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					Family Name              Given Name

ABEL/ABLE                Robert
ABEL                     Mary
ABRAHAMS                 Esther
ABRAHAMS/ABRAMS          Henry
ADAMS                    John
ADAMS                    Mary
AGNEW/AYNERS             John
AKERS/ACRES              Thomas
ALLEN                    Charles
ALLEN                    John
ALLEN/CONNER             Mary
ALLEN                    Mary
ALLEN                    Susannah
ALLEN                    Tamasin/Jamasin
ALLEN                    William
ANDERSON                 Elizabeth
ANDERSON                 Frances (Fanny)
ANDERSON                 John
ANDERSON                 John
ARCHER/FORRESTER         John
ARSCOTT                  John
ATKINSON/ATKINS          George
AULT                     Sarah
AYRES                    John
AYRES/EYRES/HARES        William
BAILS/BALES              Robert
BAKER                    Martha
BAKER                    Thomas
BALDWIN/BALDING          James/William
BALDWIN/BOWYER           Ruth
BALL                     John
BANNISTER                George
BARBER                   Elizabeth
BARFORD/BARFERD          John
BARLAND                  George
BARNES                   Stephen
BARNETT/BARRETT/BARNEY   Daniel
BARNETT/BARNARD/BURTON   Henry
BARRETT                  Thomas
BARRY/BARRY              John
BARSBY                   George
BARSBY                   Samuel
BARTLETT                 James
BASON                    Elizabeth
BATLEY/BATLY             Oten
BATLEY                   Walton/Walter
BAYLEY/BAILEY                           James
BAYLISS/BUSLEY                          John
BASELY/BAZLEY                           John
BEARDSLEY/BEADLEY/BEAZLEY/BAIZLEY       Ann
BECKFORD                                Elizabeth
BELL                                    William
BELLAMY                                 Sarah
BELLETT/BILLET                          Jacob
                                        Samuel
BENEAR/BENIER/BENARE/BINES/BINS/BENNER/BENERE/BINNER
BENNETT                                 John
BEST                                    John
BINGHAM/MOORING/BIGGINS                 Elizabeth
BAUGHAN/BINGHAM                         John
BIRD                                    Elizabeth/Winifred
BIRD                                    James
BIRD                                    Samuel
BISHOP                                  Joseph
BLACKHALL/BLACKALL                      William
BLAKE                                   Francis
BLANCHET                                Susannah
BLATHERHORN/BEANS/FISHER                William
BLOODWORTH                              James
BLUNT                                   William
BOGGIS                                  William
BOLTON                                  Mary
BOND                                    Peter
BOND                                    William
BONNER                                  Jane
BOLTON/BOULTON                          Rebecca
BOYLE                                   John
BRADBURY                                William
BRADFORD                                John
BRADLEY                                 James
BRADLEY                                 James
BRANAGAN/BRANNAGAN/BRANNEGAN/BRANEGAN   James
BRAND/BRYN                              Curtis
BRANHAM                                 Mary
BRAUND                                  Mary
BREWER                                  William
BRICE                                   William
BRINDLEY                                John
BROUGH                                  William
BROWN                                   James
BROWN                                   Richard
BROWN                                   Thomas
BROWN                                   Thomas/John
BROWN                                   William
BROWN                                   William French
BRUCE                                   Elizabeth
BRUCE                   Robert
BRYANT                  John
BRYANT                  Michael
BRYANT                  Thomas
BRYANT                  William
BUCKLEY                 Joseph
BUNN/BURN               Margaret
BURDO/BORDEAUX          Sarah
BURKITT                 Mary/Martha/Patience/Pacence
BURLEY/BURLEIGH         James
BURN                    Patrick
BURN                    Peter
BURN                    Simon
BURNE                   James
BURRIDGE                Samuel
BUTLER                  William
CABLE/KABLE/CABELL      Henry
CAESAR                  John
CAMPBELL                James
CAMPBELL                James/George/John
CAREY                   Ann
CARNEY                  John
CARROLL                 Mary
CARTER/CARTWRIGHT       Richard
CARTY                   Francis
CARVER                  Joseph
CASTLE                  James/John
CHAAF                   William
CHADWICK/CHADDICK       Thomas
CHANIN                  Edward
CHILDS/CHIELDS          William
CHINERY                 Samuel
CHURCH                  William
CLARK                   Elizabeth
CLARK/HOSIER            James/John/Charles
CLARKE                  John
CLARKE                  William
CLAYTON/KAYTON/HAYTON   George
CLARE/CLEAR             George
CLEAVER                 Mary
CLEMENTS                Thomas
CLEUGH/CLOUGH/CLUGH     Richard
COFFIN                  John
COLE                    Elizabeth
COLE                    Elizabeth
COLE                    William
COLLEY                  Elizabeth
COLLIER/CULLY           Richard
COLLINS/COLLING         Joseph
COLMAN                      Ishmael
COLPITTS                    Ann
CONELLY                     Cornelius
CONNELLY                    William
CONNOLLY                    William
COOK                        Charlotte
COOMBES                     Ann
COOPER                      Mary
COPP                        James
CORDEN/CORDELL/CALDWALL     James
CORMICK/CORBET              Edward
COX                         James
COX                         John Mathew/Massy
CREAMER                     John
CREEK/CREEKE                Jane
CROPPER                     John
CROSS                       John
CROSS                       William
CROWDER                     Thomas Restell
CUCKOW/COOK/CUCKOO/COOKES   William
CUDLIP/NORRIS               Jacob
CULLEN/CULLEIN              James Bryan
CULLYHORN/CALLAGHAN         John
CUNNINGHAM                  Edward
CUSS                        John/Hannaboy
DALEY/DEALEY                James
DALTON/BURLEY/BURLEIGH      Elizabeth
DALY                        Ann
DANIELS/DANNIELLS           Daniel
DARNELL/DARLING/DOWLING     Margaret
DAVISON/DAVIDSON            Rebecca
DAVIES/DAVIS/ASHLEY/DAVIS   Sarah
DAVIS                       Aaron
DAVIS                       Ann
DAVIS                       Edward
DAVIS                       Frances
DAVIS                       James
DAVIS/DAVIES                Mary
DAVIS                       Richard
DAVIS                       Samuel
DAVIS                       William
DAVIS                       William
DAVISON/DAVIDSON            John
DAWSON                      Margaret
DAY                         Richard
DAY                         Samuel
DELANY                      Patrick
DENNISON/DENISON/DENESON    Barnaby
DENNISON                    Michael
DICKENSON                          Mary
DIXON/DICKSON                      Thomas
DISCALL/DRISCAL                    Timothy
DIXON                              Mary
DODDING/DODDEN/DORREN              James
DOUGLAS                            William
DOWLAND/DOLAND/DOOLAN              Ferdinand
DRING                              William
DUDGEON/DUDGENS                    Elizabeth
DUNDAS                             Jane
DUNNAGE                            Joseph
DUTTON                             Ann
DYER                               Leonard
DYKES/DIKES/DIX                    Mary
EARLE/EARL                         William
EARLEY/HURLEY/EARLY/HARLEY/ARLLY   Rachel
EATON                              Martha
ECCLES/HECCLES                     Thomas
EDMUNDS/EDMONDS                    William
EDWARDS                            William
EGGLESTONE                         George
EGGLETON/EAGLETON                  William
ELLAM/ELIAS                        Deborah
ELLAM                              Peter/Edward
ELLIOTT/TRIMBY                     Joseph
ELLIOTT                            William/Edward
ENGLISH                            Nicholas
EVANS                              Elizabeth
EVANS                              William
EVERETT                            John
EVERINGHAM                         Matthew James
FARLEY                             William
FARMER                             Ann
FARRELL                            Phillip
FENTUM                             Benjamin
FERGUSON                           John
FIELD                              Jane
FIELD                              William
FINICY/FILLESEY/TILLESBY           Thomas
FENLOW/FINDLOW                     John
FINN/PHYN                          Mary
FITZGERALD                         Elizabeth
FITZGERALD                         Jane
FLARTY                             Phebe
FLINN/FLYN                         Edward
FORBES                             Ann
FORRESTER                          Robert
FOWKES/FOLKES                      Francis
FOWLES                             Ann
FOWNES                               Margaret
FOYLE                                William
FRANCIS                              William
FRANCISCO                            George
FRASER/REDCHESTER/FRAZER             Ellen/Eleanor
FRASER                               William
FREEMAN                              James
FREEMAN                              Robert
FRY                                  George
FULLER                               John
GABEL/GAMBEL/GABLE/GAMBOL            Mary
GARDNER/GARDENER                     Francis
GARLAND                              Francis
GARTH                                Edward
GARTH/GOUGH/GRAH/GRATES              Susannah
GASCOIGNE/GASKINS/GASKINS/GASCKING   Olive/Olivia
GEARING                              Thomas
GEORGE                               Ann
GUEST/GESS                           George
GLENTON                              Thomas
GLOSTER/GLOCESTER/GLOUCESTER         William
GOODWIN                              Andrew
GOODWIN/GOODWINE                     Edward
GORDON                               Daniel/Janel
GOULD                                John
GRACE                                James
GRANGER                              Charles
GRAY/GREY                            Charles/Patrick
GREEN/COWLEY                         Ann
GREEN                                Hannah
GREEN                                John
GREEN                                Mary
GREENWELL                            Nicholas
GREENWOOD                            Mary
GRIFFITHS/GREEFIES                   Samuel
GRIFFITHS                            Thomas
GROVES                               Mary
GUNTHER/GUNTER                       William
HAGLEY/AGLEY                         Richard
HAINES/HAYNES                        Joseph
HALL                                 Elizabeth
HALL                                 John
HALL                                 Joseph
HALL                                 Margaret
HALL                                 Samuel
HALL/HAMMOND                         Sarah
HAMILTON                             Maria
HAMLYN/HAMLIN                        William
HANDFORD/HANFORD                     John
HANDLAND/GRAY                     Dorothy
HENLEY/HANDY/HANDLEY              Cooper
HARBEN/HARBINE                    Joseph
HARPER/HARPUR                     Joshua
HARRIS                            John
HARRIS                            William
HARRISON                          Joseph
HARRISON                          Joseph
HARRISON                          Mary
HARRISON                          Mary
HART                              Catherine
HART                              Frances
HART                              John
HART                              John
HARTLEY                           John
HARWOOD/HOWARD                    Esther
HATCH                             John
HATCHER                           John
HATFIELD                          William
HATHEWAY/HATHAWAY                 Henry
HATTON/HATTOM                     Joseph
HAWKES                            Richard
HAYDON/HADON/HAIDON               John
HAYES                             Dennis
HAYES                             John
HAYNES/HAINES                     William
HAYWARD                           Elizabeth
HEADING                           James
HEADINGTON/HEDDINGTON/EDDINGTON   Thomas
HENRY                             Catherine
HERBERT                           Jane
HERBERT                           John
HERBERT                           John
HERVEY/HARVEY                     Elizabeth
HILL                              John
HILL                              John
HILL                              Mary
HILL                              Thomas
HILL                              Thomas
HILT/HITT                         William
HINDLE/INGLE/ENGLE                Ottiwell/Ottawel/Oataway
HINDLEY                           William
HIPPSLEY/HIPESLEY                 Elizabeth
HOGG                              William
HOLLAND                           William
HOLLISTER                         Job
HOLLOGIN/HOLLIGIN                 Elizabeth
HOLLOWAY                          James
HOLMES                            Susannah
HOLMES                              William
HORNE                               Henry
HORTOPP                             James
HOWARD                              John
HOWARD                              Thomas
HOWELL/HAWELL                       Thomas
HUBBARD                             William
HUBBARD/HUSBAND                     William
HUDSON                              John
HUFFNELL                            Susannah
HUGHES                              Frances Ann
HUGHES                              Hugh
HUGHES                              John
HUGHES                              Thomas
HUMPHREYS                           Edward
HUMPHREYS                           Henry
HUMPHRIES/HUMFRIES                  Mary
HURLEY                              Jeremiah
HUSSEY                              Samuel/James
HYLIDS/ILLID/EYLIDD                 Thomas
INETT                               Ann
INGRAM/INGRAHAM                     Benjamin
IRVINE/IRVIN                        John
JACKSON                             Jane
JACKSON                             Mary
JACKSON                             William
JACKSON                             Hannah
JACOBS                              David
JACOBS                              John
JEMMISON/JAMISON/JAMMISON/JAMESON   James/John
JEFFRIES                            John
JEFFRIES                            Robert
JENKINS                             Robert
JENKINS                             William
JEPP/JEFF/GEPP                      John
JOHNS                               Stephen
JOHNSON                             Catherine
JOHNSON                             Charles
JOHNSON                             Edward
JOHNSON                             Mary
JOHNSON                             William
JONES                               Edward
JONES                               Francis
JONES                               John
JONES                               Margaret
JONES                               Richard
JONES                               Thomas
JONES                               Thomas
JONES                               William
JOSEPHS                                   Thomas
KEELING/KELLAN                            John Herbert
KELLY                                     Thomas
KENNEDY                                   Martha
KIDNER/KIDNEY                             Thomas
KILBY                                     William
KILPACK/KILLPACK                          David
KIMBERLY                                  Edward
KING                                      John
KNOWLER/NOWLAND                           John
LA/RUE/LARNE/LU/RIEW/LA/RUE/LARNE/LAREW   James
LAMBETH                                   John
LANE                                      William
LANGLEY                                   Jane
LANKEY                                    David
LARAH/ZARAH                               Flora/Laura
LAVELL/LOVELL                             Henry
LAWRELL                                   John
LAWRENCE/LAURENCE                         Mary
LAYCOCK/HAYCOCK/HAYLOCK                   Caroline
LE/GROVE                                  Stephen
LEARY                                     Jeremiah
LEARY                                     John
LEE/LEES                                  Elizabeth
LEGG/LEGGE                                George
LEMON                                     Isaac
LEONARD/LEONELL                           Elizabeth
LEVY                                      Amelia/Mary
LEVY                                      Joseph
LEWIS                                     Sophia
LIGHTFOOT                                 Samuel
LIMEBURNER                                John
LIMPUS                                    Thomas
LISK/LIST/LISKE                           George
LLOYD/LOYD/LYDE                           John
LOCK                                      Elizabeth
LOCKLEY/LOCKLY/LOCKEY                     John
LONG                                      Joseph
LONG                                      Mary
LONGSTREET                                Joseph
LOVE                                      Mary
LUCAS                                     Nathaniel
LYNCH                                     Ann
LYNCH                                     Humphrey
LYNE/LANE                                 Richard
MacCORMACK/McCORMACK/McCORMICK            Sarah
MacENTIRE/MacINTIRE/McINTIRE              John
MACKEY/MACKIE/MACKRIE                     James
MacCLEAN                                  Edward
MacLEAN/McLEAN                           Francis
MacLEAN                                  Thomas
MANSFIELD                                John
MARINER                                  William
MARNEY/MARRINER/MARINER                  William
MARRIOTT/MERRIT//MARRIOT                 Jane
MARROTT/MERRITT/MARRIOTT                 John
MARSHALL                                 Joseph
MARSHALL(1)                              Mary
MARSHALL(2)                              Mary
MARTIN                                   Abraham
MARTIN                                   Ann
MARTIN/MARTYN                            James
MARTIN                                   John
MARTIN/MATHER                            Mary
MARTIN/MARTYN                            Stephen
MARTIN                                   Thomas
MASON                                    Betty/Elizabeth
MASON/GIBBS                              Susannah
MATHER/MATTHEWS                          Ann
MATSON                                   Thomas
MAY                                      Richard
McCABE                                   Eleanor
McCORMACK/McCORMICK                      Mary
McDALE/McDEED/DADE/DEANE                 Richard
McDONALD                                 Alexander
McDONAUGH                                James
McGRAH/McGRATH                           Redman/Redmond
McLAUGHLIN/McLELLAN/McLENNAN/MacLAULIN   Charles
M cNAMARA                                William
MEECH/MEACH                              Jane
MESSIAH/MASSIAS                          Jacob
MIDDLETON                                Richard
MIDGLEY                                  Samuel
MILES/MOYLE                              Edward
MILLS/HILL                               Mathew/John
MILTON                                   Charles
MITCHCRAFT/BEACHCROFT                    Mary
MITCHELL                                 Mary
MITCHELL                                 Nathaniel
MOBBS                                    Samuel
MOLLANDS/MULLINS                         John
MOOD                                     Charles
MOORE/RANSMORE                           William
MORAN/MOORIN/MOREING/MOSEING/MORIN       John
MORGAN                                   Richard
MORGAN                                   Robert
MORGAN                                   William
MORLEY/MAWLEY                            Joseph
MORRIS                               Peter
MORRISBY                             James/John
MORTIMER                             John
MORTIMER                             Noah
MORTON/MOULTON                       Mary
MOSELEY/MORLEY                       John
MOULD                                William
MOWBRAY/MOUBREY                      John
MULCOCK/MOCOCK/MULLOCK/MOLOCK/MULCOCKJesse
MULLENS                              Hannah/Hanna
MULLIS/MULLOT                        Stephen
MUNRO                                Lydia/Letitia
MURPHY                               James
MURPHY                               William
NEAL                                 James
NEALE/NEAL                           John
NEEDHAM                              Elizabeth
NETTLETON                            Robert
NICHOLLS                             John
NORTON                               Phebe
NOWLAND/NEWLAND                      John
NUNN                                 Robert
NURSE                                John
O‟CRAFT/OAKRAFT                      John
OGDEN                                James
OKEY                                 William
OLDFIELD                             Isabella
OLDFIELD                             Thomas
OPLEY/HOPLEY                         Peter
ORFORD/AWEFORD/ALFORD/HARTFORD/OXFORDThomas
OSBORNE/JONES                        Elizabeth
OSBORNE/OSBORN/HOSBURN               Thomas
OWEN                                 John
OWEN                                 Joseph
OWLES                                John
PAGE                                 Paul
PAGET                                Joseph
PALMER                               John Henry
PARE/PANE                            William
PARISH                               William
PARKER                               Elizabeth
PARKER                               John
PARKER                               Mary
PARKINSON/PARTINGTON                 Jane
PARR                                 William
PARRIS                               Peter
PARRY                                Edward
PARRY                                Sarah
PARSLEY                              Ann
PARTRIDGE/RICE                          Richard
PARTRIDGE                               Sarah
PEAT/PEET                               Charles
PEAULET/PEALLET/POWLETT/PULET/POWLETT   James
PECK                                    Joshua
PENNY/PINNEY/PINKEY                     John
PERCIVAL/PERCIVALL                      Richard
PERKINS                                 Edward
PERROTT/PARRETT/BEARCROFT/PARKINS       Edward
PETHERICK/PEDERICK/PATRICK/PEDRICK      John
PETRIE                                  John
PETTITT/PETIT                           John
PEYTON                                  Samuel
PHILLIMORE                              Richard/William
PHILLIPS                                Mary
PHILLIPS                                Richard
PIGOTT/PICKETT                          Samuel
PILES                                   Mary
PINDER                                  Mary
PIPKIN                                  Elizabeth
PONTIE                                  John
POOLE                                   Jane
POORE/POWER/POWER/POOR                  William
POPE                                    David
POWELL                                  Ann
POWER                                   John
PRICE                                   James
PRICE                                   John
PRIOR/FRYER                             Catherine
PRIOR                                   Thomas
PRITCHARD                               Thomas
PUGH                                    Edward
PULLEY/POWLEY/POOLEY                    Elizabeth
RADFORD/REDFORD/RATFORD                 William
RAMSAY                                  John
RANDALL/REYNOLDS                        John
RAYMOND/REYMOND                         George
READ/REED                               Ann
READ/REED                               William
REARDON/BARTLETT                        Bartholomew
REPEAT                                  Charles
RICE                                    John
RICHARDS                                David
RICHARDS                                James
RICHARDS                                James
RICHARDS                                John
RICHARDSON                              Hardwicke
RICHARDSON                              James
RICHARDSON/MANN                         John
RICHARDSON/RICHARDS                     Samuel
RICHARDSON                              William
RICKSON                                 William
RISBY                                   Edward
ROACH                                   Henry
ROBERTS                                 John
ROBERTS                                 William
ROBINS                                  John
ROBINSON                                George
ROBINSON                                George
ROBINSON                                Joseph/Thomas
ROBINSON                                William
ROGERS                                  Daniel
ROGERS                                  Isaac
ROLT                                    Mary
ROMAINE/ROMAIN                          John
ROMAN/KNOWLAND/RONAN/ROWLAND            Andrew
ROPE                                    Anthony
ROSSON                                  Isabella
ROWE                                    John
ROWE                                    William
RUFFLER                                 John
RUGLASS/RUGGLES                         John
RUSE/RUCE                               James
RUSSELL/RUSSEL                          John
RUTH                                    Robert
RYAN                                    John
SALTMARSH                               William
SAMPSON                                 Peter
SANDLIN/LINES/SANDLAND/SANDILON/LYNES   Ann
SANDS                                   William
SAUNDERSON                              Thomas
SCATTERGOOD                             Robert
SCOTT                                   Elizabeth
SELSHIRE                                Samuel
SEYMOUR                                 John
SHARP                                   George
SHAW                                    Joseph
SHEERS/SHIERS                           James
SHEPHARD/HAYDON/EATON/SHEPPARD/HAYDEN   Mary
SHEPHERD/SHEPPARD                       Robert
SHERMAN/SHEARMAN                        William
SHORE                                   John
SHORE                                   William
SIDAWAY/SIDEWAY                         Robert
SILVERTHORN                             John
SLATER                                  Sarah
SMALL                                   John
SMART                                   Daniel
SMART                                    Richard
SMITH                                    Ann
SMITH                                    Ann
SMITH                                    Ann
SMITH                                    Catherine
SMITH                                    Catherine
SMITH                                    Edward
SMITH                                    Edward
SMITH                                    Hannah
SMITH                                    James
SMITH                                    John
SMITH                                    John
SMITH                                    Mary
SMITH                                    Thomas
SMITH                                    William
SMITH                                    William
SMITH                                    William
SMITH                                    William
SMITH                                    Thomas
SNAILHAM/SNALEHAM/SNAILAM/STRACHAN       William
SPARKES                                  Henry/Thomas
SPENCE                                   John
SPENCER                                  Daniel
SPENCER/SPENCE                           Mary
SPRINGHAM                                Mary
SPRINGMORE                               Charlotte
SQUIRES/SQUIRE                           James
STANLEY                                  William
STANTON/EBDEN/IBDEN/ABDIN/ELDON          Thomas
STEPHENS/MORRIS                          John
STEWART/STUART                           James
STEWART/STUART                           Margaret
STOGDELL/STOCKDALE                       John
STOKOE                                   John
STONE                                    Charles
STONE                                    Martin
STOW/STOWE                               James
STRETCH                                  Thomas
STRONG                                   James
SUMMERS/SUMMER                           John
TAYLOR                                   Henry
TAYLOR                                   Joshua
TAYLOR                                   Sarah
TEAGUE                                   Cornelius
                                         John
TENHEL/TENCHALL/TENNYHILL/TENIHILE/TENNINGHILL/HILL/DANIEL
TENNANT                                  Thomas Hilton
THACKERY                                 Elizabeth
THODIE/IVES/THOUDY/THODY                 James
THOMAS                                   Elizabeth
THOMAS                         James
THOMAS                         James/Richard
THOMAS                         John
THOMPSON                       James
THOMPSON                       William
THOMPSON                       William/Jeremy
THORNTON                       Ann
TILL/TILLEY                    Thomas
TILLEY                         Thomas
TIMMINS/TUNMINS                Thomas
TODD                           Nicholas
TRACE                          John
TRIPPETT                       Susannah
TROTTER                        Joseph
TUCKER                         Moses
TURNER                         John
TURNER                         John
TURNER                         Ralph
TURNER                         Thomas
TURNER/WILKES                  Mary
TUSO/TUZO/TOOZO                Joseph
TWINEHAM/TWYMAN/TWYNEHAM       William
TWYFIELD/DAWLEY                Ann
TWYFIELD/PHYFIELD/FYFIELD      Roger
TYRRELL                        William
UNDERWOOD                      James
USHER                          John
VARNDELL                       Edward
VICKERY                        William
VINCENT                        Henry
WADE/COCKRAN/COCLIN/CACKLANE   Mary
WAGER                          Benjamin
WAINWRIGHT/ECCLES/MAINWRIGHT   Ellen/Esther
WALBOURNE/WALBURN/WALDBOURN    James
WALKER                         John
WALL                           William
WALSH                          William
WARD                           Ann
WARD                           John
WARE/WEAR                      Charlotte
WATERHOUSE                     William
WATKINS                        Mary
WATSON                         John
WATSON                         Thomas
WELCH                          John
WELCH                          John
WELCH                          John Coen
WELSH/WELCH                    James
WEST                           George
WESTLAKE                Edward
WESTWOOD                John
WHEELER                 Samuel
WHITAKER                George
WHITE/WIGHT             James
WHITING/WHITEING        William
WHITTON/WHITTEN         Edward
WICKHAM                 Mary
WIDDICOMBE/WEDDICOMB    Richard
WILCOCKS/WILCOX         Samuel
WILDING/WARREN          John
WILLCOCKS/WILCOCKS      Richard
WILLIAMS                Charles
WILLIAMS                Daniel
WILLIAMS                Frances
WILLIAMS                James
WILLIAMS                John
WILLIAMS                John
WILLIAMS                Mary
WILLIAMS                Robert
WILLIAMS/CREAMER        Peter
WILLIAMS/FLOYD          John
WILSON                  Charles
WILSON                  John
WILSON                  Mary
WILSON                  Peter
WILTON/WHILTON/WILSON   William
WISEHAMMER              John
WOOD                    George
WOOD                    Mark
WOOD/BRAND              Lucy
WOODCOCK                Francis
WOODCOCK                Peter
WOODHAM                 Samuel
WOOLCOTT/WOOLCOT        John
WORSDELL/WORDALE        William
WRIGHT                  Ann
WRIGHT                  Benjamin
WRIGHT                  James
WRIGHT                  Joseph
WRIGHT                  Thomas
WRIGHT                  William
YARDSLEY/YASLEY         Thomas
YEATS/YATES             Nancy
YOUNG                   John
YOUNG                   Simon
YOUNGSON/YOUNGSTER      Elizabeth
YOUNGSON                George
Alternative Names                         Age leaving england   Gender
                                            -1 == unknown
                         Able                      15           M
TILLEY                                             30           F
                                                   20           F
                                                   28           M
                                                   47           M
                                                   29           F
                                                   27           M
                                                   29           M
                                                   20           M
                                                   45           M
                                                   28           F
                                                   22           F
                                                   -1           F
BODDINGTON                                         32           F
                                                   24           M
                                                   32           F
                                                   30           F
                                                   26           M
                                                   24           M
                                                   31           M
                                                   20           M
                                                   22           M
                                                   -1           F
                                                   20           M
                         Eyres Hares               24           M
                         Bales                     21           M
                                                   25           F
                                                   23           M
                                                   32           M
                                                   25           F
                                                   51           M
                                                   19           M
                                                   27           F
                         Barferd                   20           M
                                                   20           M
                                                   -1           M
                         Barrett Barney            30           M
                         Barnard Burton            43           M
                                                   29           M
                                                   19           M
                                                   -1           M
                                                   23           M
                                                   -1           M
                                                   30           F
BUCKLEY, John                                      23           M
ROUS/ROUSE/ROWSE, John                             27           M
Bailey                                 41       M
Busley                                 37       M
                                        -1      M
Beazley Baizley                        21       F
                                       70       F
                                       25       M
                                       17       F
Billet                                 21       M
                                       32
Benier Benare Bines Bins Benner Benere Binner   M
                                       18       M
                                       27       M
Biggins                                 -1      F
                                       33       M
                                       45       F
                                       39       M
                                       23       M
                                       23       M
                                       25       M
                                       21       M
                                       24       F
                                       28       M
                                       28       M
                                       30       M
                                       20       M
                                       29       F
                                       21       M
                                       31       M
                                       22       F
                                       26       F
                                       30       M
                                       27       M
                                       28       M
                                       23       M
                                       24       M
Brannagan Brannegan Branegan           30       M
Bryn                                   23       M
                                       17       F
                                       20       F
                                       34       M
                                       16       M
                                       27       M
                                       39       M
                                       22       M
                                       36       M
                                       25       M
                                       22       M
                                       26       M
                                       29       M
                                       29       F
                               31   M
                               29   M
                               20   M
                               21   M
                               29   M
                               39   M
                    Burn       25   F
                    Bordeaux   23   F
VALENTINE, Martha              30   F
                               16   M
                               26   M
                               31   M
                               30   M
                               33   M
                               61   M
                               20   M
                    Cabell     20   M
BLACK CAESAR                   23   M
                               23   M
                               28   M
                               21   F
                               18   M
                               36   F
                               44   M
                               31   M
                               28   M
                               28   M
                               24   M
                    Chaddick   25   M
                               44   M
                    Chields    23   M
                               20   M
                               28   M
                               20   F
                               33   M
                               26   M
                               23   M
                               23   M
                               53   M
                               27   F
                               23   M
                    Clugh      26   M
                               25   M
MARSHALL                       20   F
                               26   F
                               23   M
                               22   F
                               22   M
                    Colling    20   M
                                   32   M
                                   28   F
                                   24   M
                                   26   M
                                   26   M
                                   20   F
                                   27   F
                                   37   F
                                   40   M
                Cordell Caldwall   18   M
                Corbet             24   M
                                   27   M
BANBURY JACK                       32   M
                                   18   M
                Creeke             48   F
                                   31   M
                                   31   M
                                   23   M
RISDALE                            32   M
                Cuckoo Cookes      38   M
                                   39   M
                Cullein            33   M
                Callaghan          31   M
                                   21   M
                                   42   M
                Dealey             24   M
                Burleigh           20   F
WARBURTON                          -1   F
                Danniells          21   M
                Darling Dowling    20   F
                Davidson           28   F
                Davis              26   F
                                   24   M
JONES, Judith                      29   F
                                   33   M
                                   22   F
                                   27   M
BISHOP          Davies             25   F
                                   28   M
                                   17   M
                                   57   M
                                   23   M
                Davidson           19   M
                                   17   F
                                   22   M
                                   21   M
                                   25   M
                Denison Deneson    28   M
                                   19   M
                                           26   F
RAW, Ralph                                 22   M
                                           38   M
                                           41   F
DORING         Dodden Dorren               22   M
                                           24   M
                                           32   M
                                           17   M
                                           23   F
                                           29   F
                                           30   M
                                           25   F
                                           27   M
                                           29   F
               Earl                        24   M
               Hurley Early Harley Arlly   25   F
BEDDINGFIELD                               25   F
               Heccles                     48   M
               Edmonds                     29   M
                                           34   M
                                           27   M
BONES                                      31   M
                                           20   F
                                           19   M
                                           20   M
                                           26   M
                                           17   M
JONES                                      28   F
                                           37   M
                                           25   M
                                           18   M
                                           17   M
                                           62   F
                                           24   M
                                           27   M
                                           28   M
                                           57   F
                                           25   M
                                           29   M
HARVEY                                     21   M
               Fenn                        26   F
                                           26   F
PHILLIPS                                   30   F
                                           15   F
                                           27   M
                                           19   F
                                           28   M
               Folkes                      -1   M
                                           22   F
                                                 45   F
                                                 27   M
                                                 24   M
                                                 22   M
                          Frazer                 22   F
                                                 -1   M
                                                 19   M
                                                 29   M
                                                 25   M
SAXBY, William; HUMPHREYS, Robert                35   M
                           Gambel Gable Gambol   37   F
                                                 17   M
                                                 26   M
                                                 23   M
                          Gough Grah Grates      24   F
                          Gaskins Gascking       24   F
                                                 43   M
                                                 22   F
                                                 20   M
                                                 22   M
                          Glocester Gloucester   38   M
                                                 20   M
                          Goodwine               22   M
                                                 47   M
                                                 45   M
                                                 18   M
                                                 28   M
                          Grey                   36   M
                                                 28   F
                                                 31   F
                                                 61   M
                                                 -1   F
                                                 29   M
                                                 24   F
BRISCOE/BRISCOW; BUTCHER                         35   M
                                                 28   M
                                                 30   F
                                                 23   M
                                                 42   M
                          Haynes                 18   M
                                                 18   F
                                                 29   M
                                                 31   M
                                                 22   F
                                                 -1   M
                                                 46   F
                                                 33   F
                          Hamlin                 59   M
                          Hanford                27   M
                                      61   F
                       Handley        33   M
                                      21   M
                       Harpur         34   M
                                      27   M
                                      32   M
                                      26   M
                                      27   M
                                      34   F
                                      25   F
                                      19   F
                                      36   F
                                      28   M
                                      46   M
                                      50   M
                                      36   F
                                      47   M
                                      37   M
                                      30   M
                       Hathaway       22   M
                       Hattom         39   M
                                      36   M
                       Hadon Haidon   31   M
                                      20   M
                                      22   M
                                      32   M
                                      14   F
                                      30   M
                       Eddington      29   M
                                      36   F
ROSE; RUSSELL, Jenny                  40   F
                                      20   M
                                      26   M
                       Harvey         30   F
                                      28   M
                                      34   M
                                      20   F
                                      29   M
                                      28   M
                       Hitt           17   M
                                      -1   M
PLATT                                 21   M
                       Hipesley       30   F
                                      39   M
                                      31   M
                                      21   M
                                      -1   F
                                      27   M
                                      22   F
                                            24   M
                                            24   M
                                            34   M
                                            24   M
                                            32   M
                                            28   M
                                            19   M
                                            24   M
                                            13   M
                                            22   F
                                            32   F
                                            26   M
                                            21   M
                                            24   M
                                            21   M
                                            21   M
                         Humfries           30   F
                                            23   M
                                            33   M
DRAKE, Charles           Illid Eylidd       32   M
                                            30   F
                                            18   M
ADERSON; ANDERSON; LAW                      26   M
ROBERTS, Esther                             30   F
                                            21   F
                                            25   M
                                            30   F
                                            27   M
                                            21   M
                         Jammison Jameson   27   M
                                            26   M
                                            31   M
BROWN, George                               55   M
                                            24   M
                         Gepp               27   M
                                            19   M
                                            17   F
                                            23   M
                                            29   M
                                            23   F
                                            24   M
                                            23   M
                                            -1   M
                                            26   M
                                            38   F
                                            34   M
                                            23   M
                                            21   M
                                            21   M
                                        27   M
                                        22   M
                                        23   M
                                        31   F
                                        23   M
                                        51   M
           Killpack                     27   M
                                        22   M
                                        33   M
                                        25   M
           Lu Riew La rue Larne Larew   21   M
                                        24   M
                                        33   M
                                        22   F
                                        24   M
           Zarah                        -1   F
           Lovell                       23   M
                                        27   M
           Laurence                     30   F
                                        22   F
                                        29   M
                                        22   M
                                        24   M
           Lees                         24   F
           Legge                        24   M
                                        25   M
                                        33   F
Mary                                    19   F
                                        21   M
                                        29   F
                                        23   M
                                        32   M
                                        26   M
           Liske                        28   M
                                        22   M
                                        23   F
           Lockly Lockey                22   M
                                        27   M
                                        -1   F
                                        32   M
                                        60   F
                                        23   M
                                        40   F
                                        24   M
                                        26   M
CORNWALL   McCormack McCormick          20   F
           McIntire                     32   M
           Mackrie                      25   M
                                        43   M
         McLean                  19   M
                                 18   M
                                 17   M
                                 24   M
         Mariner                 28   M
         Merrit Marriot          -1   F
         Merritt Marriott        35   M
                                 33   M
                                 29   F
                                 19   F
                                 42   M
                                 17   F
                                 26   M
                                 29   M
                                 -1   F
         Martyn                  38   M
                                 22   M
                                 22   F
                                 49   F
         Matthews                14   F
                                 27   M
                                 24   M
                                 24   F
         McCormick               33   F
                                 33   M
                                 29   M
                                 35   M
                                 30   M
         McLennan MacLaulin      15   M
                                 24   M
         Meach                   29   F
                                 16   M
                                 27   M
                                 21   M
                                 25   M
                                 24   M
                                 34   M
                                 16   F
                                 19   F
                                 36   M
                                 23   M
         Mullins                 21   M
MILLER                           25   M
                                 29   M
         Moreing Moseing Morin   32   M
                                 25   M
                                 24   M
                                 19   M
         Mawley                  26   M
                                                28   M
                                                30   M
                                                54   M
                                                26   M
               Moulton                          20   F
SHORE          Morley                           29   M
                                                28   M
               Moubrey                          25   M
               Mulcock                          25   M
               Hanna                            27   F
                                                25   M
                                                17   F
                                                44   M
                                                -1   M
                                                18   M
               Neal                             33   M
                                                25   F
                                                29   M
                                                27   M
                                                31   F
               Newland                          32   M
                                                28   M
MUNROE                                          17   M
                                                38   M
                                                19   M
                                                19   M
                                                25   F
                                                24   M
               Hopley                           19   M
               Aweford Alford Hartford Oxford   25   M
                                                30   F
               Osborn Hosburn                   23   M
                                                18   M
                                                67   M
                                                35   M
                                                -1   M
                                                26   M
                                                22   M
                                                47   M
POTTER                                          -1   M
                                                23   F
                                                25   M
                                                28   F
MARSDEN, Ann   Partington                       22   F
                                                -1   M
                                                27   M
                                                57   M
                                                28   F
                                                15   F
                Rice                            30   M
ROBERTS                                         22   F
                                                28   M
                Peallet Powlett Pulet Powlett   -1   M
                                                31   M
                Pinney Pinkey                   32   M
                Percivall                       23   M
                                                57   M
                Parkins                         -1   M
                Pederick Patrick Pedrick        39   M
                                                22   M
                                                29   M
                                                19   M
                                                33   M
                                                33   F
                                                22   M
                                                26   M
                                                20   F
                                                21   F
                                                -1   F
                                                27   M
                                                19   F
                Power Poor                      21   M
                                                34   M
                                                35   F
                                                24   M
                                                26   M
                                                22   M
                                                24   F
                                                31   M
                                                22   M
                                                22   M
                Pooley                          24   F
MEYNELL, John   Redford Ratford                 25   M
                                                25   M
                                                22   M
                                                31   M
                                                22   F
                                                31   M
                Bartlett                        62   M
                                                20   M
                                                27   M
                                                23   M
                                                23   M
                                                20   M
WILLIAMS                                        56   M
                                                -1   M
                                                20   M
                                                27   M
         Richards                  21   M
                                   25   M
                                   21   M
                                   29   M
                                   26   M
                                   -1   M
                                   31   M
MAJORS                             27   M
                                   17   M
                                   38   M
                                   24   M
                                   24   M
                                   33   M
                                   25   M
                                   29   F
         Romain                    21   M
                                   32   M
                                   28   M
                                   33   F
                                   30   M
                                   32   M
                                   27   M
         Ruggles                   22   M
         Ruce                      28   M
         Russel                    64   M
                                   22   M
BRYANT                             23   M
                                   17   M
                                   -1   M
PATTEN   Sandland Sandilon Lynes   30   F
                                   27   M
                                   22   M
                                   35   M
                                   -1   F
                                   23   M
                                   26   M
                                   39   M
                                   35   M
                                   40   M
         Sheppard Hayden           22   F
         Sheppard                  32   M
                                   25   M
                                   37   M
                                   19   M
         Sideway                   29   M
                                   24   M
                                   30   F
                                   26   M
                                   32   M
                                                            23   M
                                                            30   F
                                                            -1   F
                                                            -1   F
                                                            35   F
                                                            -1   F
                                                            30   M
                                                            30   M
                                                            29   F
                                                            20   M
                                                            35   M
                                                            23   M
                                                            25   F
                                                            24   M
                                                            29   M
                                                            -1   M
                                                            21   M
                                                            31   M
HAINES/HAYNES     Haynes Harries                            30   M
                  Snaleham Snailam Strachan                 21   M
                                                            29   M
PEARCE                                                      28   M
                                                            24   M
                  Spence                                    19   F
                                                            21   F
                                                            30   F
                  Squire                                    33   M
                                                            47   M
                  Ibden Abdin Eldon                         27   M
                                                            22   M
                  Stuart                                    30   M
                  Stuart                                    25   F
                                                            25   M
                                                            34   M
                                                            20   M
                                                            23   M
                  Stowe                                     25   M
                                                            33   M
                                                            34   M
                  Summer                                    34   M
                                                            33   M
                                                            19   M
                                                            32   F
                                                            41   M
                  Tenchall Tennyhill Tenihile Hill Daniel   19   M
DIVINE, Phillip                                             27   M
                                                            20   F
                  Thoudy Thody                              28   M
                                                            20   F
                       23   M
                       22   M
                       23   M
                       40   M
                       31   M
                       33   M
                       32   F
          Tilley       23   M
                       41   M
                       19   M
                       -1   M
                       33   M
                       21   F
                       25   M
                       35   M
                       28   M
                       47   M
                       38   M
                       47   M
                       21   F
          Toozo        17   M
          Twyneham     24   M
                       29   F
                       27   M
                       28   M
                       44   M
                       18   M
                       28   M
                       25   M
                       27   M
          Coclin       32   F
                       21   M
          Mainwright   18   F
          Waldbourn    22   M
                       22   M
HARDING                23   M
                       34   M
                       20   F
                       17   M
                       25   F
                       34   M
                       21   F
                       33   M
                       18   M
                       57   M
                       24   M
                       27   M
          Welch        28   M
                       19   M
                                      -1   M
                                      35   M
                                      28   M
                                      27   M
                     Wight            -1   M
                     Whiteing         25   M
                     Whitten          36   M
                                      35   F
                     Weddicomb        23   M
                                      25   M
                                      37   M
                     Wilcocks         25   M
MAGEE, Christopher                    25   M
                                      48   M
                                      -1   F
BLACK JEMMY                           20   M
                                      43   M
BLACK JACK                            18   M
                                      39   F
                                      24   M
FLAGGETT                              23   M
                                      32   M
                                      26   M
                                      -1   M
                                      47   F
                                      20   M
                     Whilton Wilson   43   M
                                      18   M
                                      23   M
                                      24   M
                                      33   F
                                      48   M
                                      24   M
                                      20   M
                     Woolcot          47   M
                     Wordale          58   M
                                      33   F
                                      18   M
                                      25   M
                                      22   M
                                      22   M
                                      -1   M
                     Yasley           28   M
                                      19   F
                                      25   M
                                      25   M
                     Youngster        15   F
                                      20   M
Date of Death       Year of Death          Left Colony


