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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
97724 Holden (Holding) Sarah Kains 1831 1831 25 August Patterson's Plains NGE
 
  Servant from London. Admitted to Newcastle gaol en route to Female Factory. Sentenced to 3mths in 3rd class. Sent to Sydney 10 September
 
21968 Holdern (Holding) Sarah - 1831 4 November - R V Foley. Supreme Court Records
 
  In service to Mr. Hobbs
 
7117 Holding Sarah - 1831 4 November Maitland R v Foley. SC
 
  In service to Mr. Cobbs. Refused to testify in court case against Timothy Foley, held in contempt and committed to gaol.
 
52540 Holding Sarah - 1831 8 November Maitland SG
 
  Committed to gaol for conempt when she refused to testify against Timothy Foley
 
97725 Holding Sarah - 1831 19 May ?Sydney SG
 
  Charged by her master Mr. Burroughs with absenting herself. Found that she had given herself up to a constable on account ofalleged ill treatment by her master. Returned to the first clas of the Female Factory
 
154936 Holding Sarah - 1843 11 September Houghton, Paterson Australian Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records
 
  Marriage of Thomas Myers and Sarah Holding
 
97726 Holding Sarah Kains 1831 1837 Sydney GRC
 
  Aged 36. Assigned to Mary Summers
 
174852 Holding Sarah Kains 1831 1831 - State Archives NSW. Convict Indents. Microfiche 678
 
  Age 24. Single woman. Native of London. Occupation all work. Tried in Wells 11 January 1830 and sentenced to transportation for life for robbing lodgings. Assigned to William Burrowes on arrival.
 
97696 Holding (Olden) Sarah - 1831 19 August Maitland NGE
 
  Timothy Foley admitted to Newcastle gaol en route to Sydney to be tried for the rape of Sarah Olden
 
 
 
 
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