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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
92367 - - Archduke Charles 1813....... Arrived 16th February - The Convict Ships - Charles Bateson
 
Master J.P. Jeffries; Surgeon John Pawson; 147 male convicts; 54 female convicts



134714 - - Archduke Charles 1813....... 1815 29 April Port Jackson SG
 
8 prisoners escaped on the Archduke Charles in September 1813. They were apprehended on the vessels arrived in China and over a year later returned to Australia - Daniel Thurston, H. Barnes, John Brennan, Luke Culverwell, John Connor, John Mahon, Nicholas Kearns and Catherine Flynn



137332 - - Archduke Charles 1813....... 1813 13 February Port Jackson SG
 
Captain Jeffries. Left Rio de Janeiro in company with the Minstrel, put into port at the Cape of Good Hope and departed there in October



28975 Balance John Archduke Charles 1813....... 1816 16 February Newcastle CSI
 
Sawyer. On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle



28976 Balance John Archduke Charles 1813....... 1823 24 January Port Stephens CSI
 
Employed by Mr. Street cutting timber



32924 Brick John Archduke Charles 1813....... 1813 24 August Newcastle CSI
 
On list ofprisoners to be sent to Newcastle per Estramina



32925 Brick John Archduke Charles 1813....... 1814 5 December Newcastle CSI
 
On list of runaways from the lime burners at Newcastle



32926 Brick John Archduke Charles 1813....... 1814 30 December Newcastle CSI
 
Prisoners at Newcastle. Apprehended



32927 Brick John Archduke Charles 1813....... 1815 January Newcastle CSI
 
On monthly returns of prisoners punished at Newcastle



119994 Bricks John Archduke Charles 1813....... 1814 31 December Newcastle SG
 
John Bricks and Thomas Desmond absented themselves from the Limeburning gang 25th November. Any person harbouring absentees prosecuted



177802 Bricks John Archduke Charles 1813....... January 1815 Newcastle Colonial Secretarys Correspondence. Fiche 3260-3312
 
John Lee, Isaac Walker, Walter Preston, Francisco Parcello and John Bricks all sentenced to 50 lashes for absconding



31695 Burke John Archduke Charles 1813 1828 Lochneven, Luskintyre 1828 Census
 
John Burke age 34, Overseer employed by Leslie Duguid. Wife Mary Burke age 25 born in the colony, Daughter Mary aged 2, son William aged 2 months. Bourke Street Maitland was later named after John Burke



96977 Byrne John Archduke Charles 1813...... 1815 July 8 Newcastle CSI
 
Sent to Newcastle per Lady Nelson



35742 Cavenagh Michael Archduke Charles 1813...... 1819 23 June Newcastle CSI
 
Sawyer. On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle



7935 Colville Thomas Archduke Charles 1813...... 1824 30 March - CSI
 
Charged with the murder of John Bentley.



7934 Colville Thomas Archduke Charles 1813....... 1824 26 June Newcastle CSI
 
Convict servant of Alexander Livingstone. To be victualled from the Stores at Newcastle for 6 mths.



167873 Colville (?Caldwell) Thomas Archduke Charles 1813..... August 1821 Newcastle Colonial Secretarys Papers. New South Wales Government. Special Bundles, 1794-1825. Series 898, Reel 6023
 
George Carew and Thomas Colville sentenced to 25 lashes for neglect of the Government herd (as stockman)



77465 Cricks (?Brick) John Archduke Charles 1813...... 1814 10 December Newcastle SG
 
Absconded from the limeburners gang with Francis Parcello, Walter Preston, Isaac Walker, John Lee and Thomas Desmond



41238 Fearns Catherine Archduke Charles 1813..... 1814 6 April Newcastle CSI
 
On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per ' Endeavour'



41239 Fearns Mary Archduke Charles 1813....... 1813 2 November Newcastle CSI
 
On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per 'Estramina'




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