21 July 1788                        1788
26 August 1846                      1846

5 July 1788(?)      1788(?)
30 April 1788                       1788

4 June 1824                         1824
27 December 1794                    1794
5 April 1794                        1794
5 July 1821                         1821
9 June 1843                         1843
17 October 1789                     1789
11 November 1825                    1825

                                           March 1799


28 February 1816                    1816
29 June 1818                        1818
                                                            1793
20 June 1834                        1834
                                                            1801

                                           December 1791

                                                            1793
13 September 1788                   1788


2 October 1788                      1788




15 February 1823                    1823
                                                            1793
27 February 1788                    1788
3 March 1788                        1788
8 March 1787                        1787


                                           September 1795
30 August 1811             1811
                                  July 1794

12 July 1787               1787
                                               1810
24 February 1843           1843




16 March 1839              1839

25 September 1797          1797
26 July 1838               1838

                    1792   1792 March 1791

8 Aug 1827                 1827

24 March 1788              1788

21 March 1804              1804
3 April 1807               1807




30 July 1787               1787
21 April 1788              1788
18 December 1833           1833

23 February 1821           1821
16 February 1838           1838
12 February 1787           1787

15 May 1800                1800

                                  March 1791
5 March 1788               1788


19 May 1787                1787

19 November 1831           1831


19 September 1787          1787

14 June 1835               1835
28 July 1789                         1789


October 1791                         1791 March 1791
                                                            1793
19 May 1825                          1825
16 July 1834                         1834


13 July 1791                         1791
21 May 1788                          1788
5 October 1794                       1794

20 October 1788                      1788
4 January 1837(?)          1837(?)
16 March 1846                        1846
29 January 1796                      1796


2 October 1788                       1788
3 June 1788                          1788

12 April 1892                        1892

9 June 1796                          1796
                    1803             1803
20 April 1790                        1790
                                            May 1794
8 January 1788                       1788

13 April 1841                        1841

4 September 1788                     1788

6 June 1787                          1787
15 October 1822                      1822
                                                            1792

                                                            1800

26 January 1893                      1893
                                                            1793
                                            November 1793
31 January 1821                      1821

                                                            1801
6 June 1812                          1812
29 May 1787                          1787
5 August 1832                        1832
15 March 1788                        1788
                                            October 1793
22 January 1812                      1812
26 March 1798                        1798

July 1814                            1814
19 February 1788                     1788

25 June 1788                         1788
                    1791             1791 March 1791
15 August 1808                       1808
                                                           1810


27 December 1824                     1824
6 September 1831                     1831
28 November 1820                     1820
3 April 1807                         1807
22 May 1791                          1791
5 April 1821                         1821
1807(?)                    1807(?)


