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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
62051 Fitzwilliam John - 1819 3 April Launceston, Port Dalrymple SG
 
Sentenced to 14 yrs transportation to such part of the territory as the governor may think proper for burglariously breaking and entering the house of John Waddell



77305 Fitzwilliam John - 1808 19 June Newcastle SG
 
As ringleader of a group of convicts who absconded from Newcastle, sentenced to 250 lashes



41727 Fitzwilliam John Royal Admiral 1800 1809 2 April Coal River CSI
 
Had been returned from Coal River to Sydney 'he being a free man'



41728 Fitzwilliam John Royal Admiral 1800 1810 6 February Newcastle CSI
 
Suspected of theft and sent to Newcastle



41729 Fitzwilliam John Royal Admiral 1800 1811 22 January Newcastle CSI
 
To be sent to Sydney from Newcastle and not to return unless he committed a further misdemeanor



41730 Fitzwilliam John Royal Admiral 1800 1811 28 January Newcastle CSI
 
On detachment duty at Newcastle. Proceeding to Sydney on the'Lady Nelson'



41731 Fitzwilliam John Royal Admiral 1800 1811 29 October Newcastle CSI
 
Sent to Newcastle as a prisoner



41732 Fitzwilliam John Royal Admiral 1800 1st to 30 April 1812 Newcastle Colonial Secretary's Papers. Monthly Return of Corporal Punishments
 
Sentenced to 25 lashes for fraud



41733 Fitzwilliam John Royal Admiral 1800 1812 28 June Newcastle CSI
 
Runaway from Newcastle



41734 Fitzwilliam John Royal Admiral 1800 1812 17 July Newcastle CSI
 
Sent to Newcastle as a prisoner per 'Estramina' . Listed as Fanling



41735 Fitzwilliam John Royal Admiral 1800 1819 15 April Newcastle CSI
 
On list of prisoners sent to Newcastle per 'Elizabeth Henrietta'



41736 Fitzwilliam John Royal Admiral 1800 1820 April, May Newcastle CSI
 
On monthly return of prisoners punished at Newcastle



92201 Fitzwilliam John Royal Admiral 1800 20 February 1799 England The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
 
Age 22. Sentenced to transportation for 7 years for feloniously stealing, on the 27 January, a pair of linen sheets, value 3s, the property of John Elger. Witness at trial heard that Fitzwilliam had just returned from transportation when he committed this crime



166592 Fitzwilliam John Royal Admiral 1800 1st to 28th February 1823 Newcastle Colonial Secretary's Papers. Monthly return of Corporal Punishments
 
Sentenced to 25 lashes for neglect of government work



169405 Fitzwilliam John Royal Admiral 1800 19 June 1808 Newcastle SG
 
Five prisoners who had absconded from His Majesty's settlement at Hunter's River, but since apprehended, were yesterday brought before a Bench of Magistrates, all charged with having stolen provisions and other necessaries prior to their escape. The names of the above prisoners are Fitzwilliam, Fitzgerald, McMahon, McCardle, and Thompson. The above persons were sentenced as follows: John Fitzwilliam and Charles McMahon as ringleaders, to receive 250 lashes each; Fitzwilliam to be fined 6 months to commence when a fine under which he now labours shall expire; and the others 200 lashes each; the whole to be returned to Newcastle.



68681 Fitzwilliams John Royal Admiral 1800 1820 22 April Newcastle Convict Settlement
 
Punished for repeatedly refusing to do his govt. work



68685 Fitzwilliams John Royal Admiral 1800 1820 9 May Newcastle Convict Settlement
 
Punished for repeatedly refusing to do his govt. work and absenting himself from the overseer




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