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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
176662 - - Mariner 1821 15 December 1821 Sydney SG
 
  Arrived from Hobart and England on 15 December 1821. Captain Douglass. Passengers Mrs. and Miss Reibey, Miss Jane Reibey, Lieut. and Mrs. Thompson, George Reibey, Mr. McLeod, Master Howe, Mr. Henry Moore, Mr. Henry Davis, Dr. H.C. Church, Mr and Mrs. Dunn and two children. Mr. Henry Hawse, Mr Henry Owen, Mrs. Stroud, Master William Apsey, Mr. Alexander Tompsey, Mr. Cornelius Dempsey
 
47759 Dun Catherine Mariner 1821 1828 Duninald, Paterson 1828 Census
 
  Aged 8 in 1828. Came free
 
47758 Dun Fanny Mariner 1821 1828 Duninald, Paterson 1828 Census
 
  Aged 10 in 1828. Came Free
 
47757 Dun Maria Mariner 1821 1828 Duninald, Paterson 1828 Census
 
  Aged 29. Came free
 
47756 Dun William Mariner 1821 1828 Duninald, Paterson 1828 Census
 
  Aged 35. Came free. Farmer
 
103402 Dun William Mariner 1821 - Duninald, Paterson Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
  Born 1789 London. Spouse Maria Burdett. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 401
 
168850 Dun William Mariner 1821 15 December 1821 Sydney SG
 
  Passengers on the Marnier from England via Hobart included Mrs. Reiby and family, Lieut. Thompson, Mr. McLeod, Henry Moore, Henry Davis, Dr. Church, Mr Dun and family, Henry Hawse, Henry Owen, Mrs. Stroud, William Apsey, Alexander Tompsey and Cornelius Dempsey
 
173106 Hackett Bridget Mariner 1821 ? 7 December 1842 Newcastle gaol State Archives NSW. Gaol Entrance Books. Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757
 
  Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland on a charge of larceny. Sent for trial.
 
168851 Hawse (Hawes) Henry Mariner 1821 15 December 1821 Sydney SG
 
  Passengers on the Marnier from England via Hobart included Mrs. Reiby and family, Lieut. Thompson, Mr. McLeod, Henry Moore, Henry Davis, Dr. Church, Mr Dun and family, Henry Hawse, Henry Owen, Mrs. Stroud, William Apsey, Alexander Tompsey and Cornelius Dempsey
 
170664 Jones Hannah Mariner 1821 (came free) 1825 Newcastle Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 19
 
  Came free. Employed by William Dun in the district of Newcastle
 
168849 Owen Henry Mariner 1821 15 December 1821 Sydney SG
 
  Passengers on the Marnier from England via Hobart included Mrs. Reiby and family, Lieut. Thompson, Mr. McLeod, Henry Moore, Henry Davis, Dr. Church, Mr Dun and family, Henry Hawse, Henry Owen, Mrs. Stroud, William Apsey, Alexander Tompsey and Cornelius Dempsey
 
62532 Rotton Walter Mariner 1821 1822 25 October - SG
 
  Sentenced to 7 yrs transportation for embezzlement.Had been employed as clerk by Vicars Jacob
 
72741 Rotton Walter Mariner 1821 1822 - CSI
 
  Came Free; brother of John. To be tranported to Port Macquarie for 7 yrs.
 
104096 Rotton Walter Mariner 1821 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
  Born 1800. Spouse Jane Meredith. For information about descendants see Pioneer Register Entry No. 1270
 
 
 
 
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