3 December 1788                      1788
31 January 1843                      1843
21 April 1798(?)           1798(?)

24 September 1834                    1834

26 June 1794                         1794
August 1814                          1814                  1803
23 November 1789                     1789
8 March 1787                         1787
11 November 1828                     1828

1 January 1839                       1839

30 May 1788                          1788

26 June 1830                         1830

                                            August 1801
8 December 1787                      1787
after 1827                           1827
24 June 1787                         1787
26 April 1811                        1811
25 August 1799                  1799
21 May 1802                     1802
                                       June 1793

14 March 1834                   1834
27 November 1838                1838
24 February 1827                1827


22 December 1805                1805

25 March 1813                   1813

                                       November 1820

22 April 1842                   1842
3 September 1817                1817
2 April 1814                    1814
4 October 1843                  1843
25 December 1792                1792


3 June 1819                     1819
                                                         1794
25 June 1836                    1836
21 April 1822                   1822
                                                         1793
27 September 1820               1820
30 May 1788                     1788
9 April 1787                    1787
25 December 1817                1817
                                                         1793
24 May 1790                     1790
                                                         1791


24 July 1788                    1788
22 October 1826                 1826

8 August 1796                   1796
3 May 1793                      1793

2 September 1806                1806
22 January 1817                 1817
1837(?)               1837(?)
29 December 1851                1851

                                       21 October 1800
17 November 1826(?)   1826(?)
18   June 1788                 1788
10   July 1847                 1847
21   January 1804              1804
12   August 1789               1789
18   November 1840             1840
13   June 1791                 1791
28   January 1830              1830

17 February 1810               1810


                                      1791

13 December 1823               1823
24 June 1841                   1841
12 June 1830                   1830
3 June 1787                    1787
19 January 1814                1814
23 March 1841                  1841

31 July 1792(?)      1792(?)
4 August 1835                  1835
8 January 1839                 1839
13 October 1818                1818
15 September 1792              1792
15 November 1798               1798

2 April 1821                   1821
5 September 1820               1820
                                      1801
8 May 1787                     1787
                                      1801

16 September 1837              1837
22 August 1821                 1821
                                      1791


10 August 1841(?)    1841(?)

13 May 1835                    1835
20 November 1817               1817

9 December 1807                1807

2 May 1827                     1827
                           June 1793
21 October 1788     1788
                           February 1793
                           28 December 1791

                                              1793




                           1791(?)
                           1792(?)

6 May 1787          1787
3 January 1795      1795
5 August 1787       1787
11 October 1789     1789
17 April 1787       1787
30 September 1818   1818
5 March 1793        1793
3 September 1820    1820
1 June 1828         1828
14 February 1832    1832

                                              1793

9 July 1801         1801
29 October 1830     1830
June 1790           1790
13 January 1798     1798

23 September 1788   1788
19 November 1846    1846
1 April 1832        1832
8 June 1788         1788

26 April 1788       1788




                                              1810
8 August 1795       1795
                                              1793
                                              1793


8 November 1825     1825
1 January 1847                   1847


18 May 1843                      1843
                                                       1791


14 January 1839                  1839
31 January 1830                  1830

10 December 1831                 1831
4 November 1804                  1804

10 May 1810                      1810
                                                       1791
17 April 1808                    1808
                                                       1791
                                                       1820
26 January 1795                  1795
13 September 1795                1795
                                        April 1804

3 May 1787                       1787

5 July 1802                      1802
                                                       1793
10   June 1788                   1788
22   April 1813                  1813
13   May 1787                    1787
27   February 1798               1798
29   January 1837(?)   1837(?)
                                        January 1793

18 May 1838                      1838
31 May 1787                      1787

December 1806                    1806

30 october 1842                  1842




21 October 1843                  1843
28 April 1806                        1806
                                            November 1794




1 December 1797                      1797
28 November 1829                     1829
                                                            1810
29 November 1822                     1822
18 July 1816                         1816
2 July 1788                          1788
30 September 1815                    1815
18 February 1836                     1836


                                                            1801
23 February 1796                     1796
17 May 1804(?)             1804(?)
17 March 1830                        1830
                                                            1791
                    1807             1807
                                                            1791
                                                            1793
9 June 1807                          1807
11 March 1787                        1787
20 May 1807                          1807

15 April 1788                        1788
3 November 1816                      1816
17 May 1818                          1818                   1793
2 September 1847                     1847
                                                            1801
                                                            1805
27 September 1811                    1811
                                                            1795
                    1808             1808
15 June 1793                         1793

17 September 1787                    1787
                                                            1797
5 May 1818                           1818

December 1817                        1817


22 December 1788                     1788
                                                            1810
1794(?)                    1794(?)
                                                           1791
                                                           1791

                                                           1794
                                                           1794
3 April 1793                         1793
9 May 1812                           1812
2 January 1819                       1819
29 April 1849                        1849
17 March 1820                        1820
                                                           1811

                                            March 1791
21 December 1837                     1837

29 October 1829                      1829
26 September 1822                    1822

18 July 1825                         1825




21 January 1793                      1793


                    1788             1788
October 1791(?)            1791(?)
29 July 1788                         1788
                                            January 1793

25 November 1812                     1812
29 June 1819                         1819
1798(?)                    1798(?)
                                            1800(?)
19 August 1838                       1838

12 June 1792(?)            1792(?)

                                            1792(?)
20 December 1820                     1820
                                            1792(?)
25 April 1827                        1827


                                                           1792
26 September 1837                    1837

                                            1793(?)
August 1822                          1822
29 May 1839               1839
21 November 1812          1812




24 December 1787          1787
8 March 1818              1818
                                            1812

29 June 1856              1856
20 May 1804               1804
                                            1793

                                            1791
3 January 1825            1825              1824
                                            1788
26 December 1822          1822
18 October 1820           1820

20 November 1846          1846
                                 May 1788

                   1820   1820
30 May 1792               1792
17 March 1789             1789
                                            1793
                                            1796




3 November 1828           1828
13 May 1790               1790
14 December 1806          1806


12 January 1788           1788

                   1817   1817
19 February 1788          1788
                   1792   1792
4 April 1824              1824
15 November 1787          1787

                                            1788
8 March 1787              1787
11 March 1788             1788
                                 1801(?)
1 June 1813               1813             1800
28 August 1820            1820
24 February 1825          1825
11 April 1799             1799


                                           1793


25 June 1796              1796
25 June 1788              1788
18 May 1825               1825
22 January 1850           1850
8 April 1829              1829
14 May 1817               1817

12 October 1817           1817
16 October 1801           1801
                                           1807
28 November 1826          1826
17 January 1839           1839
5 June 1788               1788
28 April 1818             1818

6 February 1832           1832
                                 1793(?)
September 1793            1793             1793
24 July 1837              1837

30 November 1837          1837
11 August 1837            1837
3 March 1823              1823
21 January 1836           1836

3 June 1796               1796
2 September 1828          1828

                   1807   1807
22 November 1816          1816


                                 1794(?)
26 April 1831             1831
August 1793               1793
4 June 1793               1793
                                 1810(?)
18 January 1810           1810
                                                        1810

6 February 1823                        1823

                      1790             1790
14 February 1820                       1820


14 November 1793(?)          1793(?)
                                                        1792
                                                        1791
18 November 1805                       1805
22 July 1787                           1787
                                              1796(?)


20 April 1843                          1843
                                                        1810
14 February 1810                       1810
29 May 1795                            1795
3 September 1813                       1813
24 June 1837                           1837
5 September 1837                       1837


2 March 1815(?)              1815(?)


2 January 1809                         1809
17 February 1787                       1787
9 January 1789                         1789
6 May 1787                             1787
2 April 1790                           1790
22 January 1789                        1789
11 February 1802                       1802
6 January 1787                         1787
29 June 1791                           1791
17 December 1838                       1838
                                                        1810
                                                        1793




15 October 1809                        1809
                      1829             1829
                                                        1793
2 October 1850                         1850
4 March 1788                           1788
24 May 1787                      1787

26 September 1837                1837

28 August 1835                   1835




17 October 1826(?)     1826(?)

4 March 1788                     1788

before December 1792   1792(?)
4 July 1787                      1787


21 May 1788                      1788
12 January 1830                  1830

before 1796            1796(?)
29 October 1830(?)     1830(?)




18 June 1796                     1796
22 June 1822                     1822




1836(?)                1836(?)
12 November 1806                 1806
30 April 1836                    1836
5 March 1801                     1801
                                        1793
14 January 1789                  1789
17 February 1787                 1787

3 April 1819                     1819

4 June 1820                      1820
30 May 1806                      1806


17 September 1820                1820

10 February 1821                 1821
7 August 1856                    1856
1 November 1795                  1795
28 June 1835                     1835
                                      1793

25 April 1836                  1836
26 July 1805                   1805




                                      1800


                                      1793
                                      1793
7 May 1798(?)        1798(?)
                                      1793
24 March 1787                  1787
18 March 1788                  1788
21 January 1808                1808
4 October 1825                 1825
13 March 1787                  1787

30 April 1842                  1842
25 June 1827                   1827




28 November 1822               1822
7 March 1788                   1788
April 1818                     1818
                                      1793
8 November 1839                1839


20 February 1821               1821

23 June 1804                   1804
23 June 1787                   1787
18 February 1839               1839
7 March 1795                   1795




4 January 1794(?)    1794(?)
16 January 1791(?)   1791(?)
24 June 1840(?)      1840(?)
7 December 1792(?)   1792(?)
13 January 1788                1788
11 November 1828                     1828
7 November 1790                      1790
13 June 1837                         1837

1795(?)                    1795(?)
8 March 1808                         1808
                    1802             1802
8 October 1789                       1789


26 March 1787                        1787
16 December 1788                     1788
13 March 1815                        1815




13 July 1801                         1801
8 July 1811                          1811

6 August 1788                        1788
11 December 1788                     1788
                    1800             1800
29 August 1816                       1816
                                            1815
28 March 1787                        1787

April 1796                           1796
                                            1793
27 March 1820(?)           1820(?)
23 June 1788                         1788
9 February 1811                      1811

15 March 1788                        1788
2 September 1790                     1790
4 April 1787                         1787

15 March 1825                        1825
30 August 1811                       1811
24 September 1788                    1788




                                            1810
                    1788             1788
3 July 1854                          1854
Place of Trial              Date of Trial

