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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
63451 - - Grenada 1825 1825 27 January - The Australian
 
Capt. Anderson. 112 days from Gravesend. 81 female prisoners with 15 of their children and 21 cabin passengers. No deaths and all convicts in good health



135893 - - Grenada 1825 1825 - -
 
Read about the voyage of the 'Grenada' in Squatter's Castle....Squatter's Castle. The Story of A Pastoral Dynasty. Life and times of Edward David Stewart Ogilvie 1814 - 96, Lansdowne Press Pty Ltd., 1973



100142 Anderson Captain Alexander Grenada 1825 - Allandale situated between the wide plain of Pickering and a Church & School Estate which became the town of Denman Wood., W. Allan., 'Dawn in the Valley', the Story of Settlement in the Hunter River Valley., Wentworth books, Sydney, 1972 pp.51-54, 66 - 67
 
Captain of the vessel Grenada in 1825. Departed and again returned in December 1826 as Master of the convict ship Phoenix. Reserved 1000 acres converted to a grant he named 'Allandale'. Settled here with his wife and children



94509 Baker Elizabeth Grenada 1825 1831 17 May Newcastle NGE
 
Servant of Kildare. Free. Charged with disorderly conduct by Newcastle bench. To be confined under warrant. Bail 30 May



176784 Bishop Maria Grenada 1825 5 January 1828 Sydney gaol Sydney Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 851 Ancestry
 
Sent to Sydney gaol from Newcastle for absenting herself from her husband. Sent to the 3rd Class factory at Parramatta for six months.



176769 Bishop (alias Raven, alias Williams) Maria Grenada 1825 13 October 1826 Sydney gaol Sydney Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 851 Ancestry
 
Admitted to Sydney gaol by Magistrate Francis Allman. Under sentence to the Female Factory at Parramatta



63454 Bowerman D.A.C.G Grenada 1825 1825 27 January - The Australian
 
Arrived with wife



176781 Bryan Margaret Grenada 1825 23 August 1827 Sydney gaol Sydney Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 851 Ancestry
 
Sent to Sydney gaol from Newcastle having been given up by her master. Sent to the 3rd class factory at Parramatta 3rd September



141089 Burnett Sarah Grenada 1825 1837 Patrick Plains GRC
 
Age 30. Ticket of leave holder



135894 Cunningham Peter Grenada 1825 - - Squatter's Castle
 
Described as a rare type of naval officer. Son of a land stewart to the Laird of Dalswinton in Dumfries. Shared the literary gifts with his brothers and kept up an interest in farming throughout his active service years. Became friends with William Ogilvie on the voyage to Australia in 1825



63455 Finch - Grenada 1825 1825 27 January - The Australian
 
Assistant Surveyor



15141 Hitchman Sarah Grenada 1825 1832 29 November Patrick Plains SG
 
Obtained Ticket of Leave



56442 Hitchman Sarah Grenada 1825 1828 Patrick Plains 1828 Census
 
Aged 22. At James Bowman's



56440 Hitchman (Burnett) Sarah Grenada 1825 1828 Patrick Plains 1828 Census
 
Aged 22. Wife of J.A. Bennett (?Burnett)



62898 Leopard Charlotte Grenada 1825 1828 Swan Reach, Hunter river 1828 Census
 
House servant aged 32. Assigned to John Eales



62954 Lloyd Isabella Grenada 1825 1828 Dalwood 1828 Census
 
Servant aged 23. Assigned to G. Wyndham



71330 Lloyd Isabella Grenada 1825 1828 5 November Newcastle Application to marry
 
23 yrs of age; bond. Application to marry Thomas Anderson



135891 Lloyd Isabella Grenada 1825 - - Squatter's Castle
 
Wild, red headed girl assigned to George Wyndham at Hunter River and employed as a housemaid until the Wyndham's found her bashing their child's head against a tree stump



168892 Lloyd Isabella Grenada 1825 29 May 1826 Sydney Gaol State Archives NSW; Gaol Description and Entrance Books, 1818-1930; Series: 2514; Item: 4/6429; Roll: 850 (Ancestry).
 
Admitted to Sydney Gaol via the general sessions, Sydney, having no further use of her services. Sent to the Female Factory at Parramatta.



168893 Lloyd Isabella Grenada 1825 22 January 1829 Sydney Gaol State Archives NSW; Gaol Description and Entrance Books, 1818-1930; Series: 2514; Item: 4/6431; Roll: 851.
 
Admitted to Sydney gaol - unfit for service. Sent to the 1st Class Female Factory, Parramatta




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