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Item:32397
Surname:Bowling (Boland)
First Name:Michael
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:1820 22 November
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:To be transported to Newcastle for life per Prince Leopold
Item:37144
Surname:Cook
First Name:James
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:1821 30 August
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per Elizabeth Henrietta
Item:45544
Surname:Cook
First Name:James
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:1828
Place:Newcastle
Source:1828 Census
Details:Conditional Pardon. Carpenter
Item:62500
Surname:Cook
First Name:James
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:1821 11 August
Place:-
Source:SG
Details:William Kitchenman for stealing five pair of window sashes and James Cook for receiving the same both received sentence of 7 years transportation
Item:163143
Surname:Cook
First Name:James
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:1823/24/25
Place:Newcastle
Source:General Muster of New South Wales 1823, 1824, 1825
Details:Convict under sentence of transportation for life. Assigned to government employment at Newcastle
Item:181934
Surname:Cook
First Name:James
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:21 June 1826
Place:Newcastle
Source:NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details:Peter Egan per ship Recovery and James Cook per ship Atlas, both stockman in government service, charged with neglect of duty and losing government bullocks...Mr. Frederick Dixon, Superintendent states - On Monday night the working bullocks were turned out to graze under the charge of Egan and Cook. Egan has charge of them until midnight when it is Cooks duty to relieve him and bring in the bullocks at daybreak for work. On Tuesday morning it was reported to me that the bullocks were lost. They were not found until yesterday in the afternoon. James Cook states - Egan did not go out with the bullocks on Monday evening. He remained at home all night. About midnight I came into the town for a fire stick and when I returned the bullocks had strayed from the place where I left them. Sentence: Peter Egan 3 months in the gaol gang. James Cook 2 months in the gaol gang
Item:162719
Surname:Dwyer
First Name:Cornelius (or Connor)
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:10 September 1818
Place:Windsor
Source:CSI (Fiche 3266; 9/2652 p.48)
Details:Of Windsor. On list of persons to receive grants of land in 1818
Item:43173
Surname:Gorman
First Name:William
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:1811 29 June
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per 'Lady Nelson'
Item:43174
Surname:Gorman
First Name:William
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:1812 April
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:On monthly returns of prisoners punished at Newcastle
Item:43175
Surname:Gorman
First Name:William
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:1820 June
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:On list of prisoners at Newcastle claiming expiration of sentence
Item:166650
Surname:Gorman
First Name:William
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:1st to 30 April 1812
Place:Newcastle
Source:Colonial Secretary's Papers. Monthly return of Corporal Punishments
Details:Punished with 50 lashes for selling his slops
Item:33229
Surname:Hayes
First Name:Henry Browne (Sir)
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:1808
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Transported for kidnapping an heiress. Sent to Newcastle after expressing support for Bligh
Item:163989
Surname:Hayes
First Name:Sir Henry Browne
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:1797
Place:Ireland
Source:Historical Records of New South Wales. Volume III, 1796 - 1799
Details:Five Hundred Guineas Reward - Whereas information have been given on oath before Jasper Lucas, one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the city and county of the City of Cork, against Sir Henry Browne Hayes and several others, who with force and arms feloniously stopped a carriage belonging to Cooper Penrose Esq., of Woodhill, between the hours of one and two oclock on the morning of Saturday, the 22nd of July 1797, ordered the ladies out of the carriage, cut the traces thereof, and feloniously forced Miss Mary Pike, daughter of the late Samuel Pike of the city of cork, banker, from two other ladies that were with her, and put her into another carriage, and drove off with her to the house of the said Sir H. Browne Hayes, at Vernon Mount, in the South Liberties of cork, and there detained her several hours with an intent to force her to marry the said Sir Henry Browne Hayes. Now I, Richard Pike, uncle to the said Mary Pike, and executor to her father, do hereby offer a reward of five hundred guineas to any person or persons that shall lodge the said Sir Henry Browne Hayes, within six calendar months, in any of his Majesty's gaols in this kingdom. The said Sir Henry Browne Hayes was lately a lieutenant in his Majesty's regiment of militia, commanded by Lord Doneraile, in straight made, rather fresh coloured, a little pock marked, and brown hair with remarkable whiskers; about five feet seven inches high and about forty years old. Signed Richard Pike, Cork 24 July 1797
Item:70714
Surname:Morgan
First Name:John
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:1810
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Former servant to Thomas Laycock. Arrived at Newcastle May
Item:70715
Surname:Morgan
First Name:John
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:1810
Place:-
Source:CSI
Details:Tried at Meath. Prisoner at coal River June; John Grant requesting that he be returned to Sydney
Item:77374
Surname:Morgan
First Name:John
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:1810 26 May
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Sent to Newcastle. Had a bad leg and unfit for labour
Item:69992
Surname:Redmond (McDonough)
First Name:Mary
Ship:Atlas 1802 (1)
Date:1813 22 March
Place:-
Source:CSI
Details:On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per 'Estramina'

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