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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
125466 Creeny (alias Crinion) Patrick - 1848 11 February Goulburn Circuit court SMH
 
  Acquitted on a charge of sheep stealing
 
125468 Creeny (Crinion) Patrick - 1833 30 May ? SG
 
  Apprehended after absconding from the Road Department
 
154299 Crinane Paddy (Patrick) - 1834 21 January Castle Forbes Sydney Monitor
 
  Overseer employed at Castle Forbes.
 
68864 Crinion Constable Patrick Cambridge 1827 1832 30 May Newcastle GG 1832
 
  Appointed constable (and to act as scourger) in room of David Newton
 
69337 Crinion Constable Patrick Cambridge 1827 1832 5 September Newcastle GG 1832
 
  Dismissed from position of constable and scourger for theft. Replaced by Joseph Fleming
 
76333 Crinion Patrick Cambridge 1827 1834 30 June Newcastle Application to marry
 
  Aged 27. Application to marry Caroline Haines. Allowed
 
125467 Crinion Patrick Cambridge 1827 1834 28 October - SG
 
  Granted Certificate of Freedom
 
177769 Crinion Patrick Cambridge 1827 1827 - Convict Indent. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4012]; Microfiche: 666
 
  Age 20. Farmers man from Louth. Tried 16 March 1827 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing a coat. Assigned to Edward Sparke junior at Hunter River on arrival. Sentenced to six months in an iron gang by Newcastle Bench for stealing two blankets in June 1832
 
125465 Cronin (Crinion) Patrick Cambridge 1827 1832 Newcastle GDB
 
  Born 1804, 5'4 1/4"; stout, sallow complexion, grey eyes. A pearl (?) catarract in the left eye. Flagellator at Newcastle. Sentenced to 6 months in an iron gang for stealing blankets
 
 
 
 
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