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Item: 38712
Surname: Denham
First Name: John
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: 1812 12 February
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per 'Lady Nelson'


 
Item: 38713
Surname: Denham
First Name: John
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: 1822 5 June
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: Overseer of Govt. herds at Newcastle


 
Item: 71256
Surname: Denham
First Name: John
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: 1812 11 January
Place: -
Source: CSI
Details: Convicted of sheep stealing;


 
Item: 71257
Surname: Denham
First Name: John
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: January 1825
Place: -
Source: Colonial Secretarys Papers. Mait series of letters received (Ancestry)
Details: Application by Henry Gillman, the Commandant at Newcastle soliciting indulgences from His Excellency the Governor for prisoners he considered worthy - John Denham - Age 72 years, Came a prisoner to the colony. Convicted by a criminal court in February 1812 and received sentence of transportation for life to Newcastle. Has been overseer of government flocks and herds for some years past...note - not acquainted with him he being always in the bush, but it does not appear by the Books that he has been ill behaved


 
Item: 176658
Surname: Denham
First Name: John
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: 1824
Place: Newcastle district
Source: Newcastle (Hunter River) Population Book, 1824 - Ancestry
Details: Born c. 1761. Overseer of govt. stock


 
Item: 168696
Surname: Faulkner (Fawkner)
First Name: John
Ship: Calcutta 1803 (came free)
Date: 10 February 1815
Place: -
Source: Colonial Secretary's Correspondence
Details: On a list of prisoners to be transported to Newcastle on the Lady Nelson. Fortesa de Santo and John Fawkner both sentenced by a Bench of Magistrates in Hobart to three years at Newcastle


 
Item: 164028
Surname: Raphael
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: 28 Aprl 1802
Place: London
Source: The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
Details: Age 17. Found guilty with with three others of making an assaults in the King's highway, on Peter Theodory , on the 14th of March , putting him in fear, and taking from his person, a silver watch, value 3l. a silver watch chain, value 7s. a silver seal, value 1s. a coat, value 3l. a waistcoat, value 10s. a pair of breeches, value 20s. a shirt, value 5s. and a silk handkerchief, value 5s


 
Item: 164029
Surname: Raphael
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: -
Place: Sydney/Newcastle/Port Phillip
Source: State Library of NSW. Australian Jewish community and culture
Details: Joseph Raphael was a Jew from the Spitalfields district of London, and a hatter by trade. He was one of four men tried at the Old Bailey on 20 April 1802 for highway robbery. As most Jewish convicts were sent to Australia for less violent crimes, such as embezzlement and receiving stolen goods, Joseph Raphaels crime is a rarity. Found guilty and sentenced to death, Raphael then had his sentence commuted to transportation. In 1803, he became an unwilling participant in the British Governments first attempt to colonise Port Phillip, now known as Victoria.........


 
Item: 164030
Surname: Raphael
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: 14 October 1853
Place: Sydney
Source: The Courier (Hobart)
Details: Death of Mr. Joseph Raphael, at his residence, in the 72nd years of his age, one of the oldest colonists, highly esteemed by all who knew him, leaving an affectionate wife and a large circle of friends to lament his loss


 
Item: 71806
Surname: Raphael (Rayfield)
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: 1811 20 March
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: Sent to Newcastle


 
Item: 71807
Surname: Raphael (Rayfield)
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: 18th September 1811
Place: Newcastle
Source: Colonial Secretary's Papers. Monthly Return of Corporal Punishments
Details: Thomas Coyne, Joseph Rayfield, John Baker, James Camm and John Pierce punished with 48 lashes each for running away from the limeburners and taking a boat from along side the Resource


 
Item: 71808
Surname: Raphael (Rayfield)
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: 1812 28 June
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: On list of runaways from Newcastle


 
Item: 71809
Surname: Raphael (Rayfield)
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: 1816
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: On list of prisoners received on board the 'Kangaroo' at Newcastle


 
Item: 71810
Surname: Raphael (Rayfield)
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: 1817
Place: -
Source: CSI
Details: Of Hobart. Petition for mitigation of sentence


 
Item: 71811
Surname: Raphael (Rayfield)
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: 1818
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle


 
Item: 71812
Surname: Raphael (Rayfield)
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: 1821
Place: Sydney
Source: CSI
Details: In Sydney Gaol


 
Item: 71813
Surname: Raphael (Rayfield)
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: 1823
Place: -
Source: CSI
Details: Of Pitt Street Sydney. Deposition re stolen cloth. Catherine McLease convicted of stealing from


 
Item: 71815
Surname: Ratchford
First Name: James
Ship: Calcutta 1803
Date: 1821
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle



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