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Item: 61893
Surname: Beattie
First Name: Francis
Ship: Indian 1810
Date: 1809 23 March
Place: -
Source: CI
Details: Sentenced to 14 yrs transportation at Lancaster


 
Item: 166955
Surname: Beattie
First Name: Francis
Ship: Indian 1810
Date: -
Place: Perseus Hulk
Source: Uk Prison Hulks
Details: Francis Beattie, Charles Booth, John Barker and John Dewhurst sentenced to 14 years transportation for forging notes. Tried Lancaster 23 March 1809. Sent to the Persueus hulk from Lancaster Castle on 23 May 1809 and transferred to the Indian convict ship which departed England on 18 July 1810


 
Item: 132239
Surname: Beattie
First Name: Francis
Ship: William Rodger 1838
Date: -
Place: Patrick Plains
Source: Singleton Pioneer Register p.13
Details: Born 1797 in Dumfries, Scotland, son of James Beattie and Jeanette Haugh. Spouse Jane Milligan. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants


 
Item: 160652
Surname: Beattie
First Name: Francis and Mary
Ship: -
Date: 1822 18 February
Place: Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle
Source: Church of England Marriage Register Book 1818 - 1825. University of Newcastle
Details: No. 16. Marriage of John Reynolds to Martha Mitchell, both of Patterson's Plains. Witnesses Francis Beattie and Mary Beattie. Minister Rev. G.A. Middleton


 
Item: 181146
Surname: Beattie
First Name: Francis and Mary
Ship: -
Date: 2 April 1825
Place: Newcastle
Source: NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
Details: William Tinkler, in the service of Francis Beattie charged with obtaining goods on false pretences. Mrs. Mary Beattie states....The prisoner has been several months in my service, and I have frequently detected him in petty thefts. On Monday last he absented himself from my service; the following day I was informed by Mr. Gill that Tinkler had obtained from him in my name about 20lb of flour. Sergeant Evans also let him have a pound of tea, and Mr. Pugh also the proceeding week let him have a pound of tea. I did not authorize Tinkler to receive those articles and I believe he has converted them for his own use. They were not brought to my house to my knowledge. Mr. Thomas Gill states...The beginning of this week the Prisoner came to me in his mistresses name and asked to be let some flour. I gave him about 20lb. Sergeant Evans of the Buffs states....On Monday on Tuesday last the prisoner came to my quarters and told me Mrs. Beattie had sent him to me for a pound of tea on her account which I gave him. Mr. John Pugh, dealer, states....In the course of last week the prisoner came to me for a pound of tea as he said on account of Mrs. Beattie, he said his mistress would settle for it and he took it away. Prisoner makes no defence. Sentenced to two years to Port Macquarie


 
Item: 139841
Surname: Beattie
First Name: Francis Whire
Ship: -
Date: 1865 11 March
Place: Ellalong
Source: MM
Details: Death on 1st March 1865, at his son-in-law's residence (T. Cahan's, Ellalong) Francis Whire Beattie, after a long and painful illness. Died age 77 years



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