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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
92355 - - Aeolus 1809 - - The Convict Ships - Charles Bateson
 
  Master Robert Addie; Surgeon Richard Hughes; 79 female convicts
 
102460 - - Aeolus 1809 1809 29 January Sydney SG
 
  The Aeolus arrived 26 January 1809 under Captain Addie. 79 female convicts all landed in good health, most of whom were sent to Parramatta. Passengers of Aeolus - Captain Lewis of NSW Corps and family; Mr. Lyons whose wife died and Mr. Hoskins
 
143324 - - Aeolus 1809 1808 25 December - SG
 
  Parted company with the 'Admiral Gambier' at Madeira
 
28980 Bankes Mary Aeolus 1809 1818 31 December Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners sent to Newcastle
 
77703 Bankes (Banks) Mary Aeolus 1809 12 December 1818 Sydney SG
 
  Mary Banks being found guilty of larceny, was sentenced to one year at Newcastle
 
168185 Butcher Mary Aeolus 1809 July 1820 Newcastle Colonial Secretary's Correspondence
 
  From Essex. On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle on the Princess Charlotte. Sent for six months
 
170352 Butcher Mary Aeolus 1809 1820 Sydney Colonial Secretarys Papers. NRS 898 Special Bundles
 
  Mary Butcher charged with stealing certain articles, the property of David Cooper and Mary McCabe and Eleanor Schooner charged with receiving the goods were all sentenced to 6 months at Newcastle
 
168186 Linars Margaret Aeolus 1809 23 April 1813 Newcastle Colonial Secretary's Correspondence. Letters sent.
 
  On List of prisoners to be transported to Newcastle. Sent for one year
 
169956 McGrath (?McGraw) Eleanor Aeolus 1809 1825 Newcastle Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 20
 
  Born. c. 1779. Free by servitude. Employed at Newcastle
 
 
 
 
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