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97771
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Panama 1849
Date: 1850 23 January
Place: Maitland
Source: MM
Details: 10 Irish orphan girls from the vessel Panama arrived in Maitland previous Thursday. 4 to be bound as apprentices for 1 year and six others as servants at 8 pounds per year


207163
Surname: Barry
First Name: David Joseph
Ship: Panama 1849
Date: 13 December 1865
Place: Maitland Gaol
Source: State Archives NSW; Kingswood, New South Wales; Gaol Description and Entrance Books, 1818-1930; Roll: 2368
Details: David Joseph Barry admitted to Maitland gaol from Newcastle on two charges of stealing. Two sentences of 3 months hard labour


207162
Surname: Barry alias Hurley
First Name: David alias Phillip
Ship: Panama 1849
Date: September 1849
Place: Port Jackson
Source: State Archives and Records Authority of New South Wales; Kingswood New South Wales, Australia; Persons on Bounty Ships to Sydney, Newcastle, and Moreton Bay (Board Immigrant Lists); Series: 5317; Reel: 2459; Item: [4/4912]
Details: David Barry alias Phillip Hurley, age 26, occupation farm labourer, born Tracton Abbey, Cork, son of David and Ellen; Mary age 22, house servant from Kensale, Cork, daughter of Patrick and Margaret Hurley, mother on board; Ellen, infant born in Cork. Assisted immigrants on the ship Panama.


206547
Surname: Cooke
First Name: Margaret
Ship: Panama 1849
Date: September 1849
Place: Port Jackson
Source: Ancestry.com. New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Details: Margaret Cooke, 34, farm servant from Monaghan, daughter of Abraham and Jane Miller. Assisted immigrant on the ship Panama. Note - husband Samuel per ship Clyde 1838, when last heard of thought to be at Muswellbrook


206550
Surname: Cunningham
First Name: Margaret
Ship: Panama 1849
Date: September 1849
Place: Port Jackson
Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales; Kingswood New South Wales, Australia; Persons on bounty ships to Sydney, Newcastle, and Moreton Bay (Board Immigrant Lists); Series: 5317; Reel: 2459; Item: [4/4912]
Details: Margaret Cunningham age 48, needlewoman from Castle Rackett, Meath, daughter of Hugh and Catherine Hogg. Assisted immigrant on the ship Panama. Note - husband James Cunningham arrived in the colony on the ship Elphinstone in 1838 having been tried at Trim, Meath. Living at Lewinsbrook, Paterson in the service of Alexander Park


132894
Surname: Cunningham (Keenahan)
First Name: Margaret
Ship: Panama 1849
Date: -
Place: Butterstream, Singleton
Source: Singleton Pioneer Register p. 52
Details: Born c. 1833 Trim, Co. Meath Ireland, daughter of James Cunningham and Margaret Hogg. Spouse John Keenahan. See Pioneer Register for details of descendants


132408
Surname: Cunningham (nee Hogg)
First Name: Margaret
Ship: Panama 1849
Date: -
Place: Paterson & Singleton
Source: Singleton Pioneer Register p. 27
Details: Born c 1799 Castlerickard, Co. Meath, daughter of Luke Hogg and Catherine Reynolds. Spouse James Cunningham. Arrived with children in 1849 to join her husband who had been transported in 1838


206552
Surname: Hannay
First Name: Bridget, Mary, Ann
Ship: Panama 1849
Date: September 1849
Place: Port Jackson
Source: Ancestry.com. New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Details: Bridget Hannah age 40, farm servant from Ballansee, Tipperary, daughter of John and Mary Phobe. May age 19, needlewoman, daughter, Ann age 17, needlewoman, daughter; Assisted immigrants on the ship Panama. Note - husband John Hannay arrived per ship Waterloo in 1836, having been tried at Clonmel, residing at Dungog