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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
92190 - - Surprise 1794 1794 - The Convict Ships - Charles Bateson
 
Master P. Campbell; Surgeon J. Thomson; 23 Male convicts; 60 female convicts



161710 - - Surprise 1794 25 October 1794 - The Wonders of nature and art: or A concise account of whatever.....Volume 11 - Thomas Smith
 
On the 25th of October, the Surprise transport arrived from England, having on board sixty female, and twenty-three male convicts, some stores and provisions, and three settlers for the colony. By this vessel advice was brought that Governor Hunter, with the Reliance and Supply, (two ships intended to be employed in procuring cattle for the colony,) might be expected to arrive in about three months. It was also stated, that, the two natives in England were in good health, but they had made very little improvement in the English language



37603 Crump Thomas Surprise 1794 1810 3 February Newcastle CSI
 
To be returned to Newcastle as emancipation was illegal



37604 Crump Thomas Surprise 1794 1810 March Newcastle CSI
 
Blacksmith, carpenter and boatbuilder. Petition for mitigation of sentence



37605 Crump Thomas Surprise 1794 1811 18 December Newcastle CSI
 
Mary Johnson (prisoner at Newcastle) living with Crump



148269 Crump Thomas Surprise 1794 - - The Bicentenary Pioneer Register, Second Edition, Volume 111
 
Married 10 March 1797 at St. Phillips Sydney to Mary Harrison. Issue 1) Thomas b. 1797 2).Isaac b 1799......Marriage/relationship with Mary Johnson. Issue 1) Harriet b. c 1815. 2)Francis b. c. 1818. 3) Samuel b. c 1820. 4) Charles b. 1823 in Sydney + three more children



148274 Crump Thomas Surprise 1794 1792 12 September - The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
 
Received sentence of Death for burglariously and feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling house of Sarah Thompson and stealing money, silver ware and clothing on 2nd July 1792. Age 20



148275 Crump Thomas Surprise 1794 1792 15 December - The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
 
Granted His Majesty's Pardon on condition of transportation for Life



37602 Crump (boat builder) Thomas Surprise 1794 1810 30 January Newcastle CSI
 
Boatbuilder Newcastle. Received his emancipation from Lieutenant Governor Paterson and wished to return to Sydney



170075 Neal Constable William Surprise 1794 1825 Wallis Plains Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 20
 
Came Free. Constable at Wallis Plains.



170076 Neal Sarah Surprise 1794 1825 Newcastle Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 20
 
Free by servitude. Wife of William Neal




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