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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
119410 Makin Archibald Exmouth 1831 1839 14 August Patrick Plains GG
 
Granted Ticket of Leave



122358 Makin Archibald Exmouth 1831 1842 23 September Maitland GG
 
Convicted of uttering a forged order. Ticket of Leave cancelled. Belongings to be auctioned - crockery, spoons, cross cut saw, handsaw, casks, keg, bullock chain, cart saddle, plough, iron pots, tea pot, fryingpans etc etc



164422 Makin Archibald Exmouth 1831 28 July 1831 Sydney AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 697
 
Age 18. Reads. Shoemaker from Salisbury. Tried Lancaster Quarter Sessions 26 April 1830 and sentenced to transportation for life for stealing combs. 5ft 2in, dark freckled pockpitted complexion. black hair. Diagonal scar back of left hand



164755 Makin Archibald Exmouth 1831 2 March 1840 Patrick Plains Application to Marry
 
Archibald Makin age 27 arrived per 'Exmouth', application to marry Sophia Stevenson age 27 (free emigrant)



164757 Makin Archibald Exmouth 1831 2 June 1830 Euryalis Hulk UK Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books. Ancestry
 
Archibald Makin age 15 convicted at Salford on 26 April 1830 of stealing 5 combs and sentenced to transportation for life. Admitted to the Euryalus hulk on 2 June 1830 and transferred to the convict ship 'Exmouth' for transportation to NSW.......Had been convicted in October 1825, January 1828 and May 1829 and 4 times in prison for attempting to convict felonies. Connexions and former course of life bad. Behaved well in gaol



13408 McCosker Hugh Exmouth 1831 1844 2 November Dungog MM
 
Ticket of leave cancelled for being absent from district under suspicious circumstances



109640 McCosker Hugh Exmouth 1831 1842 25 January Port Stephens SG
 
Granted Ticket of Leave



125574 McCosker Hugh Exmouth 1831 1844 16 August Dungog GG
 
Ticket of leave holder for the district of Dungog. Illegally at large and charged with being an accessory to a robbery. Bleacher and carter aged 31 from Inverness. 5' 3 1/2", ruddy fair complexion, freckled and pockpitted comple., light brown hair, hazel eyes



177892 McCosker Hugh Exmouth 1831 1831 - AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 697
 
Age 18. Bleacher and carter from Inverness. Tried in Glasgow 7 September 1830 and sentenced to 14 years transportation for street robbery. Assigned to Andrew Newton at Williams River on arrival



71070 McCoster (McCocker) Hugh Exmouth 1831 1837 Port Stephens GRC
 
Assigned to Australian Agricultural Company



177890 McLauchlan (McLoughlin) John Exmouth 1831 1831 - AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 697
 
Age 28. Native of Leitrim. Labourer on a steam engine. Married with 1 child. Tried at Aberdeen 14 September 1830 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for house breaking. Assigned to Lieut. Biddulph on the steam vessel (Sophie Jane) on arrival.



75616 McLaughlin (McLaughlan) John Exmouth 1831 1837 Paterson GRC
 
Assigned E. Biddulph. Aged 39



40911 McLoughlin John Exmouth 1831 1836 15 October Maitland SG
 
Obtained ticket of leave



101097 McLoughlin John Exmouth 1831 1836 19 November - SG
 
Ticket of leave cancelled for making away with his master's property, absenting himself and insolence



177889 Mead William Exmouth 1831 1831 - AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 697
 
Age 52. Shepherd and farmer from Yorkshire. Tried at York on 24 July 1830 and sentenced to transportation for life for buying stolen cattle. Assigned to Captain Pike at Pickering on arrival.



128538 Meade William Exmouth 1831 1831 27 November Pickering CDR
 
Died age 53. Remarks - Captain Pike



127824 Miller Thomas Exmouth 1831 1836-37 Invermein GRC
 
Age 33. Assigned to H.C. Sempill



164426 Miller Thomas Exmouth 1831 28 July 1831 Sydney AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 697
 
Age 29. Stableman from Preston. Tried at Lancaster Quarter Sessions 20 October 1831 and sentenced to transportation for 14 years transportation for stealing clothes. Sallow complexion. Small scar outside right arm



37342 Murrell Thomas Exmouth 1831 1847 29 December Newcastle MM
 
Obtained Ticket of Leave



164416 Murrell Thomas Exmouth 1831 28 July 1831 Sydney AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 697
 
Age 21. Reads and writes. Indoor servant from Tenterden. Tried 31st July 1830 and sentenced to transportation for life for house breaking. 5ft 6 1/2in, ruddy complexion, light grey hair. Scar across under part of chin. Cousin to William Levitt alias Murrell who arrived on the Exmouth




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