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1 (Medical):(Medical):Worked as normal Friday night. Woke during the night and collapsed going to the bathroom. Lange, Patricia Kay (I634)
 
2 (Medical):Maitland Circuit Court
(Before his Honor Mr. Justice Dickinson)
Monday, February 20, 1854.
(Continued from page 4)
Manslaughter.

James Smith was indicted for killing and slaying Thomas Richardson, at Brinkburne, on the 18th January, 1854.

Mr Purefoy appeared for the defence; attorneys, Messrs, Turner and Mullen.

The witnesses called were Mary Ann Richardson, Samuel Hexam, Dr john Scott, and Dr. Henry Glennie.

On the evening of the 18th January Mary Ann Richardson, a girl of between 15 and 16 years, was returning homewards from Black Creek to her father's place, seven miles off; she started after sundown, on horseback; after she had got half mile on h er way she was overtaken by two young men, neighbours, named William Cox and James Smith (the prisoner); they all three rode on slowly till they reached Cox's house, a mile and a half from her own home where Cox left them, and she and the prison er rode slowly on again; on the way prisoner and Cox had drunk rum from a bottle, and so much time had been taken up that it was quite late, about ten o'clock, when at half a mile from her home they met her father, Thomas Richardson, on foot, wi th a young neighbour, named John Hexam, since dead. Richardson spoke roughly to his daughter about her being so late, and caught hold of her bridle; her horse became restive, and she dismounted, and prisoner, who was in liquor, dismounted also i n a rage, swearing at Richardson, and throwing off his own saddle and that of the girl, he squared up at Richardson, and struck him several times in the face, trying to take the girl's bridle from him; Richardson however retained his hold of th e bridle, but did not return the blows; the prisoner became rather quieter, and the girl, fearing that her presence might cause additional words, hastened home. Three hours afterwards her father came home, saying he was adead man, and having his face cut and bleeding. Richardson took to his bed that night, and two days afterwards Dr. Glennie was called in and found him suffering from apparently slight injuries on the forehead and lip externally, but complaining much of great pain in t he head, particularly on the right side. That same day Richardson walked to Hexam's place, half a mile off, with his daughter's help. Three days later Dr. Glennie was again sent for, and on his arrival found Richardson nearly insensible; and o n the 1st February Richardson died. On a post mortem examination being made death was found to have been caused by an effusion of blood on the brain, on the right side, directly under the external injuries, and clearly arising from those injurie s, in the opinion of both Dr Scott and Dr glennie; but whether those injuries arose from blows or from falls they could not say; Dr. Scott said if they arose from blows from something held in the hand, and not the fist itself, in his opinion. Ma ry Ann Richardson's saddle, on the morning after the quarrel, was found to have a few spots of blood on it, and prisoner was found asleep by Hexam's place, by the saddler, but no marks of blood or injury were observed on him.

Mr. Purefoy addressed the jury forcibly, but briefly, for the defence, contending that there was not only no direct tracing of the death of Richardson to injuries inflicted by the prisoner, which was necessary before the jury could convict him , but that it was doubtful, on the medical evidence, whether the effusion of blood, the cause of death, was due to external violence at all, or whether it was not due to disease or intemperate habits. Where so much doubt surrounded the case, an d so little to criminate the prisoner was shown, he was satisfied the jury would not feel justified in concluding that prisoner caused the death of Richardson.

Mr. Broadhurst replied, contending that the direct inference from the evidence was that the injuries received from the prisoner caused death.

The jury retired at twenty-five minutes to five, and soon after six o'clock, when the following case was concluded, were called out, but saidthey had not agreed. His Honor read his notes over to them in full. The jury then retired again, but ret urned in a short time with a verdict of guilty, but they recommended the prisoner to mercy. The prisoner was sentenced to two years' imprisonment, with hard labour. 
Richardson, Thomas (I673)
 
3 (Medical):No medical information known at this stage Keppie, Elizabeth (I5)
 
4 (Medical):no other complications Mather, Adam (I1)
 
5 (Research):23 January 2005 between 2100 and 2125 hh, on the internet website for Ayreshire Roots Genealogy 1851 Census located at
"http://fp.ayrshireroots.plus.com/Genealogy/Records/Census/1851/1851.htm". Located under the Scotland section, the link for Lanarkshire produced some amazing results. The downloaded file lks.zip contained a file called "Lks Glasgow Barony.txt" and contained the following information:

