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Title ARMSTRONG, Charles WRIGHT, Naomi
Index Name Convicts Applications to Marry 1825-1851
REMARKS (MALE) Age: 29; Condition: Free
REMARKS (FEMALE) Age: 19; Sentence: 7 years; Condition: Bond
Place Parramatta
Date of Permission 28 Jul 1828
Clergyman MARSDEN, Revd Samuel
Citation NRS 12212 [4/4511 p.047] no.561; Reel 714; Fiche 789-790
ECommerce Category A
Index Number 68

One or two convicts there ?

Page 37 & 38
Marriages solemnized in the Parish of St. John Parramatta in the County of Cumberland in 1828
No. 149
Charles Armstrong F Aged 28 of the Parish of Parramatta
Nahoma Wright Bond Harmony Aged 20 of the Parish of Parramatta
married in this Church by Banns with consent of Governor
this Twenty Sixth day of August 1828 By me John Vincent Officiating Chaplain
Parties signed: Charles Armstrong, Nahoma Wright her mark x
Witnesses: John Robins his mark x of Parramatta, Jane Ford of Parramatta
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Naomi WRIGHT Harmony 1827 Recommended Conditional Pardon 1 Oct 1842 Recommended by R C Lethbridge; F Macarthur JP; W Sowerby; George Stewart PM [4/4478; Reel 797 Page 217]

Naomi WRIGHT Harmony 1827 Conditional Pardon 1 Oct 1842 - [4/4443; Reel 780 Page 245]
ESSEX SUMMER ASSIZES. George Wrighl, Mary Wright, Thomat Wright and Naomi Wright, were indicted Tor burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling-house of Joseph Morris, on the night the llth of April last, at Langley, in this county, the borders of...
Published: Tuesday 18 July 1826
Newspaper: Kentish Weekly Post or Canterbury Journal
County: Kent, England
con. siderable quantity of wearing apparel carried off. The case to im. plicate the prisoners was this: Tire prisoner, Naomi Wright, whoa* maiden name was Briggs, was the grand-daughter of the prosecutor. and had married the prisoner O. Wright. She was ...
Published: Thursday 13 July 1826
Newspaper: British Press
County: London, England

Nah this one above got off and her husband and his brothers were charge and executed. Not your Naomi by the looks.
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Thanks gibbo.

Oh. Looks like O might be G so she was married to George Wright.

Lots of convicts in the index with the name George Wright.
Thanks gibbo.

We need the transportation database record.
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Naomi Wright, one of 80 convicts transported on the Harmony, 12 May 1827.
Great Britain. Home Office.
State Library of Queensland.
Wright, Naomi
Harmony (Ship)
Convicts -- Australia -- Registers
Australia -- Genealogy
Canberra A.C.T. : Australian Joint Copying Project
Is Part Of
Criminal : Convict transportation registers [HO 11]
Creation date
Additional format
The index records for the British Convict Transportation Registers are available as an open data set at https://data.gov.au/dataset/british-convict-transportation-registers
Sentence details: Convicted at Essex Assises for a term of life on 10 July 1826.
Vessel: Harmony.
Date of Departure: 12 May 1827.
Place of Arrival: New South Wales.
Source: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 88, Class and Piece Number HO11/6, Page Number 175 (89)
Other title(s)
British convict transportation registers 1787-1867 database.
Convict transportation registers.

Convict Ship 'Harmony' 1827
Embarked: 80 females
Voyage: 115 days
Deaths 0
Tons: 373
Crew: 24 men
Surgeon's Journal: Yes
Captain Richard Middleton
Surgeon Superintendent William McDowell
Departed London on 4th June 1827. * Does not agree with other record
Arrived in Port Jackson on 27th September 1827 with 80 female prisoners and three children.
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