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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
61527 Tremby (Trimby) James - 1818 20 June - SG
 
Sentenced to 14 years at Newcastle for receiving stolen sheep



61526 Tremby (Trimby) Joseph junior - 1818 20 June - SG
 
Sentenced to 14 years at Newcastle for receiving stolen sheep



61525 Tremby (Trimby) Joseph senior - 1818 20 June - SG
 
Sentenced to 14 years at Newcastle for receiving stolen sheep



104329 Trimbey (Trimby Joseph Friendship 1788 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
Born 1756 Hampshire. Spouse Elizabeth Siene. For information about descendants see Pioneer Register Entry No. 1494



104330 Trimbey (Trimby) Joseph - - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
Born 1795 Norfolk Island. Spouse Hannah Trueman. For information about descendants see Pioneer Register Entry No. 1495



71196 Trimby - - 1819 Oct - Dec Newcastle Convict Settlement
 
Shingler employed at Newcastle settlement with Hall & Davis



183460 Trimby - - 30 May 1818 Sydney Sydney Gazette
 
Four prisoners are arrived by the Elizabeth Henrietta for trial on a charge of sheep stealing a species of crime which is carried on at the Southern Settlements to a most ruinous extent. The names of three are Trimby (the father and his two sons) that of the fourth is Connor Shahan. The prosecutor who is also arrived as one of the witnesses for the prosecution, is Mr. Gibson of Launceston, whose losses have been heretofore considerable exceeding 200 sheep



49045 Trimby Hannah - 1845 13 May East Maitland BR
 
Buried in Glebe Cemetery



166080 Trimby Hannah - 15 May 1845 Maitland Registers of Coroners' Inquests and Magisterial Inquiries (Ancestry)
 
Accidentally killed. Intoxicated



49046 Trimby James - 1827 10 March East Maitland BR
 
Buried in Glebe Cemetery



49047 Trimby James - 1828 10 March East Maitland BR
 
Buried in Glebe Cemetery



63366 Trimby James - 1826 24 May Newcastle SG
 
Born in the colony. Obtained Ticket of Leave for district of Newcastle



183461 Trimby James - 9 January 1819 Hobart The Hobart Town Gazette
 
W. Knight, for apprehending James Trimby, a runaway



173693 Trimby James Friendship 1788 January 1825 Newcastle Colonial Secretarys Papers. Main series of letters received (Ancestry)
 
Application by Henry Gillman, the Commandant at Newcastle soliciting indulgences from His Excellency the Governor for prisoners he considered worthy... James Trimby aged 76 years came to the colony as a prisoner for 7 years, settled at Norfolk Island and from thence removed to Port Dalrymple where he has a farm and property. His son (Joseph Trimby) born at Norfolk Island both convicted by a criminal court in June 1818 and transported to Newcastle for 14 years. Have always been in government service. Another son still at Newcastle transported at the same time. Well Behaved



49048 Trimby Joseph - 1836 25 June East Maitland BR
 
Buried in Glebe Cemetery



155608 Trimby Joseph - 1831 26 September Maitland Australian Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records
 
Marriage of Joseph Trimby (b 1795) and Hannah Trueman (b. 1794)



170417 Trimby Joseph - 1825 Newcastle Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 20
 
Born in the colony. Sent to Newcastle



183462 Trimby Joseph - 5 July 1841 Maitland Sydney Herald
 
To let - within two miles of Maitland, a sixty acre farm lately occupied by Joseph Trimby



77680 Trimby Joseph Friendship 1788 1818 30 June Newcastle CSI
 
On return of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle



170416 Trimby Joseph Friendship 1788 1825 Newcastle Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 20
 
Labourer employed at Newcastle




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