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Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(xi)
Date Range:1900
Description:

Wages Book Captain John Dalton.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(vi)
Date Range:1910 - 1940
Description:

Postcards and photographs of locomotive, Eliza Jane and Ida Dalton at Burton Agnes Salt Ash; Harry and Harold Laman at funeral of their father; views of Nelsonís Bay; Legion of Frontiersmen, Anna Bay; Hinton Bridge; Chelmsford Institute Stockton.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(v)
Date Range:1958 - 1960
Description:

Photographs of Tahlee, Salt Ash, Nelsonís Bay and Carrington, Port Stephens.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(iv)
Date Range:c. 1880 - c. 1905
Description:

Photographs: Captain John Dalton and Eliza Jane Dalton, S.S. Kingsley owned by Captain John Dalton, Nelsonís Bay, William, John, Fanny and Ida Dalton, children of Captain John and Eliza Dalton, Westward Ho, Nelsonís Bay, Eliza Jane Dalton (nee Cox), James Dalton, brother of William and John Dalton, James Dalton, William Dalton, brother of James and Captain John Dalton, Mr. George Brown of Fern Ridge, Salt Ash.

Formats:Photographs

Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(iii)
Date Range:c. 1970 - c. 1979
Description:

News clipping relating to John Dalton, son of Captain John Dalton, entitled íOld Fatherí Sees New Year In.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(ii)
Date Range:1911 - 1919
Description:

Wartime correspondence, papers and memorabilia including Stockton Methodist Sunday School Anniversary Hymn booklet, new clipping, vouchers, military leave passes, French Republican issue currency, postcards and notebook of William Dalton relating to Australian Imperial Forces (A.I.F.) and fellow servicemen.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(i)
Date Range:c. 1915
Description:

Benevolent Society of New South Wales Donation Certificate to William Dalton.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(xix)
Date Range:1878
Description:

Captain John Daltonís Lodge of Australia Jubilee Medal with accompanying certificate, [in case].


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(xviii)
Date Range:1918
Description:

Three embroidered postcards from the Great War period.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(xvii)
Date Range:c. 1898 - 1918
Description:

Soap box containing: Two pieces of embroidered French linen, Various postcards, Copy of: Chips from Dickens Selected by Thomas Mason, Glasgow: David Bryce & Son, Copy of: London in Your Pocket, London.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(xvi)
Date Range:c. 1860 - c. 1915
Description:

Artefacts: Leather knife pouch, Glove hook, Pincushion, ĎFirst Field Dressingí, ; Powder Puff, Wooden holder vinaigrette from Royal Palace of Stirling, Two miniature flags.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(xv)
Date Range:c. 1850 - c. 1859
Description:

Binoculars of Captain John Dalton.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(xiv)
Date Range:c. 1890
Description:

Copy of: Baconís Gem Map of London and Suburbs, London: G.W. Bacon & Sons.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8273(vi)
Date Range:c. 1870
Description:

Fan owned by Eliza Dalton


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(xii)
Date Range:1888 - 1896
Description:

Bank book of Captain John Dalton.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(ix)
Date Range:c. 1913 - c. 1927
Description:

Box containing glass negatives: Sailing ship at wharf, Tombstone of John Dalton, Methodist Church Stockton, Jim Dalton, Eliza Jane and Jack Dalton, Sandy Hollow, Burton Agnes Salt Ash, Military training at Liverpool, Burton Agnes Salt Ash (Three Images), Willoim Dalton and Col Porteous children on horseback.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(x)
Date Range:1888
Description:

Account book.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(ix)
Date Range:1906 - 1912
Description:

John Daltonís Cash nook with diary annotations.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(viii)
Date Range:c. 1900
Description:

School Notebook.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(vii)
Date Range:1916 - 1919
Description:

Mr. William Daltonís High School Notebook and Methodist Church Accounts Book.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(vi)
Date Range:1900 - 1905
Description:

Ledger Book [Mr. John Dalton].


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(v)
Date Range:1897 - 1898
Description:

Personal Account Book [Mr. John Dalton].

A copy of this item can be [29 images].


