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Item: 63450
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 1825 6 January
Place: -
Source: The Australian
Details: The Ann and Amelia arrived on Sunday after noon 2nd January under Captain W. Ascough having departed from Cork on 8th August 1824 Captains. Turton & Morre Pele of 40th Regiment came passengers


 
Item: 128154
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 1825 6 January
Place: Sydney
Source: SG
Details: On 5th January the male prisoners of the Ann and Amelia were landed. Between 9 and 10 they underwent the customary inspection by His Excellency Sir Thomas Brisbane, and had no complaints to prefer. They were afterwards drafted to their various destinations. These men appeared in excellent health


 
Item: 194888
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 3 January 1825
Place: Sydney Cove
Source: Convict Indents. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4009A]; Microfiche: 654
Details: Muster of 200 male convicts arrived in Sydney Cove on Sunday 2 January on board the transport ship Ann and Amelia, Ascough, masster, held on board the said ship on Monday 3 of January by Command of His Excellency, by Frederick Goulburn, Colonial Secretary


 
Item: 178493
Surname: Bartar
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 1825
Place: -
Source: Convict indents. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 1156; Item: [X30]
Details: Age 16. Tried Cork city Spring Assizes 1824.. Sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing 5 pounds.


 
Item: 194889
Surname: Barter
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 3 January 1825
Place: Sydney Cove
Source: Convict Indents. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4009A]; Microfiche: 654
Details: Joseph Barter age 16, brass founder from Cork City. Tried 3 April 1824. Sentenced to 7 years transportation. Behaved well on the voyage. Sent to Carters Barracks on arrival


 
Item: 178492
Surname: Barter (Bailer)
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 23 May 1837
Place: Newcastle gaol
Source: Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 136
Details: Brassfounder from Cork. Admitted to Newcastle gaol. Sent to Hyde Park Barracks to be identified


 
Item: 32414
Surname: Brady
First Name: James
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 1825 26 August
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: Convict servant of George Adair. To be victualled from the store at Newcastle for 6mths


 
Item: 176774
Surname: Brady
First Name: James
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 8 January 1827
Place: Sydney Gaol
Source: Sydney Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 851 Ancestry
Details: Sent to Sydney gaol by Magistrate Francis Alman per the Bench at Wallis Plains. Under sentence to an iron gang from 22 December 1826 for 3 years for conviction of using threatnening and abusive language towards his overseer and disorderly conduct


 
Item: 194891
Surname: Brady
First Name: James
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 3 January 1825
Place: Sydney Cove
Source: Convict Indents. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4009A]; Microfiche: 654
Details: James Brady age 26. Occupation clerk. Native place Co. Clare. Tried at Ennis 8 March 1824. Sentenced to transportation for life. Well behaved on the voyage out. Assigned to Bathurst district on arrival


 
Item: 53766
Surname: Brady
First Name: Patrick
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 1840 December
Place: Newport
Source: An Organised Banditti, p.118
Details: Hut destroyed by bushrangers


 
Item: 53767
Surname: Brady
First Name: Patrick
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 3 March 1841
Place: -
Source: State Records of NSW. Convict Records
Details: Granted a Conditional Pardon. 1841.


 
Item: 112916
Surname: Brady
First Name: Patrick
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 3 January 1825
Place: Sydney Cove
Source: Convict Indents. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4009A]; Microfiche: 654
Details: Patrick Brady age 27. Ploughs and shears. Native place Co. Meath. Tried in Dublin 19 February 1824. Sentenced to transportation for life. Well behaved on the voyage out. Assigned to Mr. Riley on arrival


 
Item: 194890
Surname: Broughan
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 3 January 1825
Place: Sydney Cove
Source: Convict Indents. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4009A]; Microfiche: 654
Details: Thomas Broughan age 17. Ploughman from Kildare. Tried Phillips Town March 1824. Sentenced to 7 years transportation. Well behaved on the voyage out. Assigned to Mr. Cobb on arrival


 
Item: 32370
Surname: Broughan (Bohan)
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 1st to 31st August 1825
Place: Newcastle
Source: Colonial Secretary Papers. Monthly Return of Corporal Punishments
Details: Assigned to Government. Sentenced to 50 lashes for absconding


 
Item: 181916
Surname: Burns
First Name: John
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 12 June 1826
Place: Newcastle
Source: NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details: John Burns, in government service, charged with entering a hut in the day time intending to commit a robbery. Patrick Hannan, states I a government night watchman. In the day time I stop at a hut belonging to Daniel Tyndal, a free man. His hut has been frequently robbed within these few months of trifling articles. On Friday last, I was lying in the loft on my bed, Tyndal had gone out and had locked the door outside. It was in the afternoon. I heard som person at the door apparently wrenching the lock and after a pause Burns entered and laid the lock on the table. I then asked him what he wanted there - he replied - he had brought a lock which he had found lying at the door. ......The prisoner states - I wanted to see a stockman who usually stops at Tyndalls hut. I went there and found the padlock lying on the ground before the door. I took it into the house and Hannan detained me. John Burns sentenced to six months in the gaol gang (NB. There was no prisoner by the name of John Burns on the Ann and Amelia. There was a Jeremiah Burnes; a Darby Byrnes and a Patric Byrnes who all arrived on the Ann and Amelia)


 
Item: 181925
Surname: Burns
First Name: John
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 21 June 1826
Place: Newcastle
Source: NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details: John Burns per ship Ann and Amelia, serving in the gaol gang, charged with having a cheese in his possession dishonestly obtained. Corporal Lane (Buffs), states - On the 19th June I was standing on the wharf, I saw the prisoner coming from where some packages stood. He had a cheese in his possession which induced me to detain him. I examined the packages amongst them there was a cask containing cheese, the head of the cask was loose. The prisoner states - the cask fell on its bilge and the cheese rolled out. I picked it up being very hungry. Sentenced to 50 lashes


 
Item: 194893
Surname: Byrne
First Name: Darby
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 3 January 1825
Place: Sydney cove
Source: Convict Indents. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4009A]; Microfiche: 654
Details: Darby Burne age 28. Ploughman from Limerick. Tried at Limerick 17 March 1824. Sentenced to transportation for life. Assigned to Mr. Browne on arrival


 
Item: 194892
Surname: Byrne
First Name: James
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 3 January 1825
Place: Sydney Cove
Source: Convict Indents. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4009A]; Microfiche: 654
Details: James Byrne age 18. Carter from Westmeath. Tried in Dublin 9 February 1824. Sentenced to 7 years transportation. Well behaved on the voyage out. Assigned to Mr. Harris on arrival


 
Item: 31708
Surname: Byrne
First Name: Patrick
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 1828
Place: Newcastle
Source: 1828 Census
Details: Hospital


 
Item: 100721
Surname: Byrne
First Name: Patrick
Ship: Ann and Amelia 1825
Date: 1825 14 February
Place: -
Source: CSI
Details: Convict servant of Francis Shortt. To be victualled from the Stores for six months



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