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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
113126 - - Pyramus 1832 1832 6 March Port Jackson SG
 
  Departed London 13 October. Arrived PJ 5th March with 147 female prisoners. Captain Wilson. Surgeon Superintendent James Rutherford. Passengers Robert Nichol, Mrs. Ann Nichol, Miss E. Willis, Miss Isabella Willis, and 6 children belonging to prisoners. One child died on the passage
 
126932 Allum Jane Pyramus 1832 1840 16 September Wollombi GG
 
  Granted Ticket of Leave
 
163591 Allum Jane Pyramus 1832 19 March 1842 East Maitland Application to Marry
 
  Richard Dew aged 36, arrived per Roslin Castle, application to marry Jane Allum aged 41 arrived per Pyramus. Granted
 
163847 Allum Jane Pyramus 1832 29 May 1838 Maitland Application to Marry
 
  William Bentham aged 38, arrived per Midas, application to marry Jane Allum aged 37, arrived per Pyramus. Granted
 
16271 Andrews Ann Pyramus 1832 1832 20 December Maitland SG
 
  General servant. Assigned to W.P. Palmer
 
20205 Andrews Ann Pyramus 1832 1837 Patrick Plains GRC
 
  Tried Newgate. Assigned to John Leed
 
69890 Andrews Ann Pyramus 1832 1832 19 December Maitland 1832 GG
 
  General servant asigned to W.P. Palmer
 
107314 Andrews Ann Pyramus 1832 1834 21 November Newcastle NGE
 
  Servant from Cork. Admitted to Newcastle gaol under sentence of 28 days in the cells. Assigned to Mr. Swailes at Maitland 16 January 1835
 
111306 Andrews Ann Pyramus 1832 1835 17 February Newcastle gaol NGE
 
  Servant from Cork. Admitted to Newcastle gaol under sentence of 1 month solitary confinement and return to her mistress. Re-assigned to Mrs. Nowlan at Maitland 15 April
 
111829 Andrews Ann Pyramus 1832 1835 28 April Newcastle gaol NGE
 
  Cook and servant. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland under sentence of 14 days in the cells and return to service. Re-assigned to Thomas Williams at Maitland 22 May
 
124840 Andrews Ann Pyramus 1832 1835 15 June Newcastle gaol NGE
 
  Servant from Cork. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland 15 June under sentence of 14 days confinement and then to return to government service
 
125043 Andrews Ann Pyramus 1832 1837 19 December Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
  Assigned to Rev. Wilton. Charged with drunkennes and insolence on 18th December after Rev. Wilton found her 'tipsy'. Sentenced to 14 days solitary
 
125051 Andrews Ann Pyramus 1832 1837 19 December Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
  Sentenced to 14 days solitary confinement for disobedience of orders after she was observed talking to Charles Lane at the gate of Rev. Wilton's premises. Lane sentenced to 2 months on the treadmmill. Maria Harrison gave evidence in the case
 
168322 Andrews Ann Pyramus 1832 1841 Newcastle Newcastle Gaol Description Books 1841 - 1848. Roll 759. Page 5
 
  Born 1810. 5ft 4in.Slender build, fair complexion. Admitted to Newcastle gaol
 
175288 Andrews Ann Pyramus 1832 July 1834 Newcastle Application to Marry - refused
 
  Augustus Fitzgerald per Marquis of Huntley application to marry Ann Andrews per Pyramus not allowed, Fitzgerald being already married
 
178017 Andrews Ann Pyramus 1832 3 October 1839 Newcastle gaol Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 136
 
  Admitted to Newcastle gaol for medical treatment
 
178479 Andrews Ann Pyramus 1832 13 May 1837 Newcastle gaol Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 136
 
  Admitted to Newcastle gaol from St. Patrick Plains. Sentenced to 14 days in solitary confinement.
 
69141 Andrews Joanna Pyramus 1832 1832 18 July Cleveland House, Sydney 1832 GG
 
  Cook. Assigned to Mary Weller.
 
69166 Andrews Joanna Pyramus 1832 1832 1 August Cleveland House, Sydney 1832 GG
 
  Plain cook and housemaid aged 28; 5'4"; hazel eyes, auburn hair, fair ruddy compl.,Absconded from Mary Weller
 
69892 Andrews (?Anderson) Margaret Pyramus 1832 1832 19 December Maitland 1832 GG
 
  House servant assigned to T.V. Bloomfield
 
 
 
 
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