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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
178112 Campbell John Greenock 1824 30 September 1831 Sydney Convicts Applications to Marry State Archives NSW; Series: 12212; Item: 4/4508
  Application to marry granted - John Campbell age 33 arrived per Greenock (came free) to Charlotte Dawson age 29 arrived per Harmony
178108 Campbell John Greenock 1824 (came free) 25 October 1839 Newcastle gaol Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 136
  Came free. Carpenter from Southerlandshire. Admitted to Newcastle gaol charged with felony. Sentenced at trial to 7 years transportation. Sent to Sydney gaol on 23 December 1834
62814 Lang Andrew Greenock 1824 1828 Dunmore, Patterson's Plains 1828 Census
  Came Free. Landholder aged 25 in 1828
177816 Radford Dr. Greenock 1824 22 November 1823 VDL Hobart Town Gazette
  Passenger on the Greenock
47958 Radford Dr. Henry W Greenock 1824 - Hunter River CSI
  Former Surgeon 65th Regiment. Settler at Hunter River
47959 Radford Dr. Henry W Greenock 1824 1824 12 November Newcastle CSI
  To be victualled from the Store at Newcastle for 6mths with his wife, child and convict servants
42644 Smith Eliza Greenock 1824 1828 Elderslie Park, Plains 1828 Census
  Came free. Residing with W.H. Radford. Aged 8
170308 Smith Eliza Greenock 1824 1825 near Newcastle Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 20
  Employed by Mr. Radford
177815 Tonance (Torrance) Hugh L Greenock 1824 22 November 1823 VDL Hobart Town Gazette
  Passenger on the Greenock
147906 Torrance (Torrence) Hugh Greenock 1824 1825 17 August Hunter River CSI
  Came Free. Landholder on first branch of Hunter River, recently returned from South Seas. Memorial to exchange land granted (Fiche 3159; 4/1844C No.809 pp.1013-6)
167493 Warren Alexander Greenock 1824 22 November 1823 Hobart Hobart Town Gazette
  Alexander Warren and John Wyld Esqrs., Agents for the Australian Company, the former for New South Wales and the latter for VDL arrived in the company's ship Greenock at Hobart