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Item:100033
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First Name:-
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:1821 15 September
Place:Sydney
Source:SG; & National Archives Catalogue
Details:Surgeon James Hamilton kept a Medical Journal from 10 March to 12 September 1821. On the 19th March 80 convicts were received onto the 'Adamant' from the Justitia. None were ill. The 'Adamant' departed England 30th March 1821 under Captain William Ebsworthy and arrived on 8th September 1821 . 'The Prisoners landed from the Adamant appeared to be in the very best health. They were inspected by the Lieut-Gov and then assigned to their various employments.' .
Item:160512
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First Name:-
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:-
Place:On board the Adamant. Surgeon Superintendent James Hamilton's diary
Source:The National Archives.
Details:28 March: a great number of prisoners complaining of theft in the prison during the night; 14 April 1821: two convicts flogged for theft; 23 April 1821: because of the great motion of the ship and the general good conduct of the prisoners, one iron was struck off each man;
Item:162749
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First Name:-
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:8 September 1821
Place:Port Jackson
Source:SG
Details: THIS Evening arrived from England, which she left on the 29th of March, the ship Adamant Captain Elsworthy, having on board 144 male prisoners-all in health : one died on the passage, and a sailor unfortunately fell overboard this morning off the port, and was drowned. The Surgeon Superintendent is Dr. Hamilton, R. N. The military guard consists of a detáchment of the 34th and 48th, under orders of Lieut.Thompson, 34th Regt.
Item:162833
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First Name:-
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:12 September 1821
Place:Sydney
Source:CSI
Details:List of 85 male convicts disembarked from and forwarded to Parramatta and Windsor for distribution (Reel 6008; 4/3504 pp.368-9)
Item:163242
Surname:Angel
First Name:Francis
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:20 January 1821
Place:Justitia Hulk, Woolwich
Source:UK Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books. Ancestry
Details:Tried in London 10 January 1821 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing a saddle. Received onto the Justitia Hulk on 20 January 1821. The Justitia was moored at Woolwich
Item:161005
Surname:Angell
First Name:Francis
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:-
Place:Newcastle district
Source:General Muster of New South Wales 1823, 1824, 1825
Details:Government servant assigned to Mr. Scott
Item:31627
Surname:Brown
First Name:Robert
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:1828
Place:Patrick Plains
Source:1828 Census
Details:Watchman. Employed by A. Bell
Item:34202
Surname:Brown
First Name:Robert
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:1821 16 October
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per Elizabeth Henrietta
Item:108488
Surname:Brown
First Name:Robert
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:1827 5 November
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave
Item:31676
Surname:Bull
First Name:Joseph
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:1828
Place:Patrick Plains
Source:1828 Census
Details:Farmer
Item:76249
Surname:Bull
First Name:Joseph
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:1834 14 February
Place:Maitland
Source:Application to Marry
Details:Aged 35. Free. Application to marry Maria Dixon
Item:115772
Surname:Bull
First Name:Joseph
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:1825 20 October
Place:Wilberforce
Source:SG
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave for the district of Wilberforce
Item:160511
Surname:Bull
First Name:Joseph
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:1821 20 May
Place:On board the 'Adamant'
Source:The National Archives. Surgeon Superintendent James Hamilton's diary
Details:Age 22. Taken ill at sea; fever, great headaches and pain of his back and joints; put on sick list 20 May 1821; discharged 4 June 1821
Item:45990
Surname:Davies (Davis)
First Name:Samuel
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:1828
Place:Segenhoe
Source:1828 Census
Details:Aged 30. Assigned to P. McIntyre. Bullock driver.
Item:69084
Surname:Davis
First Name:Samuel
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:1832 11 July
Place:Maitland
Source:1832 GG
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave
Item:76576
Surname:Davis
First Name:Samuel
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:1833 16 October
Place:Maitland
Source:Application to marry
Details:Ticket of leave holder aged 36. Application to marry Mary Ann Smith
Item:83956
Surname:Davis
First Name:Samuel
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:1837
Place:Maitland
Source:GRC
Details:Aged 38. Ticket of leave holder. Tried in London
Item:118343
Surname:Davis
First Name:Samuel
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:1824 26 August
Place:Emu Plains
Source:CSI
Details:On return of convicts discharged from the establishment, Emu Plains; to West Mountain road party
Item:158063
Surname:Davis
First Name:Samuel
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:1820 6 December
Place:London
Source:The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
Details:Sentenced to transportation for life for pocketpicking. Age 23
Item:160509
Surname:Davis
First Name:Samuel
Ship:Adamant 1821
Date:1821 20 May
Place:On board the 'Adamant'
Source:The National Archives. Surgeon Superintendent James Hamilton's diary
Details:On list of prisoners whose wine was stopped as punishment for being extremely dirty

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