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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
115894 - - England 1826 1826 England The London Encyclopaedia
 
The Convict Ship 'England' visited by phrenologist Mr. Deville. Examined each of the 148 convicts and gave a memorandum of the inferred character of each individual, and of the manner in which the propensities were likely to manifest themselves. The most desperate convicts were pointed out and in particular Robert Hughes noted to be dangerous.



120261 - - England 1826 1826 20 September Port Jackson SG
 
Arrived Monday 18th September from London having departed 6th May. Captain Reay and 148 male prisoners who arrived in good health. The Surgeon Superintendent Dr. Thomson RN. Guard comprised a detachment of the 39th regt under orders of Major D'arcy. Mrs. D'arcy and family and Mrs. Reay passengers



117487 Allen James England 1826 1832 25 September Williams River SG
 
Sentenced to 25 lashes for absconding from service of George Mossman. Stated in court that he had been 'milled, celled, flogged and iron-ganged' and that he refused to return to the Williams River as he was afraid of being eaten by the blacks



178576 Allen James England 1826 24 November 1832 Newcastle gaol Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 134
 
Bootcloser from London. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Paterson Plains. Sentenced to 12 months in an iron gang and return to his master



178577 Allen James England 1826 1826 - Convict Indents. State Archives NSW. Microfiche 661
 
Age 18. Reads and writes. Native place London. Tried 10 April 1826 in London and sentenced to transportation for life for stealing a handkerchief.



52568 Baker John England 1826 1831 22 November Patrick Plains SG
 
Obtained Ticket of Leave



76639 Barlow (Barton) Richard England 1826 1830 13 October Darlington CDR
 
Drowned on 13 October 1830



169803 Barton Richard England 1826 - - State Archives NSW Bound Indents Microfiche: 661 (Ancestry)
 
Age 23. Tailor from Cumberland. Tried in Edinburgh and sentenced to transportation for life for stealing clothes. Drowned 13 October 1830 in attempting to cross a brook at Mr. Glennie's farm.



13807 Brown William England 1826 1832 14 June Maitland SG
 
Baker. Assigned to James Cox



175198 Brown William England 1826 9 September 1851 Newcastle gaol State Archives NSW; Gaol Entrance Book, Roll: 757. Ancestry
 
Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland. Sentenced to 1 month hard labour for being an idle and disorderly person



182678 Brown William England 1826 9 February 1833 Invermein Invermein Court of Petty Sessions. Deposition Books 1833 -1834 (Ancestry)
 
William Brown per ship England, assigned to Major Druitt, charged with bushranging. John Temple, sergeant of the Mounted Police states - I apprehended the prisoner on Baldwins Creek at Liverpool Plains on the 5th instant. He had previously been apprehended by his overseer but got away from him. .....The prisoner states in his defence that he is free and when he went to his master near Penrith and made application for his Certificate he was told there was a Colonial Sentence recorded against him of 3 years which conviction not having been passed on him he considered it unjust and ran away.....The Bench find him guilty and direct him to be forwarded to the Principal Supt. of Convicts Office to be identified and dealt with



16806 Bull James England 1826 1845 10 May Newcastle MM
 
Obtained ticket of leave



180131 Bull James England 1826 7 June 1845 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions Letter Book
 
Letter 45/72. Application from Mr. Croasdill, agent of William Denne of New England for a 12 month passport in favour f James Bull



34894 Campbell David England 1826 1836 March Paterson SG
 
Obtained Ticket of Leave



86679 Campbell David England 1826 1839 30 July Paterson CDR
 
Drowned



139052 Campbell David England 1826 1837 Paterson GRC
 
Age 40. Ticket of leave holder



130997 Chapman Thomas England 1826 1837 12 July Merton GG
 
Stockinger age 32 from Leicester, 5 ft 6 in, ruddy complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, scar along right side of nose. Absconded from J. Pagan 27 June



103209 Chick (Sculthorpe) (Quantock) George Henry England 1826 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
Born 1809. For more information about descendants see Pioneer Register Entry No. 214



34066 Clayton William England 1826 1828 Merton 1828 Census
 
Scourger aged 44. Employed by W. Ogilvie



58491 Clayton William England 1826 1835 13 June Merton SG
 
Obtained ticket of leave




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