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Item: 48104
Surname: Fannan ?(Fanning)
First Name: Patrick
Ship: Mangles 1826
Date: 1828
Place: Newcastle
Source: 1828 Census
Details: Barracks


 
Item: 41074
Surname: Fanning
First Name: Patrick
Ship: Recovery 1823
Date: 1823 1 October
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: Convict servant of Lieutenant James Reid. To be victualled from the Stores for 6mths


 
Item: 88769
Surname: Fanning
First Name: Patrick
Ship: Recovery 1823
Date: c. 1835
Place: Not recorded
Source: Convict Death Register
Details: Remarks - Dead


 
Item: 177818
Surname: Fanning
First Name: Patrick
Ship: Recovery 1823
Date: 1825
Place: Sydney
Source: 1825 Muster
Details: Assigned to government employment at Sydney


 
Item: 177819
Surname: Fanning
First Name: Patrick
Ship: Recovery 1823
Date: 5 October 1827
Place: Sydney
Source: Ticket of Leave Butts
Details: Native Place Co. Monaghan. Trade reaper. Tried County Cavan 13 March 1822. Sentence 7 years. 5 ft 11in. Granted ticket of leave for the district of Sydney


 
Item: 177820
Surname: Fanning
First Name: Patrick
Ship: Recovery 1823
Date: 1823
Place: -
Source: Colonial Secretary s Correspondence Fiche 3231; 4/1869 p.61
Details: Petition to live with his wife- Petitioner was charged with breaking open a box in a public house while there drinking and for which he received sentence of transportation for seven years along with his wife Elizabeth Fanning alias Duffy who also shares the same fate with him, she having left the Cove of Cork in the Woodman in January last. Petitioner hoping for His Excellency s permission to permit them to live together and with greatest respect refers him to surgeon superintendent Peter Cunningham who would vouch for him



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