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Item:106682
Surname:-
First Name:-
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:1829 12 May
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Departed London 6th January and arrived in Sydney 9th May under Capt. Sherwood. 100 female prisoners under surgeon superintendent A. D. Wilson. R.N., Passengers Stephen Owen, and Mr. Baldy of Commissariat; G.C. Stapleton of surveyors dept and Tabitha Buckman
Item:111113
Surname:Bridges (Pitches)
First Name:Sarah
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:1835 9 January
Place:Newcastle gaol
Source:NGE
Details:Servant from Liverpool. Admitted to Newcastle gaol under sentence of 14 days in the cells and returned to service. Returned to her master 26 January
Item:175264
Surname:Bunton
First Name:Margaret
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:1830
Place:Maitland
Source:Application to Marry
Details:William Cooper per Larkins, application to marry Margaret Bunton per Princess Royal
Item:164888
Surname:Bunton (Cooper)
First Name:Margaret
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:-
Place:-
Source:A Cargo of Women - Babette Smith
Details:Age 19. Native of Norfolk. Trade Housemaid. Tried 25 April 1828 at Norfolk and sentenced to 7 years transportation for picking pockets. Assigned to 1) James Norton in Sydney 2) Benjamin Singleton at Williams River. Married William Cooper at Maitland in 1830
Item:97626
Surname:Cheeseman
First Name:Ann
Ship:Princess royal 1829
Date:1831 8 - 10 August
Place:-
Source:NGE
Details:Servant from Yorkshire. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Sydney gaol en route to private service of William Ogilvie at Merton. Accompanied by William Mogan.
Item:170938
Surname:Cheeseman
First Name:Ann
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:17 April 1841
Place:Newcastle gaol
Source:Gaol Entrance Books. State Archives NSW; Item: 2/2009; Roll: 757 (Ancestry)
Details:Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland on a charge of drunkenness. Sentenced to 14 days in the cells and to be returned to government service
Item:179207
Surname:Cheeseman
First Name:Ann
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:31 January 1840
Place:Newcastle gaol
Source:Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 136
Details:Needlewoman from Yorkshire. Admitted to Newcastle gaol for medical aid. No offence committed . Re-assigned to Mr. J.G. White 6 March 1840
Item:185479
Surname:Cheeseman
First Name:Ann
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:1 June 1841
Place:Newcastle gaol
Source:Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book - State Archives NSW; Roll: 757
Details:Sent to Newcastle gaol from Paterson on a charge of absenting. Sentenced to 14 days in the cells and return to government
Item:164889
Surname:Cheeseman (alias Bates)
First Name:Ann
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:-
Place:-
Source:A Cargo of Women - Babette Smith
Details:Age 20. Native of Manchester. Trade Nursemaid. Tried in York 16 July 1828 and sentenced to 14 years transportation for picking pockets. Assigned to 1) Mr. McLoughlin in York St. Sydney. 2) Surveyor Ogilvie at Maitland in 1831 etc......
Item:175224
Surname:Cheeseman (alias Bates)
First Name:Ann
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:January 1832
Place:Maitland
Source:Application to Marry - refused
Details:William Harris per Prince of Orange application to marry Anne Cheeseman per Princess Royal refused as Ann Cheeseman was stated to be already married
Item:101360
Surname:Cheeseman (Bates)
First Name:Ann
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:1834 29 March
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Nursemaid aged 24 from Manchester; 5'; ruddy freckled and pockpitted compl., dark brown hair, hazel eyes, scar on nose and lower lip. Absconded from Mrs. McIntosh since March 13
Item:101361
Surname:Cheeseman (Bates)
First Name:Ann
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:1829 16 June
Place:-
Source:SG
Details:Servant from Manchester. 5' hazle eyes dark brown hair, ruddy frecked pockpitted comol. Aged 20. Absconded from John McLoughlan
Item:101366
Surname:Cheeseman (Bates)
First Name:Ann
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:1834 23 August
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Absconded from J. McIntosh. Repeated absentee
Item:164890
Surname:Clancey
First Name:Mary (Ann)
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:-
Place:-
Source:A Cargo of Women - Babette Smith
Details:Age 21. Native of London. Trade Nurse girl. Tried 26 October 1828 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for picking pockets. Assigned to 1) W. Hayward in Sydney in May 1829. IN January 1830 sent to Newcastle for assignment and returned in April - pregnant
Item:176842
Surname:Clancy (Clancey)
First Name:Mary Ann
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:2 April 1830
Place:Sydney Gaol
Source:Sydney Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 851 Ancestry
Details:Mary Ann Clancy per Princess Royal sent to Sydney gaol from Luskintyre for being pregnant. Sent to the 3rd Class at the Female Factory at Parramatta
Item:164891
Surname:Clare
First Name:Martha
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:-
Place:-
Source:A Cargo of Women - Babette Smith
Details:Age 36. Widow with one child. Native of Essex. Trade - all work and needlewoman. Tried in London 12 September 1828 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for private stealing. in May 1829 assigned to Cornelius Prout in Sydney. In August 1829 assigned to Mr. Cobb at Newcastle
Item:164892
Surname:Coffin
First Name:Margaret
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:-
Place:-
Source:A Cargo of Women - Babette Smith
Details:Age 31. Widow with 1 child with her (James age 5 1/2) Native of Essex. Trade Plain Cook. Tried in London 1 September 1828 and sentenced to 14 years transportation for picking pockets. Assigned in May 1829 to Prosper de Mestre in Sydney..... Died at Liverpool in 1841. A ticket of leave for the Hunter district was cancelled in March 1842
Item:69435
Surname:Connell
First Name:Mary
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:1832 7 November
Place:Hunter's River
Source:1832 GG
Details:House servant assigned to John Cobb
Item:164893
Surname:Connell
First Name:Mary
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:-
Place:-
Source:A Cargo of Women - Babette Smith
Details:Age 19. Native of Cork. Trade Straw bonnet maker. Tried in London 17 September 1828 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for shop lifting. Assigned to James Rooke in Sydney in May 1829. Returned to government. Assigned to John Cobb at Hunters River in 1832
Item:173463
Surname:Cranford
First Name:Mary
Ship:Princess Royal 1829
Date:9 January 1844
Place:Newcastle gaol
Source:State Archives NSW; Gaol Entrance Book, Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757
Details:Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland charged with receiving stolen property knowing it to be stolen. Sent for trial

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