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75120 - - Earl Cornwallis 1801 1800 31 October England The London Times
 
  Sir Jerome Fitzpatrick introduced fumigating lamps into the Earl Cornwallis convict ship which left from Portsmouth to Cowes with 294 male and female convicts
 
92203 - - Earl Cornwallis 1801 1801 - The Convict Ships - Chares Bateson
 
  Master James Tennent; 193 male convicts; 95 female convicts
 
161034 Beattie Mary Earl Cornwallis 1801 - Newcastle district General Muster of New South Wales 1823, 1824, 1825
 
  Wife of Francis Beattie
 
168033 Brayley (Brearley) Joseph (John) Earl Cornwallis 1801 (?) 1 April 1804 Sydney SG
 
  Joseph Brayley apprehended at Kissing Point upon a violent suspicion of burglary was examined and as the evidence though strongly presumptive was not thought sufficient to continue the grounds of prosecution, he was drafted for Newcastle as was Philip Dwyer also, for violently and inhumanely beating Mary Carroll
 
32915 Brearley John Earl Cornwallis 1801 1810 4 August Newcastle CSI
 
  Miner. Absconded from Newcastle
 
32916 Brearley John Earl Cornwallis 1801 1810 9 August Newcastle CSI
 
  Captured and sent back to Newcastle
 
77383 Brearley John Earl Cornwallis 1801 1810 4 August Newcastle CSL 6003; 4/3490A p.79
 
  Miner. Absconded from settlement with John Burgess. Pardoned by Gov. Macquarie and returned to Coal River with instructions they were to receive no punishment
 
130851 Brearley John Earl Cornwallis 1801 - - Principal Superintendent of Convicts. Bound Indents Fiche 630 No. 1
 
  Tried at Lancaster 25 March 1800 and sentenced to Transportation for Life
 
132304 Brown David Earl Cornwallis 1801 - Hawkesbury & Jerrys Plains Singleton Pioneer Register. p.19
 
  Born c. 1783 Edinburgh, Scotland son of David Brown and Mary Partington. Spouse 1. Mary Elizabeth McMahon. Spouse 2. Harriet D'arcy. Spouse 3. Eliza Lewis. Land grant of 1824 adjoined that of Peter Duff. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants
 
147860 Brown David Earl Cornwallis 1801 (came free) 1824 22 June - CSI
 
  Of caddi Creek. On list of lands granted and reserved by Sir Thomas Brisbane (Fiche 3269; 9/2740 p.3)
 
147859 Brown David senior Earl Cornwallis 1801 (came free) 1824 22 June - CSI
 
  On list of lands granted and reserved by Sir Thomas Brisbane (Fiche 3269; 9/2740 p.3)
 
132419 Dight John Earl Cornwallis 1801 - Windsor Singleton Pioneer Register p. 29
 
  Born 1772. Arrived as surgeon on the Earl Cornwallis. Acquired land at Richmond and a flour mill at Campbelltown. Appointed Coroner for the Hawkesbury district.. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants
 
30406 Eckford William Earl Cornwallis 1801 1819 19 March Newcastle CSI
 
  Pilot at Newcastle. Rewarded for his part in recovery of the 'William Cossar'
 
30407 Eckford William Earl Cornwallis 1801 1823 18 February Hunter River CSI
 
  On return of land cleared and other improvements made by settlers on Hunter and Paterson Rivers
 
47820 Eckford William Earl Cornwallis 1801 1828 Newcastle 1828 Census
 
  Aged 63. Conditional pardon. Settler
 
134130 Eckford (Hickford) William Earl Cornwallis 1801 1813 30 November - CSI
 
  Came Free per 'Earl Cornwallis'. Death sentenced commuted
 
166710 Foley Bartholomew (Batholomew) Earl Cornwallis 1801 3 February 1810 - CSI
 
  Petition for mitigation of sentence
 
166711 Foley Bartholomew (Batholomew) Earl Cornwallis 1801 8 July 1812 - CSI
 
  Escaped from Lady Nelson bound for Port Dalrymple
 
166712 Foley Bartholomew (Batholomew) Earl Cornwallis 1801 26 July 1812 - CSI
 
  Recaptured and re embarked on the Lady Nelson
 
166713 Foley Bartholomew (Batholomew) Earl Cornwallis 1801 30 April 1813 - CSI
 
  Escaped from Port Dalrymple
 
 
 
 
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