Old Bailey, London          15 September 1784
Worcester, Worcestershire   5 March 1785
Old Bailey, London          30 August 1786
Chelmsford, Essex           9 March 1785
Old Bailey, London          26 May 1784
Old Bailey, London          13 December 1786
Old Bailey, London          26 May 1784
Exeter, Devon               14 March 1785
Old Bailey, London          7 July 1784
Hertford, Hertfordshire     3 March 1786
Old Bailey, London          10 January 1787
Old Bailey, London          25 October 1786
Old Bailey, London          18 April 1787
Old Bailey, London          25 October 1786
Ormskirk, Lancashire        11 April 1785
Old Bailey, London          10 January 1787
Winchester, Hampshire       7 March 1786
Exeter, Devon               20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London          26 May 1784
Old Bailey, London          26 May 1784
Bodmin, Cornwall            18 August 1783
Old Bailey, London          21 April 1784
Old Bailey, London          21 February 1787
Old Bailey, London          21 April 1784
Winchester, Hampshire       29 July 1783
Reading, Berkshire          28 February 1785
Old Bailey, London          30 August 1786
Exeter, Devon               10 January 1786
Old Bailey, London          12 January 1785
Old Bailey, London          25 October 1786
Exeter, Devon               20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London          21 April 1784
Old Bailey, London          16 October 1782
Old Bailey, London          14 December 1785
Old Bailey, London          7 July 1784
York, Yorkshire             9 July 1785
Winchester, Hampshire       29 July 1783
Warwick, Warwickshire       21 March 1785
Old Bailey, London          11 September 1782
Bristol, Gloucestershire    23 November 1785
Winchester, Hampshire       1 March 1785
Exeter, Devon               20 March 1786
Winchester, Hampshire       1 March 1785
Salisbury, Wiltshire        24 July 1784
Old Bailey, London          10 September 1783
Old Bailey, London          29 October 1783
Salisbury, Wiltshire               11 March 1786
Old Bailey, London                 25 February 1784
Exeter, Devon                      12 January 1785
Derby, Derbyshire                  5 August 1786
Old Bailey, London                 10 January 1787
Old Bailey, London                 14 January 1784
Worcester, Worcestershire          9 July 1785
Old Bailey, London                 12 January 1785
Old Bailey, London                 26 May 1784
Shrewsbury, Shropshire             18 March 1786
Old Bailey, London                 29 October 1783
Old Bailey, London                 16 April 1787
Oxford, Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire   30 July 1783
Maidstone, Kent                    15 March 1785
Croydon, Surrey                    20 July 1785
Croydon, Surrey                    20 July 1785
Old Bailey, London                 10 December 1783
Abingdon, Berkshire                6 March 1786
Old Bailey, London                 26 May 1784
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey       2 April 1787
Old Bailey, London                 10 September 1783
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey       4 October 1785
Old Bailey, London                 10 September 1783
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey       3 February 1783
Shrewsbury, Shropshire             12 March 1785
Old Bailey, London                 15 September 1784
Exeter, Devon                      18 July 1785
Old Bailey, London                 18 April 1787
Spilsby, Lincolnshire              8 May 1784
Old Bailey, London                 21 April 1784
Old Bailey, London                 3 July 1782
Exeter, Devon                      9 January 1786
Old Bailey, London                 29 June 1785
Old Bailey, London                 26 May 1784
Winchester, Hampshire              24 May 1784
Maidstone, Kent                    6 January 1784
Old Bailey, London                 8 December 1784
Exeter, Devon                      20 March 1786
Exeter, Devon                      20 March 1786
Gloucester, Gloucestershire        11 February 1785
Warwick, Warwickshire              21 March 1785
Stafford, Staffordshire            9 March 1785
Hertford, Hertfordshire            2 March 1785
Abingdon, Berkshire                15 July 1783
Exeter, Devon                      29 October 1783
Old Bailey, London                 10 September 1783
Winchester, Hampshire              29 July 1783
Southwark, Surrey                  10 January 1786
Old Bailey, London                 10 January 1787
Winchester, Hampshire          24 May 1784
Exeter, Devon                  14 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             10 December 1783
Maidstone, Kent                15 March 1784
Launceston, Cornwall           20 March 1784
Dorchester, Dorset             16 March 1786
Old Bailey, London             26 April 1786
Old Bailey, London             25 October 1786
Old Bailey, London             30 August 1786
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Exeter, Devon                  11 August 1783
Old Bailey, London             10 September 1783
Exeter, Devon                  11 August 1783
Old Bailey, London             25 February 1784
Dorchester, Dorset             3 August 1786
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Thetford, Norfolk              14 March 1783
Deptford, Kent                 17 March 1786
Guildford, Surrey              11 August 1784
Old Bailey, London             15 September 1784
Taunton, Devon                 30 March 1786
Exeter, Devon                  22 July 1782
Old Bailey, London             25 October 1786
Shrewsbury, Shropshire         13 March 1784
Bodmin, Cornwall               14 August 1786
Maidstone, Kent                18 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Exeter, Devon                  20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Exeter, Devon                  7 August 1786
Southwark, Surrey              10 January 1786
Exeter, Devon                  7 August 1786
Dorchester, Dorset             16 March 1786
Derby, Derbyshire              11 January 1785
Old Bailey, London             6 April 1785
Exeter, Devon                  7 August 1786
Old Bailey, London             14 January 1784
Old Bailey, London             21 April 1784
Old Bailey, London             26 February 1783
Bristol, Gloucestershire       5 April 1786
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Durham, County of Durham       19 July 1785
Exeter, Devon                  9 January 1786
Old Bailey, London             26 April 1786
Exeter, Devon                  20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Old Bailey, London             8 December 1784
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey   25 March 1784
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Dorchester, Dorset                       16 March 1786
Durham, County of Durham                 20 July 1785
Exeter, Devon                            7 August 1786
Bristol, Gloucestershire                 3 February 1785
Bodmin, Cornwall                         19 March 1785
Old Bailey, London                       10 January 1787
Taunton, Somerset                        30 March 1786
Worcester, Worcestershire                19 July 1785
Exeter, Devon                            20 March 1786
Warwick, Warwickshire                    21 March 1785
Hertford, Hertfordshire                  2 March 1786
Old Bailey, London                       11 September 1782
Old Bailey, London                       7 July 1784
Exeter, Devon                            12 January 1785
Old Bailey, London                       14 September 1785
Old Bailey, London                       14 December 1785
Salisbury, Wiltshire                     5 March 1785
Coventry, Warwickshire                   21 March 1783
Bristol, Gloucestershire                 29 March 1785
Maidstone, Kent                          2 August 1784
Bodmin, Cornwall                         25 July 1785
Old Bailey, London                       6 April 1785
Exeter, Devon                            22 July 1782
Old Bailey, London                       7 July 1784
Salisbury, Wiltshire                     11 March 1786
Old Bailey, London                       26 May 1784
Old Bailey, London                       14 September 1785
Knutsford, Cheshire                      3 October 1786
Old Bailey, London                       27 May 1784
Old Bailey, London                       18 April 1787
Old Bailey, London                       00 January 1786
Worcester, Worcestershire                2 August 1783
Bristol, Gloucestershire                 29 March 1785
Old Bailey, London                       26 April 1786
Stafford, Staffordshire, Staffordshire   27 July 1785
Chelmsford, Essex                        6 March 1786
Old Bailey, London                       8 December 1784
Shrewsbury, Shropshire                   12 March 1785
Old Bailey, London                       10 September 1783
Gloucester, Gloucestershire              13 July 1785
Shrewsbury, Shropshire                   4 August 1784
Brecknock, Brecon                        12 July 1785
Old Bailey, London                       25 February 1784
Old Bailey, London                       22 February 1786
Reading, Berkshire                       24 July 1786
Gloucester, Gloucestershire              23 March 1785
York, Yorkshire                          8 March 1783
Bristol, Gloucestershire                 30 April 1783
Poole, Dorset                            15 April 1785
Southwark, Surrey               8 January 1787
Durham, County of Durham        21 July 1785
Bodmin, Cornwall                25 July 1785
Old Bailey, London              31 May 1786
Old Bailey, London              25 February 1784
Lincoln, Lincolnshire           9 July 1785
Old Bailey, London              8 December 1784
Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire   7 October 1784
Old Bailey, London              10 September 1783
Old Bailey, London              18 April 1787
Old Bailey, London              30 April 1783
Old Bailey, London              26 April 1786
Southwark, Surrey               10 January 1786
Old Bailey, London              26 April 1786
Salisbury, Wiltshire            5 March 1785
Reading, Berkshire              24 July 1786
Old Bailey, London              00 January 1785
Guildford, Surrey               30 July 1782
Monmouth, Wales                 21 March 1785
Westminster, London             00 January 1784
Maidstone, Kent                 16 March 1786
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey    23 March 1786
Chester, Cheshire               13 August 1784
Ormskirk, Lancashire            18 July 1785
Bristol, Gloucestershire        24 November 1784
Croydon, Surrey                 21 August 1783
Old Bailey, London              8 December 1784
Old Bailey, London              13 December 1786
Shrewsbury, Shropshire          12 March 1785
Hertford, Hertfordshire         4 March 1786
Old Bailey, London              7 July 1784
Bristol, Gloucestershire        10 February 1785
Clerkenwell, Middlesex          00 December 1786
Old Bailey, London              15 September 1784
Old Bailey, London              4 June 1783
Exeter, Devon                   20 March 1786
Westminster, London             14 0ctober 1785
Winchester, Hampshire           29 July 1783
Bristol, Gloucestershire        29 April 1783
Old Bailey, London              10 December 1783
Old Bailey, London              14 September 1785
Old Bailey, London              13 December 1786
Bristol, Gloucestershire        4 April 1786
Old Bailey, London              21 February 1787
Old Bailey, London              14 January 1784
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey    5 April 1787
Old Bailey, London              30 April 1783
Old Bailey, London              13 December 1786
Old Bailey, London              6 April 1785
Shrewsbury, Shropshire             4 August 1784
Salisbury, Wiltshire               9 July 1785
Old Bailey, London                 16 September 1785
Old Bailey, London                 8 December 1784
Manchester, Lancashire             00 January 1787
Manchester, Lancashire             00 January 1787
Hertford, Hertfordshire            4 March 1784
Old Bailey, London                 8 December 1784
Exeter, Devon                      18 March 1782
Maidstone, Kent                    17 March 1784
Southwark, Surrey                  13 January 1784
Old Bailey, London                 21 April 1784
Winchester, Hampshire              3 March 1783
Old Bailey, London                 8 December 1784
Old Bailey, London                 10 September 1783
Worcester, Worcestershire          5 March 1785
Oxford, Oxfordshire, Oxfordshire   8 March 1786
Old Bailey, London                 11 May 1785
Gloucester, Gloucestershire        24 March 1784
Northallerton, Yorkshire           5 April 1785
Old Bailey, London                 29 June 1785
Old Bailey, London                 7 July 1784
Old Bailey, London                 21 April 1784
Winchester, Hampshire              5 April 1785
Exeter, Devon                      20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London                 14 January 1784
Plymouth, Cornwall                 29 December 1786
Southwark, Surrey                  16 February 1785
Old Bailey, London                 13 December 1786
Old Bailey, London                 10 September 1783
Abingdon, Berkshire                11 July 1786
Old Bailey, London                 18 April 1787
Old Bailey, London                 8 December 1784
Old Bailey, London                 11 May 1785
Gloucester, Gloucestershire        24 March 1784
Old Bailey, London                 15 September 1784
Lincoln, Lincolnshire              9 July 1785
Bristol, Gloucestershire           4 August 1783
Winchester, Hampshire              2 March 1784
Gloucester, Gloucestershire        13 July 1785
                                   18 January 1786
Newcastle, Northumberland, Northumberland, Northumberland
Exeter, Devon                      24 May 1785
Old Bailey, London                 9 January 1782
Old Bailey, London                 4 December 1782
Old Bailey, London                 21 April 1784
Old Bailey, London                 10 January 1787
Old Bailey, London                 19 October 1785
Exeter, Devon                      12 January 1784
Winchester, Hampshire              1 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             22 February 1786
Salisbury, Wiltshire           8 March 1783
Horsham, Sussex                12 January 1786
Old Bailey, London             10 September 1783
Old Bailey, London             26 May 1784
Maidstone, Kent                13 July 1785
Old Bailey, London             14 January 1784
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey   24 March 1784
Old Bailey, London             19 October 1785
Lincoln, Lincolnshire          6 March 1784
Old Bailey, London             8 December 1784
Old Bailey, London             10 September 1783
Stafford, Staffordshire        27 July 1785
Old Bailey, London             12 January 1785
Oxford, Oxfordshire            2 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             30 August 1786
Reading, Berkshire             10 January 1786
Winchester, Hampshire          1 March 1785
Maidstone, Kent                18 March 1785
Gloucester, Gloucestershire    24 March 1784
York, Yorkshire                24 July 1784
Reading, Berkshire             2 March 1785
Exeter, Devon                  11 August 1783
Old Bailey, London             8 December 1784
Guildford, Surrey              13 August 1784
Old Bailey, London             10 December 1783
Old Bailey, London             10 January 1787
Chelmsford, Essex              9 March 1785
Abingdon, Berkshire            6 July 1785
Old Bailey, London             10 January 1787
Old Bailey, London             30 August 1786
Old Bailey, London             21 April 1784
Exeter, Devon                  14 March 1785
Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk       23 March 1784
Maidstone, Kent                17 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             26 May 1784
Old Bailey, London             25 October 1786
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Dorchester, Dorset             13 March 1783
Exeter, Devon                  18 July 1785
Preston, Lancashire            16 October 1785
Ormskirk, Lancashire           18 July 1785
Old Bailey, London             23 February 1785
Old Bailey, London             21 April 1784
Exeter, Devon                  7 August 1786
Gloucester, Gloucestershire    10 February 1785
Old Bailey, London             18 April 1787
Old Bailey, London             20 October 1784
Thetford, Norfolk              19 March 1784
Old Bailey, London                7 July 1784
Old Bailey, London                10 December 1783
Exeter, Devon                     20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London                23 July 1783
Old Bailey, London                12 January 1785
Stafford, Staffordshire           5 0ctober 1785
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey      3 February 1784
Old Bailey, London                25 February 1784
Old Bailey, London                10 December 1783
Worcester, Worcestershire         2 October 1786
Lancaster, Lancashire             26 March 1787
Southwark, Surrey                 16 February 1785
Maidstone, Kent                   16 March 1784
Old Bailey, London                20 February 1783
Old Bailey, London                8 December 1784
Exeter, Devon                     20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London                10 December 1783
Exeter, Devon                     22 July 1782
Oxford, Oxfordshire               3 March 1784
Guildford, Surrey                 12 August 1784
Worcester, Worcestershire         11 March 1786
Old Bailey, London                8 December 1784
Lincoln, Lincolnshire             6 March 1784
Old Bailey, London                29 June 1785
Old Bailey, London                30 August 1786
Durham, County of Durham          21 July 1785
Gloucester, Gloucestershire       27 July 1785
Old Bailey, London                20 October 1784
Old Bailey, London                25 February 1784
Maidstone, Kent                   19 March 1784
Maidstone, Kent                   11 July 1785
Devizes, Wiltshire                5 April 1785
Maidstone, Kent                   17 March 1786
Exeter, Devon                     20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London                8 December 1784
Launceston, Cornwall              25 March 1786
Old Bailey, London                18 April 1787
Manchester, Lancashire            14 April 1785
Dorchester, Dorset                16 March 1786
Old Bailey London                 26 April 1786
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey      26 March 1784
Old Bailey, London                15 September 1784
Winchester, Hampshire             12 July 1785
Old Bailey, LondonExeter, Devon   23 July 1783 24 May 1784
Salisbury, Wiltshire              8 March 1783
Shrewsbury, Shropshire            4 August 1784
Bristol, Gloucestershire          30 March 1784
Warwick, Warwickshire             21 March 1785
Shrewsbury, Shropshire            12 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             16 October 1782
Old Bailey, London             10 September 1783
Pontefract, Yorkshire          13 January 1785
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey   9 April 1787
Bristol, Gloucestershire       30 October 1782
Abingdon, Berkshire            16 January 1784
Old Bailey, London             10 September 1783
Coventry, Warwickshire         20 March 1783
Old Bailey, London             21 April 1784
Maidstone, Kent                16 March 1785
Exeter, Devon                  12 July 1785
Bristol, Gloucestershire       29 March 1785
Chelmsford, Essex              30 July 1784
Old Bailey, London             14 September 1785
Old Bailey, London             26 May 1784
Westminister, London           21 January 1787
Old Bailey, London             11 September 1782
Bodmin, Cornwall               18 August 1783
Old Bailey, London             26 May 1784
Westminster, London            30 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             14 January 1784
Bristol, Gloucestershire       30 March 1784
Winchester, Hampshire          3 March 1783
Old Bailey, London             23 February 1785
Dorchester, Dorset             16 March 1786
Chelmsford, Essex              10 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             20 October 1784
Southwark, Surrey              9 January 1787
Old Bailey, London             26 May 1784
Old Bailey, London             25 October 1786
Exeter, Devon                  14 March 1785
Salisbury, Wiltshire           9 July 1785
Old Bailey, London             8 October 1782
Old Bailey, London             10 September 1783
Old Bailey, London             25 February 1784
Gloucester, Gloucestershire    26 March 1783
Old Bailey, London             22 February 1786
Gloucester, Gloucestershire    23 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             25 October 1786
Marlborough, Wiltshire         5 October 1784
Maidstone, Kent                15 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Bristol, Gloucestershire       20 March 1786
Salisbury, Wiltshire           5 March 1785
Winchester, Hampshire          2 March 1784
Manchester, Lancashire         4 May 1786
Durham, County of Durham       20 July 1785
Old Bailey, London             10 September 1783
Maidstone, Kent                17 March 1784
Guildford, Surrey              13 August 1784
Guildford, Surrey              13 August 1784
Chelmsford, Essex              8 March 1786
Oxford, Oxfordshire            8 March 1786
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Old Bailey, London             18 April 1787
Gloucester, Gloucestershire    24 March 1784
Old Bailey, London             21 April 1784
Old Bailey, London             10 January 1787
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Salisbury, Wiltshire           11 March 1786
Southwark, Surrey              9 January 1787
Exeter, Devon                  20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London             3 July 1782
Westminster, London            18 April 1787
Bristol, Gloucestershire       28 April 1783
Old Bailey, London             10 December 1783
Gloucester, Gloucestershire    23 March 1785
Westminster, London            13 January 1786
Old Bailey, London             18 April 1787
Maidstone, Kent                13 July 1785
Salisbury, Wiltshire           5 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             11 May 1785
Liverpool, Lancashire          12 August 1784
Old Bailey, London             30 April 1783
Old Bailey, London             8 December 1784
Maidstone, Kent                13 July 1785
Old Bailey, London             29 October 1783
Durham, County of Durham       21 July 1785
Old Bailey, London             10 September 1783
Exeter, Devon                  20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London             12 January 1785
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Lancaster, Lancashire          22 March 1785
Launceston, Cornwall           19 March 1785
Oxford, Oxfordshire            30 July 1783
Maidstone, Kent                15 March 1785
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey   9 April 1787
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey   30 October 1785
Dorchester, Dorset             3 August 1786
Old Bailey, London             21 April 1784
Launceston, Cornwall           20 March 1784
Maidstone, Kent                7 April 1784
Old Bailey, London             12 January 1785
Old Bailey, London             21 April 1784
Gloucester, Gloucestershire    23 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             26 May 1784
Old Bailey, London             15 September 1784
Winchester, Hampshire          3 March 1783
Bristol, Gloucestershire        12 July 1784
Old Bailey, London              7 July 1784
Exeter, Devon                   20 March 1786
Exeter, Devon                   20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London              23 February 1785
Old Bailey, London              21 April 1784
Guildford, Surrey               11 August 1784
Lincoln, Lincolnshire           5 March 1785
Salisbury, Wiltshire            5 March 1785
Old Bailey, London              26 April 1786
Exeter, Devon                   12 January 1785
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey    5 April 1787
Exeter, Devon                   11 August 1783
Liverpool, Lancashire           12 January 1786
Bristol, Gloucestershire        10 February 1785
Old Bailey, London              26 May 1784
Old Bailey, London              19 July 1786
Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire   12 October 1784
Old Bailey, London              21 April 1784
Old Bailey, London              25 October 1786
Old Bailey, London              21 April 1784
Old Bailey, London              7 July 1784
Old Bailey, London              21 April 1784
Exeter, Devon                   17 March 1783
Manchester, Lancashire          20 January 1785
Gloucester, Gloucestershire     24 March 1784
Manchester, Lancashire          20 July 1786
Manchester, Lancashire          20 July 1786
Maidstone, Kent                 14 March 1786
Old Bailey, London              7 July 1784
Old Bailey, London              30 August 1786
Old Bailey, London              14 December 1785
Old Bailey, London              10 September 1783
Shrewsbury, Shropshire          12 March 1785
Croydon, Surrey                 20 July 1785
Lincoln, Lincolnshire           11 March 1786
Exeter, Devon                   10 January 1786
Old Bailey, London              6 April 1785
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire     10 March 1785
Old Bailey, London              20 October 1784
Gloucester, Gloucestershire     23 March 1785
Old Bailey, London              14 January 1784
Old Bailey, London              26 April 1786
Manchester, Lancashire          24 July 1785
Liverpool, Lancashire           27 January 1785
Exeter, Devon                   17 March 1783
Stafford, Staffordshire         27 July 1785
Old Bailey, London              22 February 1786
Old Bailey, London              21 February 1787
Old Bailey, London             10 September 1783
Old Bailey, London             14 January 1784
Old Bailey, London             5 December 1781
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Exeter, Devon                  20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London             25 February 1784
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Plymouth, Cornwall             26 January 1785
Bristol, Gloucestershire       3 February 1785
Plymouth, Cornwall             31 January 1785
Old Bailey, London             14 January 1784
Old Bailey, London             21 April 1784
Old Bailey, London             26 May 1784
Old Bailey, London             15 January 1783
Taunton, Somerset              20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London             10 December 1783
Exeter, Devon                  20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London             6 April 1785
Louth, Lincolnshire            13 January 1787
Westminster, London            00 April 1787
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Wills, Somerset                19 August 1786
Dorchester, Dorset             16 March 1786
Southwark, Surrey              16 February 1785
Old Bailey, London             13 December 1786
Old Bailey, London             14 December 1785
Gloucester, Gloucestershire    13 July 1785
Southwark, Surrey              16 February 1785
Exeter, Devon                  20 March 1786
Abingdon, Berkshire            16 January 1784
Old Bailey, London             10 December 1783
Gloucester, Gloucestershire    5 October 1784
Thetford, Norfolk              14 March 1783
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire    10 March 1785
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey   26 March 1784
Manchester, Lancashire         14 April 1785
Old Bailey, London             12 January 1785
Old Bailey, London             12 January 1785
Croydon, Surrey                21 August 1783
Winchester, Hampshire          15 July 1783
Warwick, Warwickshire          21 March 1785
Exeter, Devon                  18 July 1785
Old Bailey, London             26 May 1784
East Grinstread, Sussex        25 March 1786
Launceston, Cornwall           25 March 1786
Winchester, Hampshire          2 March 1784
Old Bailey, London             25 October 1786
Maidstone, Kent                18 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Old Bailey, London              15 September 1784
Old Bailey, London              10 December 1783
Chelmsford, Essex               30 July 1784
Gloucester, Gloucestershire     24 March 1784
Winchester, Hampshire           3 March 1783
Liverpool, Lancashire           12 January 1786
Bodmin, Cornwall                14 August 1786
Exeter, Devon                   18 July 1785
Old Bailey, London              21 April 1784
Lincoln, Lincolnshire           9 July 1785
Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire   7 October 1784
Winchester, Hampshire           3 March 1783
Croydon, Surrey                 20 July 1785
Gloucester, Gloucestershire     23 March 1785
Old Bailey, London              11 June 1786
Old Bailey, London              15 September 1784
Old Bailey, London              10 September 1783
Chelmsford, Essex               10 March 1785
Old Bailey, London              10 January 1787
Launceston, Cornwall            19 March 1785
Launceston, Cornwall            19 March 1785
Old Bailey, London              7 July 1784
Old Bailey, London              30 May 1781
Bodmin, Cornwall                29 July 1782
Old Bailey, London              21 April 1784
Exeter, Devon                   14 March 1785
Old Bailey, London              14 January 1784
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey    29 March 1785
Old Bailey, London              7 July 1784
Old Bailey, London              13 December 1786
Lincoln, Lincolnshire           9 July 1785
Lincoln, Lincolnshire           9 July 1785
Stafford, Staffordshire         6 October 1785
Old Bailey, London              7 February 1787
Old Bailey, London              25 February 1784
Sherborne, Dorset               25 April 1786
Durham, County of Durham        19 July 1785
Stafford, Staffordshire         27 July 1785
Old Bailey, London              7 July 1784
Exeter, Devon                   20 March 1786
Durham, County of Durham        19 July 1785
Reading, Berkshire              7 October 1785
Manchester, Lancashire          20 January 1785
Lancaster, Lancashire           22 March 1785
Old Bailey, London              16 October 1782
Salisbury, Wiltshire            6 March 1784
Old Bailey, London              26 May 1784
Exeter, Devon                   14 March 1785
Gloucester, Gloucestershire     10 January 1786
Gloucester, Gloucestershire    10 January 1786
Old Bailey, London             30 August 1786
Winchester, Hampshire          1 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             18 April 1787
Old Bailey, London             10 January 1787
Old Bailey, London             18 April 1787
Exeter, Devon                  14 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             15 September 1784
Winchester, Hampshire          5 April 1785
Old Bailey, London             8 December 1784
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey   11 August 1784
Exeter, Devon                  14 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             31 May 1786
Manchester, Lancashire         22 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             4 June 1783
Oxford, Oxfordshire            22 April 1784
Bodmin, Cornwall               25 July 1785
Dorchester, Dorset             16 March 1786
Old Bailey, London             21 April 1784
Old Bailey, London             21 April 1784
Exeter, Devon                  18 March 1782
Old Bailey, London             10 December 1783
Dorchester, Dorset             3 August 1786
Wigan, Lancashire              9 October 1786
Old Bailey, London             25 October 1786
Old Bailey, London             19 October 1785
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey   11 April 1785
Salisbury, Wiltshire           5 March 1785
Launceston, Cornwall           19 March 1785
Dorchester, Dorset             16 March 1786
Old Bailey, London             21 April 1784
Exeter, Devon                  28 August 1786
Old Bailey, London             20 October 1784
Durham, County of Durham       19 July 1785
Old Bailey, London             8 December 1784
Warwick, Warwickshire          21 March 1785
Lincoln, Lincolnshire          9 July 1785
Shrewsbury, Shropshire         16 August 1783
Dorchester, Dorset             10 March 1784
Gloucester, Gloucestershire    13 July 1784
Old Bailey, London             14 January 1784
Manchester, Lancashire         14 October 1784
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey   9 April 1787
Bodmin, Cornwall               25 July 1785
Old Bailey, London             14 January 1784
Chelmsford, Essex              8 March 1786
Manchester, Lancashire         4 May 1786
Old Bailey, London             23 July 1782
Preston, Lancashire            11 January 1787
Old Bailey, London             8 December 1784
Old Bailey, London             16 October 1782
Old Bailey, London             21 April 1784
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Old Bailey, London             26 May 1784
Durham, County of Durham       22 July 1785
Old Bailey, London             13 December 1786
Old Bailey, London             12 January 1785
Stafford, Staffordshire        27 July 1785
Warwick, Warwickshire          21 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             21 April 1784
Exeter, Devon                  20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London             30 August 1786
Maidstone, Kent                15 March 1786
Plymouth, Cornwall             7 June 1786
York, Yorkshire                24 July 1784
Maidstone, Kent                16 April 1783
Manchester, Lancashire         14 April 1785
Oxford, Oxfordshire            6 March 1782
Worcester, Worcestershire      5 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             7 July 1784
Reading, Berkshire             10 January 1786
Shrewsbury, Shropshire         4 August 1784
Shrewsbury, Shropshire         12 March 1785
Winchester, Hampshire          1 March 1785
Salisbury, Wiltshire           11 March 1786
Maidstone, Kent                17 March 1785
East Grinstead, Sussex         23 March 1784
Exeter, Devon                  20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London             21 April 1784
Old Bailey, London             19 July 1786
Old Bailey, London             20 October 1784
Preston, Lancashire            00 January 1787
Old Bailey, London             10 September 1783
Old Bailey, London             20 October 1784
Oxford, Oxfordshire            8 March 1786
Old Bailey, London             15 September 1784
Old Bailey, London             13 December 1786
Louth, Lincolnshire            11 July 1786
Old Bailey, London             10 December 1783
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey   30 March 1785
Cowbridge, Glamorgan, Wales    25 April 1786
Maidstone, Kent                17 March 1786
Exeter, Devon                  20 March 1786
Durham, County of Durham       20 July 1785
Old Bailey, London             26 May 1784
Old Bailey, London             11 September 1782
Maidstone, Kent                16 March 1785
Old Bailey, London             8 December 1784
Exeter, Devon                 20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London            20 October 1784
Croydon, Surrey               20 July 1785
Maidstone, Kent               17 March 1785
Maidstone, Kent               13 August 1783
Gloucester, Gloucestershire   23 March 1785
Maidstone, Kent               14 March 1783
Salisbury, Wiltshire          2 August 1783
Exeter, Devon                 20 March 1786
Dochester, Dorset             10 March 1784
Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk      23 March 1784
Exeter, Devon                 20 March 1786
Old Bailey, London            7 July 1784
Radnor, Wales                 23 March 1785
Mold, Flintshire, Wales       2 September 1783
Old Bailey, London            11 May 1785
Exeter, Devon                 7 August 1786
Maidstone, Kent               4 August 1784
Old Bailey, London            22 February 1786
Launceston, Cornwall          25 March 1786
Old Bailey, London            10 September 1783
Bodmin, Cornwall              18 August 1783
Old Bailey, London            11 July 1781 10 September 1783
Wigan, Lancashire             10 October 1785
Old Bailey, London            21 February 1787
Manchester, Lancashire        20 January 1785
Bristol, Gloucestershire      12 July 1784
Gloucester, Gloucestershire   10 February 1785
Old Bailey, London            20 October 1784
Old Bailey, London            29 October 1783
Old Bailey, London            19 July 1786
Shrewsbury, Shropshire        13 March 1784
Old Bailey, London            7 July 1784
Old Bailey, London            30 May 1781
Exeter, Devon                 18 July 1785
Launceston, Cornwall          22 March 1783
Old Bailey, London            26 May 1784
Old Bailey, London            26 May 1784
Maidstone, Kent               12 August 1783
Old Bailey, London            26 May 1784
Reading, Berkshire            28 February 1785
Old Bailey, London            15 September 1784
Shrewsbury, Shropshire        4 August 1784
York, Yorkshire               9 July 1785
Old Bailey, London            20 October 1784
Old Bailey, London            21 April 1784
Lancaster, Lancashire         1 March 1787
Lancaster, Lancashire         1 March 1787
Crime

