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William John Eaton (1769 - 1858)

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Benjamin Jones, convict (1772 - c.1837)

Benjamin Jones was one of 106 convicts transported on the Active, Albermarle, Atlantic, Barrington, Britannia, Mary Ann, Matilda, Salamander and William and Mary, January 1791.Jones was on the Britanni...

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Edward Robinson (c.1754 - 1820)

Edward ROBINSON was born in Yorkshire, England about 1754. He was a servant to the local theatre owner. Edward was a compulsive petty thief, and convicted of a number of offences, and sentenced to be h...

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Mary Harrison (c.1774 - 1810)

Mary HARRISON was born in England in 1774. In 1790 she was performing live-in servant duties for the family of Thomas and Catherine WEST at 26 Lower Sloan Street, Chelsea, being employed there for abou...

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Robert Wells, convict (c.1751 - 1845)

Robert Wells, convict, arrived aboad the "Atlantic" on 20th August, 1791. from:- ______________________________________________________ Robert WELLS was indicted October for stealing four piece...

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David Dunstan (Dencham/Densham). (1766 - 1836)

David Dunston - pioneeer settler in the Hawkesbury. Arrived in Australia 1791 aboad the 'Atlantic'. The Dunston family was one of the first in the Hawkesbury. Upon arrival in in 1791 David, wife Ma...

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Samuel Thorley (1769 - 1821)

Died # Age 52 #V182166 156 & #V18215183 2B Burial: 8 DEC 1821 Thorley Vault, St. Peters' Cemetery, Richmond, NSW, Australia Emigration: 27 MAR 1791 "Active" 3rd Fleet ex Portsmouth, England I...

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John Dalton (1776 - d.)

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Elizabeth Morris, convict (c.1777 - 1852)

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Phoebe Penlarrick, convict (1754 - 1815)

3rd Fleet convict - arrived 9th July 1791 on the Mary Ann, apparently recorded as being a widow. Was given 7 years for burglary on 1st August 1790 in Devon. (info from notes on Ancestry.com.)

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Joseph Craft, Convict (1770 - 1839)

Joseph is described as 74 years old at death, so there is quite a difference - 5 years - to that in this profile. Sarah Robinson married Joseph Craft on 24 April 1810 at St Phillips C of E, Sydney, N...

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Mary Manderville, convict (c.1766 - c.1795)

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Matthew Lock (c.1763 - 1836)

Transported to New South Wales, Australia in 1790 from England on the convict transport ship 'Surprize.' He was convicted on 28 June 1790 at The Old Bailey.

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Alexander Williams (deceased)

Crew? on board Sarah's ship, lived with her as a de-facto spouse for some time.

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Sarah Donnelly, convict (1765 - 1849)

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Thomas Huxley, CONVICT (1768 - 1854)

There is an old story that has been in the family for as long as anyone can remember....this story cant be validated so its authenticity is questionable but still worth telling i think....It was said t...

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Edward Reynolds, convict (1767 - 1830)

Arrived on the Ship, · “Atlantic”. • source. & where it is noted: Richard and his brother Edward were sons of an Essex millwright, who stole 324 pounds of lead and, 'with ...

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Richard Beale Reynolds, Convict (1769 - 1837)

Convict 3rd Fleet--------------------Richard Beel Reynolds, Convict. - 3rd Fleet Sentenced Transported to NSW on "Atlantic" departed Plymouth 27 March arriving 20 August 1791 after almost 5 months ...

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Mary Ann Gosper, Convict (c.1765 - 1837)

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William Bailey (1756 - 1826)

Convict transported on the Matilda, 01/08/1791. William Bailey was tried at Lincoln on 16 Mar 1789 for Horse Stealing, convicted and sentence to 14 years, he was assigned to George Smith in NSW. Li...

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William Crew, convict (1770 - 1797)

Arrived on the Ship ALBERMARLE 1791

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John Yeomans, convict (1761 - 1837)

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Mary Elizabeth Russell, convict (c.1764 - 1840)

Mary Elizabeth Russell was arrested and tried at the Old Bailey on 9 December 1789, for stealing a hank of silk valued at 10 shillings. She was found guilty and sentenced to seven years transportation....

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Margaret Mary Holmes, convict (c.1774 - 1850)

alt death dates (from merge) : sept 1850 or 1859

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Eleanor McDonald, Convict (1769 - 1831)

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Isabella Ramsey, convict (1771 - 1820)

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Eleanor Brown, settler (c.1780 - 1865)

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Mary Ann Lay (c.1763 - 1838)

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Joseph Fleming, soldier (c.1760 - c.1795)

Served in the 29th Regiment of Foot during the American War of Independence, and transferred to the NSW Corps in 1789. He arrived in Sydney on 28th Aug 1791 on the ship 'William and Anne' with his wife...

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Mary Flannagan, convict (deceased)

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...

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Ann East, convict (deceased)

Ann East was charged with receiving stolen goods and transported to Australia for 14 years and arrived on the 'Mary Ann' as part of the Third Fleet.

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