Z/51/12/
J/WILLIAM/MCILDOINE/HEAD/MAR/45//MASON/PER/MONZIEVAIRD/
J/MARGARET/MCILDOINE/W/MAR//31//PER/COMRIE/
J/DANIEL/MCILDOINE/SON//3///PER/AUCHTERARDER/
J/MARGARET/POLLOCK/SERV/U//13/DOMESTIC SERV/LKS/KILBRIDE/
J/DAVID/MURRAY/LODGER/U/19//STUDENT/ANS/MONTROSE/
J/DANIEL/MCWHANNEL/LODGER/U/21//GROCER/PER/COMRIE/
J/ADAM/MATHER/LODGER/U/29//MILLER/AYR/KILMARNOCK/

As bizarre as it sounds, some of this information relates specifically to the Adam Mather in our database, going by the age above for the 1851 census and when Adam was born. 1822 + 29 = 1851. 
Mather, Adam (I1)
 
6 (Research):2nd child of Robert and Bertha Atze Atze, Martha Alma (I1412)
 
7 (Research):2nd name spelled Renatus p329 and spelled Renatis p330 Lange, Hermann "Harry" Renartis (I1688)
 
8 (Research):AFN - 1PF7-MWM - FamilySearch - 11 Mar 2012 Liebig, Caroline Wilhelmine (I571)
 
9 (Research):Alexander is believed to have started a cordial factory in Singleton Mather, Alexander Stewart (I15)
 
10 (Research):Born at sea aboad the Kooringa, commanded by Captain Barton. The captain's surname and the ship name are used as middle names for Maurice Grosser.

Placed into a guardianship with Matthias and Anna Lange. 
Grosser, Maurice Barton Kooringa "Morris" (I1599)
 
11 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lange, Gregory John "Greg" (I1607)
 
12 (Research):Elizabeth was Adam's second wife Keppie, Elizabeth (I5)
 
13 (Research):I had a birth year of 1864. I then received a letter from Rick Smith 29 Jan. 2002 requesting further information about him and another John Henry Mather(1822-1870). Rick's letter had a birth month for Adam as May. We have yet t o get a birth day. Mather, Adam (I12)
 
14 (Research):It appears that Emily married a person with a surname of BLACK after the birth of Maureen. Fahey, Emily Louise (I1526)
 
15 (Research):K2TP-2XK - nFS - 12/3/2012 Lange, Paul August (I566)
 
16 (Research):KZJV-762 - nFS - 12/3/2012 Roehr, Wilhelmina "Minnie" Clara (I567)
 
17 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lang, Mark Brenton (I41)
 
18 (Research):Magdalena was sometimes spelt Magdelena and her 2nd middle name Sophia was sometimes spelt Sophie. Magdalena is also the name of her grandmother Magdalena Elisabeth (nee Hudemann), and Sophia is also her mother's name. Lange, Magdalena Wilhelmine Sophia Helene (I745)
 
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Tieste, Colin John (I1429)
 
20 (Research):TEMPORARY TILL PROVEN

Alice, Jane and Ellen, all daughters of James Smith and Mary Tennant nee Hall
from e-m: Jan Glasby 28/01/2003.

aka Mary Anne Jones
aka Mary Anne Tennant 
Hall, Mary Anne (I542)
 
21 (Research):The following four entries are taken from The South Australian Police Gazette 1926, where it is quite possible that this person is the same as this individual.«b»

The South Australian Police Gazette - April 28, 1926 - [Page 128]
«/b»
A warrant has been issued at Adelaide for the arrest of T.J. LANGE, described as a laborer and shop assistant, about 43 years of age 5ft. 8in. high, dark complexion, dark-brown hair (going grey) ; was last heard of at Greenock, but is said to have left there and stated his intention of going to Crystal
Brook; charged with failing to comply with an order made against him in respect of the maintenance of one Edith Dardenella Rose Vogt. He is therefore to be arrested and brought before the Police Court, Adelaide, to be further dealt with according to law. Warrant filed at C.I. Branch, Adelaide.
-(C.2719.)

«b»The South Australian Police Gazette - May 19, 1926 - [Page 153]«/b»

Vide «i»Police Gazette, «/i»1926, page 128.-T. J. LANGE (correct name THEODORE JULIUS LANGE), charged with failing to comply with an order for maintenance, has been arrested at Dowlingz ille by M.C. Jackson (W.), on information supplied by Sergt, Wilsen and «b»M.C. «/b»Collins.-(0.2719.)

