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Item: 115767
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 1822 26 July
Place: Port Jackson
Source: SG
Details: Arrived from England 24th July with 189 male prisoners in good health. Capt. Reid. Departed England 4th April sailing three days prior to the Guildford and came direct. Guard consisted of a detachment of the 3rd regt., (Buffs) commanded by Ensign Carmac. Passengers Mr. Mudie, three Miss Mudies and Miss Scargill


 
Item: 20873
Surname: Abbott
First Name: Benjamin
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 1833 11 April
Place: Williams River
Source: SG
Details: Obtained Ticket of Leave


 
Item: 179291
Surname: Bagshaw
First Name: John
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 29 July 1822
Place: Liverpool
Source: CSI
Details: On list of convicts landed from the Asia and forwarded to Liverpool for distribution


 
Item: 179292
Surname: Bagshaw
First Name: John
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 14 February 1840
Place: Newcastle gaol
Source: Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 136
Details: Grinder from Sheffield. Admitted to Newcastle gaol. States himself free. Sent to Hyde Park Barracks for identification


 
Item: 166666
Surname: Bentley
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 8 July 1824
Place: Hunter River
Source: Colonial Secretary's Papers. NRS 898 Special Bundles. Ancestry
Details: Joseph Bentley, John Buckley, John Bruce and Thomas Butler assigned to Andrew Dickson at the Hunter River


 
Item: 181760
Surname: Box
First Name: James
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 27 March 1826
Place: Newcastle
Source: NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details: James Jones, in the gaol gang (settlers man); Thomas Hunt and James Box, government servants, charged with being concerned in stealing a keg of spirits. (See the evidence in the case of Aaron Solomon 25 March 1826)...The Chief Constable states - I have been endeavouring to trace the spirits stolen on Thursday last and on Saturday evening I was informed I should probably find it secreted in the wheelwrights shop in the lumber yard. I went there an searched and in the fire place up the chimney I found a place where it had evidently been deposited and from whence it seems to have been recently take; my suspicions fell upon the wheelwright and others in the lumber yard, but I could learn nothing from him or Hunt (a nailer) whom I suspected, but in the course of yesterday I was acquainted with all the circumstances attending the theft by James Williamson a blacksmith. James Williamson states 0 I am a blacksmith in the lumber yard. I admit I was idle and neglecting my work on Thursday last. On that day I was standing at the door of the blacksmiths shop and saw James Jones come in at the lumber yard gate. He had a keg in his hands which was partially covered with a frock. I asked him if it was a keg of butter - he replied No and passed on to the wheel wrights shop. In the course of the afternoon Box (the wheelwright) came to the shop and asked me for some nails for repairs; I gave him some, and I saw him speaking to Hunt who works next to me. I was not at work myself and could hear what they said. Box said to Hunt. It is all right. I have got the rum safe up the chimney. They have been in the shop to look for it but they could not find it. On Friday after church time I saw Hunt and Jones together as we were returning I was close to them. They were talking about the keg. Hunt told Jones he would give him a dollar in payment for his share and that he should never want a breakfast. Jones replied twould do very well. The prisoners deny the charge and call in their defence James Handige, overseer of the blacksmiths who states Williamson was idle all Thursday last. I went to the superintendent in the course of the day to report him. I am sure he did not do any work and think he was not in the shop all the afternoon. I saw Hunt and Box in the shop together on Thursday afternoon, could not hear what they were speaking about they being some distance off. Lewis Hutton a blacksmith, states - Williamson did not work on Thursday. In the afternoon I saw him in the shop once or twice. Saw him give Box some nails also saw Hunt give Box some nails. Did not notice them speaking to each other any way particular. Sentence: James Box and Thomas Hunt to labour in the gaol gang for three months. James Jones to labour in the gaol gang for three months in addition to his sentence at Pattersons Plains


