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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
62455 Brouce (Brouse) William Prince of Orange 1821...... 1822 14 June Newcastle SG
 
  21 years old; Native of Somersetshire; 5'5 3/4"; hazel eyes; brown hair; fair ruddy complexion; absconded from Newcastle
 
34168 Brouse William Prince of Orange 1821...... 1821 26 July Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners sent to Newcastle per Mermaid
 
34169 Brouse William Prince of Orange 1821...... 1822 29 June Newcastle CSI
 
  Runaway from Newcastle. To be returned to Newcastle for 7 years
 
34170 Brouse William Prince of Orange 1821...... 1822 July Newcastle CSI
 
  On monthly returns of prisoners punished at Newcastle
 
77994 Brouse (Bruce) William Prince of Orange 1821...... 1821 26 July Newcastle CSI
 
  On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle
 
77995 Brouse (Bruce) William Prince of Orange 1821...... 1822 29 June Newcastle SG
 
  Runaway from Newcastle; to be returned to Newcastle for 7 yrs
 
71110 Rice (Rouse) William Baring 1815 1817 14 June Newcastle Convict Settlement
 
  On list of prisoners convicted to Newcastle between 1811 & 1819
 
170229 Rose or Rouse William Baring 1815 1825 Newcastle Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 20
 
  Assigned to government employment at Newcastle
 
30233 Rouse Chief Constable William - 1839 Newcastle Returns of the Colony - Colonial Secretary
 
  Chief Constable
 
32016 Rouse Constable William - 1835 26 May Newcastle Quarter Sessions
 
  Arrested Patrick Rice and David Tunmore for stealing wine bottles belonging to James Reid
 
43863 Rouse Constable William - 1835 26 December Newcastle BB
 
  Arrested Mary Murphy for being in Mr. Beattie's public house illegally
 
52302 Rouse Constable William - 1836 16 January Newcastle BB
 
  Testified in Court that the watchhouse was so insecure that Thomas Mullins would have broken out if not handcuffed
 
52500 Rouse Constable William - 1836 14 December Newcastle BB
 
  Charged with taking away the sail of a boat by Jeremiah Keys. Case dismissed
 
54139 Rouse Constable William - 1837 28 March Newcastle BB
 
  Purchased 2 blankets at a public auction
 
78636 Rouse Constable William - 1831 2 June Newcastle SG
 
  Apprehended Daniel Bradburne in Binder's public house.
 
82218 Rouse Constable William - 1838 16 January Newcastle BB
 
  Witness in Court when John Richards was charged with preferring a vexacious charge against his employers.
 
111974 Rouse Constable William - 1837 26 September Newcastle BB
 
  Charged Simon Kemp with not having a light above the door of his Inn on 20 September
 
135502 Rouse Constable William - 1837 Newcastle GRC
 
  Thomas Taylor per 'John' assigned servant
 
137691 Rouse Constable William - 1838 13 October Newcastle Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
 
  Betsy & Nellie, two 'native blacks' found guilty of drunk and disorderly behaviour. Constable Rouse deposed that there was a great disturbance by the blacks of the town on 12th Oct., and he arrested Betsy & Nellie who were being beaten by others.
 
180410 Rouse Constable William - 30 June 1835 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books, 1833-1836 (Ancestry)
 
  James Dales per ship Minstrel, assigned to the A.A. Company. Charged with being out after hours....Senior Constable William Rouse testified....At eight oclock on the evening of Saturday last I ordered the prisoner home to his barracks at half past ten oclock. The same night I took him out of Mr. Frederick s house. He was in liquor. Sentenced to 50 lashes
 
 
 
 
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