assault and highway robbery
stealing clothing
stealing lace
highway robbery
stealing lead from roof
stealing clothing
stealing lead from roof
assault and highway robbery
stealing linen
stealing bedding
stealing clothing
highway robbery
stealing clothing
assault and robbery
assault and robbery
stealing linen
stealing clothing and money
stealing linen
assault and stealing linen
stealing coach window glass
stealing tobacco
stealing clothing
stealing bridles and strap irons
stealing musical instruments
assault and highway robbery
assault and highway robbery
highway robbery
unknown
burglary
stealing silver spoons
stealing livestock (a sheep)
burglary
assault and robbery
stealing a trunk of clothing
stealing a coat
stealing clothing
stealing iron grapplings
stealing a parcel
stealing household goods
stealing stockings
assault and highway robbery
stealing material
stealing rope yarn
stealing material
stealing a watch, seal and chain
stealing clothing
burglary
stealing silver
robbery of clothing
stealing clothing
stealing cheese
assault and highway robbery
stealing a purse containing cash and promissory notes
stealing material and silk
assault and highway robbery
highway robbery
burglary
not recorded
stealing woolen blankets
stealing livestock (a sheep)
stealing bags of saltpetre
stealing bags of saltpetre
stealing handkerchiefs
stealing lead from roof
stealing clothing and chocolate
stealing clothing
stealing material and handkerchiefs
not recorded
burglary
stealing a sheet
burglary
stealing household goods
stealing household goods
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
fraud (impersonation)
stealing a wallet and cash
stealing tallow
stealing a handkerchief
stealing a handkerchief
assault and highway robbery
stealing livestock (two game cocks)
stealing clothing
highway robbery
stealing livestock (a sheep)
stealing a looking glass
assault and robbery
burglary
stealing livestock (a horse)
stealing sheep skins
stealing silverware
stealing a snuff box
assault and highway robbery
stealing cheese
stealing linen
assault and highway robbery
highway robbery
receiving stolen goods
highway robbery
fraud (impersonation)
stealing cash
stealing two handkerchiefs and cash
stealing cash
stealing
stealing a coat
highway robbery
stealing casks and alcohol (porter)
highway robbery
assault and highway robbery
burglary
stealing lead from building
burglary
stealing cash
robbery clothing, household goods
assault and robbery
burglary
burglary
stealing linen
stealing sacks of malt
assault and highway robbery
stealing silk material
stealing watch, chain, seals and handkerchief
burglary
stealing cucumbers, malicious damage
burglary
stealing lace
stealing
stealing livestock (three cows)
stealing clothing
stealing watch, chain and seal
stealing livestock (two lambs) and mutton
burglary
stealing clothing
stealing material
burglary
stealing cash
stealing cash
stealing household goods
stealing
burglary
stealing gold watch chain and seal
receiving stolen goods
robbery
stealing linen
stealing woollen blankets
stealing 12 handkerchiefs
assault and highway robbery
stealing clothing
burglary
stealing clothing
stealing clothing and household goods
stealing clothing (“pettit larceny”)
stealing 11 barrels and other goods
burglary
stealing (two charges) a “scarlet cloth cardinal” and sack of wheat
burglary
stealing lace
not recorded
stealing feathers, irons and coffee pot
stealing a trunk of clothing
stealing livestock (a sheep)
stealing livestock (fowls and ducks)
burglary
burglary
burglary
stealing clothing
burglary
stealing a silver mug
burglary
stealing clothing
stealing linen handkerchiefs
robbery
stealing metal cooking utensils
stealing knives and forks
stealing cash
stealing silk handkerchiefs
stealing jewellery
stealing clothing
burglary
burglary
stealing clothing
burglary
stealing clothing
stealing a silver watch
stealing livestock (a sheep)
unknown
burglary
stealing clothing jewellery and cash
burglary
burglary
assault and highway robbery
Intent to rob
stealing
stealing clothing
stealing livestock (a horse)
stealing iron grappling and other goods
stealing household goods (2 counts)
stealing linen
stealing a silver watch
stealing livestock (a horse - mare)
stealing brandy and clothing
stealing cash
stealing linen
stealing a glass window from a carriage
stealing a clock, looking glass and locks
intent to rob
stealing cash
burglary
stealing tea and silk
receiving stolen goods
burglary
stealing livestock (a heifer)
stealing clothing
stealing
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
stealing a tobacco pouch
stealing clothing food and cash
stealing hair powder
stealing tea
stealing livestock (a horse)
stealing livestock (turkeys)
stealing books
stealing sugar
petty stealing
stealing a handkerchief
assault and highway robbery
stealing material
stealing 3 bottles rum and port
assault and highway robbery
stealing shoe buckles
highway robbery
stealing material
stealing clothing
not recorded
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
stealing material
stealing gold coins
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
assault and robbery
burglary
highway robbery
stealing clothing
stealing material
stealing material
highway robbery
attempted highway robbery
burglary
stealing livestock (a horse)
stealing
stealing coal
assault and highway robbery
stealing livestock (two cows)
stealing cash
robbery
burglary, sacriledge
assault and robbery
stealing livestock (10 pigs 1 horse)
stealing clothing
stealing coach glasses
stealing lead from building
stealing material
stealing clothing
stealing wooden barrels
stealing clothing
“petit” stealing
not recorded
stealing china
stealing clothing
stealing livestock (a donkey)
stealing teapot and cups
attempted highway robbery
assault and highway robbery
stealing livestock (a sheep)
stealing material
stealing cash
not recorded
assault and highway robbery
receiving stolen goods
“petit” stealing
stealing butter
assault and highway robbery
stealing jewellery and cash
burglary
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
assault and attempted highway robbery
stealing an iron bar
perjury
assault and highway robbery
stealing
stealing bedding and curtains
stealing silver spoons
stealing clothing
burglary
not recorded
assault and malicious damage
stealing bills of exchange
stealing clothing
receiving stolen clothing
stealing a silver cup
stealing a basket of food
stealing livestock (poultry)
stealing a silver watch and cash
stealing wheat
burglary
assault with intent to rob
assault and highway robbery
stealing material
stealing hemp yarn
highway robbery
assault and attempted robbery
robbery
assault and highway robbery
stealing clothing
stealing livestock (four horses)
robbery
stealing muslin shawls
stealing a promissory note
stealing silk handkerchief
assault and highway robbery
burglary
burglary
stealing linen handkerchief
stealing a watch, gold seal and key
stealing clothing
stealing a silver watch
housebreaking
stealing a silver watch
stealing clothing
stealing a silver watch and cash
forgery
stealing silver teaspoons and other goods
stealing tobacco
stealing clothing
stealing a silk handkerchief
burglary
burglary
assault and robbery
burglary
assault and attempted highway robbery
stealing
stealing livestock (four hens)
stealing a bedsheet
burglary
stealing
stealing clothing
not recorded
stealing lead from a building
assault and highway robbery
stealing livestock (a horse)
stealing clothing
stealing a winch and other goods
assault and highway robbery
stealing clothing
stealing livestock (two horses)
robbery
burglary
stealing linen handkerchief
stealing a silver cup
stealing silver watch, key, seal and cash
stealing cash
burglary
stealing material
stealing clothing
assault and highway robbery
stealing clothing
stealing a silver watch, steel chain, brass key
stealing livestock (8 ducks, 9 hens)
stealing clothing
assault with intent to rob
robbery
stealing livestock (five sheep)
stealing material
stealing a linen handkerchief and piece of ribbon
stealing silver
stealing material
assault and highway robbery
stealing watch pieces
stealing clothing
stealing (details not clear because of confusion with names)
receiving stolen goods
stealing livestock (four cattle)
burglary
stealing a silver tankard
stealing a purse and cash
assault and highway robbery
stealing a sword
stealing a silver mug and spoons
assault and robbery
stealing Irish linen
stealing livestock (poultry)
stealing livestock (poultry)
stealing material
stealing clothing
robbery
unknown
stealing cash
stealing assorted foods and barrels
stealing cash
stealing a silk handkerchief
stealing a mahogany tea chest and cash
forgery
stealing silver teaspoons
stealing silver tableware and jewellery
unknown
stealing timber
housebreaking
assault and highway robbery
stealing wine and spirits
stealing a gold watch and other goods
stealing livestock (a horse)
assault and robbery
stealing silk handkerchiefs
stealing a copper kettle
stealing handkerchiefs, coat and cash
stealing clothing
housebreaking
stealing a cambric handkerchief
assault
stealing cash
burglary
assault and highway robbery
stealing a silver watch
assault and highway robbery
stealing wool
receiving stolen goods
stealing clothing
receiving stolen goods
assault and highway robbery
stealing a watch and other goods
stealing pieces of gold
assault and robbery
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
burglary
burglary
stealing livestock (8 pigs)
burglary and sacriledge
stealing clothing and cash
stealing clothing
burglary
receiving stolen goods
stealing linen handkerchiefs
assault and robbery
stealing an iron gate and fence
stealing silk handkerchiefs
stealing iron bolts
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
stealing boots and spurs
stealing linen and clothing
stealing a purse and gold coins
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
stealing a lead pump
burglary
assault and robbery
receiving stolen goods
stealing gold coins
stealing clothing
stealing a lead pump
stealing household goods
“pettit” stealing of a purse and cash
stealing clothing
stealing iron chains
stealing a silver watch, seal and brass key
stealing livestock (a horse)
burglary
stealing clothing
highway robbery
stealing copper
assault and robbery
stealing
stealing cheese and other goods
stealing a cotton handkerchief
stealing cash
not recorded
stealing clothing
stealing two silver tablespoons
assault and stealing a metal watch
stealing a silk handkerchief
stealing household goods
assault and highway robbery
stealing clothing
stealing an iron bar
stealing mutton
stealing mutton
stealing 17 handkerchiefs
fraud (impersonation)
stealing household goods
stealing silver watch
stealing livestock (a horse)
forgery
robbery
stealing material
assault and highway robbery
assault
stealing sugar
stealing a gold watch, chain, seals and key
stealing clothing
stealing a silk handkerchief, scissors, snuffers
stealing assorted barber‟s tools and aids
stealing household goods
highway robbery
stealing clothing
burglary
stealing clothing and money
stealing a purse, pieces of gold and silver
burglary
stealing pieces of material
stealing three pieces of material
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
stealing cash
stealing clothing
stealing 18 table knives and forks
receiving stolen goods
aiding a prison escape
burglary
not recorded
fraud (forgery)
burglary
assault and attempted highway robbery
burglary
assault and highway robbery
stealing clothing
stealing material
fraud (cheating a shopkeeper)
burglary
robbery of cord and bag
assault and robbery of silver watch, steel chain, seal and key
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
stealing lengths of silk
assault and highway robbery
stealing a silver watch, metal chain, gold seal
stealing
stealing clothing
stealing household goods
stealing livestock (a rooster)
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
stealing musical instruments
stealing
stealing livestock (6 sheep)
burglary
stealing lead from a building
stealing material
stealing
not recorded
stealing a silver watch
stealing lace
burglary
stealing livestock (26 hens)
stealing lead from roof
stealing clothing
stealing timber
burglary
stealing livestock (a goose)
highway robbery
stealing livestock (poultry)
stealing lead from roof
stealing clothing
burglary
stealing
assault and highway robbery
stealing a steel watch chain
stealing bedding
assault and highway robbery
stealing clothing linen and cash
stealing a hair trunk
burglary
burglary
stealing clothing
stealing spirits and livestock (a horse - a mare)
stealing livestock (a horse - a gelding)
burglary
stealing clothing
assault and highway robbery
stealing household goods
stealing silk
assault and highway robbery
robbery
robbery
assault and highway robbery
stealing a japanned hand-board
stealing yarn
stealing a silver watch
burglary
stealing a purse and cash
stealing brandy and clothing
assault and highway robbery
stealing clothing
assault and highway robbery
not recorded
stealing clothing
fraud (impersonation)
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
stealing cash
stealing livestock (a horse - a gelding)
assault and highway robbery
burglary
stealing
assault and highway robbery
stealing clothing
robbery
stealing linen
stealing
stealing livestock (a horse - a mare)
burglary
stealing livestock (two geese)
stealing bridles, straps and stirrups
assault and highway robbery
stealing timber from a forest nursery
stealing cash
stealing linen material
assault and highway robbery
highway robbery
stealing sacks of flour
stealing livestock (turkeys)
stealing material
burglary
stealing material
assault and highway robbery
stealing clothing
assault and highway robbery
stealing wool
stealing wool
stealing a pewter pint pot
stealing
stealing material
stealing a silver watch and seal
stealing a silver watch
burglary
stealing a handkerchief
stealing clothing
stealing livestock (a horse - a mare)
robbery
assault and highway robbery
stealing clothing
stealing assorted goods
burglary
not recorded
stealing an iron grappling and other goods
burglary
stealing a length of material
stealing clothing (two separate charges)
assault and highway robbery
stealing tea
receiving stolen goods
stealing clothing
stealing cash and a snuff box
assault and malicious damage
stealing livestock (four cocks five hens) and other goods
stealing livestock (killing a sheep)
stealing livestock (a horse - geldings) two charges
stealing clothing
stealing bedding
stealing (shoplifting from several shops)
receiving stolen goods
stealing cash
stealing clothing
burglary
stealing clothing
burglary
stealing bedding
stealing a knapsack
stealing iron bars and railing
stealing a handkerchief
assault and robbery (2 charges)
burglary
stealing spices
stealing
stealing handkerchiefs
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
stealing copper
assault and stealing a handkerchief
stealing copper
stealing two silver teaspoons
stealing clothing
stealing livestock (a horse - a mare)
stealing clothing
burglary
robbery of cloth and bag
stealing livestock (a horse - a mare)
stealing clothing
stealing mutton
stealing metal watch, key and chain
stealing copper stills
fraud (false pretences)
stealing livestock (a horse - a gelding)
stealing a cask of beer
stealing material
assault and highway robbery
stealing clothing
assault and highway robbery
stealing clothing
assault and highway robbery
burglary
stealing an iron bar
stealing livestock (five sheep)
stealing linen material
stealing livestock (two horses - mares)
stealing cash
stealing cash and a barrel of dried fruit
stealing material from a bleaching ground
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
stealing a handkerchief
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
stealing silverware
stealing clothing
not recorded
assault and robbery
robbery
robbery
stealing
stealing
stealing cash
stealing linen sheets
theft of household goods
stealing livestock (a sheep)
assault and robbery
stealing mutton
stealing a snuff box
stealing household goods
assault and highway robbery (4 charges)
highway robbery
stealing livestock (a sheep)
assault and highway robbery
receiving stolen goods
stealing a winch and other goods
stealing clothing and other goods
stealing a watch and two gold cases
assault with intent to rob
stealing clothing
stealing livestock (cattle - 2 oxen, 2 heifers)
burglary (two counts)
stealing clothing
stealing steel
burglary
stealing clothing
stealing livestock (2 horses - mares)
assault and highway robbery
burglary
stealing clothing and cash
stealing material
stealing clothing
stealing cash
stealing livestock (18 turkeys)
stealing snuff
stealing clothing
stealing clothing
stealing jewellery and cash
stealing livestock (a sheep)
stealing a silver watch, metal chain and gold seal
assault and highway robbery
burglary
stealing iron bolts
stealing clothing
stealing a silk handkerchief
highway robbery (3 charges)
stealing lead from roof
stealing livestock (3 pigs)
stealing a watch and gown
stealing clothing and wheat (3 charges)
burglary
stealing clothing
fraud (impersonation)
burglary
burglary
                         Original Sentence
Value of crime (shillings)

                      5   death
                     31   transportation
                     50   transportation
                     46   death
                     30   transportation
                     44   transportation
                     30   transportation
                     10   death
                     30   transportation
                    200   transportation
                     12   transportation
                     72   transportation
                     10   transportation
                    313   transportation
                     30   transportation
                     20   transportation
                     13   transportation
                    146   transportation
                     20   transportation
                     40   transportation
                     70   transportation
                     18   transportation
                     15   transportation
                     50   transportation
                     48   death
                      2   death
                     42   transportation
                     -1   transportation
                     13   death
                     30   transportation
                     10   death
                     13   transportation
                     46   death
                     39   transportation
                      1   transportation
                     39   transportation
                     10   transportation
                      0   death
                     73   transportation
                     -1   transportation
                    228   death
                     40   death
                    160   death
                     16   death
                     42   transportation
                     87   transportation
 46   transportation
 -1   transportation
 15   transportation
  0   transportation
  4   transportation
  7   death
630   transportation
164   transportation
  0   transportation
 -1   transportation
 39   transportation
 -1   transportation
 50   transportation
 12   death
 65   transportation
 65   transportation
 15   transportation
 28   transportation
 39   transportation
 39   transportation
 50   death
 -1   transportation
 -1   death
  3   transportation
 61   death
 10   transportation
164   death
 21   transportation
 -1   transportation
  0   death
 75   death
 -1   transportation
  2   transportation
  2   transportation
160   transportation
  0   transportation
 39   transportation
 32   death
 20   death
 -1   transportation
 -1   death
120   transportation
300   transportation
 -1   transportation
  0   transportation
0.5   transportation
 60   death
 -1   transportation
 20   transportation
160   death
136   transportation
  0   transportation
152   death
  0   death
 42   transportation
  4   transportation
 73   transportation
  8   transportation
 10   transportation
 49   death
 40   transportation
 39   death
  4   death
  3   transportation
 20   transportation
450   death
240   transportation
 31   transportation
  3   death
 11   transportation
 55   transportation
 15   transportation
112   transportation
 20   death
 43   transportation
 43   transportation
225   death
 15   transportation
 21   death
 -1   transportation
 10   transportation
140   death
  6   transportation
 49   transportation
 14   death
 22   death
 98   transportation
100   death
 -1   transportation
 21   transportation
470   death
 -1   transportation
 20   transportation
  4   transportation
281   transportation
 13   transportation
 40   transportation
 30   transportation
  14   transportation
  20   transportation
   7   death
  -1   transportation
  63   death
   2   transportation
 122   transportation
  -1   transportation
  65   transportation
  -1   death
   8   transportation
  84   death
 100   death
  -1   transportation
  20   transportation
  -1   transportation
  20   death
  -1   transportation
  -1   death
  33   death
 118   death
 133   transportation
  55   transportation
  20   transportation
  20   death
  54   transportation
   3   transportation
   1   transportation
   5   transportation
   6   transportation
   0   transportation
  16   death
  -1   transportation
   8   transportation
  13   death
4882   death
  46   transportation
  24   death
 249   transportation
  60   transportation
  26   death
   0   transportation
  42   death
 258   death
  65   transportation
   2   death
 147   death
   0   transportation
  -1   transportation
 -1   transportation
 40   death
 23   transportation
  8   transportation
 18   transportation
 -1   transportation
 30   death
 -1   transportation
199   transportation
  6   transportation
 22   death
 52   transportation
  0   transportation
126   transportation
 71   death
  3   transportation
 99   transportation
 22   death
 80   death
  0   transportation
  9   transportation
 39   transportation
 36   transportation
 -1   transportation
 -1   transportation
251   transportation
 14   transportation
 12   transportation
100   death
 25   transportation
 10   transportation
 -1   transportation
 -1   transportation
  1   transportation
 20   death
 49   transportation
 -1   transportation
 67   transportation
 -1   transportation
 33   transportation
114   transportation
  5   transportation
 -1   transportation
 30   transportation
 39   transportation
 20   death
126   death
 22   transportation
 56   transportation
  5   death
 77   death
  2   transportation
 87   transportation
 -1   transportation
 -1   transportation
 12   death
  0   transportation
 36   death
 20   death
 -1   transportation
 20   transportation
133   death
340   death
199   transportation
277   death
500   death
  3   transportation
140   death
  3   transportation
 39   transportation
 20   transportation
100   transportation
  7   transportation
 65   transportation
  9   transportation
 -1   transportation
 -1   transportation
  8   transportation
  4   transportation
 -1   transportation
 10   transportation
  0   transportation
 12   death
 10   death
 80   transportation
273   transportation
 -1   transportation
  2   death
  2   transportation
  0   transportation
 -1   transportation
 12   death
845   death
  0   death
 27   transportation
 39   transportation
  0   transportation
  6   transportation
  0   transportation
 20   death
 -1   transportation
 39   transportation
 60   death
 81   transportation
100   death
 -1   transportation
 10   transportation
 -1   transportation
 30   transportation
 41   transportation
 60   transportation
 12   transportation
 12   transportation
 33   transportation
  1   transportation
 19   transportation
  0   transportation
 30   death
  2   transportation
  1   transportation
 39   death
  0   transportation
  9   transportation
  2   death
  7   transportation
820   death
133   transportation
 50   transportation
400   transportation
  1   transportation
 36   death
 91   death
120   death
  1   transportation
 85   transportation
 18   transportation
 20   transportation
189   death
 -1   transportation
 -1   transportation
 87   transportation
  0   transportation
 59   transportation
 -1   transportation
  8   transportation
  3   transportation
 53   death
 43   death
335   transportation
  7   death
  0   transportation
 39   transportation
  1   transportation
  0   transportation
 60   death
 22   transportation
  0   transportation
 -1   transportation
 -1   transportation
188   death
120   death
 40   transportation
 86   transportation
 23   death
 76   transportation
240   death
280   transportation
 20   death
  1   transportation
 -1   transportation
 25   transportation
  1   transportation
  4   transportation
 -1   transportation
 40   transportation
 45   death
 42   transportation
 40   transportation
  0   transportation
 80   transportation
  0   transportation
  2   transportation
 24   death
 60   transportation
  0   transportation
  4   transportation
 20   transportation
 29   death
168   transportation
  6   transportation
 -1   transportation
  0   transportation
440   death
  0   death
  7   transportation
 96   transportation
  2   death
  0   death
 15   transportation
 12   transportation
120   transportation
  1   death
  6   death
 -1   transportation
 18   transportation
  9   transportation
  0   transportation
172   death
  5   transportation
114   transportation
  2   transportation
  5   transportation
210   death
  5   transportation
129   transportation
 -1   transportation
200   death
  0   death
133   death
 89   transportation
140   transportation
200   death
  4   death
  0   transportation
  8   transportation
 39   transportation
 81   transportation
 20   death
  1   transportation
  0   transportation
 36   transportation
 11   death
100   death
 40   death
 20   death
  0   transportation
  0   transportation
 40   transportation
  0   transportation
  0   death
160   transportation
  1   transportation
  5   death
  5   transportation
159   death
 63   death
 63   death
 90   transportation
500   death
 22   transportation
 20   transportation
142   death
  0   transportation
 10   transportation
 30   death
 70   transportation
 -1   transportation
  4   transportation
 39   transportation
 -1   transportation
 -1   transportation
 30   transportation
315   death
 -1   transportation
  5   transportation
 40   transportation
174   death
  3   transportation
  0   transportation
126   death
 39   transportation
 40   transportation
 30   transportation
  1   transportation
 20   death
 30   transportation
 41   transportation
 30   death
 -1   death
 67   transportation
 31   death
 11   transportation
 12   transportation
 -1   transportation
  2   transportation
  1   transportation
122   transportation
 -1   transportation
 39   transportation
 10   transportation
163   transportation
  2   transportation
 10   transportation
133   death
 -1   transportation
  1   transportation
 10   transportation
 10   transportation
 23   transportation
  0   death
 39   transportation
 -1   death
100   death
  0   death
 15   transportation
 20   death
 41   death
  0   transportation
 -1   transportation
290   transportation
 30   transportation
  1   transportation
295   transportation
 29   transportation
221   transportation
 52   transportation
  5   transportation
 80   transportation
 -1   transportation
 61   death
  1   transportation
  1   transportation
  9   transportation
 39   transportation
194   transportation
  7   transportation
  7   transportation
  6   transportation
  0   transportation
800   death
 -1   transportation
  0   death
 40   death
 22   transportation
  6   transportation
  8   death
122   transportation
 -1   transportation
  0   transportation
115   death
 21   transportation
 61   death
 30   transportation
  7   death
180   death
 23   death
 39   transportation
 35   transportation
314   transportation
  7   transportation
  1   transportation
 -1   transportation
  1   transportation
 39   transportation
  5   transportation
200   transportation
120   death
 18   death
  4   transportation
 40   death
 29   transportation
 -1   transportation
 -1   transportation
100   death
 55   death
 26   transportation
 -1   transportation
 32   transportation
280   transportation
149   transportation
 -1   transportation
 32   death
  1   transportation
  5   transportation
 -1   transportation
  8   death
 40   death
 29   death
 -1   transportation
 39   transportation
 10   death
251   transportation
 -1   transportation
  0   death
 19   death
 45   transportation
200   death
100   death
591   death
 60   transportation
  1   transportation
 20   transportation
 40   transportation
 27   death
  5   transportation
 32   transportation
133   death
 -1   transportation
  9   transportation
 25   transportation
  5   transportation
 42   death
 -1   death
 92   death
 32   transportation
200   death
 -1   transportation
  5   transportation
  0   death
 35   transportation
  2   transportation
 67   transportation
 39   transportation
200   death
 24   death
100   death
  2   transportation
 17   death
 13   transportation
 12   transportation
 30   transportation
  4   transportation
 -1   transportation
 -1   transportation
  1   transportation
 15   transportation
 45   death
 -1   transportation
470   death
 30   death
 52   death
 32   death
 50   transportation
 -1   transportation
 -1   transportation
 -1   death
  0   death
150   death
 42   death
 36   death
 -1   transportation
  -1   transportation
   1   transportation
 320   transportation
  60   transportation
  33   transportation
  40   transportation
 570   death
   2   transportation
   7   transportation
  30   death
   7   transportation
  10   death
  21   death
  -1   death
1575   death
  -1   transportation
  23   transportation
  14   death
 112   transportation
  39   transportation
   1   death
  39   transportation
   0   transportation
  -1   transportation
  51   transportation
  10   transportation
   0   transportation
  20   death
 400   death
  59   transportation
 140   transportation
  -1   transportation
   0   transportation
 470   death
  30   transportation
  -1   death
  -1   transportation
   3   death
  75   transportation
  -1   transportation
  15   transportation
   1   transportation
  12   transportation
  30   transportation
  17   transportation
  17   transportation
   1   transportation
 130   death
  -1   transportation
 39   transportation
  1   death
 20   transportation
 10   transportation
  5   transportation
160   death
  8   transportation
 13   death
 21   transportation
 -1   death
 98   transportation
  7   transportation
 80   transportation
 50   transportation
  0   transportation
140   death
 18   transportation
 -1   transportation
 52   death
 42   transportation
 81   death
  1   transportation
 38   death
 10   death
  6   transportation
100   death
 39   transportation
200   death
120   transportation
 81   transportation
200   death
 39   transportation
 -1   transportation
  1   transportation
 92   transportation
  7   transportation
 49   transportation
 20   transportation
 -1   transportation
 10   transportation
 13   transportation
  1   transportation
 30   transportation
 62   death
215   death
 39   transportation
 16   death
 25   death
 -1   transportation
 10   transportation
 39   transportation
 81   transportation
 12   death
 40   death
 10   death
551   death
  0   transportation
 86   transportation
 61   transportation
200   death
  0   transportation
 58   transportation
 -1   death
  0   death
 23   transportation
 19   transportation
 59   death
 20   transportation
 80   death
 61   death
 13   death
 13   death
  1   transportation
  0   transportation
  0   transportation
  0   transportation
  0   transportation
 51   transportation
 39   transportation
 68   transportation
 25   death
 39   transportation
 24   death
427   death
  7   transportation
 68   transportation
  2   transportation
364   death
 40   transportation
 57   transportation
 25   transportation
 53   transportation
100   death
  8   transportation
  0   death
 60   death
 60   transportation
transported for (years)occupation
      99 == life
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 servant
                     7 milliner
                     7 labourer
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 servant
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 labourer or miller
                     7 hawker
                     7 “a poor unhappy woman of the town” or servant
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 servant
                     7 labourer
                     7 servant
                     7 dealer
                     7 seaman
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 shoemaker
                     7 saddler
                    14 labourer and former soldier
                     7 servant
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 chimney sweep
                     7 servant
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 book stitcher
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 waterman
                     7 No trade recorded
                    99 No trade recorded
                     7 None
                    99 No trade recorded
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 No trade recorded
                     7 bricklayer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   silversmith
 7   seaman
 5   None
 7   servant
 7   soldier
 7   servant or weaver
 7   silk weaver
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade
 7   None
 7   No trade recorded
 7   cabinet maker
 7   servant
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   fisherman
 7   labourer
 7   servant
 7   servant
99   No trade recorded
 7   bricklayer
 7   coachman
 7   fisherman
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   seaman
99   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   None
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   None
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   nurseryman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
14   None
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   mantua maker (dressmaker)
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   baker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   stocking weaver
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   seaman
 7   labourer
 7   servant or labourer
 7   blacksmith
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   mantua maker (dressmaker)
 7   labourer or farmer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   waterman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   butcher or seaman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   shoemaker
 7   shoemaker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   milliner
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
14   servant
 7   staymaker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   tambour worker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   charwoman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
99   No trade recorded
99   seaman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   charwoman or servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
99   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   jockey
 7   seaman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   needleworker
 7   glove maker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
14   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   printer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   tailor
99   baker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   labourer
14   No trade recorded
 7   soldier
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   barrow woman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   seaman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   dustman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
99   seaman
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   staymaker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
99   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   brickmaker
 7   hairdresser or labourer
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   gardener
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   law clerk
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   seaman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   whitesmith (tinsmith)
 7   servant
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   None
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   seaman (former midshipman) or clerk
 7   hawker
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
99   labourer
 7   shoe binder
 7   labourer
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   shoemaker
 7   leather breeches maker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   mantua maker
 7   None
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   seaman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
14   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
14   No trade recorded
 7   None
 7   carpenter
 7   hawker
 7   lace weaver
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   old clothes woman, dealer
 7   weaver
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
99   wax chandler
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   silk winder
 7   servant
 7   servant
 7   mantua maker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   porter, ex-sergeant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   oyster seller or servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   hawker and peddlar
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   cabinet maker
 7   apprentice clog [cloak?] maker
99   labourer
 7   labourer
 7   hawker
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
14   No trade recorded
99   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   leather breeches maker
99   No trade recorded
 7   weaver
 7   labourer
 7   needleworker
14   silversmith
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
14   None
 7   No trade recorded
 7   seaman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   plasterer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   chimney sweep
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   wheelwright
 7   labourer
 7   None
 7   dustman
 7   No trade recorded
14   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   None
 7   ship‟s carpenter
 7   mantua maker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   surgeon
 7   servant
 7   hawker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   None
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   master butcher
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
14   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   miller
14   bricklayer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   stocking weaver
 7   No trade recorded
99   seaman
 7   servant
 7   pinheader
 7   No trade recorded
99   labourer
99   sawyer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   brickmaker
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   blacksmith
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   tailor
 7   No trade recorded
99   ivory turner
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   waterman
14   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant cook
 7   shoemaker
 7   labourer
 7   servant
 7   furrier
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   watchmaker
 7   None
 7   servant
 7   watchmaker
 7   No trade recorded
99   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
14   servant
 7   carpenter
14   No trade recorded
 7   tailor
 7   No trade recorded
 7   None
 7   No trade recorded
 7   weaver
 7   labourer
 7   labourer
 7   labourer
 7   labourer
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   labourer
14   No trade recorded
 7   servant
99   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   weaver
14   None
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   hawker
 7   None
 7   shoemaker
 7   servant
 7   labourer
 7   None
 7   No trade recorded
 7   seaman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   servant
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   plasterer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   plasterer‟s assistant
 7   bricklayer‟s labourer
 7   silk dyer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   blacksmith or soldier
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
99   No trade recorded
 7   brazier
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
99   servant
 7   caulker
14   No trade recorded
 7   shoemaker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant or needle worker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   servant
 7   shoemaker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   labourer
 7   None
 7   labourer or woollen dresser
 7   butcher
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
14   None
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   seaman
99   law clerk
 7   No trade recorded
 7   seaman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   apprentice ivory turner
 7   servant
 7   milliner
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
99   milliner
 7   No trade recorded
99   No trade recorded
 7   mantua maker
99   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   jeweller
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer or brickmaker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer or miner
 7   soldier or servant or tailor
 7   shoemaker
 7   stonemason
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
99   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant or charwoman or washerwoman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   labourer
 7   carpenter
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   seaman or labourer
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
99   fishmonger or servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   button stamper
 7   rope maker
 7   ivory turner
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   stonecutter
 7   seaman
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   seaman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   weaver
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   seaman
 7   labourer
14   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   seaman
 7   labourer
 7   laundress, mantua maker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
99   No trade recorded
99   No trade recorded
 7   farmer
 7   seaman
 7   seaman
 7   silk weaver
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   needleworker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
99   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   calenderer, cloth glazer
 7   No trade recorded
99   watchcase maker
 7   weaver
 7   watch chain maker
 7   ex marine
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   nurse
 7   No trade recorded
 7   nurse
 7   hawker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   dustman
 7   seaman
 7   No trade recorded
 7   mantua maker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
14   No trade recorded
 5   No trade recorded
 7   hawker
 7   silk winder
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   hawker
14   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer or miller
 7   fiddler
 7   No trade recorded
 7   stocking weaver
 7   labourer
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   None
 7   currier
 7   none
 7   plasterer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   haymaker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   chimney sweep
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   artificial flower maker
 7   waterman
 7   labourer or carpenter
 7   No trade recorded
 7   shipwight
 7   labourer
 7   None
 7   servant
99   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
14   shipwight
 7   jeweller
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
14   second hand dealer
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   carpenter
 7   labourer
 7   waiter
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   None
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   hawker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
99   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   soldier
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   brickmaker
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
99   labourer
14   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   needleworker
 7   No trade recorded
 7   seaman
 7   No trade recorded
99   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   silk weaver
 7   No trade recorded
 7   None
 7   No trade recorded
 7   shoemaker
 7   lace maker
14   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
99   No trade recorded
99   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   servant
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   No trade recorded
 7   labourer
 7   No trade recorded
 7   gardener
 7   milliner
 7   No trade recorded
 7   seaman
 7   laundress
 7   No trade recorded
Ship              Signature

Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Prince of Wales
Scarborough
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn
Scarborough
Charlotte              64b
Scarborough
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Lady Penrhyn
Prince of Wales
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Charlotte              25a
Charlotte               56
Scarborough
Scarborough
Scarborough            127
Scarborough
Prince of Wales        86a
Scarborough
Friendship              94
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn           51a
Charlotte
Scarborough
Prince of Wales
Charlotte
Alexander
Friendship             46a
Alexander
Scarborough
Alexander
Friendship
Alexander
Charlotte
Friendship
Scarborough
Charlotte
Alexander
Charlotte
Charlotte             140d
Friendship              51
Charlotte
Friendship
Charlotte
Friendship
Lady Penrhyn
Scarborough       45b
Lady Penrhyn
Scarborough
Scarborough
Friendship
Friendship        35b
Prince of Wales
Friendship         43
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander         120
Alexander
Friendship        115
Alexander         150i
Scarborough
Prince of Wales
Charlotte
Charlotte
Scarborough
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander         41b
Charlotte
Prince of Wales
Prince of Wales
Scarborough        69
Scarborough       33b
Charlotte
Scarborough
Alexander
Charlotte         46b
Friendship
Lady Penrhyn
Charlotte         29a
Charlotte
Friendship
Alexander
Alexander
Alexander
Alexander
Charlotte
Scarborough        46
Charlotte
Alexander         140c
Lady Penrhyn       56a
Charlotte
Charlotte       42
Friendship
Scarborough
Charlotte        29
Charlotte      100b
Lady Penrhyn    55a
Lady Penrhyn
Lady Penrhyn    32a
Alexander
Friendship      98
Scarborough
Friendship      25
Scarborough
Charlotte
Scarborough
Friendship      26
Alexander
Scarborough
Scarborough
Charlotte      125a
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn    60a
Friendship
Scarborough
Alexander
Scarborough
Charlotte
Scarborough
Charlotte
Alexander
Charlotte
Charlotte
Friendship
Scarborough    150f
Charlotte
Scarborough
Scarborough      66
Friendship       82
Charlotte       43a
Scarborough
Alexander
Charlotte
Lady Penrhyn    38a
Charlotte
Scarborough     76b
Lady Penrhyn
Scarborough
Scarborough
Charlotte
Lady Penrhyn       63c
Scarborough
Alexander
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn
Charlotte          42a
Lady Penrhyn
Charlotte
Alexander          129
Alexander
Charlotte
Scarborough
Charlotte
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander
Alexander          64b
Scarborough        123
Alexander           73
Scarborough
Scarborough
Scarborough       150m
Scarborough
Scarborough
Charlotte           91
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn
Prince of Wales
Scarborough
Prince of Wales
Lady Penrhyn       45a
Lady Penrhyn       73a
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Scarborough         32
Lady Penrhyn
Friendship
Alexander
Friendship
Alexander
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander
Alexander           79
Friendship
Alexander
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn      39a
Alexander
Scarborough
Prince of Wales
Friendship
Alexander         71
Scarborough
Alexander
Friendship        66a
Prince of Wales
Scarborough       33
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander
Friendship
Lady Penrhyn      57a
Scarborough       78b
Alexander
Friendship
Alexander
Alexander          39
Prince of Wales   64a
Alexander
Friendship
Scarborough
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn
Friendship
Alexander
Scarborough
Friendship
Prince of Wales
Scarborough
Scarborough
Charlotte
Prince of Wales
Friendship        93
Alexander
Friendship
Lady Penrhyn
Lady Penrhyn
Charlotte
Prince of Wales
Friendship        86
Prince of Wales
Scarborough
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Lady Penrhyn
Charlotte         140b
Alexander          118
Scarborough
Prince of Wales
Charlotte         114c
Alexander
Alexander
Scarborough       114
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn       64c
Scarborough
Charlotte         126
Scarborough
Friendship
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander         150o
Alexander
Alexander          31
Scarborough        89
Scarborough
Alexander
Charlotte
Friendship
Friendship
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn      131a
Friendship
Alexander
Prince of Wales
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander
Scarborough
Prince of Wales    71a
Alexander
Scarborough
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Charlotte
Charlotte
Friendship         36a
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Lady Penrhyn       59
Charlotte
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Friendship
Alexander
Scarborough
Scarborough
Alexander
Scarborough
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn
Prince of Wales
Lady Penrhyn
Friendship         35a
Alexander
Scarborough        34
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn       52a
Alexander
Alexander         151
Alexander          92
Alexander
Scarborough
Alexander          87
Charlotte
Alexander         140a
Scarborough
Friendship         27
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn       69a
Prince of Wales
Scarborough
Charlotte          64
Friendship
Alexander
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn
Scarborough
Friendship
Charlotte
Alexander
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Scarborough       75b
Charlotte
Alexander
Prince of Wales
Scarborough
Friendship         26a
Scarborough        45
Alexander
Charlotte
Scarborough
Scarborough
Alexander
Scarborough
Scarborough        55b
Friendship
Lady Penrhyn       83b
Prince of Wales
Alexander
Scarborough
Friendship
Scarborough       121
Charlotte
Lady Penrhyn      106a
Scarborough
Friendship
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn
Scarborough
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn
Lady Penrhyn       49a
Alexander
Charlotte
Scarborough
Scarborough
Friendship
Alexander
Alexander
Alexander
Charlotte
Alexander
Scarborough
Prince of Wales
Alexander
Charlotte
Prince of Wales
Scarborough
Alexander          57
Alexander         104
Charlotte
Charlotte
Friendship        124b
Friendship
Alexander
Friendship
Scarborough
Scarborough       73b
Alexander
Prince of Wales    40a
Alexander
Alexander
Scarborough       122
Scarborough       150l
Scarborough       106
Alexander
Charlotte
Friendship
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn
Scarborough
Prince of Wales
Friendship
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn
Prince of Wales
Friendship
Friendship
Scarborough        49
Lady Penrhyn
Charlotte
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn       48a
Lady Penrhyn
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn       61a
Charlotte
Charlotte
Charlotte
Scarborough
Friendship
Lady Penrhyn       63a
Alexander
Alexander
Prince of Wales
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn      106c
Scarborough       150a
Charlotte
Alexander
Scarborough
Friendship
Alexander
Friendship        50b
Scarborough
Alexander
Alexander
Alexander
Alexander
Scarborough
Prince of Wales
Alexander
Scarborough         38
Lady Penrhyn      127c
Lady Penrhyn
Charlotte         111
Lady Penrhyn
Charlotte          55c
Alexander
Prince of Wales
Alexander
Charlotte
Friendship        87a
Prince of Wales
Prince of Wales
Alexander
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn      75a
Friendship
Friendship
Alexander
Alexander
Friendship
Alexander
Friendship
Charlotte
Scarborough
Scarborough        40
Alexander
Scarborough
Friendship
Alexander
Prince of Wales
Lady Penrhyn
Charlotte         100
Scarborough
Scarborough
Scarborough
Scarborough
Scarborough        40b
Alexander         150c
Scarborough
Scarborough
Friendship
Alexander
Scarborough
Charlotte
Charlotte         150j
Lady Penrhyn
Scarborough
Scarborough
Alexander
Alexander         124
Lady Penrhyn       53
Charlotte
Prince of Wales    89a
Friendship
Alexander
Friendship
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn       37c
Alexander
Scarborough        47b
Lady Penrhyn       37a
Scarborough
Scarborough
Scarborough
Charlotte
Alexander
Alexander
Friendship
Friendship         36b
Alexander
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander
Scarborough
Friendship
Alexander          84
Alexander
Scarborough
Alexander         136b
Alexander
Alexander
Friendship
Alexander          62b
Lady Penrhyn       77a
Friendship
Alexander
Scarborough
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn       33a
Prince of Wales
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn
Scarborough        48b
Scarborough
Scarborough
Friendship
Scarborough
Friendship
Alexander          24
Friendship
Alexander
Scarborough
Alexander
Scarborough
Charlotte
Scarborough
Charlotte
Lady Penrhyn       76a
Prince of Wales
Prince of Wales
Scarborough
Charlotte
Charlotte
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander
Alexander
Alexander           72
Charlotte         127a
Alexander          140
Friendship         69b
Friendship
Friendship         68a
Alexander
Scarborough        59b
Alexander           52
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn      119c
Scarborough        105
Scarborough       150b
Alexander           44
Charlotte          137
Scarborough
Alexander
Scarborough
Scarborough
Alexander
Alexander         140f
Scarborough        96c
Scarborough
Alexander          83
Scarborough
Alexander
Charlotte         101
Alexander
Scarborough        90c
Charlotte
Scarborough
Alexander
Alexander
Charlotte          35
Alexander         113
Alexander
Prince of Wales
Scarborough
Friendship
Alexander          68
Lady Penrhyn      83a
Scarborough        90
Scarborough       71b
Scarborough
Scarborough
Scarborough
Scarborough
Charlotte
Friendship
Alexander
Scarborough        95
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander
Alexander
Alexander
Prince of Wales
Scarborough
Scarborough
Alexander
Alexander
Scarborough         50
Charlotte         139a
Alexander
Alexander
Alexander
Alexander
Friendship
Alexander          47
Lady Penrhyn
Charlotte          77
Alexander
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Charlotte
Prince of Wales
Lady Penrhyn
Prince of Wales    82a
Charlotte
Scarborough
Charlotte          74a
Scarborough
Scarborough
Charlotte
Lady Penrhyn       50a
Alexander
Scarborough
Alexander
Scarborough
Charlotte
Scarborough
Scarborough        37b
Scarborough
Friendship
Charlotte
Prince of Wales
Lady Penrhyn
Lady Penrhyn       31a
Charlotte         133b
Alexander
Scarborough
Charlotte
Scarborough
Charlotte
Alexander         136
Alexander
Alexander
Alexander
Alexander
Friendship
Alexander
Alexander          68b
Friendship
Alexander
Prince of Wales    41a
Scarborough
Friendship
Alexander
Friendship
Friendship         86b
Prince of Wales    78a
Alexander
Scarborough
Scarborough
Scarborough       106b
Scarborough
Alexander          59
Lady Penrhyn
Scarborough
Alexander          67
Alexander
Scarborough
Charlotte         103
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander
Friendship
Scarborough
Friendship
Alexander
Friendship
Lady Penrhyn
Scarborough
Alexander
Lady Penrhyn
Friendship
Alexander          65
Charlotte
Alexander
Alexander
Charlotte
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander
Prince of Wales
Scarborough        61
Scarborough
Alexander
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn       65a
Alexander
Friendship
Alexander
Friendship
Alexander
Charlotte
Alexander
Scarborough
Scarborough
Alexander
Alexander
Charlotte
Scarborough
Alexander
Alexander         58a
Scarborough
Alexander         63b
Scarborough
Charlotte          47a
Charlotte         140e
Alexander
Scarborough
Charlotte
Scarborough       66b
Friendship
Prince of Wales
Scarborough
Charlotte
Scarborough
Lady Penrhyn      88a
Scarborough
Charlotte
Scarborough
Scarborough
Alexander
Prince of Wales    84
Alexander
Alexander
Friendship
Alexander
Friendship
Lady Penrhyn      44a
Friendship
Scarborough
Scarborough
Charlotte
Scarborough        70
Lady Penrhyn
Scarborough
Scarborough
Scarborough       116
Alexander
Scarborough       102
Scarborough       60b
Lady Penrhyn
Alexander
Scarborough
Prince of Wales
Prince of Wales
Notes

On 12 June 1790 sentenced to receive 200 lashes for theft of sugar.
Gave birth to a child on 13 April 1787 (d 19 May 1788) and married his father Thomas Tilley on 4 May 1788.
Jewish.                                        De
         Travelled with daughter (1787-1837). facto and later legal wife of Lt George Johnston of the Marin

Partner in the original crime was John Ayners.

Partner in the original crime was John Adams.
Partner in the original crime was John Smith (of the Charlotte). Report from Dunkirkhulk was “troublesome a
Partners in the original crime were Peter Sampson and Joseph Collins. On 13 February 1792 he received 200 l


Her victim, Hugh Harding was the same as that of Tamasin Allen. One witness said of him “I never see him so
Died while giving birth to a child by Marine private John Brown.
Her victim, Hugh Harding was the same as that of Mary Allen. One witness said of him “I never see him sobe

Partner in the original crime was Elizabeth Bruce.
Described in the colony as “too fond of spirituous liquors to be very industrious”.
                                                                On
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. 14 December 1789 he received 200 lashes fo
Murdered by his wife.
Night watch member.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he had behaved “tolerably well”.     Transferred from the Charlotte to Scarbor
Night watch member.
Partner in the original crime was Elizabeth Scott.
Probably absconded soon after landing. Partner in the original crime was John Pettitt.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “in general tolerab
Described as “near six feet high, wears his own lank hair, pitted with the smallpox, thick lips and stout made”,

Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”.
Partner in the original crime was Thomas Till.

Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Arrested at 16 years of age. On 15 March 1789 received 50 lashes for theft of flour. Partners in the crime were
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.   Report from Dunkirk hulk was that she was beh
Actual value of stolen goods was 150 shillings. Partner in the original crime was John Cropper.
Actual value of stolen goods was 20 shillings. Partner in the original crime was James Burley.

Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at t
One of three older ex-convicts ordered a passage home by the Lieutenant Governor.
 Ringleader of the Mercury mutiny, however he had intervened to save the steward‟s life and prevented the Ca
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Died in Portsmouth before departure.
Partner in crime Samuel Pigott. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. Flogged several
Pardoned and released before the fleet departed.
Married James Heatherly, carpenter‟s crew from Sirius . Left for India with husband and three children.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny Report from Dunkirk hulk was “sometimes trouble
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”. His partnet in crime was Stephen Mullis.
Held on Dunkirk hulk. One of the best behaved on the journey out according to Lt Ralph Clark.
Described at her death as being aged 82, but Bowes was not a reliable estimater of age.
Received 50 lashes on 21 July 1788 for “making a riot”.Joined NSW Corps in 1793.  Described in September 1
Gave birth to child (son of a seaman) who died 29 February 1788.
Night watch member.

Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he behaved “remarkably well”.  Behaviour deteriorated on the journey. Afte
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti

Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti

Partner in the original crime was Samuel Bird. On 20 July 1789 sentenced to receive 100 lashes for stealing fis
Partner in the original crime was James Bird. Described as of stout build, five feet seven inches tall, with dark
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
In December 1789 he received 50 lashes for insolence.  Night watch member by 1791.     Described as “a first cla


Guilty of return from transport following the Swift mutiny. Guilty of return from transport following the Mercu

Reported by a witness to have always been well behaved and to have held many respectable posts. On 2 Febr
Partner in original crime was William Hubbard. On 2 August 1788 received 50 lashes for “gambling for a knife
Doubt as to her identity in later records because of inconsistent use of her name.
Partner in the original crime was William Morgan.
                                                         On
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “at times troublesome”. 7 January 1789 he received 150 lashes for being dru
Victim of an accident while waiting on board in Portsmouth.
Asked permission to take her daughter to NSW. The child (1786-1788) died shortly after her mother.
On 2 November 1789 he received 100 lashes for beating his wife, on 22 February 1790 he received 25 lashes f
Guilty of return from transport following the Swift mutiny. Night watch member. Escaped 1791.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Confused with the other James Bradley, at the time the original lists were being prepared. On 23 February 178
Confused with the other James Bradley, at the time the original lists were being prepared. Died before departu
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “sometimes troub
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “in general tolerab
Gave birth to a child by a seaman on 20 July 1788, and later had a daughter, Alicia, by Lt Ralph Clark on 23 Ju
Partners in the original crime were Mary Haydon and Catherine Fryer. Report from Dunkirk was “tolerably dece
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.




Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
Confusion exists about given name.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at t

Partner in the original crime was Elizabeth Anderson.
Partner in the original crime was James Branegan.   Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutin
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”. Married Ann Coombes.      Killed by a falling tree. Lt King
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti

Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he had behaved “remarkably well”. Married Mary Braund. Received 100 las
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
She invited her victim “to sleep with her”.
Partner in the original crime was Rebecca Davidson. They invited their victim to a glass of gin, then he said “sh
She was caught with her hand in her victim‟s pocket.
Partner in the original crime was George Barland. Received 25 lashes on 26 January 1789 for being out of qua
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
Died as a result of an attack by Aborigines.
Partner in the original crime was John Haydon. Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.  R

Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Partner in the original crime was Andrew Goodwin.
Married Susannah Holmes whom he had met on Dunkirk. An early entrepeneur. Night watch member.
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Described as a “black servant” from Madagascar. was said of him that “he gave more trouble than any other




Partner in the original crime was John Cullyhorn/Callaghan. Needed and received medication during 1783.

Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.May have fallen overboard in 1787.

Described by Captain Collins as “an industrious and thriving settler”.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.  Received 150 lashes on 14 May 1789 for stealing
Born in the West Indies.


