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Item:92207
Surname:-
First Name:-
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:1802
Place:-
Source:The Convict Ships - Charles Bateson
Details:Master: Alexander Sterling. Surgeon Charles Throsby. 138 Male convicts
Item:162297
Surname:-
First Name:-
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:29 July 1927
Place:Ebenezer
Source:Windsor and Richmond Gazette
Details:Thomas Arndell and the pioneers of Ebenezer - Article re the free settlers of the Coromandel 1802
Item:32963
Surname:Carter
First Name:John
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:1828
Place:Vinegar Hill, Patterson Plains
Source:1828 Census
Details:Aged 43. Labourer with J. Cowan
Item:162287
Surname:Clarke
First Name:Zachariah
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:1802
Place:-
Source:HRA
Details:Zachariah and his daughter Ann, came free per 'Coromandel'
Item:162292
Surname:Davidson
First Name:James and Jane
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:1802
Place:-
Source:HRA
Details:James and Jane Davidson, son John aged 3 1/2 and James aged 20 months came free per 'Coromandel' HRA Volume III 1801 - 1802 p 382.
Item:183141
Surname:Field
First Name:James
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:1801
Place:-
Source:Convict Indents. State Archives NSW. Microfiche 630. (Ancestry)
Details:James Field, convicted 15 April 1801 at Middlesex
Item:183142
Surname:Field
First Name:James
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:15 April 1801
Place:The Old Bailey London
Source:The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
Details:JAMES HICKMAN, alias FOSSETT , and JAMES FIELD , were indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 27th of February , one hundred and seventy pounds weight of tea, value 40l. the property of John Johnson , and Robert Thorley. Found Guilty. James Field sentenced to 7 years transportation (age 30)
Item:168035
Surname:Field
First Name:James
Ship:Coromandel 1802 (?)....
Date:22 April 1804
Place:Coal Harbour, Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Two out of the four men who left the Settlement at Newcastle some time ago and have kept about the Coal Harbour were killed by the natives and the other two with Sergeant Day's boat (?James Field) made their escape towards Port Stephens on the Lady Nelson's appearance at Newcastle
Item:168025
Surname:Field
First Name:James
Ship:Coromandel 1802 (?).....
Date:1 July 1804
Place:Newcastle
Source:HRA, Series 1, vol. 3, p. 112. Lieut. Menzies to Gov. King
Details:On the 29th ult, James Field, one of three persons who ran off with Sergeant Day s boat from Sydney gave himself up he was quite naked, speared and beat in several places by the Natives, and has not eaten anything for five days; I took him just as he came in, and showed him to all the prisoenrs; I could wish to be allowed to retain him here, as I think from the account he gives of his misfortunes, and the truly miserable and wretched spectacle he exhibited, it will prevent others from attempting the same with any of our boats that go up the River, by his representing to them the punishment and misery that awaits their rashness and offence. The transactions with Sergeant Days boat after leaving Port Jackson with Broadbent and Johnson, each victualled for six months and most completely equipped were as follows: They made the place in three days, got the boat into a creek, and decked her with cedar slabs, which occupied a week, came down the harbour in the night and passed a schooner at anchor, shaped their course to Port Stephens, remained there three days, left that Port with an intention of reaching Timor, proceeded about 100 miles further to the Northward, when a heavy gale of wind came on, the boat drove on shore and dashed to pieces, they however got safe on shore, saved everything that was in her, and remained there a week with a view of repairing her, at the end of which all hopes vanished; they then determined to return to Sydney and give themselves up; with this intention they were packing up their provisions when the natives came suddenly on them and threw a number of spears, one of which mortally wounded Broadbent, Johnson received six in different parts and died in five days afterwards; Field also received several; they were then stripped of everything, but he found the natives more friendly as he approached the settlement, generally supplying him with a little fish and fern root, by which means he was enabled to crawl to this place
Item:46071
Surname:Groom
First Name:James
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:1814 11 April
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per 'Mary'
Item:46072
Surname:Groom
First Name:James
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:1814 12 April
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Commandant Lieut. Thompson instructed that Groom, being old and infirm not be subjectedto the same degree of discipline as the other convicts sent on the 'Mary'
Item:46073
Surname:Groom
First Name:James
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:1815 4 January
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Carpenter at Newcastle. To return to Sydney
Item:162289
Surname:Hall
First Name:George and Mary
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:1802
Place:-
Source:HRA
Details:George and Mary Hall and children Elizabeth aged 9, George aged 7, William aged 5, and John aged 6 months came free on the Coromandel in 1802. HRA Volume III 1801 - 1802 p 382.
Item:32936
Surname:Howe
First Name:John
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:1819/ 1820
Place:Hunter River
Source:CSI
Details:Expedition to discover a route to the Hunter.
Item:132754
Surname:Howe
First Name:John
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:-
Place:Windsor & Redbournberry & Raworth & Morpeth
Source:Singleton Pioneer Register p. 49
Details:Born 1774 Redbourne, Lincolnshire, son of John and Caroline Howe. Spouse 1 Frances Ward. Spouse 2. Jane Kennedy. John Howe led the party which discovered a route through the mountains from Windsor to Hunters River. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants
Item:162291
Surname:Howe
First Name:John and Frances
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:1802
Place:-
Source:HRA
Details:John and Frances Howe and daugher Mary aged 3, came free per Coromandel. HRA Volume III 1801 - 1802 p 382.
Item:162288
Surname:Johnson
First Name:Andrew and Mary
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:1802
Place:-
Source:HRA
Details:Andrew and Mary Johnson and children Thomas aged 10, William aged 8, John aged 5, Alexander aged 3 and Abraham aged 8 months, came free per Coromandel. HRA Volume III 1801 - 1802 p 382.
Item:162290
Surname:Johnson
First Name:John
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:1802
Place:-
Source:HRA
Details:Came free per Coromanel. HRA Volume III 1801 - 1802 p 382.
Item:132777
Surname:Johnston
First Name:John
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:-
Place:Clydesdale
Source:Singleton Pioneer Register p. 51
Details:Born 1797 in London, son of Andrew Johnston and Mary Beard. Occupation Architect.. Spouse Jane Anne Ballard. 'John Johnston's property was directly across the river from John Howe's Redbournberry.'. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants
Item:162294
Surname:Mein
First Name:Andrew
Ship:Coromandel 1802
Date:1802
Place:-
Source:HRA
Details:Came free per Coromanel. HRA Volume III 1801 - 1802 p 382.

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