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Item:103371
Surname:-
First Name:-
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:1827 14 February
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Arrived from England with 192 male prisoners on board. Departed Portsmouth 4th October. Captain James Ralph. Guard comprised detachment of the 39th regt., under orders of Capt. Crotty. Assistant Surgeon Evans of 57th regt. came passenger and Dr. Walker furgeon superintendent.,
Item:166835
Surname:Askeren
First Name:John
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:17 February 1827
Place:Sydney
Source:Convict Indents (Ancestry)
Details:Age 26. Farmer's man from Lincolnshire. Convicted of cow stealing and sentenced to transportation for life. Assigned to Archibald Bell at Belmont on arrival.
Item:182982
Surname:Askerin (Askeron)
First Name:John
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:5 June 1833
Place:Invermein
Source:Invermein Court of Petty Sessions. Deposition Books 1833 -1834 (Ancestry)
Details:John Askerin per ship Albion, assigned to Archibald Bell, appeared before the Bench to complain of his having no blanket. Samuel Owens, overseer informs the court that he has written to Mr. Bell upwards of a fortnight ago for blankets and is in daily expectation of receiving some that he has told the complainant so and promised him a blanket directly they arrive. The Bench direct that if in the course of one month from this date, the complainant Askerin is not furnished with a blanket he again appear at Court when he will of course be withdrawn from his service and returned to government
Item:182985
Surname:Askerin (Askeron)
First Name:John
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:5 June 1833
Place:Invermein
Source:Invermein Court of Petty Sessions. Deposition Books 1833 -1834 (Ancestry)
Details:John Asterin per ship Albion, assigned to Archibald Bell at Belmont, charged with neglect of duty and for making away with his bed tick. Samuel Owen, overseer, states - The prisoner is watchman in one of the sheep stations. The overseer of sheep last night sent a report to me that the prisoner had not shifted his hurdles on Saturday last, and allowed the stocks turn to occupy the same folds which is contrary to his instructions which are that the folds are to be changed entirely every day. Nearly months ago the prisoner was served out with a regular bed tick of coarse canvas, marked with Mr. Bells mark; when I enquired a short time ago for it I found the bed tick had been cut up and made into bags and saw the bags in the hut; they were used by the prisoner and other men of the hut for rations bags.. The prisoner is acquitted of the charge of shifting his hurdles as the evidence of the sheep overseer should have been produced. The prisoner admits cutting up his bed tick but says it was too short for him and so hard that he could not use it. The overseer says wool is allowed as stuffing - he asked to have it exchanged which was promised by the master but it was not changed for. The Bench find the prisoner guilty of the second charge and sentence him to 36 lashes
Item:41562
Surname:Askeron (Askeren)
First Name:John
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:1836 19 November
Place:Invermein
Source:SG
Details:Obtained Ticket of Leave
Item:30916
Surname:Atherton
First Name:James
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:1828
Place:Melville, Luskintyre
Source:1828 Census
Details:Labourer aged 28. Assigned to F. Mitchell
Item:164124
Surname:Atherton
First Name:James
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:11 May 1826
Place:Retribution Hulk, Woolwich
Source:UK Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books. Ancestry
Details:Age 24. Convicted at Lancaster 7 March 1826 and sentenced to transportation for life for stealing a lamb. Received on to the Retribution Hulk at Woolwich on 11th May 1826 and transferred to the 'Albion' convict ship for transportation to New South Wales on 16 September 1826
Item:166833
Surname:Atherton
First Name:James
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:17 February 1827
Place:Sydney
Source:Convict Indents (Ancestry)
Details:Age 25. Nativeof Blackdale, farmer's labourer. Tried in Lancaster and sentenced to transportation for life. Assigned to J. Underwood at Melville, Co. Durham on arrival
Item:132207
Surname:Bagnall
First Name:William
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:-
Place:Parramatta & Patrick Plains
Source:Singleton Pioneer Register p. 10
Details:Tried in York. Spouse Honora Geary. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants
Item:140774
Surname:Bagnall
First Name:William
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:1837
Place:Maitland
Source:GRC
Details:Ticket of leave holder age 41. Two convicts by this name by this ship
Item:163856
Surname:Bagnall
First Name:William
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:28 December 1828
Place:Maitland
Source:Application to Marry
Details:William Bagnall aged 35, arrived per 'Albion', application to marry Ann McLoughlin aged 38, Arrived per Roslin Castle
Item:164125
Surname:Bagnall
First Name:William
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:4th May 1826
Place:Retribution Hulk, Woolwich
Source:UK Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books. Ancestry
Details:Age 23. Tried at York 18 March 1826 and sentenced to transportation for 14 years for highway robbery. Sent to the Retribution Hulk 4th May and transferred to the Albion convict ship on 16 September 1826 for transportation to New South Wales
Item:175933
Surname:Bailey
First Name:George
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:February 1827
Place:-
Source:Convict Indent. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4012]; Microfiche: 663
Details:Waterman from London age 18. Tried in Surry 22 May 1826 and sentenced to 14 years transportation for picking pockets. Assigned to Archibald Bell at Belmont on arrival. Notes - Sent to Norfolk Island four years December 1828. Died in Sydney 17 March 1844
Item:30988
Surname:Barlow
First Name:John
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:1828
Place:Pickering, Upper Hunter
Source:1828 Census
Details:Labourer employed by John Pike
Item:166837
Surname:Barlow
First Name:John
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:17 February 1827
Place:Sydney
Source:Convict Indents (Ancestry)
Details:Age 18. Cottonweaver from Manchester. Sentencedto 7 years transportation for stealing handkerchiefs. Assigned to John Pike in the Upper Hunter Valley on arrival.
Item:64245
Surname:Bartlett
First Name:Constable John
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:1827 29 August
Place:St. Heliers
Source:SG
Details:Appointed honorary constable
Item:15129
Surname:Bartlett
First Name:John
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:1832 29 November
Place:Upper Hunter River
Source:SG
Details:Obtained Ticket of Leave
Item:72085
Surname:Bartlett
First Name:John
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:1832 12 November
Place:Newcastle
Source:Application to marry
Details:Bond. Application to marry Marianne Robinson
Item:101708
Surname:Bartlett
First Name:John
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:1832
Place:Newcastle
Source:Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle
Details:Marriage of John Bartlett of St. Hiliers and Marianne Robinson of Newcastle
Item:169357
Surname:Bartlett
First Name:John
Ship:Albion 1827
Date:1827
Place:-
Source:State Archives. Bound Indents. [4/4012]; Microfiche: 663 (Ancestry)
Details:Farmer's man age 31. Tried in Oxford 1st March 1826 and sentenced to transportation for life for picking pockets. Assigned to Col. Dumaresq on arrival

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