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92372 - - Catherine 1814 - - The Convict Ships - Charles Bateson
 
  Master William Simmonds; 98 female convicts
 
123514 - - Catherine 1814 1814 14 May Port Jackson SG
 
  Praise of Capt. Simmonds for his indulgent treatment of the prisoners of the 'Catherine', who were grateful of the kindness they experienced
 
162135 - - Catherine 1814 - Ireland National Archives of Ireland
 
  Before the convict depot was opened in Cork in 1817, there were several scandals relating to those brought from Dublin in sloops or brigs to await embarkation. Because of delays, transportees sometimes had to wait on board these vessels for extended periods in appalling conditions. In 1815, Governor Macquarie of New South Wales complained of the high mortality rate on the Three Bees and the Catherine. The Inspector General of Prisons, Foster Archer, attributed this to the fact that the convicts had to remain in dock at Dublin for six weeks awaiting suitable winds. They received neither clothing nor bedding, which were considered an unnecessary expense due to the shortness of the journey to Cork. Because only a few were allowed on deck at once, they spent most of the time in irons in the hold in very unhealthy conditions. The journey itself was made in two days, but the sloop was again detained in Cork harbour before the convicts were removed to the ship. Archer insisted that in this case it was the long detention in port which probably caused the high mortality. To support his case, he told of returned convicts who had informed him that the period spent in the harbour was more distressing than the voyage and that they underwent more suffering and sickness in the passage from Dublin to Cork than in that from Cork to Botany Bay (NAI, CSO OP/1815/439/5) http://www.nationalarchives.ie/topics/transportation/transp3.html.
 
35710 Carney Mary Catherine 1814 1818 30 June Newcastle CSI
 
  On return of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle
 
160799 Carney Mary Catherine 1814 21 October 1821 Newcastle Church of England Burials Register Book 1821 - 1825 - University of Newcastle
 
  Died aged 26
 
167123 Carney Mary Catherine 1814 1821 Newcastle Colonial Secretary's Papers. State Records of NSW Special Bundles
 
  Mary Carney on the Return of Funerals held at the settlement at Newcastle. Died on 21 October 1821 age 26. Interred 23 October 1821. Cause of death consumption
 
167099 Cole Hannah Catherine 1814 3 August 1818 Newcastle Colonial Secretary's Papers. State Records of NSW Special Bundles
 
  Marriage of William Marley age 35 arrived per Somersetshire, to Hannah Cole age 24 arrived per Catherine
 
163320 Cuddy Margaret Catherine 1814 1823/24/25 Newcastle General Muster of New South Wales 1823, 1824, 1825
 
  Wife of Anthony Dwyer
 
77798 Cuddy (?Codehy) Margaret Catherine 1814 1815 8 July - CSI
 
  On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle
 
77800 Cuddy (?Codehy) Margaret Catherine 1814 1821 26 January - CSI
 
  On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle
 
77799 Cuddy (Codehy) Margaret Catherine 1814 1820 22 November - CSI
 
  To be transported to Newcastle for 7 yrs
 
96978 Cuddy (Codehy) Margaret Catherine 1814 1815 8 July Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per Lady Nelson
 
96979 Cuddy (Codehy) Margaret Catherine 1814 1820 Novmeber 22 Newcastle CSI
 
  To be transported to Newcastle for 7 years
 
180964 Dwyer (nee Cuddy) (Codehy) Margaret Catherine 1814 20 July 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  177. Margaret Dwyer, (Off the Stores, her husband being Anthony Dwyer) Charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct. See depositions on Oath, Page 115 of deposition book...Sentenced to solitary confinement for one week
 
55704 Hart Elizabeth Catherine 1814 1828 Ravensfield 1828 Census
 
  Free by servitude. Aged 45 . All work. Employed by Francis Moran
 
169012 Hart (?) Elizabeth Catherine 1814 16 January 1841 Newcastle gaol State Archives. Gaol Description and Entrance Books, 1818-1930; Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757.. (Ancestry)
 
  Admitted to Newcastle gaol as a vagrant. States herself to be free
 
46477 Hayes Ann Catherine 1814 1817 28 June Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per 'Lady Nelson'
 
46855 Hearne Catherine Catherine 1814 1817 14 February Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per 'Elizabeth Henrietta'
 
70837 Murphy Eleanor Catherine 1814 1814 Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle
 
71014 Nixon Catherine Catherine 1814 1815 Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle
 
 
 
 
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