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Item: 133249
Surname: Bryant
First Name: William
Ship: Hive 1834
Date: 1838 7 August
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Bench Books. AONSW Reel 2722
Details: William Bryant (prisoner for Life) and William Britton assigned to the A.A. Company sentenced to 2 months on the treadmill in Sydney for absconding


 
Item: 137821
Surname: Bryant
First Name: William
Ship: Hive 1834
Date: 1838 13 November
Place: Newcastle
Source: Newcastle Bench Books. AO NSW Reel 2722
Details: William Bryant and William Britton sentenced to work in irons for 12 months for absconding


 
Item: 164194
Surname: Bryant
First Name: William
Ship: Hive 1834
Date: 18 July 1848
Place: Newcastle
Source: Application to Marry
Details: William Bryant aged 34 arrived per 'Hive' application to marry Mary Elizabeth Shaw (arrived free)


 
Item: 170830
Surname: Buckley
First Name: John
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 20 March 1841
Place: Newcastle gaol
Source: Gaol Entrance Books. State Archives NSW; Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757 Ancestry
Details: Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Sydney . To be sent to Cockatoo Island for one year


 
Item: 67474
Surname: Buckley (Denahy)
First Name: John
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 1838 19 September
Place: Ravensworth
Source: GG
Details: Carter aged 29. Tried County Cork. Scrofula marks inder left jaw. Absconded from Dr. James Bowman since Aug. 27


 
Item: 132040
Surname: Buckley (Denahy)
First Name: John
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 1837 18 November
Place: Segenhoe
Source: GG
Details: Carter age 28 from Co. Cork. 5ft 1 1/2 in, dark ruddy and freckled complexion, brown hair, brown eyes, scrofula marks under left jaw. Absconded from Thomas Potter Macqueen 6th November 1837


 
Item: 11472
Surname: Burke
First Name: John
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 1844 27 April
Place: Scone
Source: MM
Details: Obtained ticket of Leave


 
Item: 19376
Surname: Burke
First Name: John
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 1845 6 December
Place: Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Obtained Ticket of Leave


 
Item: 25351
Surname: Burke
First Name: John
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 1846 4 November
Place: Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Ticket of leave cancelled for passing counterfeit coin


 
Item: 26594
Surname: Burke
First Name: John
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 1847 27 January
Place: Maitland
Source: MM
Details: Ticket of leave cancelled for passing counterfeit coin


 
Item: 59590
Surname: Burke
First Name: John
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 1838 28 September
Place: Woodlands
Source: BB
Details: Assigned to Edward Sparke. Sentenced to 50 lashes for insolence to his master


 
Item: 76900
Surname: Burke
First Name: John
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 1837
Place: Maitland
Source: GRC
Details: Aged 26. Tried in Kilkenny. Assigned to Edward Sparke junior


 
Item: 143366
Surname: Burke
First Name: John
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 1835
Place: (Three convicts by this name by this ship)
Source: AO NSW Convict Indents. Fiche No. 715
Details: Age 29. Married with 1 child. Farm servant from Co. Clare. Sentenced to transportation for life for rape. Nose cocked. Ruddy much freckled complexion


 
Item: 120325
Surname: Burke
First Name: William
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 1841 15 January
Place: Scone
Source: GG
Details: Granted Ticket of Leave


 
Item: 125986
Surname: Burns
First Name: John
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 1836 27 July
Place: Paterson
Source: GG 1836
Details: Apprehended after absconding from James Phillips


 
Item: 131072
Surname: Burns
First Name: John
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 1837 21 June
Place: Paterson
Source: GG
Details: Apprehended after absconding from J. Phillips


 
Item: 131092
Surname: Burns
First Name: John
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 1837 4 June
Place: Paterson
Source: GG
Details: Absconded from J. Philips 24 May 1837


 
Item: 101999
Surname: Burns (?Byrne)
First Name: John
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 1840 15 January
Place: Paterson
Source: GG 1840
Details: Farm labourer aged 55 from Co. Cork. 5' 1"; ruddy compl., brown hair and bald. Grey eyes, cast inwards in (r) eye. Long cross scar on forehead etc. Absconded from service of James Phillips, since January 2


 
Item: 162918
Surname: Burrows (Burrowes)
First Name: Andrew
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 5 December 1838
Place: Big River
Source: The Colonist
Details: The Liverpool Plains Massacre - (Myall Creek Massacre) - The trial took place in the Supreme Court on Thursday 29th November, before is Honor Judge Burton and the following civil jury: - Mr. John Sewell, Foreman; Mr. William Knight of Castlereagh Street; Mr. Francis King, soap boiler, King Street; Mr. John Little, publican, King Street; Mr. Richard Leworthy, tailor, George Street; Mr. Henry Linden; Mr. Benjamin Lees, Parramatta; Mr. E. Hyland, Redwood; Mr. W. Johnson; Mr. Alexander Long, publican, York Street; Mr. John Leary, publican, York Street, and Mr. William Jones, Pitt Town. The prisoners arraigned at the bar were Charles Kilmaister, James Oates, Edward Foley, John Johnson, John Russell, William Hawkins and James Parry. The indictment contained twenty counts, the first five charging the prisoners with the murder of an aboriginal child; the next five with the murder of a male aboriginal child; the next five with the murder of a female aboriginal child, and the last five with the murder of an aboriginal boy named Charlie. The case for the prosecution was conducted by the Attorney General, assisted by Mr. Therry. The defence was conducted by Messrs A'Beckett, Foster and Windeyer, who had been specially retained for that purpose by the Hunter River Black Association. Witnesses included Thomas Foster, superintendent on the estate of Dr. Newton at the Big River about 150 miles beyond Invermein; William Hobbs, superintendent on Henry Dangars estate at the Big River; Edward Denny Day, Police Magistrate; George Anderson, an assigned servant of Henry Dangar; John Bates, assigned servant to Mr. Dight of Richmond and employed on Dights station at the Big River; Mr. Kinnear Robertson, Colonial Surgeon; Robert Sexton, assigned servant to Dr. Newton; Charles Reid, a ticket of leave holder employed by Henry Dangar; Andrew Burrows, an assigned servant to Henry Dangar. At a quarter past one the Jury retired, and at two oclock returned to Court with a verdict, finding the prisoners guilty on the first five counts of the indictment and acquitting them on the last five


 
Item: 76682
Surname: Byrne
First Name: John
Ship: Hive 1835
Date: 1837
Place: Paterson
Source: GRC
Details: Aged 30. Assigned to J. Adair



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