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Item:160689
Surname:Comerford
First Name:Henry
Ship:-
Date:29 July 1822
Place:Church of England, Newcastle
Source:Church of England Marriage Register Book 1818 - 1825. University of Newcastle
Details:No. 23. Marriage of John Kelly to Mary Storer, both of Newcastle. Witnesses Henry Comerford and Ann Housely. Minister Rev. G.A. Middleton
Item:182394
Surname:Comerford
First Name:Henry
Ship:-
Date:20 February 1827
Place:Newcastle
Source:NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details:Henry Comerford, free by servitude, for drunkenness and disorderly conduct in court fined one dollar
Item:36818
Surname:Comerford
First Name:Henry
Ship:Bencoolen 1819
Date:1821 12 September
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per Elizabeth Henrietta
Item:36819
Surname:Comerford
First Name:Henry
Ship:Bencoolen 1819
Date:1823 11 January
Place:Hunter river
Source:CSI
Details:Principal overseer at limeburner's station. Petition for mitigation of sentence
Item:36820
Surname:Comerford
First Name:Henry
Ship:Bencoolen 1819
Date:-
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Clerk at Newcastle
Item:163130
Surname:Comerford
First Name:Henry
Ship:Bencoolen 1819
Date:1823/24/25
Place:near Newcastle
Source:General Muster of New South Wales 1823, 1824, 1825
Details:Free by servitude. Employed by Thomas Boardman
Item:163219
Surname:Comerford
First Name:Henry
Ship:Bencoolen 1819
Date:1819
Place:-
Source:Surgeon's Journal. National Archives
Details:Age 26. Tried October 1818 in Dublin and sentenced to 7 years transportation for felony of a coat
Item:166981
Surname:Comerford
First Name:Henry
Ship:Bencoolen 1819
Date:19 August 1819
Place:Ireland
Source:Chief Secretary's Office Registered Papers, National Archives, Ireland
Details:Also letter from Henry Comerford, convict, recently a prisoner in a Dublin jail, now onboard the ship 'Bencoolen', at Cobh, Cork, to Robert White, high sheriff of city of Dublin, requesting that he forward the enclosed letter to Charles Grant, Chief Secretary. Enclosed letter of Comerford, to Earl Talbot, Lord Lieutenant, Dublin Castle, refers to prison abuses, and presents a detailed picture of the situation he witnessed as a prisoner in one particular Dublin prison, warning that 'it is too much the Interest of every Person connected with its management to keep you from the real state of things least [sic] they might lose their valuable Employments',
Item:63406
Surname:Comerford (Cumerford)
First Name:Henry
Ship:Bencoolen 1819
Date:1826 6 December
Place:Patterson's Plains
Source:SG
Details:Free. Appointed to Clerk to Bench of Magistrates in room of Jones who was dismissed
Item:117780
Surname:Cornerford (Comerford)
First Name:Henry
Ship:Bencoolen 1819
Date:1819 14 April
Place:On board the 'Bencoolen'
Source:The National Archives Catalogue. Medical Journal of the 'Bencoolen'
Details:Henry Cornerford and George Murphy to assist in the sick bay
Item:117782
Surname:Cornerford (Comerford)
First Name:Henry
Ship:Bencoolen 1819
Date:1819 30 April
Place:On board the Bencoolen
Source:The National Archives Catalogue. Medical Journal of the 'Bencoolen'
Details:Appointed to read divine service to protestant prisoners each Sunday and occasionally during the week

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