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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
92358 - - Indispensable 1809 - - The Convict Ships - Charles Bateson
 
  Master Henry Best; Surgeon William Evans; 62 female convicts
 
111589 - - Indispensable 1809 1809 20 August Sydney SG
 
  Arrived 19 August 1809. 'Departed England 2nd March, touched at Rio from whence she sailed 12 weeks since for Sydney'. 61 female prisoners arrived. Captain Best. Passengers Rev Cowper and family, Mr. Heartley RN and family
 
34246 Buffy Mary Indispensable 1809 (probably Indispensable 1796) 1820 15 June Newcastle CSI
 
  To be transported to Newcastle 14 years
 
164139 Dale Mary Indispensable 1809 14 September 1808 London The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
 
  Age 23. Sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealng on 13th August, a gown and pelisse, the property of John Weatherall
 
107353 Dale (?Deale) George Indispensable 1809 1831 29 September Newcastle NGE
 
  Labourer. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland. To be sent to Sydney for trial at Supreme Court on a charge of felony. Forwarded 11 October
 
160926 Dale (alias Darby) George Indispensable 1809 1 February 1836 Maitland Quarter Sessions Maitland Quarter Sessions Feb 1836 - May 36. MF 2409
 
  Richard Lewis per 'Speke', prisoner for life sentenced to transportation for life for stealing cattle. His accomplice George Dale (alias Darby) sentenced to 14 years in VDL for receiving the cattle
 
46168 Deale George Indispensable 1809 1828 Ashgrove, Luskintyre 1828 Census
 
  Came free. Labourer employed by Thomas Pendergast
 
17180 Evans Dr. William Indispensable 1809 1810 Newcastle CSI
 
  Came Free. Imprisoned for debt to W. H. Mansel
 
17181 Evans Dr. William Indispensable 1809 1811 Newcastle CSI
 
  Assistant surgeon/ settler
 
17183 Evans Dr. William Indispensable 1809 1822 Newcastle CSI
 
  Resigned from position of assistant surgeon
 
41058 Evans Dr. William Indispensable 1809 - Newcastle CSI
 
  Came free. Assistant surgeon and settler at Newcastle
 
17182 Evans William Indispensable 1809 1817 Newcastle CSI
 
  Injured when gun misfired. Lost use of left hand.
 
27953 Evans William Indispensable 1809 1823 Bellevue -
 
  Granted 2000 acres. Select http://www.jenwilletts.com/william_evans.htm to find the location of William Evans' estate Bellevue
 
28091 Evans William Indispensable 1809 1823 - Historical Records of Newcastle
 
  Free selector of land in Newcastle/ Hunter Valley
 
164138 Gee Mary Indispensable 1809 30 November 1808 London The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
 
  Age 24. Sentenced to 7 years transportation for feloniously stealing, on 19th November, 21 yards of calico, the property of Walter Foy
 
42290 Gee Mary Indispensable 1809 (?) 1811 21 May Newcastle CSI
 
  Sent to Newcastle per 'Governor Hunter'
 
170690 Ison Sarah Indispensable 1809 1825 Newcastle Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 19
 
  Born c. 1780. Free by servitude. Wife of George Ison of Newcastle
 
170608 Kelly Mary Indispensable 1809 1825 Newcastle Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 19
 
  Mary Kelly born c. 1782. Arrived per Indispensable in 1809. Free by servitude. Wife of John Kelly of Newcastle
 
182178 Kelly Mary Indispensable 1809 24 October 1826 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
 
  (Wife of John Kelly) Mary Kelly, free by servitude charged with being a public nuisance by keeping her house open at irregular hours; of being riotous and disorderly; and obstructing the military in the performance of their duty; and of being frequently in a state of intoxication. Corporal Otway of the 3rd or Buffs states - On Saturday night last I was going round with the relief and on passing the residence of Mrs. Kelly, she came across the street and laid hold of one of the Guard. She was intoxicated at the time; two or three times during the same night she interrupted the relief as I went round with them. I have seen her in the streets upon various occasions in a state of intoxication. About midnight of Saturday last, soon after her husband was sent to the watch house for striking the sentry, I saw her at the Kings Store. She was then addressing herself to the sentry there in very improper terms. When I relieved him at two o clock he reported to me that he had been much annoyed all the time he had been on his post by Mrs. Kelly. Patrick Keggan, soldier in the Buffs states - I was on guard on Saturday last, and was Sentry at the Stores between the hours of midnight and two o clock, during which time Mrs. Kelly repeatedly came to me to get some men away from her house. She was drunk at the time. I cleared her house of the men she complained of after which she went out at the back door and brought them in again and I sent them away a second time. She then went into her house and shortly after a stone was thrown in the direction in which I was - it struck against the paling. I did not see any one about when the stone was thrown. I think it must have been thrown by some person in the house. The accused makes no defence; throws herself on the mercy of the court. The charged against the accused being fully proved, she is ordered to find sureties to be of good behaviour for twelve months in default of which to be committed to the gaol at the House of Correction for three months. N.B. Security given on the 26 October 1826
 
72710 Robinson Hannah Indispensable 1809 1812 Newcastle CSI
 
  Sent to Newcastle as prisoner
 
 
 
 
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