Described as a “black”.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.Sentenced to 300 lashes on 16 February 1789 fo

Probably a pick pocket theft.

He was caught when, having broken into a public house, he was found lying in the cellar “very much in liquor”
Partner in the original crime was Nicholas Todd. Together they stole the clothes from a clothesline.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
Sent to Dunkirk hulk. Gave birth to child which died on 17 March 1788, son of John Bingham, whom she later

Partners in the original crime were John Stokoe and George Sharp.
Described as “a black”.                                                               In
                          Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. 1790 described as “on
Partner in the original crime was Mary Johnson.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
The context of the crime indicates it was a pickpocket crime.
Gave birth to stillborn child on 4 July 1787.

Partners in the original crime were Charles Allan and Peter Sampson.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.The ships surgeon wrote “worn out by low spirits

Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Night watch member. Partner in the original crime was Edward Perrott.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Tambour work was embroidery done on a frame.
In August 1789 she received 50 lashes for obtaining provisions by fraud, and the following day received 100 la
Partner in the original crime was Susannah Huffnell.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. Partner in the original crime was James Gould.
Partners in the original crime were Martin Stone and Charles Repeat.
Executed following his attempted escape.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he had beha
Partner in the original crime was John Pontie. Night watch member.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “a very troublesome Fellow”.  Joined NSW Corps in 1797 rising to the rank of ser
Age is an estimate.
Partner in the original crime was John Barford.

Although technically free he received the sentence of wearing an iron collar for a year for stealing corn and gre
Perhaps guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Night watch member. Became a Superi

Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Actual value of stolen goods was £2600 or 52600 shillings.Sentenced to receive 25 lashes for “improper word
Partner in the original crime was John Carney. Required medication while awaiting transfer to a hulk. Found g

Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
In August 1788 received 50 lashes for absconding for a day, and another 100 for faking a specimen of gold. E
The crime was one involving shoplifting. Gave birth to child on 5 April 1788 (father a seaman). Became partne
Described at her trial as a widow.
May have been Jewish. In May 1791 received 32 lashes for attempted theft of flour.
Context of crime was shoplifting.
Partner in the original crime was Sarah Burdo. Their victim “wanted to have connection with” Burdo.

May have been Jewish. Partner in the original crime was Thomas Risdale Crowder.
Executed having been found guilty of theft of clothing. Captain Collins wrote “She died generally reviled and un

By the time she died, she was said to have returned to England at least three times.
Received 24 lashes for “contempuously” throwing away fish.

Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
Killed by Aborigines at Rushcutters Bay.
Report from England hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. Considerable confusion exists with other William
Considerable confusion exists with the other William Davis. Probably received 25 lashes for lighting a fire in hi

Had three children by Surgeon William Balmain, and accompanied him back to England.

Received 150 lashes for attacking Aborigines in March 1789. Received 200 lashes in February 1792, for workin
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
Sentenced to receive 50 lashes for singing loudly “at an improper hour” in June 1789.Night watch member in
Sentenced to 200 lashes on 26 December 1788 for stealing a bag of flour, and received 25 lashes in May 1791
Partner in the original crime was William Smith. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Received 25 lashes in March 1789 for supplying liquor to Elizabeth Leonard, making her drunk and insolent.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
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The watch was stolen from the victim‟s pocket. 18 December he was ordered to work in a gang, following a
Partner in the original crime was James Smith.
Partner in the original crime was Joseph Robinson. On 11 May 1788 he received 36 lashes for being absent wit
Partner in the original crime was Susannah Garth. Their drunken victim had staggered to Dugeon‟s bed to slee
This “quiet sober girl” remained as a servant in Lt Governor Philip King‟s household for 15 years.
Guilty of return from transport following the Swift mutiny. He received 50 lashes for repeated disobedience an
She received 48 lashes on 14 June 1791 for being drunk and noisy.
He received 48 lashes in October 1788 for “Mutinous Expressions and daring language. He ought to have rece
She persuaded her victim to go home with her. He said “I cannot say I was sober, but I was not very much in

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She spent time in irons on board the Friendship for “theft and dirtyness”.  5 April 1791 she was ordered to
On her death the Sydney Gazette wrote “always much esteemed as an honest and industrious woman.”


Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
On 29 December 1788 sentenced to receive 50 lashes for using “improper expressions” about the marines.
Actual value of stolen goods was 135 shillings.
On 5 December 1788 she brought a complaint against her husband after a dispute. It was considered trivial an

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Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. 25 May 1790 ordered to receive 300 lashes f
Partner in the original crime was William Read. An early sheep grazer, he was regarded as one of the success
On 14 November 1791 he received 200 lashes for disobedience and mutinous behaviour.
The theft occured from a shop.


On 7 February 1789 he received 25 lashes for drunkenness and falshood. Night watch member by 1800.
Partner in the original crime was James Neale.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.

He had picked his victim‟s pocket.

Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.  Received 100 lashes in July 1789 for writing an o
Described at her trial as “an unfortunate old woman” and “a very sober and industrious woman”.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
On 9 February 1789 he was ordered to receive 50 lashes for being absent from work for three days. He was re
At his trial a witness reported having frequently seen him picking pockets.Guilty of return from transport follo
Partner in the original crime was Jane Langley.
Described at her trial as “a widow”, she had stolen a gown after pretending to faint in a shop.
She was sentenced on 3 March 1789 to receive 25 lashes for disobedience.
Partner in the original crime was Ann Parsley. In April 1790 she received 25 lashes for allowing pigs into her g
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “in general tolerab
Partner in the original crime was Lydia Munro.
Partner in the original crime was Richard McDale. On 29 December 1790 he was ordered to work in a gang be

She was transported with her four year old daughter. On 13 February 1789 she received 25 lashes for abusing
Described as “a widow”
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Confused by contractors with another of the same name who died in England.      Described as “a worthless troub
Described as “a black”.
Partner in the original crime was her husband William Fraser.
Partner in the original crime was his wife Ellen Fraser. Noted for his surly temper and heavy drinking. On 5 Ja
Sentenced to death on 27 February 1788 for stealing 15 allowances of flour, and reprieved to become the publ
Partner in the original crime was Nicholas Greenwell.

Such a good carpenter that he was offered an incentive to stay on as a free man.
In June 1789 she received 36 lashes for theft.

Partners in the original crime were John Leary, Joseph Morley and Henry Roach.   Guilty of return from transpo
On 6 July 1789 he was ordered to receive100 lashes for the theft of three quarts of wheat. Night watch memb
Partner in the original crime was Elizabeth Dudgens. Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mu

Partner in the original crime was William Mariner.
Partner in the original crime was Eleanor McCabe. Had a son by a seaman, born on 10 December 1788 who die
Received several floggings in the early years for telling a lie to Major Ross, neglect of duty, and employing con
Received 50 of the 200 lashes he was ordered on 12 January 1789 for “assisting the late Thomas Saunderson w
Received 50 lashes for impertinance to a supervisor in December 1790.
Partner in the original crime was William Butler.
On 24 October 1789 sentenced to receive 50 lashes for playing cards at 2am. Night watch member by 1800.
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Described as “a black”. 12 September 1788, saved Lydia Munro from being raped by a soldier. On 29 Febru
Partner in the original crime was James Copp.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Described at his trial as “a boy 11 years old”.Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Re

He was in repeated trouble receiving 500 lashes and having to work in irons for stealing pork in August 1788,
She said at her trial “I have not a friend in the world”, her husband having died three months before the birth
The crime was one involving shoplifting.   Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report


Partner in the original crime was Robert Freeman. Did not sail as he was pardoned before the Fleet sailed.
The victim was robbed when he went with two women to a house, the lights were doused and he felt hands rem




Ordered 100 lashes for neglect of duty on 23 August 1791, although his time had expired. He could not bear m
May have in fact been 27 when transported.

Described as “4ft 4 inches tall, healthy and strong”.She died at the Liverpool Lunatic Asylum, NSW, having be
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “in general tolerab
Guilty of return from transport following the Swift mutiny and guilty of return from transport following the Mer
Her theft included “one promissory note of 20 pounds from the Governor and company of the bank of England,
Did not travel with First Fleet, being pardoned on condition that he served in the navy.

Received 25 lashes on 29 August 1788 for drunkenness and insolence.
Described at his trial as “Master of the Falcon Inn”, regarded as a “quiet harmless old man” on the Dunkirk.
Partner in the original crime was William Tyrell.
Bowes gave her age as 82.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “behaves remarka

Actual value of stolen goods was 265 shillings.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Founder of the night watch. Described as Jewish




One of a pair of “abandoned characters” who threw some kind of acid on a woman saying “there are so many s
Possibly taken back to England with Lt Long, her daughter (b November 1791) by him and an older daughter (
Her victim stated “My lord I value them [the items of clothing] at 30 shillings in order to save her life”. Gave
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “behaving better t

Married Flora Larah. May have been Jewish.

A witness saw her take the watch from the victim‟s pocket.


Death caused “by taking intemperately of the American rum”.

Sentenced to 800 lashes in July 1791 for receiving stolen goods.    Stabbed by his wife in June 1795, but he di

Partner in the original crime was Simon Burn.  Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.R
On 7 February 1789 ordered to receive 25 lashes for “insolence and idleness”.
Received 50 lashes on 11 August 1789 for “infamous behaviour to Margaret Dawson”.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he had behav
On 9 February 1788 ordered to receive 30 lashes for insolence.


The crime was one involving shoplifting.
At her trial the court said “it is a horrid thing that servants will behave so”.
Had been observed picking pockets before he was caught. Night watch member.
Partner in the original crime was John Small.     Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”.
Spent time on Dunkirk hulk.

His accuser felt his pocket being picked.
She suggested her victim go with her, but he declined. She asked for money, and he then felt her feeling his p

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Report from Dunkirk hulk was “in general tolerably well behaved but troublesome at times”. 12 February 1
Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he had behaved “very well”.
Sentenced on 21 June 1790 to a quarter of a pound of flour a day for 1 month for neglect of duty. Received 21
Does not appear to have actually sailed with the First Fleet.
Persuaded her victim up to her room. When he woke he found his watch and cash missing.
Committed suicide.


The crime was one involving shoplifting. On 14 July 1791 she received 25 lashes for leaving her settlement wi
Yet another young pickpocket. Sentenced to receive 150 lashes, and to wear a leg iron for a year when as par
Married Henry Kable on 10 February 1788. They had met in gaol and she had born his child there in 1786.
Received 36 lashes in June 1789 for being from absent from his task, and another 24 on 9 October 1789 for lo
Mistakenly written as „Stone‟ in contractor‟s record.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Received 50 lashes on 18 November 1790 for theft of potatoes. Described in 1813 as a labourer and a seaman
Actual value of stolen goods was 134 shillings.

Partner in the original crime was William Boggis. Obvious problem of confusion with the other William Hubbard
Contractor called him Husband. Obvious problem of confusion with the other William Hubbard in NSW records
A “child of nine years old” when arrested.Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Repor
Partner in the original crime was Mary Cooper.




Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti

Partner in the original crime was Richard Widdicombe. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and ord
Known in Londonas “Hell-fire Moll”.
Ordered 100 lashes on 13 June 1788 for leaving work for 2 days to gather greens, but received only 50. Order
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he had behav
Received 50 lashes on 28 March 1791 for theft of timber.
Had two children by Lt P G King, before he returned home in 1796. These boys were educated in England by t
Another young pickpocket.   Sentenced to 100 lashes (“50 now and 50 when he can”) for stealing 2 pounds of f
The first convict to be emancipated, and considered to be the best of all the surgeons in NSW.
Her victim had been sleeping with her.
Her victim had been sleeping with her.


Probably Jewish.
Partner in the original crime was Samuel Selshire. Probably Jewish.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “in general tolerab
Received 50 of 100 lashes for getting lost while looking for greens when he should have been at work. Ordered

Speared by Aborigines.
Partner in the original crime was Richard Wilcocks.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly
On 14 January 1792 ordered 800 lashes, for stealing flour from the store where he had been working. They w
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Partner in the original crime involving shoplifting was Ann Smith (Prince of Wales).

Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Partner in the original crime, which involved shoplifting, was Elizabeth Cole.Lived with Capt Meredith, giving b
Partner in the original crime was John Ramsay. No record of his death on the voyage, nor does he appear in th

On 14 November 1789 sentenced to receive 50 lashes for being drunk and disorderly.
Guilty of return from transport following the Swift mutiny and guilty of return from transport following the Mer

Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. Partner in the original crime was Jeremiah Leary

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Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. 21 August 1788 sentenced to receive 50 lash
On 18 October 1788 sentenced to receive 50 lashes for disobedience.
Guilty of return from transport following the Swift mutiny of which he was a ringleader. A man of education an

Partners in the original crime were Mary Mitchcraft and Sarah Taylor.
Received 150 lashes in July 1789 for buying “necessaries” from a marine.

Guilty of return from transport following the Swift mutiny. Described on his headstone as “a loving husband, a
                                He
Night watch member in 1805. “considered the convicts of Norfolk island no better than heathens” and that


Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”.     Received 546 of 800 lashes for robbing a house, and li
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Received 2000 lashes in April 1789 for stealing 13 pounds of biscuit. He saw a broken lock “and hunger promp
Partner in the original crime was Mary Finn. Their victim accompanied them to Mary‟s home, when he “felt a w
On 10 June 1790 sentenced to receive 300 lashes for absconding.
Described in court records as “an evil disposed person”. Probably Jewish.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “in general tolerab
                                                            In
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “sometimes troublesome”.  August 1789 could only bear 61 of 100 lashes ord

On 25 July 1789 received a sentence of 50 lashes for helping to steal a shirt.
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Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.  the Dunkirk hulk he was a “quiet” prisoner. 
Partner in the original crime was Thomas Jones.  Received the order to run “the Gauntlet among the Convicts”
Partners in the original crime were Joseph Morley, Francis Garland and Henry Roach.

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Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. 9 January 1789 sentenced to receive 100 las

Described as “a veteran in infamy” by David Collins in 1805.
Partner in the original crime was Ann Martin. Received 50 lashes over 3 Saturdays in January 1789 for stealing
Described as the first Jew to be buried in Australia.
Actual value of stolen goods was 99 shillings. Her victim had gone to bed with her before being robbed. Death
Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he had behaved “remarkably well”.   Returned as a free settler in 1803.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Guilty of return from transport in 1783, having made his way back after being landed in Africa with no food. G

Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “in general tolerab


Received 12 lashes on 28 January 1789 for being absent from work, and another 100 on 28 October 1789 for l
Was included on contractor‟s list by error, and did not sail with First Fleet.

Partner in the original crime was Elizabeth/Winifred Bird.
Became increasingly addicted to alcohol before his death by suicide.

Suicide by drowning.

On 15 August 1788 ordered to receive 25 lashes for abusive behaviour.
One of the few convicts allowed to carry a gun, and was a licenced game killer. Attacked and wounded by Abor
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “in general tolerab
Brother of Thomas MacLean, his partner in crime.
Brother of Francis MacLean, his partner in crime.

Partner in the original crime was Thomas Gearing. On 7 March 1789 ordered to receive 100 lashes for theft of




She is readily distinguished from the other Mary Marshall, by her behaviour and the fact that she was able to s
Ordered to 25 lashes on 9 February 1789 for “infamous expressions” and another 50 on 18 March 1789 for po
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
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Partner in the original crime was Amelia Levy. 23 August 1788 she was charged with ”being so drunk she c
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. With only 1 year to serve escaped with Willam B
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Described as “a black”, and “A sober industrious man”. August 30 1788 received 25 lashes for lighting a fir

Received 25 lashes on 25 February 1789 for neglecting his work, and on 28 November 1789 ordered 50 lashes
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “sometimes troub
Her year old son died on 29 September 1787. On 29 August 1789 sentenced to receive 25 lashes for making a

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She described herself as “an unfortunate”.  7 October 1789 sentenced to receive 25 lashes for stealing som
Partner in the original crime was James McDonough.

Together with Ann George she persuaded their victim to go to her room where they robbed him. Gave birth to

Partner in the original crime was Robert Forrester. Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutin
Actual value of stolen goods was 16 shillings. Probably killed by Aborigines.
Partner in the original crime was Thomas Matson. On 26 September 1788 sentenced to receive 200 lashes and
Actual value of stolen goods was 43 shillings. Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.R
On 20 April 1788, received 36 lashes for theft of rum, on 18 May 1788, 36 lashes for ”seditious and threatenin
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “a dangerous Fello
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Described as an American sailor.

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Partners in the original crime were Thomas Smith and William Shore. 13 April 1789 ordered to receive 100
Partner in the original crime was John Rowe.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “ troublesome at t

Partners in the original crime were Martha Kennedy and Sarah Taylor.
Had a child by Lt Poulden. She and her son probably returned to England with Lt Poulden.
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Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. 30 August 1788 ordered to receive 100 lashe

Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he had behaved “very well”.

Actual value of stolen goods was 54 shillings. Ordered to receive 100 lashes in December 1789 for allowing ca


Partner in the original crime was Benjamin Wright. Sentenced to receive 25 lashes on 26 January 1789 for bei
Partner in the original crime was Peter Bond.
Partners in the original crime were John Leary, Francis Garland, and Henry Roach. Guilty of return from transp
He escaped in 1788.

Partners in the original crime were son Noah Mortimer and Edward Westlake.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “t
Partners in the original crime were father John Mortimer and Edward Westlake. Report from Dunkirk hulk was
The crime was one involving shoplifting. Gave birth to child on 16 November 1789 (d 14 February 1790) whos
Described as “a black” from North America he was 5ft 7inches tall, black complexion with white balding hair a
Actual value of stolen goods was 40 shillings.


Travelled with her 3 year old daughter.
Partner in the original crime was John Bazley.
Partner in the original crime was Ann Forbes. Victim of an attempted rape on July 1788 by William Boggis.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti

Partner in the original crime was William Farley.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Night watch member.
On 9 February 1788 was assaulted by a soldier for refusing to go into the woods. A very successful businesswo




On 3 December 1789 sentenced to receive 100 lashes for disobeying orders and neglecting his work.
Partners in the original crime were George Bannister and George Robinson. Probably died in the bush after his
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he had beha

Killed by Aborigines.
Partner in the original crime was brother Thomas Oldfield.
Partner in the original crime was sister Isabella Oldfield. Night watch member.
Described as Jewish. Sentenced on 30 April 1788 to 100 lashes for theft, received 100 lashes on 16 January 1
Described as “a black” who spoke broken English.


On 16 January 1789 sentenced to receive 100 lashes for a three day absence from camp.
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Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he had behaved “very well”. post mortem showed that “his stomach was


Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”.
Described by Gillen as “a fastidious and educated clerk of the Inner Temple”.

Sentenced on 1 January 1792 to receive 100 lashes for insolence.
Travelled with her daughter (1786-1788) having become pregnant whilst in gaol. Spent time in irons whilst on
On 30 August 1788 ordered to receive 25 lashes for lighting a fire in his hut.


Described as “the noted swindler” by court records.Employed in issuing spirits, on 6 May 1788 he was senten

Partner in the original crime was Thomas Tilley.

Partner in the original crime, one of shoplifting, was Phebe Flarty. The pair were known prostitutes. Had a chil
Guilty of return from transport following the Swift mutiny. Night watch member.    Known in NSW as “Rice - th
The crime was one involving shoplifting. Lived with Lt Ball in Sydney.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny (detailed court transcript extracts reprinted in Cob
Partner in the original crime was Peter Woodcock. Actual value of stolen goods was 91 shillings. Sentenced to
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.   Charged with 3 of his sons in 1821, with stealing
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
His theft was discovered when his house was searched as part of the hunt for Mercury escapees.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”.
Partner in the original crime was William Connelly.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”.
Actual value of stolen goods was 1373 shillings.
Partner in the original crime was John Ayres.
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The 21st child of his parents. 23 June 1788 received a sentence of death for theft from Lt Furzer‟s tent on

On 4 February 1789 sentenced to 25 lashes for baking her flour on an iron spade over a fire.

Partner in the original crime was Samuel Barsby.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”
Described as “the female highwayman”.

Described as “an abandoned woman [who] is in figure a fine woman and has got a handsome face” by Lt Clark
Partner in the original crime was Jonathon Matthew Cox.

Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.


Attempted to escape at Teneriffe, while he was working as a seaman. Ringleader of plot with crew members to
Joined NSW Corps in 1800. Described in September 1808 as aged 48 years four months, with fair complexion

Partners in the original crime were Mary Braund and Mary Haydon.   Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably de
Sentenced to 300 lashes on 23 January 1789 for buying shirt trousers and shoes from another convict.
Court to prisoner: “I am very sorry to say that you have been very frequently tried here before”.Guilty of retu
Joined NSW Corps in 1800. Described in September 1808 as aged 50 years seven months, with dark complexi
She had a previous conviction for theft.

Partner in the original crime was William Johnson.  Described by Watkin Tench as “a civil sober industrious man
Joined NSW Corps in 1800.    Described as “a black‟ from North America, he was aged 44 years, with black com
Actual value of stolen goods was 120 shillings.

Partner in the original crime was William Elliott.

Partners in the original crime were James Corden and Martin Stone.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “at times troublesome”. Night watch member.

On 24 January 1789 sentenced to receive 25 lashes for neglecting his work, and on 13 October 1789 to 50 lash
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Died of intoxication.

The crime netted only 1 penny. Received 50 lashes on 10 May 1790 for not flogging 5 men “as he ought to ha
Actual value of stolen goods was 77 shillings.
Was a teacher in the colony from 1790 to 1810. Married Isabella Rosson. Joined NSW Corps in 1792. Describe
Actual value of stolen goods was 10 shillings.

Partners in the original crime were Francis Garland, Joseph Morley and John Leary.Guilty of return from trans
This was his sixth offence. Drowned whilst assisting people from an overturned boat
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Actual value of stolen goods was 60 shillings. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”.  Received
Partners in the original crime were George Bannister and John Nurse.

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Partner in the original crime was William Dring. 9 February 1789 sentenced to 12 lashes for being out of hi
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “in general tolerab


May have returned to England as servant to Lt Governor P G King‟s wife.
Received 50 lashes on 18 August 1791 for “Riotous behaviour after hours”.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
Actual value of stolen goods was 100 shillings. Received 25 lashes on 11 February and 11 March 1789 for neg
Gave birth on 31 May 1787 to a child which died on 8 June 1787. A teacher in the colony from 1790-1810 wit
Brother of William Rowe. Partner in the original crime was Edward Moyle.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “toler
Brother of John Rowe.   Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Received 300 lashes on 21 January 1788 for stealing beans from the governor‟s farm.
Partner in the original crime was Samuel Woodham. Guilty of return from transport having made his way back
His gravestone reads “My mother reread me tenderley. With me she took much paines And when I arived in th
Sentenced to 300 lashes on 12 January 1789 for violently beating Mary Love and Elizabeth Lock.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “in general tolerab
On 11 August 1788 sentenced to receive 50 lashes for stealing spirits after being found drunk, 50 lashes on 13
Partners in the original crime were Charles Allen and Joseph Collins.
Took her 2 year old son who died on 24 April 1797.

