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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
77659 - - Palambam 1831 1831 8 August Sydney SH
 
  Females of the Palambam landed
 
77660 - - Palambam 1831 1831 5 September - SH
 
  Two women injured on their journey to Hunter River by the overturning of a dray
 
95123 - - Palambam 1831 1831 17 June - Australian
 
  On the way to NSW from London. Went ashore in a fog on the 13th February 1831 under Dover Castle without damage
 
115909 - - Palambam 1831 1831 1 August Port Jackson SH
 
  Arrived from Cork, on the 31st July having sailed the 23rd of March, the ship Palambam, Captain Willis with 114 female prisoners, Surgeon Superintendent James Osborne, This vessel also brought 50 girls from the Founding Hospital of Cork, two matrons, their husbands, seven children, four females, wives of convicts living in the colony and six of their children
 
164324 Ahern Johanna Palambam 1831 2 July 1845 Singleton Application to Marry
 
  James Fibbins aged 48 arrived per 'Marquis of Hastings', application to marry Johanna Ahern aged 37 arrived per 'Palambam'
 
166849 Ahern Johanna Palambam 1831 1831 Sydney Convict Indents (Ancestry)
 
  Age 23. Housemaid from Cork. Epileptic. Tried 7 January 1831 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing clothes. Ruddy freckled and pockpitted complexion, 4ft 8 1/4in, Dark brown hair, hazel eyes. Note: Brother John Ahern arrived 2 years previously and sisters Margaret and Ellen arrived 3 years previously. Assigned to Catherine Garratt in Sydney on arrival.
 
72105 Ahern Mary Palambam 1831 1832 22 December Newcastle Application to marry
 
  Application to marry Joseph Jones
 
129942 Ahern Mary Palambam 1831 1831 - AO NSW Principal Superintendent of convicts. Indents. Fiche No. 698
 
  Housemaid aged 23 from Cork. Sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing clothes. Ruddy,freckled and much pockpitted. Flat nose
 
101726 Ahern (Jones) Mary Palambam 1831 1833 Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle
 
  Marriage of Joseph Jones aged 31 and Mary Ahern aged 21
 
28385 Brown Ann Palambam 1831 1836 24 November Maitland SM
 
  Apprehended after absconding from the service of Rev. J. Garven
 
178217 Brown Ann Palambam 1831 1 April 1837 Newcastle gaol Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 136
 
  Servant from Limerick. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland. Returned to Government service being pregnant. Forwarded to the female factory at Parramatta 5th April 1837
 
164904 Connor Honora Palambam 1831 December 1832 Newcastle crossed out. Sydney Application to Marry
 
  Samuel Walton age 29 arrived per 'Dick', application to marry Honora Connors age 21 arrived per 'Palambam'
 
69477 Cremin Mary Palambam 1831 1832 21 November Maitland 1832 GG
 
  Dairymaid and allwork. Convict transferred to George Muir
 
129941 Cremin Mary Palambam 1831 1831 - AO NSW Principal Superintendent of convicts. Indents. Fiche No. 698
 
  Dairymaid age 27 from Cork. Mother of 1 daughter. Sentenced to transportation for 7 years for stealing clothes
 
163968 Cremin Mary Palambam 1831 1831832 Hunter River Settler and Convict Lists 1787-1834. Ancestry
 
  Age 27. Assigned to George Sparke
 
175236 Cremin Mary Palambam 1831 June 1832 Maitland Application to Marry - refused
 
  James Hennessey per Marquis of Lansdown application to marry Mary Cremin per Palambam refused as female already married
 
15689 Doyle Margaret Palambam 1831 1832 15 November Puen Buen SG
 
  Laundress assigned to John Bingle
 
69463 Doyle Margaret Palambam 1831 1832 14 November Puen Buen 1832 GG
 
  Laundress assigned to John Bingle
 
129943 Doyle Margaret Palambam 1831 1831 - AO NSW Principal Superintendent of convicts. Indents. Fiche No. 698
 
  Laundress age 24 from Dublin. Sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing a shawl. One previous conviction
 
182729 Doyle Margaret Palambam 1831 23 February 1833 Invermein Invermein Court of Petty Sessions. Deposition Books 1833 -1834 (Ancestry)
 
  Margaret Doyle per ship Palambam, assigned to John Bingle Esq., charged with drunkenness, gross insolence and neglect of duty. ....John Bingle states - On Wednesday morning last I found the prisoner in one of the huts with four or five of the men and ordered her to the kitchen soon afterwards. I heard her very abusive to Mrs. Bingle. I went into the kitchen and found the prisoner had been drinking. She said she would be buggered if she would do another stroke of work and was otherwise very abusive and said she had done all she intended to do or would do all she wanted was to go to the Factory. She went out of the kitchen. I ordered her back, she said she would not go for me or any one else. I then sent two of the mounted police to take her in charge....The prisoner denies having had any spirits but admits the other part of the charge. The Bench find the prisoner guilty and sentence her to kept in the gaol at Newcastle on solitary confinement on bread and water for 14 days and returned to the service of government
 
 
 
 
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