Convicts Transported to Australia
|Calnan, Catherine||17-Dec-1836||at Sydney|| |
Arrived on the "Elizabeth IV"
|Convicted at the Central Criminal Court (London) for picking pockets and sentenced to transportation for 7 years|
|Davis, Eleanor||7-Jul-1791||arriving in Sydney on "Mary Anne" in the Third Fleet, and became pregnant on the voyage||Tried in London and convicted for stealing clothing and sentence to 7 years transportation for stealing some clothing and other items, to the value of 26s. 7d.|
|Dyball, Thomas||6-Dec-1829||at Sydney|
Arrived on the "Sarah"
|Convicted of house robbery and sentenced to transportation for life|
|Mahon, Andrew||24-Dec-1818||at Sydney||arrived Sydney "Martha", prisoner||Possible convict|
|Russell, Jacob||21-Aug-1791||arriving in Sydney "Salamader" as a prisoner on the Third Fleet||sentenced to 7 years transportation for a 7 year term for stealing some shoes and tools from a shop in his home town at age of 18 years|
|Seaton, Alexander||28-Jun-1790||at Sydney||on "Scarborough" (Third Fleet), prisoner 46th Regiment, NSW Army Corp transferred Parramatta to Tasmania||Tried in London with George Lee and George Connoway for theft of 2 bullocks valued at £20. He was aged 16 years at time. Sentenced to death, later commuted to|
transportation for life.
|Sherringham, Robert||14-Dec-1801||arriving in Sydney on the ship "Minorca" as a convict||charged with stealing from the shop of Edmund Sinclair of Little Walfingham, 2 pairs of half-boots, 2 pairs pumps or shoes and several working tools.|
|convicted and sentenced to 7 years transportation|
|his certificate of emancipation was issued|