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92356 - - Experiment 1809 - - The Convict Ships - Charles Bateson
 
  Master Joseph Dodds; 60 female convicts
 
102451 - - Experiment 1809 1809 2 July - SG
 
  Arrival of the 'Experiment' on 25th June 1809. Captain Dodds with 60 female prisoners from Ireland. All landed in good health. The Experiment sailed from Downs 29th October for the Cove of Cork. Left Cork 21st January in a convoy. Arrived Rio de Janiero 9th March.
 
35717 Carr Ann Experiment 1809 1822 20 March Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle
 
180772 Carr (alias Coffee) Ann Experiment 1809 (?) 21 January 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  Elizabeth Findlay charged with being acquainted with a robbery without divulging the same...Ann Carr alias Coffee charged with having the stolen property in her possession....John Taylor stated.....About a week ago I was robbed of a blue coat, a jacket and a pair of trousers. John Magennis told me yesterday the things had been offered to him for sale on Saturday last by Elizabeth Findlay. John Duncan told me last night that a little before he saw John Large and Findlay in Macquarie street and that he heard Findlay say she had the carpenters things to which Large replied Dont talk too loud or you will be overheard. John Maginnis stated.. Betsey Findlay offered me on Saturday night last some things for sale which she said should be a bargain. She did not say what the things were or to whom they belonged. I did not ask any question about them as I did not want to have anything to do with things of that description. Isaac Elliott stated - I was ordered this morning to search some suspected houses for articles which had been stolen some time since from Mr. Evans. I found in a house inhabited by Ann Carr and James Dingle, the coat now before the court; it was placed on a form and a box on it, which hid it completely. Ann Carr in her defence stated....John Magennis brought the coat to my house on Monday evening between the hours of four and five and desired me to take care of it. I objected at first to receive it fearing Dingle would ill beat me, but at last consented and placed it upon the box. Elizabeth Findlay denied all knowledge of the robbery. .....Sentence: Port Macquarie for the remainder of their original sentence and to be confined in gaol
 
181083 Carr (alias Coffee) Ann Experiment 1809 (?) 7 January 1825 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  3. Ann Carr, alias Coffee per ship Experiment, in the service of government, charged with attempting to pass counterfeit coin. The Chief Constable states.....the prisoner went to Mr. Smiths shop and offered to pass a dollar, which on examination proved to be counterfeit. I was sent for when she admitted that she had received the dollar from James Dingle....The prisoner states in her defence that she received the dollar from Dingle with orders from him to make some purchases. James Dingle states he gave the prisoner a dollar he thought it did not look a good one, but he directed her to offer it in payment when the matter would be ascertained. It appearing that the prisoner was led into the attempt to pass bad money at the instigation of Dingle (under sentence to Port Macquarie). She is strictly admonished as to her future conduct
 
162991 Carr (alias Hinchley) Ann Experiment 1809 1823/24/25 Newcastle General Muster of New South Wales 1823, 1824, 1825
 
  Ann Carr per 'Experiment', free by servitude and James Carr (age 11, born in the colony) both employed at Newcastle
 
162993 Carr (alias Hinchly) Ann Experiment 1809 1826 Newcastle Application to Marry
 
  Ann Carr aged 31 per 'Experiment' application to marry Samuel Rowland, age 27 (arrived per Coromandel in 1820)
 
77668 Clarke Mary Experiment 1809 1818 13 March Newcastle Colonial Secretary's Papers. Copies of Letters Sent within the Colony
 
  Mary Clarke was sentenced in the Criminal Court on 28 February 1818 to four years at Newcastle penal settlement. She was the only women on a list of 35 prisoners to be transported to Newcastle on the Elizabeth Henrietta on 13 March 1818
 
180810 Findlay Elizabeth Experiment 1809 10 February 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  Elizabeth Findlay charged with drunkenness and abusive language to the wife of the Chief Constable....Charlotte Calvert states....Findlay came to my house yesterday afternoon. She was drunk. She abused me in the most outrageous manner. I was obliged to go for a constable. The prisoner offered no defence...Sentenced to be confined in a cell at night, but to take her tour of duty at the hospital. When not on duty to remain in gaol
 
180858 Findlay Elizabeth Experiment 1809 26 March 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  Elizabeth Findlay charged with repeated drunkenness and absent from duty at the hospital, disobedience of orders and repeatedly harbouring persons at her house during the hours of Government labour and at other improper and unreasonable time. Sentenced to the Factory at Parramatta for the remainder of her original sentence
 
180764 Findlay (Finlay) Elizabeth Experiment 1809 3 January 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  Hannah Chappel and Elizabeth Findlay charged with drunkenness...Chief Constable James Calvert found the women intoxicated after they left their duties at the hospital without leave. They admitted the charge and were sentenced to 2 days in solitary confinement.
 
180771 Findlay (Finlay) Elizabeth (Betsy) Experiment 1809 21 January 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  Elizabeth Findlay charged with being acquainted with a robbery without divulging the same...Ann Carr alias Coffee charged with having the stolen property in her possession....John Taylor stated.....About a week ago I was robbed of a blue coat, a jacket and a pair of trousers. John Magennis told me yesterday the things had been offered to him for sale on Saturday last by Elizabeth Findlay. John Duncan told me last night that a little before he saw John Large and Findlay in Macquarie street and that he heard Findlay say she had the carpenters things to which Large replied Dont talk too loud or you will be overheard. John Maginnis stated.. Betsey Findlay offered me on Saturday night last some things for sale which she said should be a bargain. She did not say what the things were or to whom they belonged. I did not ask any question about them as I did not want to have anything to do with things of that description. Isaac Elliott stated - I was ordered this morning to search some suspected houses for articles which had been stolen some time since from Mr. Evans. I found in a house inhabited by Ann Carr and James Dingle, the coat now before the court; it was placed on a form and a box on it, which hid it completely. Ann Carr in her defence stated....John Magennis brought the coat to my house on Monday evening between the hours of four and five and desired me to take care of it. I objected at first to receive it fearing Dingle would ill beat me, but at last consented and placed it upon the box. Elizabeth Findlay denied all knowledge of the robbery. .....Sentence of Elizabeth Findlay and Ann Carr: To be sent to Port Macquarie for the remainder of their original sentence and to be confined in gaol
 
41265 Finlay Elizabeth Experiment 1809 1818 31 December Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners sent to Newcastle per 'Lady Nelson'
 
41266 Finlay Elizabeth Experiment 1809 1820 4 March Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners sent to Newcastle per 'Lady Nelson'
 
41267 Finlay Elizabeth Experiment 1809 1822 20 March Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per 'Elizabeth Henrietta'
 
41264 Finlay (Fanling) Elizabeth Experiment 1809 1812 6 May Newcastle CSI
 
  Sent to Newcastle as prisoner per 'Estramina'
 
176583 Gates (formerly Doyle Anne Experiment 1809 1824 Newcastle district Newcastle (Hunter River) Population Book, 1824 - Ancestry
 
  Born c. 1794. Wife of John Gates
 
110459 Gibson Catherine Experiment 1809 1837 Newcastle GRC
 
  Aged 45. Assigned to the gaol at Newcastle
 
77496 Lamb (Lambe) Rose (Rosetta) Experiment 1809 1817 9 January - CSI
 
  On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle
 
77497 Lamb (Lambe) Rose (Rosetta) Experiment 1809 1816 15 June Sydney SG
 
  Found guilty of robbing James Turcliff of promissory notes
 
 
 
 
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