply regret to have to record the death of our old and well-known fellow- townsman, Mr. Alfred Levien, which took place at sea, on board the barque Lion, on the 15th of last month. The following extract from a letter written by Captain Howard, of the above-named vessel, to a son of Mr. Levien s in Maitland, explains the sad occurrence: New Caledonia, Port Noumea, September 22nd, 1870. Dear Sir I am heartily sorry to have to inform you of the death of your father, who died on the 15th September and was buried at noon on the same day. He died at 3h. 30m., on the 15th instant. You may be sure that everything was done for him that could possibly be done under the circumstances. Your father went to bed as usual, telling your mother he would get up at twelve oclock, which he was doing, and asked her to give him a drink of water. Whilst she was get ting it for him he broke a blood-vessel and was dead in about two minutes. It gave me a fearful shock to see a friend I had parted with only a few hours before, in his usual health so suddenly a corpse. He would often want to know what puns he would put into his letter when he arrived here to send his old friend, the editor of the Maitland Mercury, about the passage, &c. Mr. Alfred Levien was a resident of Maitland, of nearly thirty years standing, and was probably known to almost every person in the locality. He took an active part in almost every public movement for the benefit of the town, not infrequently lending valuable aid in the capacity of secretary. Most movements of a social character in Maitland, received considerable aid from Mr. Levien, and his efforts to obtain the boon of a weekly half-holiday for the young men of the town, earned for him their gratitude, although those efforts were unsuccessful. He was an active member of the School of Arts, and he was connected with the Municipal, Council, in the capacity of auditor, for several years. One special characteristic of Mr. Levien, was his ready good humour, and his love of a jest ; it was scarcely possible to meet him without hearing a pun or a joke from his lips. He was charitable to the full extent of his means, and was always ready to assist the young men with whom he came in contact, with his purse as well as with shrewd advice. Mr. Levien was unfortunate in Maitland, having lost heavily through the burning of the Club Chambers. After a struggle in Sydney, he had resolved to settle in New Caledonia, whither he was proceeding when his awfully sudden death took place. Mrs. Levien, according to the letter of Captain Howard, was un decided as to how she intended to act, but had some idea of opening a boarding establishment at Noumea.


 
Item: 114420
Surname: Levien
First Name: Alfred and Rebecca
Ship: -
Date: 1854 25 November
Place: Rose Inn, Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Death of Myalla, only daughter of Alfred and Rebecca Levien on 21st November from scarlatina age 3 years and 8 months


 
Item: 183233
Surname: Levien
First Name: Samuel, Mrs. Alfred, George, Annette, Henrietta, Matilda
Ship: Westmoreland 1833
Date: 20 May 1833
Place: Sydney
Source: Sydney Herald
Details: Samuel Levien, merchant, Mrs. Levien, Alfred, George, Annette, Henrietta, Matilda all passengers on the Westmoreland. The Westmoreland under Captain Brigstock departed the Downs 8th January 1833. Surgeon William Bell Carlysle



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