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  1. DaveHam9

    Elizabeth ROBINSON (nee HARRIS)

    Hello, Title: Elizabeth Harris, one of 131 convicts transported on the Indispensible [Indispensable], October 1795. Details: Sentence details: Convicted at Wilts. Quarter Sessions for a term of 7 years on 14 January 1794. Vessel: Indispensible [Indispensable]. Date of Departure: October 1795...
  2. DaveHam9

    Harriet SHURLEY/SHIRLEY

    Hello, A convict who may have a sister on board. I'm trying to read the details re parents and siblings. It's the bottom one of the three: Religion: CE Read or Write: R Relations: F & M James at Maidenhead 2 B John & Henry - Mary, Catloline ? & Hester ? - Elizth. on Board. Ship...
  3. DaveHam9

    John WELLING(S)

    Name: John Welling Vessel: Strathfieldsaye Convicted Date: 26 Oct 1835 Voyage Date: 11 Feb 1836 Colony: New South Wales Place of Conviction: Old Bailey, London, England Name: John Welling Age: 20 Date of Conviction: 26 Oct 1835 Place of Conviction: Central Criminal Court Estimated Birth Year...
  4. DaveHam9

    John SANDERSON

    Hello, John SANDERSON b. abt 1796 Nottingham - parents unknown If he had a middle name then there are these and further searching may rule them out: John Edward - parents John & Harriet John Stamp - parents Henry & Elizabeth Possibly 2nd Battalion, Grenadier Guards. I've checked WO97 &...
  5. DaveHam9

    John SANDERSON

    Convict #19 Name: John Sanderson Age: 28 Date of Conviction: 23 Oct 1823 Place of Conviction: Portman Street Barracks Estimated Birth Year: abt 1795 Vessel: Countess of Harcourt Port of Arrival: Sydney Date of Arrival: 12 Jul 1824 Australian Convict Transportation Registers – Other Fleets &...
  6. DaveHam9

    James RIXON

    Here is part of the page for the baptism of James RIXON. I can't make out the place of abode. It's written twice above and below 'Sutton Forest' and it starts with M. The next column is 'Overseer of Mr Taylor Sydney'
  7. DaveHam9

    James RIXON and William SPEARS

    Name: James Ridley [James Rixon] Vessel: Barwell Arrival Year: 1798 Date of Conviction: 9 Mar 1797 James Hickson [James Rixon] [James Reckson] [User-submitted-comment] Vessel: Barwell Convicted Date: 19 Mar 1792 Voyage Date: Sep 1797 Colony: New South Wales Place of Conviction: Derby...
  8. DaveHam9

    Robert RITCHIE & William SMITH

    Convicts # 16 & 20 Robert and Ann Ritchie/Riches/Richey/Richards etc. Robert was born around 1788 in Norfolk England, and married Ann Munford in 1810. He was transported on the "Asia" (2) in 1822 and was assigned to James Atkinson. He applied to have his wife and family join him, which they did...
  9. DaveHam9

    Reuben PATE

    St Philip's Page 126 No 378 Reuben Pate Tailor a Bachelor Mary Taylor a Spinster both of this place married in this Church by Banns First November 1824 By me William Cowper This marriage was solemnized between us Reuben Pate 25 Mary Taylor 20 (her x mark) Witnesses: Charles Knight...
  10. DaveHam9

    Margaret Mary KAVANAGH

    Convict #6 in my tree Margaret Mary KAVANAGH I'm finding that impossible to confirm even allowing for the variations KAVANAGH/KAVENAGH/CAVANAGH/CAVENAGH/KAVANAUGH/CAVANAUGH...
  11. DaveHam9

    James Proctor HARREX

    Convict #5 James Proctor HARREX baptised 23 Feb 1766 Hitcham, Suffolk - parents: James HARREX & Elizabeth PROCTOR Title: James Harrex, one of 206 convicts transported on the Ganges, August 1796. Details: Sentence details: Convicted at Suffolk Assizes for a term of 14 years on 25 March 1795...
  12. DaveHam9

    James CURRELL & family names

    Here is the piece off the convict record that lists the family members. F= father M= mother B= brother S=sister I took the one in the middle to be James but it could be Wm.
  13. DaveHam9

    Irish Convict - Robert BODLE

    Hello, Robert Bodle Alias: Irish Rebel: Religion: Protestant Age on arrival: 21 Marital status: Single Calling/trade: Labourer farm Born: 1814 Native place: Down Co Tried: 1834 Down Sentence: 7 Former convictions: Ship: Royal Admiral (3) [1835] Crime: Stealing pigs Description: Remarks...
  14. DaveHam9

    Elizabeth RITCHIE in Yass area

    Hello, Elizabeth RITCHIE b. abt 1812 Norfolk - parents Robert & Ann Death 9787/1879 SMITH ELIZABETH - ROBERT - DIED GUNNING - YASS Seems Robert was a convict although I can't find any info yet. It's claimed he arrived in 1822 but that Elizabeth arrived free on a convict vessel in...
  15. DaveHam9

    Richard SIGGS - convict

    Hello, Title: Richard Siggs, one of 200 convicts transported on the Lady Harewood, 13 March 1832. Details: Sentence details: Convicted at Sussex Quarter Sessions for a term of 7 years on 20 October 1831. Vessel: Lady Harewood. Date of Departure: 13 March 1832. Place of Arrival: New South...
  16. DaveHam9

    James CURRELL - snipped

    Details snipped from the convict record of James CURRELL Religion: C. E. Read or Write: Both Relations-Apprenticeship-Where Last Residing: F. Thomas M. Martha B. Samuel, Thomas, Henry, Jonah/Josiah, James S. Martha, Eliza, Jane, Amelia, Helen - A.P. ? - Uncle John Daley in N. America...
  17. DaveHam9

    William SMITH

    Hello, Title: William Smith, THREE of 230 convicts transported on the Isabella, April 1818. Details: 1)Sentence details: Convicted at London Gaol Delivery for a term of 7 years on 29 October 1817. Vessel: Isabella. Date of Departure: April 1818. Place of Arrival: [New South Wales]. Source...
  18. DaveHam9

    GANDON family

    Hello crankypants, Please see if you can find them in 1913. Thanks. Regards, Dave
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