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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
106677 - - Lucy Davidson 1829 1829 10 December Sydney SG
 
The female prisoners by the Lucy Davidson taken ashore 9th December and distributed to applicants for servants



106679 - - Lucy Davidson 1829 1829 1 December Sydney SG
 
Several fatalities on the voyage out from whooping cough. The 'Lucy Davidson' put into quarantine on arrival



106680 - - Lucy Davidson 1829 1829 1 December Sydney SG
 
The 'Lucy Davidson' departed London 20th July under Capt. Wiseman with 99 female prisoners. Surgeon Mr. Osborne. Six free women and 17 children came out passengers by the Lucy Davidson



115893 - - Lucy Davidson 1829 1830 9 January Sydney SG
 
'The female prisoners by the Lucy Davidson' have turned out but a profitless shipment. Most ofthe Magdalens, were assigned to service in Sydney and by far the greater portion of those, we are told, have been returned by their masters to government as incorrigibly bad characters'



115426 (Jones) (Goss) (Hyde) Hannah Lucy Davidson 1829 1837 Maitland GRC
 
Age 30. Assigned to Thomas Hyde



93180 Armstrong Ena ? Lucy Davidson 1829 1831 5 March Newcastle NGE
 
Native of Chesire; Servant; Sentenced to 3 yrs to a penal settlement for mutinous conduct and riot in the female factory, Parramatta. Discharged to private service of Captain Allman by order of G. Brooks 30th August



106306 Armstrong (alias Williams) Sarah Lucy Davidson 1829 1831 11 August Newcastle Index to Colonial Secretary Letters to Sherif 5 July 1828 - 31 December 1850
 
Inmate in Newcastle gaol



106307 Armstrong (alias Williams) Sarah Lucy Davidson 1829 1832 17 November Newcastle Index to Colonial Secretary Letters to Sherif 5 July 1828 - 31 December 1850
 
Released from Newcastle gaol



113021 Ash Sarah (Alias Jane) Lucy Davidson 1829 - - A.O. N.S.W. Convict Indent Fiche 673 p. 257
 
Age 44. Married with 2 children. Native of Somerset. Offence: Base Coin. Aquainted with a Bath hairdresser. Tried in London 9 April 1828 and sentenced to transportation for Life. 5' 1 3/4"; Fair complexion, brown to grey hair, brown eyes. Assigned to George Durnford in Syndey



164448 Ash Sarah (alias Jane) Lucy Davidson 1829 9 April 1829 London The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
 
Wife of William Ash. Sentence of death for uttering base coin. Age 44



164449 Ash Sarah (alias Jane) Lucy Davidson 1829 12 January 1833 Maitland Application to Marry
 
Sarah Ash per Lucy Davidson aged 47, application to marry Michael Walsh per Hadlow aged 40. Not allowed, Sarah being already married.



164451 Ash Sarah (alias Jane) Lucy Davidson 1829 25 November 1840 Yass Application to Marry
 
Sarah Ash per Lucy Davidson, widow, aged 55, application to marry William Steward, widower aged 49 arrived per 'Asia'. Granted



69481 Ashe Sarah Lucy Davidson 1829 1832 21 November Maitland 1832 GG
 
Boot closer and cook. Convict transferred to J. Cox



113023 Barry (Berry) Elizabeth Lucy Davidson 1829 - - A.O. N.S.W. Convict Indent Fiche 673 p. 257
 
Aged 18. Native of London. Occupation: Housemaid and all work. Offence: Stealing a gown and receiving. Tried in London 9 April 1829 and sentenced to 7 years transportation. Assigned to Mrs. Mary Ann Foster in Pitt Street Sydney



164453 Berry Elizabeth (Betsey) Lucy Davidson 1829 9 April 1829 London The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
 
Tamar Seeton aged 26, Elizabeth Berry age 18 and Mary Wells indicted for stealnig on the 8th April, 1 gown valued at 5s, the goods of John Russell. Seeton and Berry who were sisters found guilty and sentenced to seven years transportation. Mary Wells not guilty



164455 Berry (Hayes) Elizabeth Lucy Davidson 1829 27 October 1837 Sydney Application to Marry
 
James Hayes aged 31 arrived per 'Norfolk' application to marry Elizabeth Berry aged 26 arrived per 'Lucy Davidson'. Granted



111115 Brown Charlotte Lucy Davidson 1829 1835 9 January Newcastle gaol NGE
 
Servant from Knaresborough. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland. Returned to govt., service and ticket of leave cancelled. Assigned to Capt. Livingstone at Maitland 14 January



111692 Brown Charlotte Lucy Davidson 1829 1835 9 April Newcastle gaol NGE
 
Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Paterson under sentence of 10 days solitary confinement and to be returned to government service. Re-assigned to Mr. Johnston at Pat. Plains 19 May



113022 Brown Charlotte Lucy Davidson 1829 - - A.O. N.S.W. Convict Indent Fiche 673 p. 257
 
Aged 29. Married with 1 child. Occupation baker, all work. Offence: Receiving stolen goods. Tried in York 17 October 1828 and sentenced to 7 years transportation. 5'3"; ruddy freckled complexion, brown grey hair, hazel eyes. Assigned to Caleb Wilson in George Street, Sydney. Native of Knarsborough



164456 Brown Charlotte Lucy Davidson 1829 6 June 1832 Maitland Application to Marry
 
Robert Rice aged 32 arrived per 'John Barry', application to marry Charlotte Brown aged 31 arrived per 'Lucy Davidson'. Application refused as Charlotte Brown already married




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