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Item: 63365
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 1826 20 May
Place: Sydney
Source: SG
Details: Capt. Russell. Arrived from Ireland with 100 female prisoners and 13 children. Two free women and 4 children. Women in good health


 
Item: 103452
Surname: Bird ( Garner)
First Name: Catherine
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: -
Place: -
Source: Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
Details: Born c 1809. Spouse William Garner. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 493


 
Item: 63973
Surname: Boyle
First Name: Catherine
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 1829 27 August
Place: Maitland
Source: SG
Details: Obtained ticket of leave


 
Item: 177600
Surname: Fielding
First Name: Mary
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 1 June 1836
Place: Newcastle gaol
Source: Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 136
Details: Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Newcastle on a charge of larceny. Discharged being admitted to bail on 6th June 1836


 
Item: 178010
Surname: Fielding
First Name: Mary
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 1 October 1839
Place: Newcastle gaol
Source: Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 136
Details: Servant from Limerick. Admitted to Newcastle gaol. Sentenced to 4 days in the cells for drunkenness


 
Item: 178725
Surname: Fielding
First Name: Mary
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 23 October 1837
Place: Newcastle gaol
Source: Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 137
Details: Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Newcastle. Sentenced to 1 month imprisonment. Discharged 23 November 1837


 
Item: 184074
Surname: Fielding
First Name: Mary
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 23 May 1837
Place: Newcastle gaol
Source: Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book - State Archives NSW; Roll: 136
Details: Mary Fielding per Lady Rowena admitted to Newcastle gaol from Newcastle. Sentenced to 3 months hard labour.


 
Item: 71341
Surname: Hannon
First Name: Mary
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 1829 10 January
Place: Newcastle
Source: Application to marry
Details: 25 yrs of age; bond. Application to marry John McMillan


 
Item: 175096
Surname: Hannon (or Rannon)
First Name: Mary
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 1826
Place: -
Source: State Archives NSW. Convict Indents. microfiche 660
Details: Age 22. Native place Co. Clarke. Occupation country servant. Tried in Limerick 29 July 1825 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing yarn.


 
Item: 185358
Surname: March
First Name: Catherine
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 2 May 1841
Place: Newcastle gaol
Source: Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book - State Archives NSW; Roll: 757
Details: Sent to Newcastle gaol from Maitland. Sentenced to 1 month hard labour for drunkenness


 
Item: 177599
Surname: Murphy
First Name: Mary
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 1826
Place: -
Source: Convict Indents
Details: Age 20. House servant. Convicted of house robbery at Cork. 12 August 1826. Assigned to J. McArthur at Sydney on arrival


 
Item: 175095
Surname: Naughton
First Name: Ellen
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 1826
Place: -
Source: State Archives NSW. Convict Indents. microfiche 660
Details: Age 30. House servant, native of Limerick. Tried 9 March 1825 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing money. Assigned to George Morris at the Australian Hotel, Sydney on arrival


 
Item: 91014
Surname: Nocton (?Naughton)
First Name: Eleanor
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 1831 29 January
Place: -
Source: NGE
Details: Servant from Limerick; R/C; Sentenced to 3mths 2nd class female factory by Maitland Bench


 
Item: 182373
Surname: Rice
First Name: Catherine
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 1826
Place: -
Source: Convict Indents. State Archives NSW. Microfiche 660. (Ancestry)
Details: Catherine Rice, age 26. Country servant. Single. Tried in Cork March 1825. Sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing flannel. No place of assignment noted on arrival


 
Item: 182374
Surname: Rice
First Name: Catherine
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 8 February 1827
Place: Newcastle
Source: NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details: Catherine Rice per ship Lady Rowena, assigned to Rev. Threlkeld charged with neglect of work and disobedience of orders. David Roberts, states - I am overseer at the Rev. Threlkeld s and have been twice called on to witness to the prisoner s disobedient conduct. Rev. Threlkeld desired her to clean an knife - she replied she was not able to do it. Mr. Threlkeld repeated his orders and she replied with insolent manner that she could not stand the house. This took place yesterday morning. She had cleaned knives but a little time before the above act of disobedience took place. Prisoner in her defence states that she has to0 much work to do and that there is work there (meaning in her master s house) for three women. Sentenced to 7 days solitary confinement


 
Item: 184555
Surname: Rice
First Name: Catherine
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 27 March 1827
Place: Newcastle district
Source: NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details: Catherine Rice, in service to Rev. Threlkeld, incapable of performing the duties of a servant for which application was made. Ordered to be returned to the 1st Class of the female factory at Parramatta


 
Item: 182462
Surname: Rice
First Name: Cathinere
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 27 March 1827
Place: Newcastle
Source: NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details: Catherine Rice per ship Lady Rowena, in service of the Rev. Threlkeld, being incapable of performing the duties of a servant for which application was made, ordered to be returned to the 1st Class of the female factory at Parramatta


 
Item: 182304
Surname: Ryan
First Name: Catherine
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 22 December 1826
Place: Newcastle
Source: NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details: Catherine Ryan, per ship Lady Rowena, in the service of Patrick Reilly charged with refusing to work. Catherine Reilly states - the prisoner is the assigned servant of my husband. I cannot get her to do the work of the house. When I desire her to wash a shirt or mend linen she replies she did not come to me for that. That she came as a dairy woman. This has frequently occurred. Yesterday she refused to wash some linen belonging to the house and this morning she absented herself from the house without leave from six until nine o clock. The prisoner in her defence states - I was ill yesterday from head ache and was unable to work. I have never refused to work when able. My Mistress is always abusing me. She calls me all sorts of bad names. Catherine Ryan admonished and ordered to return to her duty


 
Item: 182306
Surname: Ryan
First Name: Catherine
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 23 December 1826
Place: Newcastle
Source: NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details: Catherine Ryan in service of Mr. Patrick Reilly charged with refusing to work. Catherine Reilly states - On my return home yesterday after the prisoner had been before the Bench, I found her seated at a table with her head lying on it. I desired her to go and clean the house and windows to which she made no reply. A few minutes after she came to me and said she could not do any work that day - No, divil a bit. - Prisoner in her defence states - I had a head ache. Sentenced to one week solitary confinement


 
Item: 182347
Surname: Ryan
First Name: Catherine
Ship: Lady Rowena 1826
Date: 23 January 1827
Place: Newcastle
Source: NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details: Catherine Ryan in the service of Mr. P. Reilly, charged with general neglect of work, drunkenness and insolence. Mr. Patrick Reilly states - On Saturday last my wife being from home, the conduct of the prisoner came more particularly under my notice, and I observed her general inattention to her duty about the house. In the course of the afternoon I detected her drinking spirits with some soldiers who were at my house and eventually she became so much intoxicated as to commit an outrage on a black native girl which caused considerable disturbance, so much so, that Mr. McLeod and other gentlemen who were with him left their room to enquire into it. Her general conduct is insufferable and when remonstrated with she answers with the utmost insolence. The prisoner states in her defence - I only pushed the black girl out of the house and in so doing I obeyed my mistresses orders - it was not my fault that the girl fell. I could not help the noise. It is impossible to please either master or mistress. Sentenced to 3rd Class of the Factory for six months



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