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92211 - - Glatton 1803 1803 - The Convict Ships - Charles Bateson
 
Master: James Colnett; Surgeon J. Mountgarrett. 217 male convicts; 130 female convicts. The Glatton departed from England 23 September 1802 and sailed via Madeira and Rio De Janeiro arriving in Port Jackson 11 March 1803



93893 - - Glatton 1803 1802 31 May - The LondonTimes
 
The Glatton convict ship, 54 guns, fitting up at Chatham in preparation for taking convicts to New South Wales and to bring back masts



148495 - - Glatton 1803 1803 19 March Sydney SG
 
On Sunday last anchored in the Cove, His Majesty's Ship Glatton, James Colnett, Esq Commander, with Prisoners from England, from whence she sailed the 23rd of September last. On her way she put into Rio de Janeiro to refresh. She left England with 270 male and 135 female prisoners - seven of the former and five of the latter died, brought upwards of 30 Free Settlers, Eight Pieces of Heavy Ordnance, and a quantity of Ordnance Stores. The day before she got into the Cove 100 weak people were taken out, and put on board the Supply. 50 of the most ailing were soon after sent on shore to the General Hospital, where every attention was paid them.



161838 - - Glatton 1803 12 May 1802 - Historical Records of Australia Vol. IV., p.752
 
Lord Pelham to the Treasury, - My Lords, Whitehall, 12th May, 1802. - It being judged expedient to send forthwith from this country four hundred convicts to New South Wales (viz't, 270 male, and 130 female), I am to desire that your Lordships will be pleased to cause the necessary directions to be given to the Victualling Board for providing a sufficient and proper quantity of provisions for their subsistence during the voyage, and salted beef or pork only for nine months for them after their arrival at New South Wales. I am also to desire that your Lordships will cause the necessary directions to be given for providing the 270 male convicts the particulars of cloathing as undermentioned, to be consigned to the Governor for the use of such convicts on their arrival at that settlement, and that the said provisions and cloathing may be put on board His Majesty's ship Glatton, which is now fitting at Sheerness for the conveyance of those convicts. It being also intended to allow about forty persons to embark on board the said ship who are going as settlers to that colony, I am to desire that directions may be given for providing the usual quantity of provisions for such number during their voyage thither. I am, &c., Pelham 1 blue jacket or waistcoat 1 p'r Russian duck trowsers 3 checked shirts 2 pairs of stockings 1 pair of shoes 1 woollen ca



161839 - - Glatton 1803 - - The Universal Magazine
 
Principal Marriages and Deaths in and near London; and Biographical Notices of eminent Persons deceased..... - In Great Ormond Street, Captain James Colnett, of the Royal Navy, late commander of the 'Glatton'. He was promoted to the rank of post in the year 1796



161841 - - Glatton 1803 - - The Naval chronicle, Volume 2.....Google Book
 
Captain Colnett served on the quarter-deck of a man of war from the year 1769; and performed the second circumnavigation with Captain Cook as a Midshipman, on board the Resolution. He continued Lieutenant for sixteen years. During a period of seven years he had, previous to the above voyage, been engaged in various commercial undertakings on the N. W. coast of America; he searched the coast from 360 to 60? North, the inland part of which, was before little known to European Navigators; he also surveyed several bay*, harbours and creeks, and discovered many considerable inlets, particularly between 50" and J30North, which were supposed to communicate with Hudson's Bay, and have since been more particularly examined by Captain Vancouver. He also made two voyages to China, but on his return from the first of them, was unfortunately captured by the Spaniards at Nootka Sound, and sent a prisoner to the port of St. Bias, in the Gulph of California..............



132194 Alcorn Edward Glatton 1803 - - Singleton Pioneer Register. p.9
 
Born 1801 in Sussex, England. Son of Richard Alcorn and Sarah Stedman. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants



30867 Alcorn Richard Glatton 1803 1828 Falbrook 1828 Census
 
Farmer



132195 Alcorn Richard Glatton 1803 - - Singleton Pioneer Register p. 9
 
Born 1799 in England. Son of Richard Alcorn and Sarah Stedman. Spouse 1. Charlotte Gulledge. Spouse 2. Elizabeth Hobden formerly Southard. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants



148004 Alcorn Richard Glatton 1803 - - The 1788 - 1820 Associations Pioneer's Register
 
Born c 1771. Spouse Sarah Stedman. Issue 1) Richard b. 1799 married Charlotte GULLAGE. 2). Edward b. c 1801 married Sarah SMITH. 3) Mary Ann b. 1804 married Thomas CULLEN. 4) Elizabeth b. 1806 married John BROWN. 5) Sarah b. c 1809. 6) John b. 1811 married Mary Ann CROSS. Richard Alcorn died May 1812 at Windsor



148347 Alcorn Richard Glatton 1803 1801 16 September - The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
 
Farrier aged 30. Sentenced to Death with recommendation for mercy on account of his good character, for feloniously stealing on 26th June 1801, a gelding, the property of Royal Highness William Henry Duke of Clarence



148348 Alcorn Richard Glatton 1803 1879 11 January Windsor MM
 
Died circa 1825 and said to have been buried in the old Windsor cemetery in the shade of the old Windsor Church, the church which he had assisted to erect and of which he had been warden for many years



151612 Alcorn Sarah Glatton 1803 1811 muster NSW 1811 muster
 
Came free. Wife of Richard Alcorn?



167029 Baker John Glatton 1803 31 May 1824 Newcastle Colonial Secretary's Correspondence - Commandant Henry Gillman to Colonial Secretary
 
John Baker Included in a list of 19 convicts transported to Newcastle who appear unaccounted for in the Returns from that Settlement and not in the last General Muster. Emancipated from Newcastle, since tried by the Criminal Court and now at Port Macquarie



31235 Bedder John Glatton 1803 1818 30 June Newcastle CSI
 
On return of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per Lady Nelson



77682 Bedder (Beddowe) (Beddoe) John Glatton 1803 1818 30 June Newcastle CSI
 
On return of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle



161040 Beddow Thomas Glatton 1803 - Newcastle district General Muster of New South Wales 1823, 1824, 1825
 
Government servant assigned to Mr. Nowland



30387 Binder Richard Glatton 1803 1813 21 July Newcastle CSI
 
On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per 'Estramina'



30388 Binder Richard Glatton 1803 1820 Newcastle -
 
Cleared and cultivated over 50 acres. Store receipts for maize, fresh pork and wheat paid at Newcastle



30389 Binder Richard Glatton 1803 1825 6 January Hunter River CSI
 
District Constable




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