fc-falcon">Re: Convict marriage & re-assignments. .
You can also find where they were tried, the name of their master and the district they were assigned.
Many were held in prison hulks prior to embarking on 24th September 1831.
Chapter 1. 3944/23, MAV/FM6/747. Their daughter Harriet Cole claimed she was the 1st white woman born in the upper Hunter.
. A probation system replaced the assignment system for male convicts in 1840 following complaints that the system was an unfair ‘lottery’. .
Dec 26, 2022 · Find records of work assignments for male and female convicts as well as absconders (runaways) and absconders who were apprehended. class=" fc-falcon">Cheltenham.
The ARK consists of microfilm copies of our most popular and heavily used colonial records.
The London convict maid, a cautionary tale of life in the colony, circa 1830, nla.
. 16,747 convicts made at least one application to marry.
By 1836, nearly 70 per cent of all the convicts in NSW were working as ‘assigned convicts’. .
Mackey; Free passengers.
Indexes. Tickets of Leave Index & Butts New South Wales. You can also find where they were tried, the name of their master and the district they were assigned.
Viewing topic 1 (of 1 total) Topic; Voices; Posts; Last Post; Browsers – Assignment 1. 16 NEW datasets: new records going online in April 2023 include Randwick NSW Asylum for Destitute Children 1852-1915, extensive new records from the NSW convict system 1825-1841 & parish registers from Sydney & Bathurst NSW See Previous Release Details. . “The Assignment System of Convict Labour in Van Diemen’s Land 1824-1842”. Mackey.
Mackey; Free passengers and crew on convict ships into Sydney, 1830-40 / compiled by Nola M.
. Included are records relating to convict arrivals, assisted immigrants, births, deaths and marriages, publicans' licences, electoral rolls, naturalisation, returns of the colony ('Blue Books'), land.
Dec 26, 2022 · class=" fc-falcon">Inmates from Sydney Gaol were moved to Darlinghurst Gaol when it opened in 1841.
Early indents provide name, date and place of trial and sentence while the later indents usually contain more information such as a physical description, native place, age and crime.
Includes the following indexes: Certificates of freedom, 1823-69; Convict Bank accounts 1837-70; Convict exiles 1849-50; Pardons, 1791-1825, 1837-41; Tickets of exemption from government labour, 1827-32; Tickets of leave, certificates of.