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Item: 169478
Surname: Wheelhouse
First Name: Wilson
Ship: Midas 1827
Date: 1827
Place: -
Source: State Archives NSW Bound Indents. Microfiche 664
Details: Age 18. Whitesmith from Leeds. Tried 9 January 1826 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing a hat. Assigned to John McIntyre at Paterson Plains on arrival.


 
Item: 131231
Surname: Wilbee
First Name: Cornelius
Ship: Midas 1827
Date: 1833 23 May
Place: -
Source: SG
Details: Granted Certificate Freedom


 
Item: 14944
Surname: Wilbee (Willbee)
First Name: Cornelious
Ship: Midas 1827
Date: 1832 27 September
Place: Upper Hunter
Source: SG
Details: Boot and shoemaker assigned to W.H. Warland


 
Item: 131220
Surname: Wilbee (Willbee)
First Name: Cornelius
Ship: Midas 1827
Date: 1833 27 May
Place: -
Source: SH
Details: Granted Certificate of Freedom


 
Item: 131230
Surname: Wilbee (Willbee) ( or Webber)
First Name: Cornelius
Ship: Midas 1827
Date: 1828 14 July
Place: ?
Source: SG
Details: Shoemaker age 24 from Northampton, 5ft 2 in, light brown eyes, light brown hair, sallow complexion. Absconded from Col Stewart's Farm, (probably with John Whitehead)


 
Item: 131219
Surname: Wilby (Wilbee)
First Name: Cornelius
Ship: Midas 1827
Date: 1828
Place: Moreton Bay
Source: 1828 Census
Details: Assigned to Moreton Bay


 
Item: 182870
Surname: Wilby (Wilbee)
First Name: Cornelius
Ship: Midas 1827
Date: 10 April 1833
Place: Invermein
Source: Invermein Court of Petty Sessions. Deposition Books 1833 -1834 (Ancestry)
Details: Cornelius Wilby per ship Midas, assigned to W.H. Warland, charged with being at large. Thomas Dunn, constable and lockup keeper states - The prisoner came to me this morning and I asked him who he belonged to he said he once was Mr. Warland s servant but that he is now free but having no certificate I brought him before the Bench. The prisoner states in his defence that he reported himself to this Bench in January last as being free in March last, and that he came down to ascertain if his certificate had arrived. The prisoner refusing to return to Mr. Warland until we could get an answer from Sydney, the Bench direct that he shall be detained and an application be sent to the Principal Supt. of Convicts forthwith


 
Item: 14853
Surname: Wood
First Name: John
Ship: Midas 1827
Date: 1831 19 July
Place: Patrick Plains
Source: SG
Details: Obtained Ticket of Leave


 
Item: 169476
Surname: Wood
First Name: John
Ship: Midas 1827
Date: 1827
Place: -
Source: State Archives NSW Bound Indents. Microfiche 663
Details: Age 39. Farmer's labourer. Tried in Manchester 16 January 1826 and sentenced to transportation for 7 years for warehouse breaking. Assigned to William Bell at Hunter's River on arrival


 
Item: 19646
Surname: Wray
First Name: John William
Ship: Midas 1827
Date: 1832 23 August
Place: Luskintyre
Source: SG
Details: Gentleman's servant. Assigned to Rev. William Pinkerton


 
Item: 178569
Surname: Wray (Rae)
First Name: John
Ship: Midas 1827
Date: 1827
Place: -
Source: Convict Indents.State Archives. Microfiche 664
Details: Age 28. General servant from Co. Down. Tried in Manchester 16 January 1826 and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing goods. Assigned to Henry Coulson in Sydney on arrival



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