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205084
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: Date of arrival in Sydney 15 January1840
Place: -
Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales; Kingswood New South Wales, Australia; Entitlement certificates of persons on bounty ships; Series: 5314; Reel: 1311
Details: From Surgeons Report - Master Peter Inglis. Surgeon John Birtwhistle. The Crusader sailed from Kingstown Ireland on 20 September 1839 with 89 adult males and 94 adult females together with 56 male children and 54 female children. Three women died on the voyage out and twelve children. Six children were born on the voyage out. The principal diseased were smallpox and tabes mesenterica. The vessel touched at no ports and the passage was 117 days.


190874
Surname: Allen (alias Mallel)
First Name: John
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: 25 July 1848
Place: Newcastle Gaol
Source: Newcastle Gaol Entrance Books. State Archives NSW; Roll: 757
Details: John Allen, labourer from Co. Cavan, came free, sent to Newcastle gaol from Wollombi. To be sent to Hyde Park Barracks. Sent to steamer 27 July


190862
Surname: Barber
First Name: Richard
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: 15 January 1840
Place: Sydney
Source: State Records Online Shipping List
Details: Richard Barber aged 35, native place Kilmainham Woods, Co. Meath, occupation blacksmith. Assigned to Mr. Mann at Brisbane Water on arrival (probably Gother Kerr Mann)


190858
Surname: Bruen
First Name: Edward
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: January 1840
Place: Sydney
Source: Assisted Immigrant Passenger List - Ancestry
Details: Edward Bruen, brought out by government. A native of Elfin, son of Martin of the same place and Ellen Scally, his wife. Occupation labourer. Age 29. Health very good. Reads and writes


190873
Surname: Bruen
First Name: Edward
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: 8 August 1857
Place: Newcastle Gal
Source: Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book State Archives NSW; Roll: 757
Details: Edward Bruen, came free, Native place Co. Roscommon. Occupation farmer. Sent to Newcastle gaol from Armidale under sentence of 3 months hard labour. For trial 2 September


190857
Surname: Bruen
First Name: Edward, Eliza, Patrick
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: -
Place: -
Source: Assisted Immigrants Shipping Lists - State Archives NSW
Details: A Return of the Disposal of the Immigrants who arrived by the ship Crusader from Kingstown on 15 January 1840 - Edward, 29, Eliza 21 and Patrick, immigrants on the Crusader engaged by J. Thompson at Hunter River. Wages 26 pounds per year


190859
Surname: Bruen
First Name: Eliza and Patrick
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: January 1840
Place: Sydney
Source: Assisted Immigrant Passenger List - Ancestry
Details: Eliza Bruen, brought out by government. A Native of Elfin, daughter of John Docking and Betsy Warden. Calling dairy maid. Age 21. Health very good. Reads and writes. Patrick, son aged 3 years with her


190872
Surname: Faircloth
First Name: Anne
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: 15 January 1840
Place: Sydney
Source: Assisted Immigrants Shipping Lists - State Archives NSW
Details: A Return of the Disposal of the Immigrants who arrived by the ship Crusader from Kingstown on 15 January 1840 - Ann Faircloth, age 20, Native Place Ballyduff. Occupation dairy maid. Engaged by Mr. Dee at Maitland on arrival


190871
Surname: Flannagan
First Name: Bridget
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: 15 January 1840
Place: Sydney
Source: Assisted Immigrants Shipping Lists - State Archives NSW
Details: A Return of the Disposal of the Immigrants who arrived by the ship Crusader from Kingstown on 15 January 1840 - Bridget Flannagan, age 20, Native place Elphin, Occupation laundress. Assigned to Mr. Nagle at Merton on arrival (probably Charles Nagle)


190866
Surname: Foley
First Name: William
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: -
Place: Newcastle Gaol
Source: Newcastle Gaol Description Book. State Archives NSW; Roll: 759
Details: William Foley, born 1802, 5ft 9 in, stout build, fresh complexion, grey hair, blue eyes. Bald


190864
Surname: Foley (Folley)
First Name: William
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: 15 January 1840
Place: Sydney
Source: State Records Online Shipping List
Details: A Return of the Disposal of the Immigrants who arrived by the ship Crusader from Kingstown on 15 January 1840 - William Foley, aged 38. Native place Loughglyn. Occupation farm servant. Engaged by James Phillips at Paterson on arrival


190867
Surname: Foley (Folley)
First Name: William
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: 22 December 1852
Place: Newcastle Gaol
Source: Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book State Archives NSW; Roll: 757
Details: Came Free. Native place Roscommon. Occupation labourer. Sent to Newcastle gaol from Armidale. To be sent for trial


190865
Surname: Folley (Foley)
First Name: William
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: January 1840
Place: -
Source: Assisted Immigrant Passenger List - Ancestry
Details: William Folley, unmarried male immigrant, brought out by government. Native place Loughglyn. Son of James a shopkeeper and Rose his wife. Occupation farm servant


205086
Surname: Harrington
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: 1 July 1850
Place: Newcastle gaol
Source: Ancestry.com. New South Wales, Australia, Gaol Description and Entrance Books, 1818-1930
Details: Thomas Harrington, fireman from Roscommon. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland Quarter Sessions. Sentenced to 18 months hard labour for assault with intent. Sentence remitted 14 March 1851


205083
Surname: Harrington
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Crusader 1840 (came free)
Date: January 1840
Place: Sydney
Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales; Kingswood New South Wales, Australia; Entitlement certificates of persons on bounty ships; Series: 5314; Reel: 1311
Details: Thomas Harrington, age 21. Son of Thomas a labourer and Mary Keelly his wife. Passenger on the Crusader arriving in January 1840


190868
Surname: Hunt
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: 15 January 1840
Place: Sydney
Source: Assisted Immigrants Shipping Lists - State Archives NSW
Details: A Return of the Disposal of the Immigrants who arrived by the ship Crusader from Kingstown on 15 January 1840 - Joseph Hunt, 31, occupation tailor. Engaged to Mr. Tierney at West Maitland on arrival


190860
Surname: McDermott
First Name: William, Mary, John
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: 15 January 1840
Place: Sydney
Source: Assisted Immigrants Shipping Lists - State Archives NSW
Details: A Return of the Disposal of the Immigrants who arrived by the ship Crusader from Kingstown on 15 January 1840 - William labourer aged 30, Mary dairywoman aged 25, John 2, Mary, 3. Native place Elphin. Engaged by Benjamin Stevens at Raymond Terrace on arrival


190869
Surname: Oates
First Name: Edward
Ship: Crusader 1840
Date: 15 January 1840
Place: Sydney
Source: Assisted Immigrants Shipping Lists - State Archives NSW
Details: A Return of the Disposal of the Immigrants who arrived by the ship Crusader from Kingstown on 15 January 1840. Age 23. Native place Elphin. Occupation Labourer. Engaged by Phillip Wright at Aberdeen on arrival