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Item:115770
Surname:-
First Name:-
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:1822 27 December
Place:Port Jackson
Source:SG
Details:Arrived from Cork 21st December having departed 3rd September. Captain Bunn. Bringing 172 male prisoners having lost one on the voyage. Surgeon Superintendent Dr. Armstrong RN., A detachment of the Buffs form the guard under orders of Capt. Rolland. Assistant surgeon Ivory of the Buffs came passenger
Item:30946
Surname:Baker
First Name:John
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:1828
Place:Patrick Plains
Source:1828 Census
Details:Sawyer assigned to James Bowman
Item:180658
Surname:Brunker
First Name:John
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:30 August 1822
Place:-
Source:Warrants of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 1156; Item: [X40]
Details:Clerk age 34. Convicted of uttering forged notes in Dublin City on 18 April 1822 and sentenced to 14 years transportation. Stout build, blue eyes, brown hair, cut on outside upper lip.
Item:180659
Surname:Brunker
First Name:John
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:27 March 1823
Place:Parramatta
Source:CSI
Details:Overseer at Parramatta Hospital
Item:62595
Surname:Byrne
First Name:Andrew
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:1828 30 June
Place:Patrick Plains
Source:SG
Details:Obtained ticket of leave
Item:52643
Surname:Cronin (?Cronan)
First Name:John
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:1828 2 January
Place:Patrick Plains
Source:SG
Details:Obtained Ticket of Leave
Item:163316
Surname:Cronin (Cronan)
First Name:John
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:1823/24/25
Place:near Newcastle
Source:General Muster of New South Wales 1823, 1824, 1825
Details:Convict under sentence of 7 years transportation. Assigned to Mr. Rotton
Item:46664
Surname:Driscoll
First Name:Daniel
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:1828
Place:Port Stephens
Source:1828 Census
Details:Aged 22. labourer assigned to Australian Agricultural Company
Item:149305
Surname:Driscoll
First Name:Daniel
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:-
Place:-
Source:AO NSW Convict Indents. Fiche No. 649
Details:Reaper and thresher from Co. Cork, Ireland. Sentenced to 7 years transportation. Age 20
Item:149309
Surname:Driscoll
First Name:Daniel
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:1823 18 December
Place:Emu Plains
Source:SG
Details:Absconded from Emu Plains
Item:149311
Surname:Driscoll
First Name:Daniel
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:1829 28 May
Place:-
Source:SG
Details:Granted Certificate of Freedom
Item:39273
Surname:Duffy
First Name:Timothy
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:1823 8 May
Place:Hunter River
Source:CSI
Details:Servant of Lieutenant Close. Permitted to pass with stock from Windsor to Close's farm
Item:97079
Surname:Duffy
First Name:Timothy
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:1853 22 January
Place:-
Source:MM
Details:Granted Conditional Pardon
Item:176816
Surname:Duffy
First Name:Timothy
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:14 April 1827
Place:Sydney gaol
Source:Sydney Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 851 Ancestry
Details:Sent to Sydney gaol by Newcastle Magistrate George Brooks on a charge of assault and felony. Found guilty and sentence of death commuted to transportation for life to Norfolk Island in chains with hard labour. Sent to the Hulk on 19th June
Item:181927
Surname:Duffy
First Name:Timothy
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:21 June 1826
Place:Newcastle
Source:NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details:Timothy Duffy per ship Countess of Harcourt, in government service, charged with theft....John Thomas states - On Tuesday morning between one and two oclock, I heard a slight noise in the skilling behind my cottage. I got out of bed and going round to the rear I saw a man run into a shed adjoining. I called out for a constable, who lived close by who immediately came to my assistance. He went into the shed and brought out the prisoner who addressed himself to me saying - As there is nothing gone, you may as well let me off - Robert Young, constable states - Yesterday morning I was alarmed by Thomas calling on me for assistance. I got out of bed and hastened to where he was standing; he told me the skilling had been entered and that the man who had done it was in my shed. I went in and brought out Duffy. At the door of the skilling there was a box which had been forced open. It belongs to a woman who occupied the skilling but who at that time was absent on duty at the hospital. The lock of the skilling door had been opened with a false key which I found; inside there was a bundle made up ready to carry away. The prisoner states - I was passing by on my way to my work at the mines; I had occasion to go into the shed and they said I had broke into the skilling. Timothy Duffy sentenced to 3 years extension of his original sentence
Item:182211
Surname:Duffy
First Name:Timothy
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:6 November 1826
Place:Newcastle
Source:NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details:James Longbottom, Patrick Simpson per Ann and Amelia, Timothy Duffy, per ship Countess of Harcourt, William Pitt per ship Henry, and Samuel Stapleton per ship Asia, all in government service, charged with gambling. Constable William Turvey, states - I was informed by James Wilkins (late overseer of the gaol gang) yesterday, that there were several men in a hut in St. Patricks Street, gambling. Wilkins appeared to be in liquor at the time. Mr. Muir was immediately informed of what Wilkins had told me. Mr. Muir and a constable lost no time in going to the house pointed out. Chief Constable George Muir states - I was informed yesterday of some prisoners being in a hut gambling; I went immediately thither; I found several persons in the hut, but did not see any appearance of gambling. On leaving the house, I met Wilkins who named the prisoners now before the court as the gamblers. James Wilkins states - I saw all the prisoners now before the court gambling yesterday; I looked in at the window of the hut where they were, four of them were actually at play and Longbottom was watching. There were other persons in the hut. They were throwing up halfpence. The prisoners generally deny the charge - call Dennis Flannery, constable, states - Wilkins told me yesterday that when he pointed out the gamblers to the Chief Constable, he was so drunk he did not know what he was about......All the prisoners acquitted of the charge except Stapleton who is ordered to be lumbered four successive Saturdays on account of his being in a hut not his own residence.
Item:39501
Surname:Dunn
First Name:Thomas
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:1824 March
Place:Newcastle
Source:State Records NSW. Colonial Secretary's Correpondence. Special Bundles, 1794-1825. Series 898
Details:Assigned to John Rotton. Sentenced by the Commandant to 25 lashes for disobedience of orders in being at a prisoner's house at unseasonable hours
Item:101536
Surname:Dunn
First Name:Thomas
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:1832 27 April
Place:Newcastle
Source:Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle p.34
Details:Marriage of Thomas Dunn of Invermein to Rose Magarry of Newcastle
Item:104838
Surname:Dunn
First Name:Thomas
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:1830 23 December
Place:Patrick Plains
Source:SG
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave
Item:132457
Surname:Dunn
First Name:Thomas
Ship:Countess of Harcourt 1822
Date:-
Place:Glennies Creek
Source:Singleton Pioneer Register p. 31
Details:Born 1798 in Kildare, Ireland. Occupation Policeman. Spouse 1. Mary Corroghen. Spouse 2. Rose McGarry. Ticket of leave granted in 1830 in connection with apprehending a bushranger Joseph Allden. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants

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