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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
115887 - - Brothers 1824 1824 13 May Port Jackson SG
 
Arrived previous Friday (7th) from England and Hobart. Captain Motley. 50 female prisoners to VDL and remaining 39 to NSW. Surgeon Superintendent Dr. Hall R.N



14081 Benson Elizabeth Brothers 1824 1824 Maitland ABGR
 
Assigned to T.V. Blomfield



14082 Benson Elizabeth Brothers 1824 - Maitland ABGR
 
Married John Mayo. Assisted in running the Maitland Wine Vaults



103880 Benson Elizabeth Brothers 1824 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
Born c. 1805 England. Spouse John Mayo. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 961



173418 Benson Elizabeth Brothers 1824 24 April 1826 Newcastle Application to Marry
 
John May 25, application to marry Elizabeth Benson, 21. Minister Rev. Middleton



132466 Easterbrook Isaac Brothers 1824 - John Street and Bishopgate Street, Singleton Singleton Pioneer Register p. 31
 
Born 1815 in Devonport, England. Spouse Ann Malady. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants



168668 Easterbrook Mary Ann, Isaac, Abraham Brothers 1824 1825 Parramatta General Muster 1825. Class: HO 10; Piece: 19. (Ancestry)
 
Passengers on the Brothers in 1824. Residing in Parramatta in 1824



177999 Frier (Frayer) (Fryer) Sophia Brothers 1824 30 October 1824 Newcastle Colonial Secretarys Correspondence. Reel 6068, 4/1811 p.167; Reel 6013, 4/3512 p.691
 
Rev. G.A. Middleton re. the marriage of Charles Hughes, convict per Larkins to Sophia Frier (Frayer) per Brothers



65622 Mayo Elizabeth Brothers 1824 1828 Newcastle 1828 Census
 
Assigned servant aged 25



66223 Partridge Ellen Brothers 1824 1828 Merton 1828 Census
 
Housemaid aged 22. Ticket of leave holder employed by William Ogilvie



71370 Partridge Ellen Brothers 1824 1829 7 October Newcastle Application to marry
 
22 yrs of age. Employed by William Ogilvie. Application to marry William Simpson.



112947 Partridge Ellen Brothers 1824 1831 19 March Hunter's River SG
 
Rewarded by the Ladies' Committee of the Female Factory for having completed 3 years service with Mrs. Ogilvie. 1 pound 15 shillings



117916 Partridge Ellen Brothers 1824 1824 1 April On board the 'Brothers' Surgeon's Journal of the 'Brothers' ship. The National Archives Catalogue
 
Sister of Mary Partridge. Mary Partridge died age 21 on the 'Brothers' 1st April 1824 from 'sanguinis congestion in pulmone'. From the journal - 'Since on board Mary Partridge has indulged in silent grief from being separated from her mother, so says her sister who is a girl of different habits



117917 Partridge Ellen Brothers 1824 1831 23 July - SG
 
Granted Certificate of Freedom



100916 Partridge (Simpson) Ellen Brothers 1824 1829 Merton Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle
 
Marriage of William Simpson to Ellen Partridge at Merton



148677 Shaw Martha Brothers 1824 - - The Bicentenary Pioneer Register, Second Edition, Volume 111
 
Married Thomas Wells 12 September 1826 at St. Johns Parramatta.



148676 Shaw (Wells) Martha Brothers 1824 1826 September Parramatta Permission to Marry
 
Age 25. Application to marry Thomas Wells per 'Baring'



114467 Simpson (?Partridge) Ellen Brothers 1824 ? 1854 27 December Jerrys Plains MM
 
Death of Ellen Simpson, wife of William Simpson of the Plough Inn on 19th December. Died aged 47 after a long and painful illness of two months leaving a large family



107249 Smith Mary Brothers 1824 1841 9 October Newcastle (hospital) Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral Newcastle. Burials p7
 
Assigned servant to Mr. Rae. Died aged 30. Burial date



170994 Smith Mary Brothers 1824 4 October 1841 Newcastle gaol Gaol Entrance Books. State Archives NSW; Item: 2/2009; Roll: 757 (Ancestry)
 
Admitted to Newcastle gaol because of illness. Sent to the gaol hospital for medical treatment




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