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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
92353 - - Speke 1808 - - The Convict Ships - Charles Bateson
 
  Master John Hingston; Surgeon J. Macmillan; 99 female convicts
 
102458 - - Speke 1808 1808 20 November Sydney SG; & Historical Records of New South Wales
 
  The Speke convict ship arrived on 16th November having departed England with 97 female prisoners 18th May. All prisoners healthy, one lost on the passage out. Passengers included Captain Porteous, Lieutenant Oxley, Mr. Harris. The healthy and cleanly state in which the prisoners from the Speke were landed is a strong proof of te care and humanity with which they were treated during the voyage.
 
32911 Bray Harriet Speke 1808 1822 25 February Newcastle CSI
 
  To be transported to Newcastle for 3 years
 
180866 Bray Harriet Speke 1808 April 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  Harriet Bray per Speke in service to Isaac Elliott, charged with stealing a shirt, the property of Mr. Elliott. James Calvert, Chief Constable, states....I found the shirt now before the Court on the person of the prisoner yesterday. Isaac Elliott, states...The shirt is my property, the prisoner had no authority from me or my wife to take it out of my house. Harriet Bray sentenced to Solitary confinement for 11 days
 
32913 Bray Harriett Speke 1808 1825 1 March Newcastle CSI
 
  Sentence expired. Permitted to proceed from Newcastle to Sydney
 
180899 Bray Harriett Speke 1808 24 May 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  Margaret Lawrence, Ann Carr alias Coffee and Harriet Bray all in government service. Charged with being absent from Muster and missing Divine Service the previous day. The Chief Constable stated that the prisoners were absent from Muster on the bell ringing for Church yesterday and did not attend Divine service. Sentenced to be kept in the cells at night for one week
 
180937 Bray Harriett Speke 1808 28 June 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  Harriet Bray in government service charged with falsely accusations against the constable....James Calvert stated - In consequence of a disturbance at the house of Robert Young (absent in Sydney) I went down and dispersed the parties. The next day Harriett Bray told me that Sarah Freeman declared that I had been drinking in the course of that afternoon with the parties who had caused the disturbance. I went to Sarah Freeman and she told me that it was Harriett Bray who had made the report that I and my constables had been drinking with Samuel Bryant. The prisoner states - I do not know what I say when I am intoxicated. I am sorry for what I said. Sentenced to solitary confinement for 14 days.
 
32912 Bray (Tilley) Harriet (Henrietta) Speke 1808 1822 Newcastle CSI
 
  Husband George Tilley petitioned to have Bray returned from Newcastle
 
33922 Chapel (Chappell) Hannah Speke 1808 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
 
  Housekeeper employed by John Trimbey
 
181059 Chappel Anna Speke 1808 16 December 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
 
  Anna Chappel in the service of government, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct. Proved on the evidence of the Chief Constable. To be confined at night in a cell until further orders
 
180763 Chappel Hannah Speke 1808 3 January 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (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.
 
163063 Chappell Hannah Speke 1808 1823/24/25 near Newcastle General Muster of New South Wales 1823, 1824, 1825
 
  Free by servitude. Residing at Newcastle
 
163065 Chappell Hannah Speke 1808 6 April 1810 Sydney CSC R6021 4/1819
 
  Gave evidence at the inquest on Henry Giddes, a seaman off the 'Porpoise'. Had been 'in company' with Giddes prior to his death
 
163066 Chappell Hannah Speke 1808 29 June 1811 Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per Lady Nelson
 
36259 Chappell (Chapel) Hannah Speke 1808 1822 20 March Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per Elizabeth Henrietta
 
47746 Duff James Speke 1808 1828 Durham Hills 1828 Census
 
  Came Free. Farmer
 
132453 Duff James Speke 1808 - Durham Hills, Patrick Plains Singleton Pioneer Register p. 30
 
  Born 1799 Dublin Ireland, son of Peter Duff and Elizbeth Stafford. Spouse Margaret Allen. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants
 
46673 Duff Peter Speke 1808 1828 Patrick Plains 1828 Census
 
  Landholder aged 60
 
87262 Duff Peter Speke 1808 1829 Newcastle CDR
 
  Free. Burial date
 
148053 Duff Peter Speke 1808 - - The 1788 - 1820 Associations Pioneer's Register
 
  Born c 1768 Ballyngor, Ireland. Private NSW Corps. Issue 1) John b. 1797. 2) James b. 1799 married Margaret ALLEN. 3) Ann b. 1802 married Samuel CLIFT 4). Eliza b. 1809 married John ECKFORD 5) Peter b. 1813 married Sarah Ann HOBDEN.
 
 
 
 
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