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Item: 167351
Surname: De Santo
First Name: Fortesto
Ship: -
Date: 16 July 1814
Place: ?Sydney
Source: SG
Details: Escaped in a boat - Antonio Martinio, Fortesto De Santo, Patrick McCabe, Visanso Bouchette, Antonio Janio, Montrose Johnson, William Green, and John Faulkner a free man, who aided and assisted the said persons in making their escape and also accompanied them


 
Item: 38361
Surname: De Santo
First Name: Fortesto
Ship: Guildford 1812
Date: 1815 10 February
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle


 
Item: 38362
Surname: De Santo
First Name: Fortesto
Ship: Guildford 1812
Date: 1822 18 June
Place: Port Stephens
Source: CSI
Details: Simeon Lord of Sydney permitted to employ for the procurement of a cargo of timber


 
Item: 167352
Surname: De Santo
First Name: Fortisco
Ship: -
Date: 18 March 1820
Place: Newcastle
Source: SG
Details: Fortisco de Santo paid 40 pounds for building a vessel at Newcastle for government use


 
Item: 169332
Surname: De Santo (boat builder)
First Name: Fortesto
Ship: Guildford 1812
Date: 6th August 1818
Place: Newcastle
Source: Lachlan and Elizabeth Macquarie Archives
Details: Governor Macquarie's visit to Newcastle......Thursday 6. Augt. ! Bespoke a vessel to be built of 60 or 70 Tons Wm. Santos has promised to launch in 8 mos......http://www.lib.mq.edu.au/digital/lema/1818/1818aug.html {Source Macquarie, Lachlan. Tour to and from Newcastle. 27 July 1818 - 9 August 1818. Original held in the Mitchell Library, Sydney. ML Ref: A781 15-35 pp. [Microfilm Reel CY303 Frames #141-161].}


 
Item: 168700
Surname: Santo
First Name: Fortesado
Ship: Guildford 1812
Date: 27 March 1811
Place: Woolwich
Source: UK Prison Hulk Registers (Ancestry)
Details: Age 33. Convicted of felony in London 5th December 1810. Sentenced to 7 years transportation. Admitted to the Retribution Hulk on 27 March 1811. Transferred to the convict ship Guildford for transportation to NSW on 14 August 1811


 
Item: 168697
Surname: Santo
First Name: Zoortestoodo (Fortesto)
Ship: Guildford 1812
Date: 5th December 1810
Place: London
Source: The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
Details: ZOORTESTOODO SANTO and FRANCISCO PERARA were indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 17th of November , a watch, value 2 l. 2 s. the property of George Morris , privately in his shop Perara's Defence. I never was in the shop, I bought the watch of another seaman. Santo's Defence. Perara desired me to go along with him to buy a watch, I did not know that he had stolen a watch nor what his intention was. SANTO, GUILTY, aged 33. PERARA, GUILTY, aged 20. Of stealing, but not privately . Transported for Seven Years ..



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