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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
113452 - - John Bull 1821 1821 22 December Port Jackson SG
 
  Departed from Cork 25th July and touched at St. Jago. Arrived 18th December with 80 female prisoners. Captain Corlett and Surgeon Superintendent Dr. Elyard who was accompanied by his wife and 5 children. Passenger John Lawrie, a soldier, wife and 5 children
 
31637 Brown Mary John Bull 1821 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
 
  House keeper employed by Thomas Kelly
 
32946 Carrol Mary John Bull 1821 1828 Brisbane Grove, Patterson Plains 1828 Census
 
  Aged 31. Free. Servant employed by George Williams
 
169618 Cunningham Sally (or Sarah) John Bull 1821 - - State Archives. Bound Indents. [4/4007]; Microfiche: 646 (Ancestry)
 
  Age 20. Tried in Co. Cavan. Native place Ballenaghan? Sentenced to 7 years transportation. Complexion a little pitted and freckled.
 
181296 Cunningham Sarah John Bull 1821 4 July 1825 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  Catherine McCarthy per Grenada and Sarah Cunningham per John Bull, in the service of E.C. Close charged with drunkenness, outrageous behaviour, abusive language to their master and resisting the proper authorities. Isaac Perrott a constable stated - I was on duty at Mr. Closes at Wallis Plains on Friday evening. I was called upon to take charge of Sarah Cunningham who was drunk and fighting with the overseer; I had some difficulty in taking her into custody; the commandant and Mr. Close were present. She abused them both in the grosses terms. Shortly afterwards I was called upon to take Catherine McCarthy into custody. She was not so outrageous as the other woman but she was also drunk and made use of very insolent language to the Commandant and Mr. Close. When they got sober next morning they told me they were sorry for what had happened. Edward Charles Close by letter states - it is the belief of McCarthy and Cunningham that if they get to Sydney they will either escape or by some means be left on their own hands. There was not a man on the farm dare go near them. Their abuse was unceasing and their impertinence excessive. The prisoners admit the justice of the accusation as for Friday but deny having conducted themselves improperly the following morning. Being questioned whether they had any complaint to make against their master or mistress, they state they had no complaint having been always treated with kindness and express sorrow for their misconduct. Sentenced to 14 days solitary confinement in the cells at Newcastle and afterwards to be sent to the Factory at Parramatta for six months.
 
169619 Cunninham Sally John Bull 1821 1828 Sydney Application to Marry
 
  Sally Cunningham age 25 application to marry Thomas Jones arrived per Minstrel
 
176655 Dixon Ann John Bull 1821 1824 Newcastle district Newcastle (Hunter River) Population Book, 1824 - Ancestry
 
  Born c. 1796. In Hospital
 
132759 Fitzpatrick (Hughes) Anne John Bull 1821 - Black Creek Singleton Pioneer Register p. 49
 
  Born c 1797 at Clownes, Monaghan, Ireland. Spouse Samuel Griffiths Hughes. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants
 
168997 Griffin Margaret John Bull 1821 16 Janaury 1841 Newcastle gaol State Archives. Gaol Description and Entrance Books, 1818-1930; Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757.. (Ancestry)
 
  Margaret Griffin per John Bull and Mary A. Horsfield per Brothers, both free, admitted to Newcastle gaol under sentence of 1 months hard labour for being rogues and vagabonds. Magistrate Rinaldo Scheberras
 
61651 Lowrey John John Bull 1821 1829 - Gosford and the Kendall Country p15
 
  Cleared 4 acres of his 100 acre grant at New Brighton on the shores of the Broadwater
 
167193 Moss Eliza John Bull 1821 2 February 1825 Newcastle Colonial Secretary's Papers. State Records of NSW Special Bundles
 
  Eliza Moss age 30 on the Return of Burials at Newcastle
 
180752 Moss Eliza John Bull 1821 25 August 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
 
  Assigned to government. Sentenced to 14 days solitary confinement for disobedience of orders
 
180977 Moss Eliza John Bull 1821 23 August 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  Eliza Moss per John Bull, in the service of government. Charged with disobedience of orders in harbouring a vagrant. The Chief Constable states that Richard Lowe, a very suspicious character is a constant inmate at the prisoners lodgings. Sentenced to 14 days in the cells and to wear an iron collar
 
70819 Moss Elizabeth John Bull 1821 1822 5 November Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle
 
170053 Moss Elizabeth John Bull 1821 1825 Newcastle Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 20
 
  Died 25th January 1825 at Newcastle
 
63609 Roe (Rowe) Bridget John Bull 1821 1827 25 May - The Australian
 
  Dairywoman employed by John Smith. Witness at trial of Smith
 
71525 Roe (Rowe) Bridget John Bull 1821 1831 23 May Maitland Application to marry
 
  49 yrs of age. Free. Application to marry James Burton
 
72719 Roe (Rowe) Bridget John Bull 1821 1822 Newcastle CSI
 
  Assigned to Mr. Smith. Permitted to proceed to Newcastle.
 
72720 Roe (Rowe) Bridget John Bull 1821 1824 Newcastle CSI
 
  Re permission to marry at Newcastle
 
72721 Roe (Rowe) Bridget John Bull 1821 1825 Newcastle CSI
 
  Issued with Ticket of Leave & absconded from the service of John Smith. Smith asking for her return
 
 
 
 
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