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Item:162737
Surname:-
First Name:-
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:-
Place:-
Source:The Convict Ships 1787 - 1868 by Charles Bateson
Details:The Perseus departed Spithead 12 February 1802 in company with the Coromandel, and arrived in Port Jackson 4 August 1802. Master John Davison. Surgeon W.S. Fielding. 112 male prisoners
Item:162284
Surname:Beaumont
First Name:Mary
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:1802
Place:-
Source:HRA
Details:Came free per Perseus. HRA Volume III 1801 - 1802 p 382.
Item:38718
Surname:Denton
First Name:William
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:1821 21 February
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per 'Elizabeth Henrietta'
Item:162286
Surname:Hiscock
First Name:William
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:1802
Place:-
Source:HRA
Details:Came free per Perseus. HRA Volume III 1801 - 1802 p 382.
Item:62273
Surname:Hughes
First Name:Constable Thomas
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:1811 23 January
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Constable at Newcastle to be sent to Sydney
Item:62274
Surname:Hughes
First Name:Thomas
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:1811 29 January
Place:-
Source:CSI
Details:Sailors on the Governor Hunter received knowledgeo f his intended profession and would not allow him on board
Item:130657
Surname:Hughes
First Name:Thomas
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:1811 January
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSL
Details:Constable at Newcastle. Appointed executioner soon after Gov. Macquarie's visit to Newcastle
Item:174197
Surname:Hughes
First Name:Thomas
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:2 April 1914
Place:-
Source:The Catholic Press
Details:Correspondence from Governor Macquarie to Rev. Samuel Marsden dated 8 January 1818. {Extract}....Secon I therefore demand of you to inform me by those order, and by what authority you have dared to investigate and to take depositions regarding my public measures and administration as Governor in Chief of this colony. I allude sir, to your late examination of the public executioner, Thomas Hughes, at the house of Robert Campbell Esq., relative to my ordering three men to be punished some time ago for breaking into the Government Domain contrary to repeated Government orders. Answer: That he did not consider that he had done anything wrong
Item:71305
Surname:Osborne
First Name:Richard
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:1813
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Sent to Newcastle as prisoner
Item:162281
Surname:Palmer
First Name:Charles and Mary Ann
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:-
Place:Port Jackson
Source:HRA
Details:Charles and Mary Ann and their children Clara aged 3 and Sabina aged 10 months free settlers on the Perseus HRA Volume III 1801 - 1802 p 382.
Item:162283
Surname:Pitches
First Name:Mary
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:1802
Place:-
Source:HRA
Details:Came free per Perseus. HRA Volume III 1801 - 1802 p 382.
Item:162282
Surname:Pugh
First Name:Edward and Anne
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:1802
Place:-
Source:HRA
Details:Edward and Ann Pugh free settlers on the Perseus. HRA Volume III 1801 - 1802 p 382.
Item:72135
Surname:Refrain
First Name:William
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:1814
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle
Item:148176
Surname:Sternbeck
First Name:Christian
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:-
Place:-
Source:The 1788 - 1820 Association's Pioneer Register
Details:Born 1781 in London. Spouse Sarah Miller. Died 1860 at Windsor. Issue 1) James 2) Ann 3)George 4)William 5)Elizabeth
Item:71878
Surname:Turner
First Name:James
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:1832 2 August
Place:Newcastle
Source:Application to marry
Details:Conditional Pardon. Application to marry Ann Searson
Item:153660
Surname:Turner
First Name:James
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:1820 28 June
Place:Of Pitt Town
Source:CSI
Details:Memorial
Item:153661
Surname:Turner
First Name:James
Ship:Perseus 1802
Date:1825 14 October
Place:Windsor
Source:CSI
Details:To be victualled from the Store at Windsor for six months; with his wife, three children and convict servan

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