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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
115891 - - Kains 1831 1831 12 March Port Jackson SG
 
  Departed London 8th July and arrived Port Jackson 11 March. Captain Goodwin. Bringing 120 female prisoners, 2 having died on the voyage. Three free women with four children came by the Kains to join their husbands. Surgeon Superintendent J. Clarke
 
177513 Armstrong Hannah Kains 1831 5 May 1836 Newcastle gaol Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 136
 
  Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland under charge of refusing to work. Sentenced to 14 days in the cells. Assigned to Mr. Bedwell at paterson on 1st June 1836
 
47187 Armstrong (Armsworth) Ann Kains 1831 1837 Newcastle GRC
 
  Tried at Newgate. Assigned to the Gaol at Newcastle
 
105160 Armsworth Ann Kains 1831 1837 March Newcastle (jail) Register Book of Christ Church (Cathedral) Newcastle. Baptisms, Marriages and Burials 1826 to May 1837 p. 24
 
  Burial of Thomas Armsworth, infant son of Ann Armsworth. Died aged 5 months
 
108966 Armsworth Ann Kains 1831 1836 3 November Abode: Newcastle jail Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms p.27
 
  Single woman. Prisoner of the Crown. Baptism of son Thomas Armsworth
 
158065 Armsworth Ann Kains 1831 1830 27 May London The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
 
  Indicted for stealing, on 7t May, 1 shawl belonging to Daniel Stubbs. Found guilty and sentenced to transportation for 7 years. Aged 28
 
158066 Armsworth Ann Kains 1831 1841 9 February - Australasian Chronicle
 
  Obtained Certificate of Freedom
 
174843 Armsworth Ann Kains 1831 1831 - State Archives NSW. Convict Indents. microfiche 678
 
  Age 28. Single woman with one child. Native place London. Occupation house maid and plain cook. Tried at Newgate 27 May 1830 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing shawl. Assigned to Thomas Ryan on arrival. Sentenced to 12 months in Newcastle gaol and 25 days in the cells by the Paterson Bench for assault and destroying property 5th July 1836.
 
174844 Armsworth Ann Kains 1831 1831 Parramatta Index Female Factory Parramatta. State Library NSW
 
  Nancy, daughter of Ann Armsworth admitted to the orphan school....http://guides.sl.nsw.gov.au/content.php?pid=445387&sid=3755496
 
179424 Beecher (Beacher) Jane Kains 1831 26 May 1840 Newcastle gaol Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 136
 
  Housemaid from Durham. Ticket of leave holder. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Newcastle. To be confined for 2 months. Discharged to her husband
 
175167 Beecher (Beacher) (alias Craig) Jane Kains 1831 1 April 1840 Newcastle gaol State Archives NSW; Gaol Entrance Book, Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757
 
  Admitted to Newcastle gaol on a charge of possessing stolen property. Remanded
 
163962 Bulpin Sarah Kains 1831 1831-32 - Settler and Convict Lists 1787-1834. Ancestry
 
  Age 22. Assigned to Percy Simpson
 
174846 Bulpin Sarah Kains 1831 1831 - State Archives NSW. Convict Indents. Microfiche 678
 
  Age 22. Married. Nursemaid from Taunton. Tried 30 March 1830 and sentenced to 14 years transportation for receiving stolen goods. Assigned to Percy Simpson on arrival. Note - brothers in law Thomas Ryce and John Bryant
 
174876 Craggs Jane Kains 1831 28 January 1830 Newcastle UK Local records By John Sykes, John Sykes (of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.)
 
  Between ten and eleven oclock at night a most destructive fire broke out in the extensive coach-manufactory of Mr. J. L. Angas, in Angas Court, Bigg Market, Newcastle, which entirely destroyed the same, with the greatest part of the contents even before the fire engines could arrive. The fire, which was first seen to issue from above Mr. Angas counting-house, was not got under till near four oclock on the following morning (Friday). The fire soon extended to the houses in the court on the side of St. John s Lane, and three of them to the bare walls were destroyed, and also several workshops in the Fighting Cocks yard on the opposite side of the court. The immense floor-cloth manufactory of Mr. Hardcastle, which towered above the houses on the west side of St. Johns Lane, also soon caught fire in the roof........ A conflagration so direful in its consequences, had, it was supposed, never before occurred in Newcastle. The lofty and beautiful steeple of St. Nicholas church being illuminated by the flames, had a most enchanting appearance. There was a subscription for the poor sufferers by this fire. As there had been such dreadful plundering during this calamity, the houses of various suspicious characters were afterwards searched, and several of the purloined goods were found. At the Spring Assizes, in March, Elizabeth Smith, aged 29 years, Jane Craggs, and Richard Beecher, aged 21 years, were each sentenced to be transported for 14 years, for stealing bedding, clothes, &c., at this fire.
 
174847 Craggs (alias Brookes) Jane Kains 1831 1831 - State Archives NSW. Convict Indents. microfiche 678
 
  Age 24. Married, Native of Durham. Occupation allwork in a public house. Tried at Newcastle 14 January 1830 and sentenced to 14 years transportation for pledging cloth. Assigned to William Ogilvie on arrival.
 
131303 Craggs (alias Bucher) (?Beecher) Jane Kains 1831 1837 12 April Port Stephens GG
 
  Granted Ticket of Leave
 
71542 Ellis Mary Kains 1831 1831 27 August Newcastle Application to marry
 
  Bond. Application to marry John Jones
 
163971 Ellis Mary Kains 1831 1831-32 - Settler and Convict Lists 1787-1834. Ancestry
 
  Mary Ellis aged 37 assigned to William Dumaresq
 
174848 Ellis Mary Kains 1831 1831 - State Archives NSW. Convict Indents. Microfiche 678
 
  Age 27. Native place Northampton. Widow. Occupation cook and housemaid. Tried in London 15 April 1830 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing a bag. Assigned to William Dumaresq on arrival.
 
54225 Freeman (Smith) Mary Ann Kains 1831 - - An Organised Banditti, p.199
 
  Born in Stockport, England in 1811. Transported for stealing clothes. Kitchen maid and needlewoman. Wife of James
 
 
 
 
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