 
Item: 32427
Surname: Brady
First Name: Henry
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 1822 14 November
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: Assigned to Mr. Mudie at Newcastle


 
Item: 32428
Surname: Brady
First Name: Henry
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 1824 April
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: Blacksmith


 
Item: 32429
Surname: Brady
First Name: Henry
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 1824 27 September
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: Runaway from Mr. Mudie, Newcastle


 
Item: 32430
Surname: Brady
First Name: Henry
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 7 October 1824
Place: Newcastle
Source: NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
Details: Henry Brady, assigned servant to James Mudie charged with absenting himself from his masters service...Mr. Mudie states....About three months since I gave Brady a pass to proceed from Patrick Plains for Parramatta and here I met him. Brady went to Parramatta from Patrick Plains overland. I went from Newcastle to Sydney by water. At Parramatta I gave Brady another pass to proceed from thence to Sydney. I had given Brady his first pass to proceed to Parramatta to look at a winnowing machine as I wanted him to make me one. It is nearly four months ago. When I left him at Parramatta with the second pass, he was to have joined me in Sydney the following day but he did not come and I have only heard of him lately. I reported his absence to the Principal Superintendent of Convicts at Sydney and also to the Chief Constable at Parramatta but not to any of the Magistrates for the districts of Hunters River or at the office of the Commandant at Newcastle. ....The Bench is of opinion that as it appears on Mr. Mudie own admission that he gave Brady a pass to proceed overland from Patrick Plains to Parramatta and afterwards to Sydney and although he was absent upwards of three months no intimation of his having absconded was given by Mr. Mudie to the Magistrates, the Bench having decided that no corporal punishment shall be inflicted on the prisoners but it being a notorious fact that he is a very improper character to be suffered to be at large, either under the sanction of a pass from his employer or otherwise, to prevent a recurrence of such irregularity it is hereby ordered that Henry Bray be recalled to Government service in the gaol gang and that Mr. Mudie be supplied with another mechanic in his stead.


 
Item: 128859
Surname: Brown
First Name: William
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 1822 September
Place: Newcastle
Source: Archives Office of NSW. Colonial Secretary: Misc records (4/4570D)pp1-88
Details: On list of assigned convicts who are not mechanics. Assigned to Mr. Wilkinson


 
Item: 34211
Surname: Browne
First Name: William
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 1824 August
Place: Newcastle
Source: Colonial Secretary's Papers. Special Bundles
Details: Assigned to W.B. Wilkinson. Sentenced to 50 lashes for receiving stolen goods


 
Item: 31713
Surname: Burns
First Name: John
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 1828
Place: Patrick Plains
Source: 1828 Census
Details: Shoemaker assigned to John Howe


 
Item: 13835
Surname: Campbell
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 1832 14 June
Place: Maitland
Source: SG
Details: Pedlar. Assigned to Francis Allman


 
Item: 16227
Surname: Campbell
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 1832 20 December
Place: Maitland
Source: SG
Details: Obtained Ticket of Leave


 
Item: 69728
Surname: Campbell
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 1832 19 December
Place: Maitland
Source: 1832 GG
Details: Granted Ticket of Leave


 
Item: 19565
Surname: Cox
First Name: John
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 1832 28 June
Place: Patrick Plains
Source: SG
Details: Obtained Ticket of Leave


 
Item: 37450
Surname: Cox
First Name: John
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 1823 22 August
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: Servant of James Mudie. Permitted to pass with sheep from Windsor to Newcastle


 
Item: 45630
Surname: Cox
First Name: John
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 1828
Place: Patrick Plains
Source: 1828 Census
Details: Aged 25. Stockman assigned to John Blaxland


 
Item: 163158
Surname: Cox
First Name: John
Ship: Asia 1822
Date: 1823/24/25
Place: near Newcastle
Source: General Muster of New South Wales 1823, 1824, 1825
Details: Convict under sentence of transportation for life. Assigned to John Blaxland



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