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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
162265 - - Midas 1825 17 December 1825 Port Jackson -
 
The Midas departed London on 24 July 1825, sailing via St Jago and Hobart to Port Jackson, arriving on 17 December 1825, having arrived at Hobart on 23 November 1825.  She embarked 109 female convicts of which one died on the voyage. Fifty-eight were landed at Hobart and fifty were landed at Sydney



130162 (Adams) (Roe) (Rowe) Ann Midas 1825 1837 Patrick Plains GRC
 
Age 26. Assigned to John Roe



30857 Adams Ann Midas 1825 1828 Patrick Plains 1828 Census
 
Servant assigned to John Blaxland junior



143740 Adams Ann Midas 1825 1825 December - AO NSW Convict Indents Fiche No. 657
 
Housemaid age 27. Born at Sea. Widow, tried in Edinboro 10 November 1824 and sentenced to transportation for Life



143738 Allanson (Allinson) Maria Midas 1825 1825 - AO NSW Convict Indents Fiche No. 657
 
Native of Cheshire. Tried Manchester 18 April 1825 and sentenced to 7 years transportation . Sempstress. Assigned to Mrs. Underwood in Sydney on arrival



107940 Allinson Maria Midas 1825 1831 18 October Newcastle NGE
 
From Liverpool. Admitted to Newcastle gaol under sentence of 1 mth to 3rd class femal factory. Forwarded to Factory at Parramatta 2 November



71340 Angus Janet Midas 1825 1828 Newcastle Application to marry
 
24 yrs of age. Bond. Application to marry James Schofield



116966 Angus Janet Midas 1825 1839 24 July Merton GG 1839
 
Granted Ticket of Leave



143741 Angus Janet Midas 1825 1825 December - AO NSW Convict Indents Fiche No. 657
 
Housemaid age 21. Tried in Perth 16 April 1824 and sentenced to transportation for Life. Assigned to J. Blaxland on arrival



100797 Angus (Angis) (Schofield) Jennet Midas 1825 1828 November From St. Aubins Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Marriages. p10
 
Marriage of James Schofield and Jennet Angus



143749 Angus (Schofield) Jannet (Janet) Midas 1825 1828 Hexham?, Newcastle NSW BDM
 
Marriage of Jannet Angus or Angis and James Schofield



163816 Davies Mary Midas 1825 21 January 1843 Paterson Application to Marry
 
John Beechey aged 33, arrived per 'Adrian', application to marry Mary Davies aged 37, arrived per Midas. Application disallowed



46120 Davis Sophia Midas 1825 1828 Patrick Plains 1828 Census
 
Aged 28. Assigned to James Bowman



63976 Davis Sophia Midas 1825 1829 27 August Patrick Plains SG
 
Obtained ticket of leave



143742 Davis Sophia Midas 1825 1825 December - AO NSW Convict Indents Fiche No. 657
 
Housemaid age 28 from London. Tried 20 October 1824 and sentenced to 7 years transportation



143743 Davis Sophia Midas 1825 1824 28 October St. John-Street The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
 
Washerwoman. Sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing gowns, petticoats, aprons etc., belonging to Sophia Pritchard. Sophia's mother had washed for Sophia Pritchard on previous occasions



100724 Davis (Wadsworth) Sophia Midas 1825 1827 June Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle p.3a
 
Marriage of William Wadsworth of Patrick Plains to Sophia Davis of Newcastle. Witnesses Constable Michael Gow and A. E. Faulkner



176830 Farns Bridget Midas 1825 8 July 1828 Sydney Gaol Sydney Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 851 Ancestry
 
Admitted to Sydney gaol from Patterson Plains charged with drunk and disorderly conduct. Sent to the 3rd Class Female Factory at Parramatta for 3 months



93151 Montague Mary Midas 1825 1831 2 February Newcastle NGE
 
Servant. Admitted to Newcastle gaol on 7 February. Committed to 7 mths in 3rd Class of Female Factory by Maitland Bench for insolence and abusive language. Forwarded on board the Calidonia cutter for Sydney on 8 March. Good conduct in gaol



107954 Montague Mary Midas 1825 1834 29 November Newcastle NGE
 
Servant of Liverpool. Assigned to Mrs. Eckford at Maitland. Admitted to Newcastle gaol under sentence of 21 days in the cells and return to government




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