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(iv)
Date Range:1909 - 1912
Description:

Diary of Mr. James Daltonís trip to Cairns, and Notebook.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(iii)
Date Range:c. 1800
Description:

Copy of: An Abridgment of the New Testament, consisting of Lessons composed from the Writings of the Four Evangelists: For the Use of Schools and Families. By Mrs. Trimmer. London, [From Norfolk Island Anglican Catholic Prisoners School, Convict Dept.]


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(ii)
Date Range:c. 1900
Description:

Notebook relating to Sunday school duties of teachers. Probably possession of James Dalton, brother of Captain John, who commenced first Sunday school at Nelsonís Bay.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(i)
Date Range:c. 1900 - 1906
Description:

Copy of: Australian Nature Stories for Children by Constance Tisdall, B.A. Owned by W. Dalton Public School Salt Ash.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8273(ix)
Date Range:1865 - 1964
Description:

Parchment scroll presented to Mr. James Dalton from the Barnstaple Literary and Scientific Institution Session, with handwritten notes on verso by Mr. William Dalton, Sept 1964.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8273(viii)
Date Range:1964
Description:

Parchment scroll presented to Mr. James Dalton, with handwritten notes on verso by Mr. William Dalton.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8273(vii)
Date Range:c. 1860 - c. 1669
Description:

Nautical instrument used by Captain John Dalton


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8274(xiii)
Date Range:1896 - 1909
Description:

Bank book of Captain John Dalton.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8271(iv)
Date Range:1882
Description:

Illuminated address from Manchester District Wesleyan Teachers Association to Mr. James Dalton.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8273(iv)
Date Range:1870 - 1975
Description:

Folder containing: Garments and fabric handicrafts, Photograph of S. S. Kingsley. Various cheques and Certificates of Discharge and Character, Correspondence including wartime letters, History and photographs of Nelsonís Bay School, Correspondence and papers relating to Nelsonís Bay Methodist Church history, Correspondence, Reminiscences of Williamtown: Interview with John Shearman [Typescript], Fullerton Cove Pioneer: Mrs. Sarah Shearman. [Typescript], The Late Mr. Harry Dalton [Typescript], News clipping relating to convicts and whalers at Soldierís Point, News clipping relating to Nelsonís Bay Cemetery, notes and hessian post bag from First World War period, France.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8273(iii)
Date Range:1862 - 1913
Description:

Folder containing Competency Certificates, Certificates of Character, Conditional Purchase receipts and legal correspondence relating to the estates of Henry Dalton and Captain John Dalton.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8273(ii)
Date Range:1868 - 1870
Description:

Diary and Shipís Log of Captain John Dalton while aboard the Carin, St Magnes and Rowena.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8273(i)
Date Range:1866 - 1867
Description:

Diary and Shipís Log of Captain John Dalton while aboard the ship Rowena sailing from Otago, New Zealand to Callio (sic), South Africa and then Cork, Ireland to Montrose, North Britain (Scotland).


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8272(vi)
Date Range:1956 - 1961
Description:

Typescripts, notes, maps, sketches and papers relating to early history of Nelsonís Bay including interviews by Mr. William Dalton with John Dalton, Samuel Thompson, Bill Blanch and Ida Horne (nee Dalton).


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8272(v)
Date Range:1990
Description:

Copy of: Nelsonís Bay A Facet of Its History by William Dalton, Riversdale, Scone [Cover title: Reminiscences of Nelsonís Bay]


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8272(iv)
Date Range:c. 1900
Description:

Copy of: View Album of the City of Hull [Cover Title: Photographic Album of the City of Hull] Gift from William Dalton to his father Captain John Dalton.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8272(iii)
Date Range:1881
Description:

Text and Autograph Album.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8272(ii)
Date Range:1856 - 1882
Description:

Iron Canister containing: Certificate accompanying Gold Watch and Chain presented to Mr. James Dalton Master of Barnstaple, Wesleyan Day School. Schoolmasters Certificate of Mr. James Dalton. United Grand Lodge Certificate awarded to Mr. John Dalton upon having attained the 3rd Degree.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8272(i)
Date Range:1871
Description:

