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Item: 176610
Surname: Hare
First Name: Samuel
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823
Date: 1824
Place: Newcastle district
Source: Newcastle (Hunter River) Population Book, 1824 - Ancestry
Details: Born c. 1784. Assigned to Mr. John Cobb


 
Item: 170824
Surname: Hare
First Name: Samuel
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823....
Date: 20 March 1841
Place: Newcastle gaol
Source: Gaol Entrance Books. State Archives NSW; Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757 Ancestry
Details: Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Sydney. To be sent to the probabationary gang. No crime stated


 
Item: 55751
Surname: Hare
First Name: Samuel
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823.....
Date: 1828
Place: Newcastle
Source: 1828 Census
Details: Barracks


 
Item: 113273
Surname: Hare
First Name: Samuel
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823.....
Date: 1841 19 October
Place: Maitland
Source: SG
Details: Granted Ticket of Leave


 
Item: 167989
Surname: Hare
First Name: Samuel
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823.....
Date: April 1824
Place: Wallis Plains
Source: State Records NSW. Colonial Secretary's Correpondence. Special Bundles, 1794-1825. Series 898
Details: Assigned to Mr. T. Winder. Sentenced by Magistrates Henry Gillman and E.C. Close to 50 lashes for absenting himself from his master's farm without a pass and for general insubordinate and mutinous conduct


 
Item: 170822
Surname: Hares
First Name: Samuel
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823.....
Date: 1825
Place: Newcastle
Source: Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 19
Details: Assigned servant to Frederick Dixon at Newcastle


 
Item: 55731
Surname: Harper
First Name: George
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823
Date: 1828
Place: Wallis Plains
Source: 1828 Census
Details: Aged 24. Labourer employed by George Mitchell


 
Item: 170818
Surname: Harper
First Name: George
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823.....
Date: 1825
Place: Newcastle district
Source: Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 19
Details: Assigned servant to George Mitchell at Newcastle


 
Item: 170764
Surname: Hassett
First Name: John
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823
Date: 1825
Place: Newcastle
Source: Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 19
Details: Assigned servant to Mr. Webber in the district of Newcastle


 
Item: 166378
Surname: Hogan
First Name: James
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823
Date: 9 April 1835
Place: Newcastle
Source: Application to Marry
Details: James Hogan age 36 arrived per 'Earl St. Vincent', application to marry Susan Flynn age 14 arrived per 'Andromeda'


 
Item: 118911
Surname: Horan
First Name: Denis (Dennis)
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823
Date: 1827 10 December
Place: Paterson's Plains
Source: SG
Details: Granted Ticket of Leave


 
Item: 56680
Surname: Horan
First Name: Dennis
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823
Date: 1828
Place: Rosebrook
Source: 1828 Census
Details: Ticket of leave holder. Labourer employed by James Reid


 
Item: 56682
Surname: Horan
First Name: William
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823
Date: 1828
Place: Luskintyre
Source: 1828 Census
Details: Ticket of leave holder. Sawyer. Employed by Alexander McLeod


 
Item: 176608
Surname: Horan
First Name: William
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823
Date: 1824
Place: Newcastle district
Source: Newcastle (Hunter River) Population Book, 1824 - Ancestry
Details: Born c. 1798. Assigned to James Reid


 
Item: 62237
Surname: Horne (?Horan)
First Name: Denis
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823
Date: 1823 1 October
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: Convict servant of Lieutenant James Reid. To be victualled from the Stores at Newcastle for 6mths


 
Item: 62238
Surname: Horne (?Horan)
First Name: William
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823
Date: 1823 1 October
Place: -
Source: CSI
Details: Convict servant of Lieutenant James Reid. To be victualled from the Stores at Newcastle for 6mths


 
Item: 170638
Surname: Kearns
First Name: James
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823
Date: 1825
Place: Newcastle
Source: Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 19
Details: Born c. 1799. Assigned to John Pugh in the district of Newcastle


 
Item: 176668
Surname: Kearns
First Name: James
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823
Date: 1824
Place: Newcastle district
Source: Newcastle (Hunter River) Population Book, 1824 - Ancestry
Details: Born c. 1799. Assigned to Joseph Pennington


 
Item: 182134
Surname: Kearns
First Name: James
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823
Date: 2 -3 October 1826
Place: Newcastle
Source: NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details: James Kearns, per ship Earl St. Vincent, in government service, charged with theft...Mr. John Cheers states - a little after nine on Saturday night last, I missed a box of candles from my house, which I immediately reported to the Chief Constable. I saw a man resembling the prisoner on the following morning early at the Hill at the back of my house, he was looking about without any visible business. As soon as my household affairs would permit me I went on the hill; the man was gone, but I discovered marks of tallow on the sand. Mr. Muir, Chief Constable states - in consequence of Mr. Cheers having informed me of the robbery at his house on Saturday night, I directed the constables to be on the alert the next morning at day break and I gave them the names of several whom I suspected, the prisoner being one of them. He was the first they met in the morning. He crouched as he walked along and was dressed in an old dirty pair of trousers, no covering on his head, an old grey jacket, just as Mr. Cheers has described the man to have worn whom he had that morning seen on the hill at the back of his house. I accompanied Mr. Cheers to the hill and having searched about we came to a place where the sand appeared disturbed and several pieces of candles were scattered about. There was a naked footstep which I measured. A few yards from that spot with the assistance of a dog, we found the box of candles before the court, I then went in search of the prisoner. He was found dressed with clean trousers over those he had on in the morning. He had two waistcoats on and wore a hairy cap; on taking him to the watch house I examined his hands, between each of his fingers there was sand as if he had been digging with his hands. The length of his foot agrees exactly with the measure I had taken of that in the sand. The prisoner is not allowed to sleep out of barracks but on Saturday night he was absent and he told me he had slept on the hill. The prisoner in his defence states - I was drinking at Mr. Cheers Hill about 7 o clock on Saturday evening. I then went to my work at the mines, which having done, I returned and instead of going to barracks, I slept on the Hill. The clean clothes I had on I got from a fellow prisoner who was a stranger in the town to take care of - he gave them to me on Saturday evening when I immediately put them on. The sand got on my hands after I was in the watch house. When I was seen in the morning by the constables I had the same dress on as when Mr. Muir took me into custody. Remanded for another hearing.....The Bench are of opinion there is not sufficient evidence to convict the prisoner and he is discharged


 
Item: 182166
Surname: Kearns
First Name: James
Ship: Earl St. Vincent 1823
Date: 23 October 1826
Place: Newcastle
Source: NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details: Patrick Powers per ship Southworth and James Kearns per ship Earl St. Vincent, both in government service, charged with riotous conduct at the prisoners barracks. Constable Thomas Dwyer states - The watch man at the Gate of the Prisoners Barracks, called on me for assistance on Saturday evening. When I went into the barracks I found the prisoners fighting with each other. They continued to fight after I went in but with the assistance of the watch man I separated them and conveyed them to the watch house. Powers states - the quarrel arose about a piece of soap. Kearns states - I have nothing to say but that I was drunk. Sentence: Powers seven days solitary confinement. Kearns 10 days solitary confinement



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