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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
92374 - - Broxbornebury 1814 - - The Convict Ships - Charles Bateson
 
Master Thomas Pitcher junior; Surgeon Colin McLachlan; 120 female convicts



140770 Baber (?Baker) Elizabeth Broxbornebury 1814 1837 Patrick Plains GRC
 
Ticket of leave holder



28762 Baker Sarah Broxbornebury 1814 1819 26 May Newcastle CSI
 
On list of prisoners sent to Newcastle per 'Elizabeth Henrietta'



28763 Baker Sarah Broxbornebury 1814 1819 31 August Newcastle CSI
 
On list of prisoners at Newcastle claiming expiration of sentence



129862 Baker Sarah Broxbornebury 1814 1814 - AO NSW Fiche No 635. Principal Superintendent of convicts; Bound Indents
 
Middlesex gaol delivery. Tried 16th September 1812 and sentenced to 7 years transportation



34183 Brown Hannah Broxbornebury 1814 1817 10 June Newcastle CSI
 
On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per Lady Nelson



35715 Carpenter Mary Broxbornebury 1814 1820 4 March Newcastle CSI
 
On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per 'Lady Nelson



129860 Carpenter Mary Broxbornebury 1814 1814 - AO NSW Fiche No 635. Principal Superintendent of convicts; Bound Indents
 
London Gaol Delivery. Tried 1st December 1813 and sentenced to 7 years transportation



170961 Cavillion Nicholas Broxbornebury 1814 4 March 1841 Newcastle gaol Gaol Entrance Books. State Archives NSW; Item: 2/2009; Roll: 757 (Ancestry
 
Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Parramatta on a charge of assault. Sentenced to 3 years confinement, every 4th week in solitary confinement.



170959 Cavillion Nicholas Broxbornebury 1814 (came free) 22 April 1841 Newcastle gaol Gaol Entrance Books. State Archives NSW; Item: 2/2009; Roll: 757 (Ancestry)
 
Came free. Found guilty of assault at Parramatta Quarter Sessions. Sentenced to be confined 3 years, every 4th week to be in solitary confinement



170960 Cavillion Nicholas Broxbornebury 1814 (came free) 29 August 1824 Parramatta Colonial Secretarys Papers. (NRS 899) Memorials to the Governor, 1810-1825 Item: 4/1836B Number: 177 Page: 817
 
Petition by Nicholas Cavillion - arrived free in the colony with his mother and had never received any indulgence from the Crown and had maintained himself with hones industry. Petition soliciting indulgence of a portion of land for a farm - Note by Samuel Marsden - This Petitioner came free and has resided at Parramatta since his arrival and is sober and has his mother to maintain



36249 Chapman Mary Broxbornebury 1814 1817 15 October Newcastle CSI
 
On list of prisoners sent to Newcastle per 'Elizabeth Henrietta'



160810 Cobb (McCarty) Mary Broxbornebury 1814 17 July 1822 Newcastle Church of England Burials Register Book 1821 - 1825 - University of Newcastle
 
Formerly Mary McCarty. Free by servitude. Died aged 38



14116 Cross Jane Broxbornebury 1814 - Singleton ABGR
 
Daughter of Robert and Jane



45811 Cross Ralph Surry 1814 (?Broxbornebury 1814) 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
 
Came free. Aged 20 in 1828



125127 Cross William Broxbornebury 1814 1835 22 July Newcastle gaol NGE
 
Born in York, son of Jane Cross. Free farmer admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland. Committed for trial for horse stealing . Sent to Sydney for trial at the Supreme Court 29 July



45810 Cross William Surry 1814 (?Broxbornebury 1814) 1828 Wallis Plains 1828 Census
 
Came free. Aged 22 in 1828



103622 Cross (Kay) Jane Broxbornebury 1814 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
B. c. 1809. Married in 1825 to Jeremiah Kay. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 729



132404 Cross (nee Jackson) Jane Broxbornebury 1814 - Singleton Singleton Pioneer Register p. 27
 
Born c 1788, County Yorkshire, daughter of Ralph and Jane Jackson. Spouse Robert Cross. Children William, Jane, Ralph Jackson, John. See Pioneer Register for more details



129861 Daid Mary Ann Broxbornebury 1814 1814 - AO NSW Fiche No 635. Principal Superintendent of convicts; Bound Indents
 
Middlesex gaol delivery. Tried 16 September 1812 and sentenced to 7 years transportation




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