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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
178679 Hare (?Livingstone) Elizabeth Louisa 1827 27 October 1837 Newcastle gaol Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 137
 
  Native place Greenock. Admitted to Newcastle gaol. Sentenced to 1 months imprisonment
 
93229 Livingstone Eliza Louisa 1827 1831 10 March - NGE
 
  Native of Scotland. Servant. Protestant. Sentenced by the Williams River bench to 14 days solitary confinement for neglect of duty and disobedience of orders. Returned to her master Mr. Hook on 24 March
 
175099 Livingstone Eliza Louisa 1827 27 October 1834 - SH
 
  Granted Certificate of Freedom
 
94522 Livingstone Elizabeth Louisa 1827 1831 25 May - NGE
 
  Servant from Scotland. Sent to Newcastle gaol from Thalaba. Sentenced to 3rd class female factory. Sent 10 June on the Lord Liverpool cutter
 
163201 Livingstone Elizabeth Louisa 1827 December 1827 - AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 668
 
  Age 27. Reads and writes. Single woman with 1 child. House servant from Greenock. Tried in Glasgow 4 May 1827 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing in a dwelling house. Assigned to Joseph Underwood in Sydney on arrival. Sentenced to 12 months ? in 1844
 
175100 Livingstone Elizabeth Louisa 1827 16 December 1843 Darlinghurst gaol -
 
  Native place Greenock. Occupation servant. Sentenced to 3 months confinement
 
125620 Livingstone Elizabeth Ann - 1844 9 July - GG
 
  George Cooper Turner (plaintiff) v. Thomas Smith, Elizabeth Dillon, William Walker, Elizabeth Household, Elizabeth Ann Livingstone, Ann May Livingstone, Jane Eliza Livingstone and Ann Cain (defendants) Notice to defendants to clear contempt and answer plaintiff's bill
 
108879 Livingstone Jane Eliza - 1835 14 April Butterwick Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Baptisms p.24
 
  Daughter of Alexander and Mary Ursula. Baptism
 
125622 Livingstone Jane Eliza - 1844 9 July Supreme Court of NSW GG
 
  George Cooper Turner (plaintiff) v. Thomas Smith, Elizabeth Dillon, William Walker, Elizabeth Household, Elizabeth Ann Livingstone, Ann May Livingstone, Jane Eliza Livingstone and Ann Cain (defendants) Notice to defendants to clear contempt and answer plaintiff's bill
 
45069 Livingstone Miss Elizabeth Ann - 1848 13 September Sydney MM
 
  Eldest daughter of Alexander Livingstone, harbour master, married W. T. Boyce on 5th September 1848
 
125345 Livingstone (Bell) Jane Eliza - 1858 17 June Christ Church Cathedral Newcastle Marriages Register Book of Christchurch Cathedral, Newcastle 1858 - 1868
 
  Marriage of Francis Bell aged 37 and Jane Eliza Livingstone. Witnesses Alexander Livingstone, William Wright, Elizabeth Ann Boyce, Ellen Burrows, Frances Elizabeth Corlette
 
 
 
 
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