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Item:103341
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Ship:Friendship 1818
Date:1818 17 January
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Arrived from England, Capt. Armet with 97 female prisoners under the medical superintendence of Dr. Cosgreave R.N., 3 women died on the passage. A long voyage having departed 3rd July. Names of women who died - Ann Beal, Sarah Blower and Martha Thatcher. Jane Brown also died having thrown herself overboard.
Item:129079
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Ship:Friendship 1818
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Source:p.3. Report of Commissioner J.T. Bigge
Details:'From the evidence of Mr. Cordeaux, Mr. Gyles and Mr. Walker, passengers on the Friendship, prostitution appears to have prevailed, the captain and surgeon had not the means to suppress'
Item:129080
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Ship:Friendship 1818
Date:1818
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Source:Report of the Commissioner of Inquiry into the state of the colony of NSW. p6
Details:Mr. Gyles, passenger on the 'Friendship' censured the captain for inhumanity in the infliction of punishment; the use of a wooden collar employed on the voyage
Item:34241
Surname:Buckley
First Name:Mary Ann
Ship:Friendship 1818
Date:1819 18 February
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:On list of prisoners sent to Newcastle per Lady Nelson
Item:36243
Surname:Chandler
First Name:Sarah
Ship:Friendship 1818
Date:1819 18 February
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:On list of prisoners sent to Newcastle per 'Lady Nelson'
Item:33933
Surname:Cheers
First Name:Ann Elizabeth
Ship:Friendship 1818
Date:1828
Place:Newcastle
Source:1828 Census
Details:Aged 26 in 1828. Came free
Item:165012
Surname:Cordeaux
First Name:William
Ship:Friendship 1818 (Commissariat)
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Source:Australian Dicitionary of Biography
Details:William Cordeaux (1792-1839), land commissioner, was born on 9 October 1792 at Crambe, Yorkshire, the son of Richard Cordeaux, a veterinary officer who served in the Peninsular war and at Waterloo. He joined the British army commissariat service in Spain as a clerk in November 1810, became a deputy-assistant in January 1814, served in Flanders in 1815 and was placed on half-pay in February 1816. He was appointed to the Commissariat Department in New South Wales in May 1817 and arrived in Sydney next January in the convict transport Friendship...........
Item:103806
Surname:Duffy (McGuinness)
First Name:Rosanna
Ship:Friendship 1818
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Source:Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
Details:Born 1804 Ireland. Spouse Richard McGuinness. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 892
Item:56110
Surname:Hickey
First Name:Allen
Ship:Friendship 1818
Date:1828
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Source:1828 Census
Details:Aged 19 in 1828
Item:99851
Surname:Hickey
First Name:Allen
Ship:Friendship 1818
Date:1828
Place:Abberly Lodge Pattersons Plains
Source:1828 Census
Details:Aged 19
Item:148391
Surname:Hickey
First Name:Allen (Allan)
Ship:Friendship 1818
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Source:The Bicentenary Pioneer Register, Second Edition, Volume 111
Details:Born c 1809 in England, son of John Hickey and Ann Marks. Died 14 March 1887 at Chevely Raymond Terrace. Spouse 1) Hester Medley Hutton. Spouse 2) Anne Amelia Stuart Spouse 3) Mary Ann Watkins
Item:99850
Surname:Hickey
First Name:Ann
Ship:Friendship 1818
Date:1828
Place:Abberley Lodge, Patterson's Plains
Source:1828 Census
Details:Aged 56
Item:148390
Surname:Hickey
First Name:Edwin Augustus
Ship:Friendship 1818
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Source:The Bicentenary Pioneer Register, Second Edition, Volume 111
Details:Born c 1808 in England, son of John Hickey and Ann Marks. Died 10 March 1884 Emerson Terrace Forest Hill Oxford. Spouse Jean Dickson
Item:148388
Surname:Hickey
First Name:John
Ship:Friendship 1818
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Source:The Bicentenary Pioneer Register, Second Edition, Volume 111
Details:Born c 1806 in Worcester, son of John Hickey and Ann Marks. Died 28 July 1879 at Chevely Raymond Terrace. Spouse Frances Wool. Issue 1) William Francis, 2) Mary Ann. 3) David 4) Ellen Ester 5) Margaret Sophia 6) Edwin 7) Allan Rowland 8) Frederick Goulburn
Item:56109
Surname:Hickey
First Name:John junior
Ship:Friendship 1818
Date:1828
Place:-
Source:1828 Census
Details:Aged 22 in 1828
Item:148385
Surname:Hickey (Cheers)
First Name:Elizabeth Ann
Ship:Friendship 1818
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Source:The Bicentenary Pioneer Register, Second Edition, Volume 111
Details:Born c. 1802 in Worcester, daughter of John Hickey and Ann Marks. Married John Cheers in Newcastle 10 March 1823 . Died 16 September 1831
Item:148387
Surname:Hickey (Hicks)
First Name:Sophia
Ship:Friendship 1818
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Source:The Bicentenary Pioneer Register, Second Edition, Volume 111
Details:Born c. 1804 in Worcester, daughter of John Hickey and Ann Marks. Married Lieutenant William Hicks 27 November 1823. Died at Melville Island 22 February 1828
Item:176607
Surname:Hicks
First Name:Sophia
Ship:Friendship 1818
Date:1824
Place:Newcastle district
Source:Newcastle (Hunter River) Population Book, 1824 - Ancestry
Details:Born c. 1804. Residing near Newcastle with husband William Hicks
Item:77848
Surname:Jackson
First Name:Mary
Ship:Friendship 1818
Date:1821 27 January
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Source:CSI
Details:On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle
Item:77849
Surname:Jackson
First Name:Mary
Ship:Friendship 1818
Date:1825 November
Place:Sydney
Source:CSI
Details:Granted conditional pardon

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