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Ann Goodin, convict (c.1770 - 1830)

2/27/2011

Lachlin Ross, Corporal (1766 - 1815)

1/4/2011

5/29/2010

Michael Nowland, convict (1763 - 1828)

5/29/2010

11/3/2009

Mary Dunstan (Mullender) (1765 - 1836)

alt birth year for Mary is 1782. Mary Mullender arrived in Australia in 1790 aboad the 'Lady Julianna'. Mary and husband David Dunston were one of the pioneeer settler families in the Hawkesbury. ...

5/14/2009

Paul BUSHELL, Convict (c.1769 - 1853)

See Louise Wilson's self published book "Paul Bushell: second fleeter" for more information. Paul Bushell, one of 1063 convicts transported on the ship Surprize, December 1789. Sentence details: Conv...

5/14/2009

Edward Scott (c.1768 - d.)

2/2/2009

Ann Izard (1790 - 1869)

2/2/2009

2/2/2009

Mary Pardoe, convict (c.1768 - 1844)

"Mary Barlow"

Mary was convicted at Warwick in 1788 for theft. She arrived in Sydney on the Lady Juliana. She cohabited with Edward Scott, who arrived as a seaman on the Lady Juliana. Edward was born 1768 in Warwick...

2/2/2009

Mary Ann Cross, convict (1768 - 1827)

"Davidson"

Arrived on the Lady Juliana 3 June 1790 (second fleet). Convicted at Northumberland Summer Assizes for stealing 10 Muslin handkerchiefs & 16 yards of taffety silk - 7 years. Came to Australia on the 'L...

2/2/2009

Mary Butler, Convict (1750 - 1802)

2/2/2009

2/2/2009

Please click on his photos and see more. Came on Second Fleet. Convict ship: Surprise. From Portsmith. Arrived Port Jackson 26.6.1790. New South Wales Post Office Directory 1836 - Freebody, Simon, ...

12/1/2008

from Edward was sentenced to 7 years transportation at the April 1788 Old Bailey Sessions for the theft of 2 lbs of tea, 7 leaves of refined sugar, 20 lbs of moist sugar, 3 lbs of rice and 1 lb of pe...

11/8/2008

Kezia Roberts, convict (1771 - 1854)

NSW Births Deaths & Marriages Marriage of Kezia and William NB Kezia is spelt Kezziah and the marriage is listed twice. Registration Number Groom's Surname Groom's Given Name(s) Bride's Last Name...

11/8/2008

Edward Powell (c.1762 - 1814)

10/21/2008

Transported to Australia on the Second Fleet ('Lady Juliana') in 1789 (as Mary Flanegan), sentenced to 7 years for breaking and entering and theft. Or possibly, on the Third Fleet (ship unknown) in 1...

8/12/2008

Ann Becket, convict (1772 - 1821)

Ann Calcut was sentenced to seven years transportation at the 13 August 1789 Stafford Assizes for the theft of a silver tablespoon, a fan, a cotton gown, a black silk bonnet, a linen apron, a muslin ha...

5/24/2008

James Becket, convict (1751 - 1808)

On 17 June 1788 Becket was arrested and charged with the highway robbery of Joseph Tipton in the parish of Holy Cross and St Giles in the town of Shrewsbury. A hempen bag, a linsey waistcoat, two handk...

5/24/2008

William Baker, convict (1775 - 1828)

5/13/2008

Convict transported on the 2nd Fleet in 1790 aged 14 years. Had a 7 year sentence. JOSEPH SMITH was indicted for stealing, on the 1st of April , two linen shirts, value 3 s. two linen neck handkerchi...

5/13/2008

Sarah Cobcroft (1772 - 1857)

Sarah Smith, aged 17, was one of a small group of women and their children who embarked on the ship 'Neptune' in late 1789. They had accepted a government offer of free passage to the colony for the wi...

3/29/2008

John Cobcroft, convict (1756 - 1853)

John Cobcroft, John Wood and William Fubbs or Fielder were sentenced to death at the 7 May 1788 Old Bailey sessions for highway robbery. At 4 am on 16 April, William Frost, an elderly fisherman, had ...

3/29/2008

George Patfield (also known as George Paddle or Padfield) was sentanced to 7 years transportation for theft on 17/03/1788. He departed Somerset on 19/01/1790 on the "Neptune", which was part of the Sec...

12/8/2007

10/2/2007

Thomas Heather/Eather (1764 - 1827)

Note: Thomas Heather was illiterate and apparently the 'H' of Heather was dropped in use. The result was that he and his nephew were both recorded as 'Eather' for their convict records and the name s...

7/3/2007