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174842 MacGee (Mcgee) Elizabeth Kains 1831 1831 - State Archives NSW. Convict Indents. Microfiche 678
Age 17. Native place Manchester. Occupation all work. Tried at Manchester 26 April 1830 and sentenced to 14 years transportation for stealing money. One prior conviction of 3 months..Assigned to W.H. Kerr on arrival

166048 McGee Elizabeth - 9 September 1844 Newcastle Registers of Coroners' Inquests and Magisterial Inquiries (Ancestry)
Bond. Died of natural causes

107500 McGee Elizabeth Kains 1831 1844 10 September Newcastle jail hospital Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Burials p14
Assigned to Frederick Bedwell. Died aged 31. Burial date

125589 McGee Elizabeth Kains 1831 1844 26 July Paterson GG
Occupation: allwork. Age 30 from Manchester. 4' 11 3/4"; ruddy freckled complexion, brown hair, hazel eyes, JW on upper right arm. Absconded from Lieut. Bedwell since 11th July

125590 McGee Elizabeth Kains 1831 1837 Bathurst GRC
Age 20. Assigned to the Factory at Bathurst

165353 McGee Elizabeth Kains 1831 5 October 1844 Paterson Application to Marry
George Berry age 26 arrived per Norfolk, granted permission on 5th October 1844, to marry Elizabeth McGee, however Elizabeth died in Newcastle gaol on 9 September 1844

174841 McGee Elizabeth Kains 1831 7 September 1844 Newcastle gaol State Archives NSW; Gaol Entrance Book, Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757 (Ancestry)
Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Paterson. Charged with absenting herself at night without permission. To be confined in the female factory at Parramatta one week and returned to government

180037 McGee Elizabeth Kains 1831 9 September 1844 Newcastle Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions Letter Book
Correspondence by Magistrate Captain Crummer to the Attorney General re Elizabeth McGee who died in Newcastle hospital. Particular attention to be given to the evidence of George Brooks, Colonial Surgeon and a request for a searching enquiry into the reasons for the hasty and improper removal of the unfortunate and unprotected woman to Newcatsle gaol in her exhausted state of health which led to her demise