Photo Album presented to 'Mr. James Dalton by The Officers and Teachers of the Gravel Lane Wesleyan Ragged School as a token of esteem, and in recognition of the valuable services which were rendered by him as Superintendent in successfully opening, organising and conducting the School.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8271(viii)
Date Range:1916 - c. 1919
Description:

Photo Album containing images from First World War taken by Mr. William Dalton with written annotations on the reverse side of the photographs.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8271(vii)
Date Range:1909 - 1916
Description:

Photo Album containing images of Burton Agnes Salt Ash, family home of Captain John and Eliza Dalton; Dalton family members, Nelson's Bay, First Methodist Church, Stockton and Newcastle.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8271(vi)
Date Range:1917 - 1919
Description:

Letters to William Dalton while serving overseas during World War I from mother, Eliza Jane and brothers, Harry and John Dalton.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(vii)
Date Range:1917 - 1919
Description:

Postcards and photographs relating to World War I and William Daltonís service in the Australian Imperial Forces.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(xvi)
Date Range:1906 - 1965
Description:

Slides of Harold Mathewsonís coaches, Australian Agricultural Companyís hay wagon; Gloucester House; Salt Ash Post Office and Sunday School; A.A.C. Church at Carrington (Tahlee), Hexham, Fly Point, Shoal Bay and Nelsonís Bay. [Annotated by William Dalton].


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8273(v)
Date Range:1870
Description:

Grass fan purchased by Captain John Dalton in Hong Kong


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(x)
Date Range:1913 - 1927
Description:

Box containing glass slides: Jack Dalton, Westward Ho Nelsonís Bay, Eliza Jane Dalton, Nelsonís Bay Public School, Nelsonís Bay, Methodist Church, Nelsonís Bay, James Daltonís Memorial, Williamtown, Military personnel, Tornuto Italy, Bill Horne and Harry Dalton, Ida Dalton, Harold Mathewson


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(xi)
Date Range:1913 - 1919
Description:

Box containing glass negatives of Dalton family members and including Electric Coal Loading Crane at Basin Newcastle and Methodist Church Stockton.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(xii)
Date Range:1913 - 1917
Description:

Box containing glass negatives of Dalton family members, gravesites of John and James Dalton and Blanch family.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(xiii)
Date Range:1913 - 1919
Description:

Box containing glass negatives relating to John Graham and family, Blanch family, Liverpool military training for William Dalton, Liverpool Cemetery, and Hetton Pit.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8271(v)
Date Range:1889 - 1919
Description:

Correspondence to William Dalton together with cards, mementos, booklets and paraphernalia (including portions of an airship) relating to World War I.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(xv)
Date Range:1912 - 1914
Description:

Artefacts: Two brooches, Red Cross badge and silver thimble belonging to Eliza Jane Dalton.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8271(iv)
Date Range:1862
Description:

Booklet entitled Names of the Subscribers to a Testimonial to be Presented to Mr. James Dalton


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(xvii)
Date Range:1865 - 1965
Description:

Slides relating to Nelsonís Bay, Tahlee Homestead, Port Stephens, S.S. Kingsley, S.S. Maitland and miscellaneous images including London Bridge, Lower Portland, Dunedin, Lawrence Hargrave and Riversdale Ironbark.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(xviii)
Date Range:c. 1880 - 1919
Description:

Handwritten index notes to William Daltonís Box Brownie wartime images, and early image of Newcastle Harbour.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8271(i)
Date Range:1918 - 1946
Description:

Correspondence to William Dalton while serving in France during First World War with two letters to Mr. John Dalton relating to the correspondents.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8271(ii)
Date Range:1917 - 1919
Description:

Correspondence to William Dalton from various family members during World War I.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8271(iii)
Date Range:c. 1970 - c. 1979
Description:

Two copies of: William Dalton of Riversdale, Scone by Jack Dalton


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(viii)
Date Range:c. 1914 - c. 1918
Description:

Two glass negatives of soldiers circa World World I.


Title:Dalton Family Records
Reference:A8275(xiv)
Date Range:1914 - 1919
Description:

Box containing glass negatives relating to Dalton family, Ernie Gilbert, Albert Forrest and Mathewson family.

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Published by The Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, 5 April 2004
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Updated: 23 February 2010
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