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Item:103409
Surname:-
First Name:-
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1825 5 May
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Arrival of the Asia from Portsmouth. Departed 6th January. Captain W.L. Pope. 197 male prisoners and Govt., stores. Guard consisted of Lieut. Bainbridge and 54 men of the 57 regt., Dr. Davis R.N. surgeon superintendnet
Item:173255
Surname:Apted
First Name:James
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:14 February 1843
Place:Newcastle gaol
Source:State Archives NSW; Gaol Entrance Book, Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757 (Ancestry)
Details:Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Scone on a charge of cattle stealing. Sent for trial.
Item:164301
Surname:Ashby
First Name:Joseph
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:15 February 1845
Place:Brisbane Water
Source:Application to Marry
Details:Joseph Ashby aged 32, arrived per 'Asia', application to marry Charlotte (age 22, the daughter of an aborigine by an Englishman)
Item:67700
Surname:Ashby (?Ashford?)
First Name:Joseph
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1838 24 October
Place:Brisbane Water
Source:GG
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave
Item:31055
Surname:Bavin
First Name:James
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1828
Place:Green Hills
Source:1828 Census
Details:Labourer assigned to E.C. Close
Item:64057
Surname:Bavin (Bavis)
First Name:James
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1829 1 December
Place:Wallis Plains
Source:SG
Details:Obtained ticket of leave
Item:84459
Surname:Beaks (Becks)
First Name:Stephen
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1840 10 January
Place:Merton
Source:CDR
Details:Ticket of leave holder 40/553. Burial date
Item:25807
Surname:Becks
First Name:Stephen
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1837
Place:Merton
Source:GRC
Details:Assigned to J. H. Pickering
Item:31166
Surname:Bonnell
First Name:Charles
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1828
Place:Laguna, Luskintyre
Source:1828 Census
Details:Labourer assigned to H. Finch
Item:43019
Surname:Bonnell
First Name:Charles
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1838 24 March
Place:Patrick Plains
Source:SG
Details:Obtained Ticket of Leave
Item:84200
Surname:Bonnell
First Name:Charles
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1838 14 February
Place:Patrick Plains
Source:CDR
Details:Remarks - C. Forbes
Item:100990
Surname:Bonnell
First Name:Charles
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1835 25 July
Place:-
Source:SG
Details:Ticket of leave cancelled for drunkenness and abusive language
Item:181760
Surname:Box
First Name:James
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:27 March 1826
Place:Newcastle
Source:NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details:James Jones, in the gaol gang (settlers man); Thomas Hunt and James Box, government servants, all arrived per ship Asia, charged with being concerned in stealing a keg of spirits. (See the evidence in the case of Aaron Solomon 25 March 1826)...The Chief Constable states - I have been endeavouring to trace the spirits stolen on Thursday last and on Saturday evening I was informed I should probably find it secreted in the wheelwrights shop in the lumber yard. I went there an searched and in the fire place up the chimney I found a place where it had evidently been deposited and from whence it seems to have been recently take; my suspicions fell upon the wheelwright and others in the lumber yard, but I could learn nothing from him or Hunt (a nailer) whom I suspected, but in the course of yesterday I was acquainted with all the circumstances attending the theft by James Williamson a blacksmith. James Williamson states 0 I am a blacksmith in the lumber yard. I admit I was idle and neglecting my work on Thursday last. On that day I was standing at the door of the blacksmiths shop and saw James Jones come in at the lumber yard gate. He had a keg in his hands which was partially covered with a frock. I asked him if it was a keg of butter - he replied No and passed on to the wheel wrights shop. In the course of the afternoon Box (the wheelwright) came to the shop and asked me for some nails for repairs; I gave him some, and I saw him speaking to Hunt who works next to me. I was not at work myself and could hear what they said. Box said to Hunt. It is all right. I have got the rum safe up the chimney. They have been in the shop to look for it but they could not find it. On Friday after church time I saw Hunt and Jones together as we were returning I was close to them. They were talking about the keg. Hunt told Jones he would give him a dollar in payment for his share and that he should never want a breakfast. Jones replied twould do very well. The prisoners deny the charge and call in their defence James Handige, overseer of the blacksmiths who states Williamson was idle all Thursday last. I went to the superintendent in the course of the day to report him. I am sure he did not do any work and think he was not in the shop all the afternoon. I saw Hunt and Box in the shop together on Thursday afternoon, could not hear what they were speaking about they being some distance off. Lewis Hutton a blacksmith, states - Williamson did not work on Thursday. In the afternoon I saw him in the shop once or twice. Saw him give Box some nails also saw Hunt give Box some nails. Did not notice them speaking to each other any way particular. Sentence: James Box and Thomas Hunt to labour in the gaol gang for three months. James Jones to labour in the gaol gang for three months in addition to his sentence at Pattersons Plains
Item:107172
Surname:Broadway
First Name:George
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1840 14 March
Place:Newcastle (hospital)
Source:Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral Newcastle. Burials p3
Details:Freed pauper. Died aged 38. Burial Date
Item:16263
Surname:Broughton
First Name:John
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1832 20 December
Place:Upper Hunter
Source:SG
Details:Obtained Ticket of Leave
Item:69118
Surname:Cheeseman
First Name:Constable James
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1832 18 July
Place:Merton
Source:1832 GG
Details:T/L holder. Appointed constable in room of John Needham
Item:17543
Surname:Cheeseman
First Name:James
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1831 18 August
Place:Merton
Source:SG
Details:Obtained Ticket of Leave
Item:36271
Surname:Cheeseman
First Name:James
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1825 27 June
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Convict servant of Lieutenant Ogilvie. To be victualled from the Stores for 6mths
Item:45310
Surname:Cheeseman
First Name:James
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1837
Place:Merton
Source:GRC
Details:Ticket of leave holder
Item:101362
Surname:Cheeseman
First Name:James
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1828
Place:Merton
Source:1828 Census
Details:Houseservant aged 48. Assigned to William Ogilvie

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