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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
92359 - - Anne 1810 - - The Convict Ships - Charles Bateson
 
  Master Charles Clarke; 200 male convicts
 
137329 - - Anne 1810 1810 3 March Port Jackson SG
 
  Arrived from England late February under Captain Clarke with 197 male prisoners, having lost one overboard on the passage, whose name was Pope. The prisoners were in a healthy state and expressed the highest satisfaction at their treatment on the passage. Military Officers Capt. Maclean. Lieuts Purcell and Drury and Assistant Surgeon Martin, the last three accompanied by their families. Passenger Rev. Marsden and wife and Rev. Cartwright and family
 
27977 Addison Thomas Anne 1810 1813 21 July Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle
 
27978 Addison Thomas Anne 1810 1823 18 February Newcastle CSI
 
  Settler at Patersons Plains. On return of land cleared and improvements at Hunter River
 
27979 Addison Thomas Anne 1810 1824 June Newcastle CSI
 
  Addison's government servant William Hudson punished at Newcastle
 
27980 Addison Thomas Anne 1810 1825 26 July Newcastle CSI
 
  Samuel Wihtney servant to Addison
 
104757 Addison Thomas Anne 1810 Burial 1828 July From Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle . Burials p5
 
  Age 52. Occupation labourer
 
32378 Boonham James Anne 1810 1823 10 September Patrick Plains CSI
 
  T/L holder. Permitted to pass with cattle from Windsor to Benjamin Singleton's farm at Patrick Plains
 
35733 Cassidy John Anne 1810 1813 4 October Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per 'Estramina'
 
35734 Cassidy John Anne 1810 1815 1 August Newcastle CSI
 
  Cassidy sent to Sydney. Claiming sentence had expired
 
35735 Cassidy John Anne 1810 1815 11 August Newcastle CSI
 
  Returned to Newcastle as a free man
 
36759 Cobb James Anne 1810 1814 5 February Newcastle CSI
 
  Bushranger. Death sentence commuted to transportation for life. Commandant at Newcastle, Lieutenant Thompson instructed that Cobb being a dangerous and desperate ruffian, be wrought in double irons and employed at hard labour
 
36760 Cobb James Anne 1810 1814 November Newcastle CSI
 
  On monthly returns of prisoners punished at Newcastle
 
36761 Cobb James Anne 1810 1814 5 November Newcastle CSI
 
  Runaway from Newcastle. Apprehended
 
36762 Cobb James Anne 1810 1822 October Newcastle CSI
 
  On monthly returns of prisoners punished at Newcastle
 
36763 Cobb James Anne 1810 1823 12 January Newcastle CSI
 
  Prisoner at Newcastle. Petition for ticket of leave
 
131746 Cobb James Anne 1810 1828 5 May Sydney SG
 
  Absconded from Hyde Park Barracks. Second time of running
 
167092 Cobb James Anne 1810 3 August 1818 Newcastle Colonial Secretary's Papers. State Records of NSW Special Bundles
 
  Marriage of James Cobb age 30 arrived per 'Anne', to Mary McCarty, age 35 arrived per 'Broxbornebury'
 
77461 Cobb John (?James) Anne 1810 1814 10 December Newcastle SG
 
  Absconded from Newcastle settlement
 
38300 Davis John Anne 1810 1813 2 November Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per 'Estramina'
 
 
 
 
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