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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
93958 - - Numa 1834 1834 18 June - GG 1834
 
Families in want of female servants to apply by 26th June for prisoners from the 'Numa'. Assignees to enter into engagement under penalty of forty shillings to keep their servants for one month



132159 - - Numa 1834 1834 13 June (arrival) - AO NSW Convict Indents. Fiche No. 690
 
Arrived with 138 English female convicts 13th June 1834. On arrival 134 mustered on 17 June 1834, 3 sick in the hospital, 2 died at sea, 1 died in the General Hospital on shore. Originally embarked 140 women. E. Bromley Surgeon Superintendent



163259 - - Numa 1834 1834 - -
 
Master John Baker The Times reported that the Numa, James Laing and Moffatt all with convicts for Australia, lay windbound at St. Helen's and the Motherbank on 21st December 1833. Altogether 150 vessels were all waiting for moderate weather and a fair wind. It had blown during the previous week with great violence but without occasioning any loss to the ships whilst at anchor. The Numa finally departed on 29 January 1834 and, touched at the Cape where she departed on 17th March, and arrived in Port Jackson with 138 English female convicts on 13th June 1834 . The women were mustered on board on the 17 June 1834. There were three sick in the hospital, two had died at sea, 1 died in the General Hospital on shore. Originally 140 women were embarked Edward F. Bromley was employed as Surgeon Superintendent. He kept a Medical and Surgical Journal from 14th October 1833 to 1st July 1834 Edward Bromley was also surgeon on the convict ships Ocean 1816 Almorah 1817 Lord Wellington 1820 and Surry 1833



60979 Brown Caroline Numa 1834 1839 9 July Maitland SG
 
Obtained Ticket of Leave



132153 Brown Caroline Numa 1834 1834 - AO NSW Convict Indents. Fiche No. 690
 
Housemaid and needlewoman age 19. Tried in Edinburgh and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing a blanket.



164613 Brown Caroline Numa 1834 20 November 1839 Maitland Application to marry
 
Gilbert Muir age 37 arrived per 'Burrell', application to marry Caroline Brown age 24 arrived per 'Numa'



164764 Brown Caroline Numa 1834 May 1840 Maitland Application to Marry
 
William Martin age 37 arrived per 'Clyde', application to marry Caroline Brown age 25 arrived per 'Numa'



163754 Burroughs Sarah Numa 1834 13 June 1834 Newcastle Settler and Convict Lists 1787-1834. Ancestry
 
Assigned to Newcastle district



142633 Burroughs (Burrows) Sarah Numa 1834 1837 Patrick Plains GRC
 
Age 14. Assigned to H.P. Dutton



80391 Christian Jane Numa 1834 1837 22 February Maitland GG 1837
 
Apprehended after absconding from service of G. Furber



111791 Christian Jane Numa 1834 1835 17 April Newcastle gaol NGE
 
From Plymouth. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Patrick Plains under sentence of 14 days in the cells. Re-assigned to William Lee in Maitland 19 May



124774 Christian Jane Numa 1834 1835 23 May Newcastle gaol NGE
 
Servant from Plymouth. Admitted to Newcastle gaol under sentence of 4 months imprisonment. To await the arrival of a R.C. minister that she may be married. Assigned to John Cobb at Anambah 2 October



125932 Christian Jane Numa 1834 1836 17 August Maitland GG
 
Housemaid and kitchenmaid aged 24 from Northumberland. 5' 1"; fair ruddy and freckled compl., brown hair, hazel grey eyes, nose rather sharp at the point. Absconded from George Furber 1st August



132154 Christian Jane Numa 1834 1834 - AO NSW Convict Indents. Fiche No. 690
 
Housemaid and kitchen maid age 22 from Northumberland. Tried Middlesex 5 August 1833 for stealing clothes and sentenced to 7 years Transportation.



155967 Christian Jane Numa 1834 1835 Maitland Application to Marry
 
William Jackson age 28, application to marry Jane Christian age 23 per 'Numa'



166316 Christian Jane Numa 1834 21 August 1835 Maitland Application to Marry
 
Edward Rose age 30 arrived per 'York', application to marry Jane Christian age 28 arrived per 'Numa'



175954 Christian Jane Numa 1834 14 October 1835 Newcastle gaol Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 136
 
Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland. Sentenced to 14 days solitary confinement and return to government. Assigned to William Dun at Paterson on 27th November



177552 Christian Jane Numa 1834 16 May 1836 Newcastle gaol Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 136
 
Admitted to Newcastle gaol charged with absenting and insolence. Sentenced to 3 months imprisonment. Assigned to George Furber at Maitland on 26 July 1836



178134 Christian Jane Numa 1834 28 October 1829 Newcastle gaol Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 136
 
Laundress from London. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland. Sentenced to 14 days in the cells for insolence. Returned to her husband 16 November 1839



104536 Christian (Holdsworth) Jane Numa 1834 1837 March Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. p 67
 
Marriage of William Holdsworth aged 27 and Jane Christian aged 25 both from Seaham. Witness Thomas Harrison




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