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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
103207 - - Guildford 1820 1820 30 September Sydney SG
Arrived previous Tuesday from England, the vessel Guildford, Captain Johnstone. Departed Portsmouth 14th May bringing 194 male prisoners. Surgeon superintendent Dr. Walker R.N. Officers commanding the guard of the 46th regt., were Lieut. Dawe of 46th and Ensign Codd of 48th regt.,

32406 Bradburn Richard Guildford 1820 1820 16 October Newcastle CSI
Transported with four others for high treason to Newcastle. Cato Street Conspirator

32407 Bradburn (Clark) Richard Guildford 1820 1822 27 February Newcastle CSI
Bushranger. Sent to Port Macquarie in the name of Francis Clark

34306 Butler Henry Guildford 1820 1821 1 November Newcastle CSI
On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per Sally

34307 Butler Henry Guildford 1820 1824 October Newcastle State Records NSW. Colonial Secretary's Correpondence. Special Bundles, 1794-1825. Series 898.
Assigned to Government service. Sentenced by the Commandant to 75 lashes for theft from a dwelling house

176761 Butler Henry Guildford 1820 5 November 1825 Sydney Gaol Sydney Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 851 Ancestry
Admitted to Sydney Gaol by Magistrate Francis Allman of Newcastle. Under sentence to a penal settlement. Sent to Port Macquarie per Elizabeth Henrietta 29th November

181037 Butler Henry Guildford 1820 18 October 1824 Newcastle NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
Henry Butler per Guildford and Thomas Jones per Grenada both in service of government charged with theft....Chief Constable James Calvert states....On Sunday afternoon the 10th inst., I was sent for by John Smith to take charge of the prisoners who he informed me had been attempting to rob his till. Mr. Smith showed me a bank note and some silver which he said had been taken out of the till and thrown by Butler into a cask in the yard as he attempted to make his escape. I searched the prisoners and found a Spanish Dollar concealed in Jones mouth. They were both intoxicated. Mr. Smith states....The prisoners were at my house and I heard someone in the shop. My wife went out and caught Butler at the till. He endeavoured to make his escape and threw some money away which was afterwards picked up. One of the dollars was picked up by Jones who put it in his mouth from where it was afterwards taken by the Chief Constable. Henry Butler and Thomas Jones both sentenced to 75 lashes and hard labour in the gaol gang until further orders

103206 Cheeseman William Guildford 1820 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
Born c. 1812. Spouse Mary Hughes (Hews). For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 213

37200 Cooper Charles Guildford 1820 1820 16 October Newcastle CSI
Cato Street conspirator. On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per 'Elizabeth Henrietta'

105405 Cooper Charles Guildford 1820 1842 30 April Brisbane Water SG
Granted Ticket of Leave

37201 Cooper Constable Charles Guildford 1820 1823 26 December Newcastle CSI
Constable at Newcastle. Request to be transferred to Bathurst

35175 Greenfield Joseph Guildford 1820 1836 3 May Patrick Plains SG
Obtained Ticket of Leave

46034 Greenfield Joseph Guildford 1820 1821 1 November Newcastle CSI
On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per 'Sally'

52868 Greenfield Joseph Guildford 1820 1828 Brisbane Water 1828 Census
Labourer aged 32. Assigned to H. Bean

110406 Greenfield Joseph Guildford 1820 1837 Liverpool Plains GRC
Ticket of leave holder aged 50

147658 Harrison John Guildford 1820 1820 16 October Newcastle CSI
Cato Street conspirator. On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per "Elizabeth Henrietta" (Reel 6007; 4/3502 p.342. Transported with four others for high treason. Re transfer of these conspirators, considered still designing and dangerous men, to Newcastle (Reel 6007; 4/3502 pp.346-7, 349-51)

169740 Harrison John Guildford 1820 - - Rude, George F.E. Protest and Punishment: The Story of the Social and Political Protesters Transported to Australia, 1788-1868
John Harrison went from being a constable to resume his former baker's trade at Bathurst, where he also received his ticket of leave in August 1829.

77665 Lewzy William Guildford 1820 1821 1 November - CSI
On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle

13407 Long Thomas Guildford 1820 1844 2 November Maitland MM
Ticket of leave cancelled for being out of his district without a pass

19371 Long Thomas Guildford 1820 1845 6 December Murrurundi MM
Obtained Ticket of Leave

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