«b»The South Australian Police Gazette - July 28, 1926 - [Page 230]«/b»

A warrant of commitment has been issued at Adelaide for the, arrest of T. J. LANGE (correct name THEODORE JULIUS LANGE), described as a shop assistant and laborer, about 43 years of age, 5ft. 8in . high, dark complexion , dark-brown hair ( going grey ) ; charged with failing to comply with an order made against him in respect of the maintenance of one Edith Dardenella Rose Vogt, the arrears amounting to £8. In default of payment, to be arrested and lodged in the Adelaide Gaol for three months Warrant filed at C.I. Branch, Adelaide.
«i»( C.4872.)
«/i»
«b»The South Australian Police Gazette - Aug 11, 1926 - [Page 246]
«/b»
Vide «i»Police Gazette, «/i»1926, page 230.-T. J. LANGE (correct name THEODORE JULIUS LANGE), charged with failing to comply with an order for maintenance, has been arrested at hundred of Kulpara by M.C. Fitzgerald (T. A.), on information supplied by M.C Ja.ckson (W.). The arrears have been paid.-(C.4872.) 
Lange, Theodor Julius (I1132)
 
22 (Research):The Lange Rainbow p329 has Ella being born at Anna, SA. Yet to find this location. Could be partial name or missprint.

The Lange Rainbow p329 has Ella being 2nd child in family with one brother and one sister. 
Lines, Ella Adelaide (I1689)
 
23 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Rogers, John Vincett (I394)
 
24 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Cooper, Linelle Jennifer (I514)
 
25 ------ From Source Attached To: Birth ------
Local Registrar, Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages (NSW)
_MASTER: Y, (Details of information relating to Births, Deaths and Marriages), 1874/17544.
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Irwin, Lily Jane Summers (I94)
 
26 ------ From Source Attached To: Birth ------
Local Registrar, Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages (NSW)
_MASTER: Y, (Details of information relating to Births, Deaths and Marriages), Vol 30/ #2784.
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Richardson, Thomas (I115)
 
27 ------ From Source Attached To: Birth ------
Local Registrar, Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages (NSW)
_MASTER: Y, (Details of information relating to Births, Deaths and Marriages).
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Richardson, Roy (I32)
 
28 ------ From Source Attached To: Marraige ------
Local Registrar, Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages (NSW)
_MASTER: Y, (Details of information relating to Births, Deaths and Marriages), end 1868/#3144.
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------ From Source Attached To: Marraige ------
Local Registrar, Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages (NSW)
_MASTER: Y, (Details of information relating to Births, Deaths and Marriages), end 1868/#3144.
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Family F38
 
29 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wilson, Stephen Patrick (I227)
 
30 2 birthdates - 30 Mar & 20 Mar, 1870 Richardson, Thomas (I118)
 
31 2pm life support turned off. Lange, Patricia Kay (I634)
 
32 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lang, Mark Brenton (I41)
 
33 Adam Mather (1822-1870) is buried at St. Paul's (C/E) Anglican Church, Patterson, New South Wales. Mather, Adam (I1)
 
34 Article "Death of P. R. Lange, Formerly of Greenock", Wed. June 26, 1985 Source (S16)
 
35 Ashes scattered 20/12/2003. Saxby, Patricia Mary (I38)
 
36 Ashes scattered over ocean. Lean, Alfred Francis (I605)
 
37 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lind, Dean Trevor (I1116)
 
38 B: West Maitland
M: All Saints Church England
D: 50 Kensington Road, Summer Hill, NSW [buried with 2nd wife]
This could have been their residence.

Had 2 wives: 1) Elizabeth then 2) Emma 
Cooper, Colin (I19)
 
39 Baptised by Paster J. P. Lohe. After suitable instruction in the Christian faith, she was confirmed in the Lutheran Church. Lange, Bertha Louise (I1644)
 
40 Baptised by Pastor Kaibel in Sedan Lutheran Church Lange, Alfrieda Amanda Emma (I1136)
 
41 Baptised by Pastor Kappler, and immunised and vaccinated by Dr. Bayer. Kunoth, Anne (I1769)
 
42 Baptised by Pastor Roediger. Witnesses were Johann Hermann Keil, Henriette Liebig and Mathilde Knispel. Lange, Theodor Julius (I1132)
 
43 Birth day and month unknown
Died 7weeks old. If this period can be calculated as 49 days, birth approx. 24 December(?) 
Mather, Harry Rutledge (I22)
 
44 Born : Fairholme Private Hospital
Married :
Died : 
Richardson, Patty Mather (I33)
 
45 Born at 3:30am Sunday morning. Kunoth, Justus Heinrich (I1771)
 
46 Born at 4pm Kunoth, Anne (I1769)
 
47 Born in Scotland Mather, Adam (I1)
 
48 Born in Scotland Cameron, Charlotte (I4)
 
49 Burial location uncertain. There is a cemetary at Schonfeld, but relatives feel that he was buried at Stockport. Mattner, Friedrich Carl (I918)
 
50 Buried at Whittingham C/E cemetery. This is a small cemetary just outside of, but a few kilometres before you enter the township of Singleton. Keppie, Elizabeth (I5)
 

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