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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
92370 - - Wanstead 1814 - - The Convict Ships - Charles Bateson
 
  Master Henry Moore; 120 female convicts
 
115914 - - Wanstead 1814 1814 - Parliamentary Papers by Great Britain Parliament
 
  Departed Spithead 24 August 1813 with 120 female prisoners, 24 of whom were under 21 years of age. (1 was 14 years old; 5 were 17; 5 were 18; 7 were 19 and 6 were 20 years of age
 
27976 Adcock Margaret Wanstead 1814 1816 15 December Newcastle CSI
 
  Petition for mitigation of her sentence by her husband Henry
 
27975 Adcock (Palmer) Margaret Wanstead 1814 1815 25 October Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners forwarded to Newcastle per Lady Nelson
 
33947 Chilcott Elizabeth Wanstead 1814 1828 Patterson's Plains 1828 Census
 
  Aged 40 in 1828
 
167525 Coates Sarah Wanstead 1814 16 July 1814 Newcastle Colonial Secretary's Papers
 
  Sarah Coates and Ann Hubbard both on the list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle for the term of one year
 
167526 Coates Sarah Wanstead 1814 15 July 1812 - Ancestry.com. Australian Convict Transportation Registers
 
  Convicted at Glouster assizes 15 July 1812 and sentenced to 7 years transportation
 
167529 Coates Sarah Wanstead 1814 25 July 1812 Gloucester Assizes Jackson's Oxford Journal
 
  Sarah Coates for stealing wearing apparel from the dwelling house of Mr. William Terret of Churchdown sentenced to 7 years transportation
 
170121 Corfe (Le Corfe) (Lesurf) Elizabeth Wanstead 1814 1825 Newcastle Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 20
 
  Michael Parker, born in the colony c. 1820, son of Elizabeth Corfe at Newcastle
 
45994 Davis Mary Wanstead 1814 1828 Bethune, Patterson's Plains 1828 Census
 
  Came Free
 
162141 Duggleby Judith Wanstead 1814 5 June 1823 - SG
 
  Granted Certificate of Freedom (duplicate)
 
166774 Duggleby Judith Wanstead 1814 1814 - Convict Indents (Ancestry)
 
  Age 21. Convicted at Beverley Quarter Sessions, York on 6 October 1812 and sentenced to 7 years transportation
 
166775 Duggleby Judith Wanstead 1814 13 July 1838 - Certificates of Freedom 1827-1867 SRNSW (Ancestry)
 
  Farmer's servant from Yorkshire. Convicted of vagrancy at Beverly Quarter Sessions. 5ft 1 in, sallow complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Issued a Certificate of freedom in lieu of a previous one issued in 1833 which had been damaged
 
104039 Dugleby (Duggleby) Judith Wanstead 1814 1816 28 September - Colonial Secretary's Papers. (NRS 937. Copies of letters sent within the Colony. Ancestry
 
  Judith Duggleby was convicted by James Mileham Esq., on 15 September 1816 and sent to Newcastle penal settlement on the Lady Nelson with eight other prisoners (all men) on or soon after 28 September 1816.
 
169844 Glass Anne Wanstead 1814 1856 Newcastle gaol Gaol Description Book. State Archives NSW. Item: 2/2017; Roll: 759 (Ancestry)
 
  Born 1794. Laundress from Shropshire. Admitted to Newcastle gaol
 
169845 Glass Anne Wanstead 1814 31 May 1859 Newcastle gaol Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Item: 2/2009; Roll: 757 (Ancestry)
 
  Ann Glass, Servant from Shropshire admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland. Sent for trial and sentenced to 12 months hard labour in Darlinghurst gaol. Forwarded 17 November 1859
 
170745 Hibbert Ann Wanstead 1814 1825 Newcastle Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 19
 
  Free by servitude. Employed by Leslie Duguid in the district of Newcastle
 
62254 Hubbard Ann Wanstead 1814 1814 16 July Newcastle CSI
 
  Wife of Thomas Wright per 'Indian'; On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per Endeavour
 
62255 Hubbard Ann Wanstead 1814 1815 5 December Newcastle CSI
 
  Prisoner at Newcastle. Sent to Sydney for medical attention
 
62269 Hughes Margaret Wanstead 1814 1816 16 January Newcastle CSI
 
  Arrived at Newcastle per Estramina
 
 
 
 
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