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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
167351 De Santo Fortesto - 16 July 1814 ?Sydney SG
 
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



38361 De Santo Fortesto Guildford 1812 1815 10 February Newcastle CSI
 
On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle



38362 De Santo Fortesto Guildford 1812 1822 18 June Port Stephens CSI
 
Simeon Lord of Sydney permitted to employ for the procurement of a cargo of timber



167352 De Santo Fortisco - 18 March 1820 Newcastle SG
 
Fortisco de Santo paid 40 pounds for building a vessel at Newcastle for government use



169332 De Santo (boat builder) Fortesto Guildford 1812 6th August 1818 Newcastle Lachlan and Elizabeth Macquarie Archives
 
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].}



168700 Santo Fortesado Guildford 1812 27 March 1811 Woolwich UK Prison Hulk Registers (Ancestry)
 
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



168697 Santo Zoortestoodo (Fortesto) Guildford 1812 5th December 1810 London The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
 
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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