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Item:129999
Surname:-
First Name:-
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:1831 25 July
Place:Port Jackson
Source:-
Details:The Camden arrived in Port Jackson 25 July 1831. Master William Fulcher. Surgeon Superintendent: David Boyter. 198 male prisoners under a Guard of a detachment of the 11th Light Dragoons. Passengers Captain Cooper and wife and Lieut. Bell of the 48th regiment
Item:117240
Surname:Anderson
First Name:Richard Handy
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:1839 24 July
Place:Maitland
Source:GG 1839
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave
Item:122127
Surname:Anderson
First Name:Richard Handy
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:1843 21 March
Place:Maitland
Source:GG
Details:Ticket of leave cancelled. Unable to support himself
Item:47217
Surname:Ashby
First Name:Charles
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:1837
Place:Invermein
Source:GRC
Details:Assigned to Colonel Henry Dumaresq
Item:72363
Surname:Ashby
First Name:Charles
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:1850 26 January
Place:-
Source:MM
Details:Granted Extended conditional pardon
Item:76227
Surname:Ashby
First Name:Charles
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:1835 30 June
Place:Maitland
Source:Application to Marry
Details:Aged 31. Application to marry Mary Evans. Allowed. Clergy Rev. Rusden
Item:20559
Surname:Barker
First Name:William
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:1837
Place:Patrick Plains
Source:GRC
Details:Assigned to James Bowman
Item:183529
Surname:Barker
First Name:William
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:21 October 1833
Place:Singleton
Source:Singleton Court of Petty Sessions. Register of Convicts. Ancestry
Details:Assigned to James Bowman. Acquitted on a charge of neglect
Item:156746
Surname:Barnes
First Name:Henry
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:1842 22 December
Place:Patrick Plains
Source:Australasian Chronicle
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave
Item:175405
Surname:Barnes
First Name:Henry
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:11 October 1850
Place:Newcastle gaol
Source:Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW Roll: 757
Details:Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland on a charge of larceny. Sent for trial.
Item:27201
Surname:Bird
First Name:Stephen
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:1837
Place:Invermein
Source:GRC
Details:Assigned to W. Forsyth
Item:119505
Surname:Bird
First Name:Stephen
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:1839 18 September
Place:Invermein
Source:GG
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave
Item:27805
Surname:Blackburn
First Name:Francis
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:1837
Place:Patricks Plains
Source:GRC
Details:Assigned to John Larnach
Item:183528
Surname:Blackburn
First Name:Francis
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:21 October 1833
Place:Singleton
Source:Singleton Court of Petty Sessions. Register of Convicts. Ancestry
Details:Assigned to John Larnach. Sentenced to 75 lashes for neglect and insolence
Item:142739
Surname:Bygrove
First Name:William
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:1837
Place:Invermein
Source:GRC
Details:Age 23. Assigned to Colonel Dumaresq
Item:182670
Surname:Bygrove
First Name:William
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:9 February 1833
Place:Invermein
Source:Invermein Court of Petty Sessions. Deposition Books 1833 -1834 (Ancestry)
Details:William Bygrove per ship Camden, in service of Col. Dumaresq, charged with refusing to work on pretence of sickness and with irregular conduct and insolence on other occasions. Lieut-Col Dumaresq states that on 1st instant, his Superintendent Mr. Wightman stated to him that the prisoner had refused to work alleging that he was not well and that he had no shoes. in reply to a question put by Mr. Wightman he said that as he had a pair of boots he perhaps might be able to work. He persisted in his refusal to work altho only required to hand straw to a man thatching and on being examined by deponent on the 3rd inst. his statements appeared so contradictory with reference to his ailments and so much at variance with his appearance that he called upon Doctor Macredie to visit him. The annexed certificate from that gentleman will show his impression that nothing ailed him. This impression has been since confirmed by the prisoner s subsequent conduct. Deponent further states that the prisoner s conduct has been marked by irregularity and insolence. He was sentenced by William Ogilvie to receive 50 lashes in consequence of an exaggerated instance of such behaviour but a succession of floods at that time preventing his being forwarded to the Bench for punishment and at the request of deponent this sentence was remitted. Deponent states that the prisoner was not entitled to shoes that he has received several articles of clothing more than due to him, but that finding he had only to appear without a proper dress to be supplied with what he wanted. He has frequently made away with or destroyed his clothes from want of proper care.. The Bench find the prisoner guilty and sentence him to receive fifty lashes
Item:119512
Surname:Clawson
First Name:Thomas
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:1839 18 September
Place:Muswellbrook
Source:GG
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave
Item:175605
Surname:Clawson
First Name:Thomas
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:29 November 1836
Place:Newcastle gaol
Source:Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 136
Details:Labourer from London. Admitted to Newcastle gaol by the Principal Superintendent of Convicts in Sydney. To be forwarded to the Bench of Magistrates at Invermein to be dealt with. Sent to Maitland on 30 November 1836
Item:69769
Surname:Cleasey
First Name:Charles
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:1832 19 December
Place:Woodlands
Source:1832 GG
Details:Carpenter assigned to Mary Sparke
Item:87151
Surname:Cleesy (Cleasey)
First Name:Charles
Ship:Camden 1831
Date:1847 8 October
Place:Wollombi
Source:CDR
Details:Burial Date

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