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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
93702 - - Northampton 1815 - - Charles Bateson - The Convict Ships
 
Master John Tween; Surgeon Joseph Arnold. 110 female convicts



103437 - - Northampton 1815 1815 24 June Sydney SG
 
Arrived from England previous Sunday with 106 female prisoners having lost 4 on the passage - Eliz. Cowan and Ann Turner at Rio; the latter of whom fell overboard and was drowned; Susan Frost died at sea after leaving Rio; and Mrs. Shirwell died a fortnight before arrival. Free passenger Mrs. Dedman and her 2 children were buried at Rio; Mrs. Noble lost 1 child; Mrs. Drake lost 2 and Mrs. Higgins 1; The prisoners were landed 23 June in a healthy state. A number of women came free to join their husbands



103436 Barnes (Ford) Mary Northampton 1815 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
Spouse William Ford. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 454



45563 Cooper Mary Northampton 1815 1828 Newcastle 1828 Census
 
Came free. Milliner



167089 Evans Elizabeth Northampton 1815 3 August 1818 Newcastle Colonial Secretary's Papers. State Records of NSW Special Bundles
 
Marriage of John Allan age 39 years, arrived per General Hewitt, to Elizabeth Evans age 41 arrived per 'Northampton'



41263 Finlater Agnes Northampton 1815 1819 10 December Newcastle CSI
 
On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per 'Princess Charlotte'



42199 French Ann Northampton 1815 1816 19 September Newcastle CSI
 
On lists of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per Lady Nelson



42200 French Ann Northampton 1815 1821 24 May Newcastle CSI
 
On lists of prisoners transported to Newcastle per 'Snapper'



176589 Grainger (formerly Hathway) Mary Northampton 1815 1824 Newcastle district Newcastle (Hunter River) Population Book, 1824 - Ancestry
 
Residing with her husband Benjamin Grainger at Mary Hunt s estate (Molly Morgan)



176590 Halworth (?Hathway) Mary Northampton 1815 - - Convict Indent State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4005]; Microfiche: 635
 
Mary, wife of Thomas Halworth, tried at Huntingdon Assizes 12 March 1814 and sentenced to transportation for life



46468 Hathaway Mary Northampton 1815 1815 5 December Newcastle CSI
 
On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per 'Lady Nelson'



46469 Hathaway Mary Northampton 1815 1818 16 October Newcastle CSI
 
Prisoner at Newcastle. Pass to go to Sydney



62247 Houseley Ann Northampton 1815 1821 11 September Newcastle CSI
 
Wife of Joseph Houseley. To join her husband at Newcastle



160740 Houseley (Housely) (alias Smith) Ann (alias Catherine) Northampton 1815 19 June 1815 - CSI
 
Convict embarked on the "Northampton" whose husband had already been transported to New South Wales



105653 Huggins (Wright) Sarah Northampton 1815 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
Born c 1809/1812. Spouse John Wright. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 1640



153631 Jones Jane Northampton 1815 1818 21 October - CSI
 
Charged with violent behaviour, was sent to Newcastle for three years



153632 Jones Jane Northampton 1815 1821 21 February - CSI
 
On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per "Elizabeth Henrietta"



176100 Jones Jane Northampton 1815 19 February 1827 Sydney SG
 
Jane Jones was charged by her mistress with insolence and disobedience, and with having used very insubordinate expressions - now on record, but not to be repeated. Further it was stated of her, that she was a slattern. There must have been something very wrong or equally unfortunate in Jane s manner; she has been 12 years in the Colony and is Jane Jones of the Northampton yet! and her address is, No. 3 Factory, Parramatta for three months



70721 Morley Ann Northampton 1815 1820 - CSI
 
Came Free with 2 children. Wife of James per 'Indefatigable'. Re permission to proceed to Newcastle



170045 Morley Ann, James, William, Eliza Northampton 1815 1825 Newcastle Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 20
 
Ann Morley came free. Wife of James Morley who was her assigned servant. Son James also came free per Northampton and William born in the colony in 1819, Eliza born in the colony in 1822 all residing at Newcastle




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