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Item: 102459
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808......
Date: 1808 25 December
Place: Sydney
Source: SG
Details: Arrival on 20th Dec., of Admiral Gambier, Captain Harrison, from England with 197 male prisoners. 3 convicts lost on the passage out. Prisoners landed in good health and spirits. Passenger Lieut. Senior and 34 troops. Admiral Gambier departed England 2nd July


 
Item: 92354
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808..........
Date: Arrived 20 December 1808
Place: Port Jackson
Source: The Convict Ships - Charles Bateson
Details: The 'Admiral Gambier' departed Portsmouth 2 July 1808, with 200 male convicts and a West India fleet under convoy of HM ship Polyphemus of 64 guns, two Portugese frigates and 3 gun brigs; and at Madeira parted convoy in company with the Juno whaler and Aeolus transport, the latter having between 70 and 80 female prisoners on board. The Admiral Gamber sailed into Rio 8th September and departed with the 'Juno' 6th October, leaving the Aeolus at Rio; parted with the Juno in a day or two, but joined again within a few days sail of Port Jackson, the Juno having fallen in with heavy gailes and much damaged in her rigging and boats. She arrived in Port Jackson 20 December 1808. Master Edward Harrison;


 
Item: 31377
Surname: Berry
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808......
Date: 1811 November
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per Estramina


 
Item: 176552
Surname: Cullen
First Name: John
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808
Date: 1824
Place: Newcastle district
Source: Newcastle (Hunter River) Population Book, 1824 - Ancestry
Details: Labourer employed by Timothy Nowlan


 
Item: 175113
Surname: Doland (Doolan)
First Name: Mark
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808
Date: 21 June 1805
Place: Portsmouth
Source: UK Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books 1802 - 1849
Details: Age 25. Convicted of larceny at Portsmouth on 26 April 1805. Admitted to the Laurel Hulk on 21st June 1805. Sent on board the convict ship for NSW on 13th June 1808


 
Item: 39052
Surname: Doolan
First Name: Mark
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808......
Date: 1810 31 May
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: Sentenced to 12mths labour at Coal River


 
Item: 175112
Surname: Doolan
First Name: Mark
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808.......
Date: 16 November 1816
Place: -
Source: SG
Details: Granted Certificate of Freedom


 
Item: 39681
Surname: Edmonds
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808......
Date: 1818 23 November
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: On list of prisoners at Newcastle claiming expiration of sentence


 
Item: 61227
Surname: Griffiths
First Name: James
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808......
Date: 1813 21 January
Place: -
Source: SG
Details: Sentenced to 12 mths hard labour at Newcastle for stealing from the house of James Grady 2 watches valued 6 pounds


 
Item: 46074
Surname: Grose
First Name: William
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808......
Date: 1813 6 February
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: Government stockman. Absconded from his duty and sent to Newcastle


 
Item: 168187
Surname: Harry
First Name: Henry Paul
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808....
Date: 1809
Place: -
Source: Convict Indents
Details: Tried at Monmouth Assizes 10 March 1804 and sentenced to transportation for life


 
Item: 130673
Surname: Joice (Joyce)
First Name: Henry
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808......
Date: 1811 2 May
Place: -
Source: CSI
Details: Sent to Newcastle per 'Estramina'


 
Item: 130674
Surname: Joice (Joyce)
First Name: Henry
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808......
Date: 1811 17 October
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: Runaway from Newcastle


 
Item: 166746
Surname: Joyce (Joice)
First Name: Henry
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808......
Date: July 1812
Place: Newcastle
Source: Sydney Gazette
Details: two most notorious Characters, viz. John Fitzgerald and Bartholomew Foley, have effected their Escape from on board His Majesty's Ship; Lady Nelson bound to Port Dalrymple, after plundering her of sundry Articles of Slop Cloathiug, &c; and also William Fitzgerald, a Sawyer, Henry Joyce, and Thomas Coin who has absconded from Newcastle ; likewise Samuel Morris, alias Worsal Sam, formerly Mr. Dight's Servant. All Settlers and others are hereby cautioned against harbouring or employing any of the above-named Runaways, on Pain of the most rigid Prosecution ; and all Constables and others are hereby returned to use the utmost endeavour in apprehending and lodging them in safe Custody.


 
Item: 191209
Surname: Katon (Kerton)
First Name: James
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808
Date: 30 August 1821
Place: Newcastle
Source: Colonial Secretarys Index (Reel 6008; 4/3504 p.287)
Details: Eliza Katon and Henry Katon, children of James Katon permitted to go to Newcastle to be with their father


 
Item: 191208
Surname: Katon (Kirton)
First Name: James
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808
Date: 30 August 1821
Place: -
Source: Colonial Secretarys Papers. Copies of Letters Sent Within The Colony, 1814-1827
Details: James Katon transported to Newcastle on board H.M. Brig Elizabeth Henrietta. To be imprisoned at Newcastle and to pay a fine of 50s and imprisoned until paid. Occupation carpenter


 
Item: 191216
Surname: Keaton
First Name: James
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808
Date: 19 April 1838
Place: Sydney Gaol
Source: Sydney Gaol Entrance Book State Archives NSW; Roll: 853
Details: James Keaton one of ten convicts admitted to Sydney Gaol having arrived from Norfolk Island. To be sent to Hyde Park Barracks for examination


 
Item: 191210
Surname: Keaton (Kerton)
First Name: James
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808
Date: 10 October 1831
Place: -
Source: Darlinghurst Gaol Entrance Books. State Archives NSW; Roll: 854
Details: James Kerton, native place Norfolk sentenced to 7 years transportation to such penal settlement as His Excellency the Governor may think fit. Sent to Norfolk Island


 
Item: 191206
Surname: Kerton
First Name: James
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808
Date: 1808
Place: -
Source: Convict Indents. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4004]; Microfiche: 632
Details: James Kerton alias Winkfield tried at Kings Lynn, Norfolk Quarter Sessions 13 April 1807. Sentenced to 7 years transportation


 
Item: 191207
Surname: Kerton
First Name: James
Ship: Admiral Gambier 1808
Date: 7 July 1826
Place: Sydney
Source: The Monitor
Details: On 13 April 1807 James Kerton was convicted of marrying two wives and sentenced to 7 years transportation. He did not acknowledge the justness of the sentence because his first wife was an adulteress



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