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Item: 118448
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 1833 7 February
Place: Port Jackson
Source: SG
Details: Departed Dublin 8th October under Captain Richards and bringing 194 male prisoners. Surgeon Superintendent Dr. Imley RN. Guard consisted of 30 rank and file of 21st Regiment accompanied by 4 women and 4 children under command of Lieut. Bayley. Passengers Mrs. Bayley and child and Lieut. Campbell, 21st Fusileers and 5 free settlers from Ireland.....A number of prisoners on the Roslin Castle were found guilty of being Whiteboys........The Whiteboys (Irish: Buachailli Bana) were a secret Irish agrarian organization in 18th-century Ireland which used violent tactics to defend tenant farmer land rights for subsistence farming. Their name derives from the white smocks the members wore in their nightly raids, but the Whiteboys were as usually referred to at the time as Levellers by the authorities


 
Item: 162897
Surname: Armour
First Name: James
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: -
Place: -
Source: AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 684
Details: Age 38. Reads and writes. Carpenter and joiner (complete) Born in Co. Tyrone. Tried in Antrim 15 March 1832 and sentenced to transportation for life for burglary


 
Item: 183486
Surname: Armour
First Name: James
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 11 April 1835
Place: Singleton
Source: Singleton Court of Petty Sessions. Register of Convicts. Ancestry
Details: James Armour per Roslin Castle assigned to the Wollombi Bridge Party. Sentenced to 50 lashes for being absent without leave


 
Item: 47186
Surname: Armour (Armorie)
First Name: James
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 1837
Place: Patrick Plains
Source: GRC
Details: Tried in Antrim. Assigned to Government


 
Item: 162898
Surname: Beaghan
First Name: James
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 1833
Place: -
Source: AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 684
Details: Age 30. Farm servant from Queens County 27 July 1832 and sentenced to transportation for life for assault and levelling (whiteboy). Killed by blacks Upper Williams River 13th May 1835


 
Item: 76655
Surname: Beaghan (Beacher) (Beachan)
First Name: James
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 1835 13 May
Place: Upper Williams River
Source: CDR
Details: Burial of; Killed by natives


 
Item: 20996
Surname: Beaghan (Beugban)
First Name: James
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 1833 4 April
Place: Hunter River
Source: SG
Details: Farm labourer assigned to George McKenzie


 
Item: 4819
Surname: Boland
First Name: James
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 1842 21 May
Place: Maitland
Source: HRG
Details: Ticket of Leave granted.


 
Item: 20994
Surname: Boland
First Name: James
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 1833 4 April
Place: Windermere
Source: SG
Details: Farm labourer assigned to T.W.M. Winder


 
Item: 162890
Surname: Boland
First Name: James
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 1844
Place: East Maitland
Source: Application to marry
Details: James Boland per 'Roslin Castle', application to marry Bridget Savage (came free per Palestine)


 
Item: 162896
Surname: Boland
First Name: James
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 1833
Place: -
Source: AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 684
Details: Age 22. Reads and writes. Farm servant from Co. Clare. Tried in Galway 20 March 1832 and sentenced to transportation for life for the crime of 'Whiteboy'. 5ft 5in. sallow complexion, brown hair and light hazel eyes. Conditional Pardon dated 15 February 1849.


 
Item: 4291
Surname: Bolger
First Name: Michael
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 1842 26 February
Place: Patrick Plains
Source: HRG
Details: Obtained Ticket of Leave


 
Item: 162899
Surname: Bolger
First Name: Michael
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 1833
Place: -
Source: AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 684
Details: Age 20. Reads and writes. Farm servant from Queens Co., Tried in Queens County 27 July 1832 and sentenced to transportation for Life for assault and levelling (whiteboy)


 
Item: 175615
Surname: Breen
First Name: John
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 21 April 1832
Place: Queens County, Ireland
Source: Leinster Express
Details: John Breen, malicious assault sentenced to one weeks imprisonment and transportation for 7 years; Malachi Breen same offence, 12 onths imprisonment with hard labour; Catherine Breen same offence 3 months imprisonment, the first and last weeks in solitary


 
Item: 121437
Surname: Burns
First Name: Lawrence
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 1841 24 August
Place: Maitland
Source: GG
Details: Granted Ticket of Leave


 
Item: 162900
Surname: Byrnes (Burns)
First Name: Lawrence
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 1833
Place: -
Source: AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 684
Details: Age 16. Reads and writes. Shoemaker's apprentice from Dublin. Tried 27 July 1832 and sentenced to 7 years transportation


 
Item: 21006
Surname: Campbell
First Name: David
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 1833 4 April
Place: Hunter River
Source: SG
Details: Bricklayer's labourer assigned to G. McKenzie


 
Item: 162902
Surname: Campbell
First Name: David
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 1833
Place: -
Source: AO NSW Convict Indent Fiche No. 684
Details: Age 21. Reads. Brickmaker's labourer from Co. Tyrone. Tried in Antrim 15 March 1832 and sentenced to transportation for life for burglary. Notes - Norfolk Island; Conditional Pardon No. 48/2016 dated 15 November 1848


 
Item: 118449
Surname: Campbell
First Name: Pieter Laurentz (Lieutenant)
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 1833 7 February
Place: Port Jackson
Source: SG
Details: 21st Fusileers. Passenger on the Roslin Castle


 
Item: 172880
Surname: Clarke
First Name: Henry
Ship: Roslin Castle 1833
Date: 8 July 1842
Place: Newcastle gaol
Source: State Archives NSW; Gaol Entrance Book, Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757 (Ancestry)
Details: Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland for a Breach of the Licensing Act. Sentenced to 6 months confinement



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