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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
168622 Falkiner (Faulkner) John ? Guildford 1816? 22 November 1815 Dublin, Ireland "Ireland." Times [London, England] 22 Nov. 1815: 4. The Times Digital Archive. Web. 11 Mar. 2013.
 
The London Times reported in November 1815 that .....On Friday evening, three Dublin convicts, by the names of Falkiner, Hopkins, and Holster who were obliged to be brought up from the Botany Bay ship, in order to make room for the persons sentenced to transportation, under the Insurrection Act, at Clonmel and Limerick, attempted to make their escape out of the north Jail, through the sewer; the three had descended, and were in this situation when they were discovered by the vigilance of Mr. Welsh who had them property secured.



109830 Falkner (Faulkner) John Marquis of Huntley 1826 1837 Invermein GRC
 
Aged 32. Tried in Worcester. Ticket of leave holder



46792 Faulkiner (Faulkner) John - 1848 28 October West Maitland MM
 
Gave subscription for the purchase of a fire engine, hose etc



50720 Faulkner John - 1849 17 January Maitland, Newcastle, Paterson MM
 
Appointed to Wesleyan School Board



51193 Faulkner John - 1849 17 January Maitland, Newcastle, Paterson, Singleton, Wollombi MM
 
Appointed to Wesleyan School board



125071 Faulkner John Edward Lombe 1835 4 July Newcastle NGE
 
Labourer from Ramsgate. Admitted to Newcastle from Patrick Plains under sentence of 28 days in the cells. Sent to the watch house to be returned to his gang 1 August



41225 Faulkner John Eliza 1822 1823 25 July Newcastle CSI
 
Assigned servant of A. McLeod. Permitted to proceed to Newcastle per 'Fame'



48129 Faulkner John Marquis of Huntley 1826 1828 Segenhoe 1828 Census
 
Aged 26. Stockman assigned to P. McIntyre



168696 Faulkner (Fawkner) John Calcutta 1803 (came free) 10 February 1815 - Colonial Secretary's Correspondence
 
On a list of prisoners to be transported to Newcastle on the Lady Nelson. Fortesa de Santo and John Fawkner both sentenced by a Bench of Magistrates in Hobart to three years at Newcastle



68688 Faulkner (Fawkner) (Falkiner) Constable John Guildford 1816 1820 18 May Newcastle Convict Settlement
 
Punished for aiding and assisting in a robbery and having part of the property found on his person



41227 Faulkner (Fawkner) (Falkiner) John Guildford 1816 1819 13 September Newcastle CSI
 
On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per 'Elizabeth Henrietta'



41228 Faulkner (Fawkner) (Falkiner) John Guildford 1816 1820 May, October Newcastle CSI
 
On monthly return of prisoners punished at Newcastle



68763 Faulkner (Fawkner) (Falkiner) John Guildford 1816 1820 28 October Newcastle Convict Settlement
 
Punished for theft in gaol



77732 Faulkner (Fawkner) (Falkiner) John Guildford 1816 1819 3 September - CSI
 
On list of prisoners sentenced to Newcastle who arrived from VDL



61930 Fawkner (Faulkner) (Falkiner) John - 1819 31 July - SG
 
Hobart. Sentenced to 200 lashes and transportation to Newcastle for 3yrs for robbing His Majesty's Stores




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