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Item: 32907
Surname: Brash
First Name: William
Ship: Mariner 1816
Date: 1818 2 September
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: One of a group of prisoners who piratically stole two boats while the Governor was visiting Newcastle. T o be transported to Newcastle


 
Item: 167005
Surname: Brash
First Name: William
Ship: Mariner 1816
Date: 17 August 1818
Place: -
Source: Colonial Secretary's Correspondence
Details: One of eleven men who piratically carried off two boats. Sentenced to two years in double irons to hard labour at the lime kilns at Newcastle


 
Item: 167013
Surname: Brash
First Name: William
Ship: Mariner 1816
Date: 1816
Place: -
Source: Convict Indents (Ancestry)
Details: Native Place Glasgow. Tried 30 September 1815 and sentenced to 14 years transportation. Shoemaker. Age 21.


 
Item: 167016
Surname: Brash
First Name: William
Ship: Mariner 1816
Date: 1816
Place: -
Source: UK Prison Hulk Registers
Details: Age 20. Tried at Glasgow Assizes 30 September 1815 and sentenced to transportation for 14 years for robbery. Received on to the Justitia hulk on 13th December 1815 and transferred to the convict ship Mariner for transportation to New South Wales on 6th May 1816


 
Item: 167019
Surname: Brash
First Name: William
Ship: Mariner 1816
Date: 13 November 1829
Place: -
Source: Certificates of Freedom (Ancestry)
Details: Born 1795. 5ft 8 1/4 in, ruddy complexion, brown and thin hair, blue eyes. Scar of left cheek bone. Was transported to Moreton Bay by the Sydney Bench for the remainder of his original sentence for attempting to escape from the colony. Granted Certificate of Freedom 1829


 
Item: 167020
Surname: Brash
First Name: William
Ship: Mariner 1816
Date: -
Place: Sydney
Source: Gaol Description and Entrance Books
Details: Ordered to be detained in H.M. Gaol until His Excellency's pleasure is known. Sent to Moreton Bay on the Amity on 6th March 1826



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