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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
92362 - - Providence 1811 - - The Convict Ships - Charles Bateson
Master And. Barclay; 140 male convicts; 41 female convicts

120130 - - Providence 1811 1811 6 July Port Jackson SG
Received prisoners at the Cove of Cork and departed from Falmouth 21st January. Arrived Rio 23rd March and Port Jackson 2nd July. Three male prisoned died on the passage out and two females..

127440 Bradden (?Madden) Thomas Providence 1811 1840 25 November Paterson GG
Granted Ticket of Leave

166645 Brown Richard Providence 1811 3 October 1811 Sydney Colonial Secretary's Papers. (NRS 936) Copies of letters sent to Van Diemenīs Land, Newcastle and Norfolk Island, 1810-1813
Richard Brown per 'Providence', Charles Adams per 'Sinclair' and Robert Johnson per 'Maria' sentenced to 1 year at Newcastle penal settlement.

34200 Browne Richard Providence 1811 1812 24 October Newcastle CSI
On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per Estramina

34201 Browne Richard Providence 1811 1813 6 August Newcastle CSI
Prisoner at Newcastle . Time expired

166864 Browne Richard Providence 1811 20 March 1824 - Colonial Secretary's Papers
Deceased. Late of Castlereagh st Sydney. Correspondence re the daughters of his widow Sarah be admitted to the female orphan school (Mary aged 8 and Elizabeth age 7)

166865 Browne Richard Providence 1811 1811 - State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Title: Bound manuscript indents, 1788-1842; Item: [4/4004]; Microfiche: 633
Tried in Dublin in February 1810. Sentenced to 7 years transportation.

167530 Browne Richard Providence 1811 - Newcastle Newcastle Art Gallery
RICHARD BROWNE A focus exhibition 30 June - 12 August 2012 A focus exhibition of seven works by Richard Browne, including two recent acquisitions to the Newcastle Art Gallery collection. Richard Browne (1776-1824) was an Irish born artist who lived in Newcastle from 1811-1817. The watercolours in this focus exhibition portray the Indigenous people from the Hunter Region and Sydney..........Richard Browne Coola-benn, Native Chief of Ashe Island Hunters River, New South Wales; Cobbawn Wogi, Native Chief of Ashe Island Hunters River New South Wales (1820) 47.0 x 36.0 cm; 33.0 x 27.0 cm watercolour and bodycolour on paper

167533 Browne Richard Providence 1811 - Newcastle State Library of NSW. Discover Collections
Richard Browne was born in Dublin in 1771. He was sentenced to transportation in 1810 and arrived in Sydney in 1811 on the Providence. Within a few months of arriving, he reoffended and was removed to the secondary penal colony of Newcastle. In Newcastle, Browne came into contact with the commandant of Newcastle from 1811-1814, Lieutenant Thomas Skottowe. Skottowe was interested in natural history and commissioned Browne to create drawings of his collections to illustrate a manuscript entitled, Select Specimens From Nature of the / Birds Animals &c &c of New South Wales, Collected and Arranged by Thomas Skottowe Esqr. The Drawings By T.R. Browne. N.S.W. Newcastle New South Wales 1813.

29296 Burke Patrick Providence 1811 1834 19 July Maitland SG
Obtained Ticket of Leave

31686 Burke Patrick Providence 1811 1828 Bengalla, Newcastle 1828 Census
Labourer. Assigned to Captain Wright

34273 Burke Patrick Providence 1811 1820 14 August Newcastle CSI
On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per Elizabeth Henrietta

62378 Burke Patrick Providence 1811 1821 7 April Sydney SG
Sentenced to 25 lashes and 2 yrs at Newcastle settlement for absconding from prisoners barracks and absenting himself from public labour

84949 Burke Patrick Providence 1811 1845 Singleton CDR
Died about 2 yrs previously

161713 Burke Patrick Providence 1811 1814 Parramatta 1814 Muster. p59.
Assigned to John Smith. Off the stores.

175170 Burke Patrick Providence 1811 1811 - State Archives NSW. Convict Indents. microfiche 633
Tried Co. Galway in 1810 and sentenced to transportation for life. Died in the service of Mr Glennie of Hunters River

63372 Burke Patrick (Constable) Providence 1811 1826 14 June Wallis Plains SG
Appointed constable in place of Constable Russel who was dismissed

36266 Chartres George Providence 1811 1813 27 February Newcastle CSI
On list of prisoners sent to Newcastle. Arrived as convict per "Providence", 1811 and received a ticket of leave on arrival; he was Clerk to D'Arcy Wentworth from 1811 to 1817; he practised as an attorney from September 1812; his ticket of leave was revoked on 27 February 1813 and restored in December 1813; he received a conditional pardon on 13 June 1814 and resumed his legal practice together with mercantile dealings and keeping a public house; he was admitted to act in the civil court on 4 July 1814; he received an absolute pardon on 1 January 1816; and returned to England in 1817

36267 Chartres George Providence 1811 1816 1 January Newcastle CSI
Absolute Pardon. Returned to England 1817

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