Senteced to death and executed for having escaped on 15 December 1788 and later robbing the “publick store

Partner in the original crime was Sarah Ault.She died “by overloading her stomach with flour and greens”, her
Partner in the original crime was John Jacobs.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Partners in the original crime were Richard Clough and John Stockoe.

The watch was taken “with a considerable degree of force” from the victim‟s pocket.
Partners in the original crime were Mary Braund and Catherine Prior.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably

On 29 February 1788 ordered to receive 300 lashes for theft, but punishment was forgiven.
Pardoned before the fleet sailed, so did not embark.
Partners in the original crime were Samuel Midgley and Thomas Smith (Alexander).
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny, in which he was wounded.Report from Dunkirk h

The crime was one involving shoplifting. On 5 March 1789 ordered to receive 25 lashes for supplying the liquo
Partner in the original crime was John Herbert.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”. Membe
Partner in the original crime was brother Richard Smart.
Partner in the original crime was brother Daniel Smart.
Smith had been before the courts several times. Escaped (and probably died) 14 February 1788.
On Dunkirk with her daughter (1785-1791), who travelled with her.
Partner in the original crime was Catherine Johnson. The crime was one involving shoplifting.
May have received 25 lashes on 18 March 1789 for being in possession of a soldier‟s property. Married George
The victim awoke in Smith‟s room to find the watch missing. “I was not drunk, nor can I say I was sober”.May
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”.   May have escaped in 1791.

Partner in the original crime was Daniel Gordon. Received on Dunkirk hulk with a 3 month son (1786-1788), w
Partner in the original crime was Ferdinand Dowland. On 24 April 1789 ordered to receive 25 lashes for neglec

Partner in the original crime was Thomas Acres.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”.  Escap
The crime involved shoplifting.
Partners in the original crime were Samuel Midgley and William Shore.
Difficult to distinguish from others of same name in later years.
The records are confused, showing him tried in Liverpool, Lancashire on 12 January 1786, but that William Sm
Partner in the original crime was Timothy Discall.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.

Actual value of stolen goods was 24 shillings.
Became a schoolmaster on Norfolk Island.
Actual value of stolen goods was 99 shillings. Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.R
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
The 5 year term was a clerical error in Mary Spencer‟s favour. It should have been 7 years. Gave birth to a chil

One of a pair of “abandoned characters” i.e. prostitutes according to court records. Partner in the original crime
Received 15 of 350 lashes (the rest “when he can bear it”) in November 1789 stealing medicines and pepper.

Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.  Sentenced to receive 150 lashes (at 50 a week
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. Received 25 of 50 lashes on 14 February 1789 f


Described as a responsible person.
Partners in the original crime were Richard Clough and George Sharp.

Partners in the original crime were James Corden and Charles Repeat.
Ordered 100 lashes on 22 February 1788 for selling a possum for a bottle of rum, but only received 50, and on
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.   Sentenced to receive 100 lashes for idleness in
Sentenced to be put in irons and to receive 200 lashes for attempting to break into a store in March 1791.
On 11 February 1788 ordered to receive 25 lashes for neglect of work.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
He was still alive in 1814.
Partners in the original crime were Mary Mitchcraft and Martha Kennedy.
                                                                On
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.  23 Februay 1789 sentenced to receive 25 la
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “very quiet”. The
On 16 January 1789 sentenced to receive 200 lashes for selling a shirt, and flogged in July 1791 for using corn
Sent to the Dunkirk hulk. Placed in irons a number of times while on the journey. Received 25 lashes on 14 Ju
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
Actual value of stolen goods was 41 shillings.

Sentenced to 500 lashes on 1 November 1788 for theft of soap, and on 19 June 1790 ordered to receive 100 la

Received 50 lashes for stealing corn from a garden in January 1789.
Received 30 lashes on 29 August 1788 for drunkenness and insolence, and 50 lashes on 10 May 1790 for conc

Partner in the original crime was James Baldwin.
Partner in the original crime was Edward Parry.
Escaped by April 1788.
Partner in the original crime was George Clayton.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. Sentenced to 200 lashes on 25 May 1788 for ste


Was press ganged into the navy at St Kitts, Leeward Islands in 1785. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably
Probably the John Turner who received 150 lashes on 7 March 1789 for attacking Aborigines.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he had behav

Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
On 5 March 1789 she was sentenced to receive 50 lashes (25 then and 25 on the next provision day) for steali
Aged 14 at the date of his trial. Family tradition describes him as possibly having been black, but this has not


Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Partner in the original crime was John Handford.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.Probably escaped in 1788.
Actual value of stolen goods was 40 shillings. On 12 May 1790 sentenced to receive 50 lashes for theft.

Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. May have been the convict „Vinry‟ who received

On 12 September 1788 and again on 21 September 1788 sentenced to receive 25 lashes for drunkenness.
Actual value of stolen goods was 95 shillings.

Night watch member. Joined NSW Corps in 1800. Described in September 1808 as aged 41 years nine month

Described as having hanged himself in a state of lunacy.




She had previous convictions for theft. Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report f




Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. Ordered 24 lashes on 19 January 1789 for conte

Actual value of stolen goods was 49 shillings. Probably the John Welch reported as speared by Aborigines on 1
Guilty of return from transport following the Swift mutiny. Night watch member.

Sometimes confused with proposed second fleeter Benjamin West, who escaped before embarking.
Partners in the original crime were John Mortimer and Noah Mortimer. Westlake was married to an Elizabeth M
Actual value of stolen goods was 160 shillings. Evidence of past mental illness was given at his trial.
On 3 June 1789 ordered to receive 50 lashes for insolence.
Night watch member in 1790. Joined 102nd regiment in NSW in 1794.

On 29 December 1788 charged with being up late and creating a disturbance, and received the punishment of

Died in childbirth, her son surviving her by 2 months.
Partner in the original crime was Henry Humphreys.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and order

Died on hulk and did not embark.
Partner in the original crime was William Jenkins.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”

Did not embark.

As he was from the West Indies he could probably be described as being black. Ordered 500 lashes on 29 Apri
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.Difficult to distinguish from the others with the s
                                         On
Described as “an ignorant black youth”.  29 February 1788 received a sentence of death for stealing wine,

Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at ti
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “sometimes troublesome”.     Probably the John Williams who drowned at Norfolk I
Guilty of return from transport following the Swift mutiny. Died through “want of nourishment” because he so
On the expiry of his sentence John Wilson lived with Aborigines, on occasion advising and assisting them in the

Joined NSW Corps in 1797. Described in September 1808 as aged 40 years four months, with round face, fair

                                                                On
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. 8 January 1790 sentenced to receive 50 lash
One of 5 sentenced to receive 50 lashes on 10 May 1789 for concealing fish.
Actual value of stolen goods was 200 shillings. Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.
Both “in liquor”, she and her victim returned to her dwelling, where the theft occurred.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Partner in the original crime was James Peaulet. Actual value of stolen goods was 91 shillings. Night watch m
Partner in the original crime was John Ruglass. Guilty of return from transport having made his way back afte
Report from Dunkirk hulk was ““at times troublesome”.
Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he had behaved “remarkaby well”.
The court was told “the devil was very busy in her, she was in liquor”. She had been on board 3 months when
Partner in the original crime was Robert Morgan. They were seen following a man and taking his handkerchief
On 29 December 1790 charged with being up late and creating a disturbance. Received a punishment of being




Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.
Had a child baptised on 9 March 1788. Bore a daughter and son by Capt David Collins and returned to England

Absconded soon after landing.
Partner in the original crime was George Youngson - relationship not known.
Partner in the original crime was Elizabeth Youngson - relationship not known.
 illey on 4 May 1788.
e Johnston of the Marines.Described by her grandson as “always a stirring industrious woman”.




 lk was “troublesome at times”.
 792 he received 200 lashes for refusing to work.


 m “I never see him sober”.

 “I never see him sober”. „Tam‟ was described as “a lustyish woman with black hair” at her trial.




 received 200 lashes for robbing a garden.Nightwatch member by 1791.


he Charlotte to Scarborough at Portsmouth.




was “in general tolerably well behaved but troublesome at times”.                                         On
                                                                   Name „Hares‟ was contractor„s spelling. 2 February
                                               In                                                  In
 lips and stout made”, he had been a soldier.  October 1788 he received 25 lashes for insolence. 1806 he was listed




 ners in the crime were John Nurse and George Robinson.
 was that she was behaving “better than formerly”. Punished several times with leg irons whilst on Friendship.




 was “troublesome at times”.

 and prevented the Captain‟s ear from being cut off. As a result he was reprieved from a death sentence and only found g


erly”.Flogged several times: 11 February 1788 sentenced to receive150 lashes for abuse and striking Marines, 50 lashes f

 three children.
was “sometimes troublesome”.
was “troublesome at times”.According to documents of the time “an industrious quiet man” .
was “troublesome at times”.




 cribed in September 1808 as aged 50 years four months, with dark complexion, dark brown hair, hazel eyes, and 5ft 6ins




d on the journey. After one flogging Lt Clark wrote “a young man But ane old Rogue”.Flogged for theft on 15 February 1
was “troublesome at times”.

                            At
was “troublesome at times”. his death he was the overseer of carpenters.

0 lashes for stealing fish.
 inches tall, with dark complexion and dark hair. Escaped with the Bryants, and died after recapture.
was “troublesome at times”.
Described as “a first class settler” in 1812.


 rt following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”.Received 50 lashes on 10 May 17

 able posts. On 2 February 1789 received 50 lashes for theft. Night watch member by 1805.
  “gambling for a knife”, sentenced to 100 lashes in September 1788 for attempting to rape Lydia Munro, and in July 1789


 50 lashes for being drunk and insolent, and on 13 March 1789 25 lashes for neglecting his task as a baker.

 r her mother.
he received 25 lashes for being absent from work, and on 18 May 1790 he received 50 more for fighting.
 ed 1791.

d. On 23 February 1789 received 25 lashes for insolence.
d. Died before departure.
was “sometimes troublesome”.    Classified „Absconded‟ by December 1791, even though term expired.
was “in general tolerably well behaved but troublesome at times”.
Lt Ralph Clark on 23 July 1791. Alicia was the name of Clark‟s wife in England.
 rk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. Gave birth to child (d 6 May 1792) fathered by William Bryant in September 1787.




was “troublesome at times”.

 was “troublesome at times”.Fell overboard in the South Atlantic.
wing the Mercury mutiny.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “generally tolerably well behaved but troublesome at times”. Clas
a falling tree. Lt King wrote “I am very unfortunate in ye loss of this Man, As he was one, amongst the very few good men
was “troublesome at times”.

aund. Received 100 lashes on 4 February 1789 for selling fish caught in government time. Escaped with his wife, two childr


of gin, then he said “she asked me to lay with her”.

9 for being out of quarters.
was “troublesome at times”.

 the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”.Murdered by an unfriendly neighbour while tr




watch member.
trouble than any other convict in the settlement”.Caesar absconded for the last time in 1795, and became Australia‟s firs




ation during 1783.




4 May 1789 for stealing a pumpkin.Executed for attempting to steal food from a hut on 14 April 1790.




 n 16 February 1789 for stealing flour and a platter.




                        He
 “very much in liquor”. died “a very infirm old man” as a result of “excessive drinking of spirits”.

was “troublesome at times”.Received 50 lashes in June 1789 for insolence.
gham, whom she later married. Although she returned to England, Mary later came back to Sydney. She is last known to


 1790 described as “one of two public delinquents and put in irons for two months. Received 100 lashes for neglecting wor
worn out by low spirits and debility, brought on by long and close confinement, (he) resigned his breath without a pang”.




ng day received 100 lashes for stealing two shirts. Her husband, John Bryant, had been killed by a falling tree on 28 July 1

e was James Gould.


was that he had behaved “remarkably well”.Escaped with Willliam Bryant but died after recapture.

ising to the rank of sergeant. Described in September 1808 as aged 39 years three months, with fair complexion, light br




r stealing corn and greens.
 ber. Became a Superintendent of convicts. Partner in the original crime was Aaron Davis.


es for “improper words” on 22 May 1788.    Night watch member by 1794.
fer to a hulk. Found guilty of insulting Major Robert Ross, and received 600 lashes, and six months work in irons, even tho


a specimen of gold. Executed for robbing huts.
aman). Became partner of, and eventually married Assistant Surgeon Arndell, by whom she had 6 children.




with” Burdo.


enerally reviled and unpitied by the people of her own description.”




was “troublesome at times”.

ists with other William Davis.
for lighting a fire in his hut.




ruary 1792, for working privately during government hours.
was “troublesome at times”.
ight watch member in 1800.
25 lashes in May 1791 for neglect of duty.
y decent and orderly”.
 drunk and insolent.
was “troublesome at times”.
k in a gang, following an assault on two seamen from Supply .

es for being absent without leave, and spent time in irons for starting a fire on the wreck of Sirius in May 1790, and again
o Dugeon‟s bed to sleep it off. Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk wa

eated disobedience and neglect of duty on 3 October 1791.

He ought to have received 150 but could not bear any more” wrote Lt Clark.
I was not very much in liquor.”

91 she was ordered to receive 10 lashes for refusing to obey orders.
trious woman.”


                            In
was “troublesome at times”. June 1789 his rations were reduced to two thirds for three months after an attempt to defr
about the marines.

as considered trivial and she received 25 lashes.She died “universally respected by her numerous friends and acquaintanc

o receive 300 lashes for stealing one and a quarter pounds of potatoes, and in December 1790 he was sentenced to 100 la
as one of the success stories of the colony.




ember by 1800.
decent and orderly”.




y 1789 for writing an obscene and scandalous paper.

was “troublesome at times”.
three days. He was reprimanded for the theft of a pair of shoes on 3 October 1789, but received 100 lashes for an attemp
rn from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Executed for the murder of an employee, whom he had found “lying with”




llowing pigs into her garden, and in October received 26 of 50 lashes ordered for repeatedly coming into town without perm
                                                                   In
was “in general tolerably well behaved but troublesome at times”. 1810 he was convicted of burglary and received a se

d to work in a gang because of insolence.

 25 lashes for abusing a sentinel; on 25 June, for stealing clothing it was 50 lashes on three successive Thursdays , her he
 as “a worthless troublesome wretch”. Planned a mutiny on Norfolk Island in 1788, and attempted to escape in 1795.


avy drinking. On 5 January 1789 he received 100 lashes for insolence, and on 23 June was sentenced to work in irons for
ed to become the public hangman. Received 100 lashes and had his grog stopped in December 1789 for being drunk, inso




of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”.
at. Night watch member by the end of December 1791.
owing the Mercury mutiny.   Report from Dunkirk hulk was that she was behaving “better than formerly”.


 ecember 1788 who died on 22 December 1788, then cared for and bore children to surveyor Augustus Alt until his death i
ty, and employing convicts without leave.
 Thomas Saunderson with Provisions”.


ch member by 1800.
 a soldier. On 29 February 1789, received a sentence of death, but reprieved, for theft of wine. On 19 August 1789, tried f
decent and orderly”.
he Mercury mutiny.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “in general tolerably well behaved but troublesome at times”.

pork in August 1788, 100 lashes for insolence on 24 October 1789, 100 lashes for neglect of duty on 24 May 1791, 100 la
onths before the birth of their child. Transported with her child, who died on 8 February 1787. She had a daughter by the
 rcury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was that she was behaving “better than formerly”.


re the Fleet sailed.
d and he felt hands removing his money.




d. He could not bear more than 59. On 17 October 1791 he received 50 lashes for escaping into the surrounding bush for


ylum, NSW, having been a patient since at least 1822.
was “in general tolerably well behaved but troublesome at times”.Received 50 lashes in May 1790, for concealing fish he
port following the Mercury mutiny. Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he had behaved tolerably well”.Sentenced to death
f the bank of England, commonly called a Bank note”. The victim had “agreed to go to bed with her” being “rather too mu




an” on the Dunkirk.
was “behaves remarkably well”.Killed by Aborigines while collecting greens.


h. Described as Jewish because he swore on the Old Testament when giving evidence.




g “there are so many sly whores now it is impossible for a public whore to get her living”. Partner in the original crime was
nd an older daughter (b March 1789) by a seaman.
 save her life”. Gave birth to child on 7 September 1787 (father was a seaman).  Possibly returned with Lt Kellow, by who
was “behaving better than formerly”.   Described as Jewish.




n June 1795, but he did not press charges.

the Mercury mutiny.                                                      In
                    Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”.  January 1789 ordered to receive 100 lashe


was that he had behaved “remarkably well”.




e at times”.




en felt her feeling his pockets.

     On
es”. 12 February 1788 received a sentence of 8 days in irons on bread and water for theft of biscuit from another conv

t of duty. Received 21 lashes on 25 January 1791, as the remainder of punishment due for unknown offence.




ving her settlement without permission.
for a year when as part of a group he attacked Aborigines in March 1789.
 hild there in 1786.
 9 October 1789 for loitering at work, and 100 lashes were ordered in May 1790 for disobedience.


abourer and a seaman, aged 50, five feet tall, fair and ruddy complexion, brown hair going grey, blue eyes, “stout and hea


 other William Hubbard in NSW records - they are differentiated by their literacy. Night watch member.
bbard in NSW records - they are differentiated by their literacy. Probably charged with theft of meat and wine on 30 April
 ercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he had behaved “very well”.    Received 50 lashes on 15 February 1791 f




was “troublesome at times”.

 lerably decent and orderly”.

eceived only 50. Ordered 150 lashes and to wear a leg iron for a year for an attack on Aborigines.
was that he had behaved “remarkably well”. Night watch member.    Committed suicide, but there was no apparent reason

ucated in England by their father.
                                                              He
 stealing 2 pounds of flour, and absconding in November 1789. escaped again in June 1790, for which he received 300




was “in general tolerably well behaved but troublesome at times”.
been at work. Ordered 200 lashes for stealing several pounds of sugar in June 1790. Became an approved baker.


ably decent and orderly”.
been working. They were to be administered on consecutive Saturdays, 25 lashes at a time. He received 150, and then ha




Capt Meredith, giving birth to their child, who returned to England with his father leaving behind Mary, pregnant with Mere
or does he appear in the victualling list for 1788.


port following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”.


 e was Jeremiah Leary.

nced to receive 50 lashes for gambling.
A man of education and ability according to Major Ross. Night watch member in Sydney in 1789. On Norfolk Island on 3




as “a loving husband, and affectionate father and a sincere Friend”.
an heathens” and that “women were born for the convenience of men”. Described by convicts in his charge as sadistic.


obbing a house, and limited to 5 pounds of flour a week for a month.“Jemmy La Rou, a poor maniac whose death was oc

ck “and hunger prompted him to take the biscuit.”
ome, when he “felt a woman‟s hand take money from his pocket”.She was described as a tall with very curly hair, “quite a


was “in general tolerably well behaved but troublesome at times”. Received a sentenced of death on 27 February 1788 fo
ar 61 of 100 lashes ordered for gambling on Sunday. He received remaining 39 lashes on 5 September 1789.


as a “quiet” prisoner. Received 50 lashes on 16 March 1789 for being absent from work.Night watch member in August 1
 among the Convicts” for theft in March 1790.


ced to receive 100 lashes for illegally disposing of 2 chickens he did not own.Night watch member.


nuary 1789 for stealing a shift, and another 50 lashes for abusive language in November 1789. Described as Jewish.

e being robbed. Death was by suicide, which she had also attempted some months earlier.
e settler in 1803.

Africa with no food.                                                               A
                      Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny. “quiet prisoner” on the Dunkirk hulk.

was “in general tolerably well behaved but troublesome at times”.


 28 October 1789 for lending shoes he had been given to mend.




 and wounded by Aboriginal leader Pemulwuy on 10 December 1788.
was “in general tolerably well behaved but troublesome at times”. Joined NSW Corps in 1794. Described in September 18
100 lashes for theft of turnips.




 that she was able to sign her name.
 18 March 1789 for possessing soldiers‟ property. On 29 August 1791 she received 50 lashes for leaving the farm without p

  ”being so drunk she could hardly stand”, throwing things and shouting abuse, and ordered to make pegs for a month. A
escaped with Willam Bryant. Finally released in England in 1793.
 ashes for lighting a fire in his hut.Night watch member.

789 ordered 50 lashes and repayment of 2 pounds of flour for theft of same.
                                On
was “sometimes troublesome”. 6 September 1788 ordered to receive 200 lashes for stealing trousers.
25 lashes for making a frivolous complaint.

 ashes for stealing some pork.


 ed him. Gave birth to stillborn child on 24 November 1787.

wing the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “in general tolerably well behaved but troublesome at times”. On

receive 200 lashes and to wear an iron collar for 6 months theft of clothing.
 he Mercury mutiny.  Report from Dunkirk hulk was “ troublesome at times”.  Described on his death as “Edmund McGrass,
 ditious and threatening words”, on 7 August 1788 36 lashes for stealing eggs.Received a fractured skull in May 1790 and
was “a dangerous Fellow, low in cunning”. Described as “a Catholic”.




ordered to receive 100 lashes for theft of a gallon of pease, another 100 on 13 September 1789 for being in another‟s hut
ecent and orderly”.
was “ troublesome at times”.




 d to receive 100 lashes for making use of peas and beans he was supposed to sow.




 r 1789 for allowing captured Aborigine Bennelong to escape.


6 January 1789 for being out of quarters after hours.

 y of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.                                                     On
                                                          Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”. 20 Jul
m Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.   Received 100 lashes on 15 January 1793 for “stealing wheat and negle
rom Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.   Received 60 lashes on 8 April 1789 for refusing to work, and 24 lash
  February 1790) whose father was a seaman. This child‟s mother is not identified very clearly in the sources, but Mary Mo
 h white balding hair according to a description in 1825.




by William Boggis.
was “troublesome at times”.

                       On
y decent and orderly”. 7 March 1789 sentenced to receive 150 lashes and to wear a leg iron for a year for wandering

 successful businesswoman in Sydney.




ng his work.
d in the bush after his escape.
was that he had behaved “remarkably well”.Night watch member.




ashes on 16 January 1789 for being absent from work.




that “his stomach was quite empty”.




time in irons whilst on the Friendship for what Lt Clark called “Quarling and dirtiness”.




y 1788 he was sentenced to receive 200 lashes after a court of enquiry into a marine having been drunk on duty, and on 1




prostitutes. Had a child by Lt Furzer, whom he took home with him to England in 1792 as his heir.
n in NSW as “Rice - the left handed flogger”.

xtracts reprinted in Cobley). One of the founders of the Night watch.
shillings. Sentenced to receive 150 lashes in March 1789 for attacking Aborigines.
  in 1821, with stealing government sheep and received a sentence of colonial transportation to Newcastle for 14 years.
was “troublesome at times”.   Night watch member.




om Lt Furzer‟s tent on the same day.




ly decent and orderly”.


some face” by Lt Clark. On 9 May 1789 ordered to receive 36 lashes for “infamous behaviour”. Sentenced to receive 25 la




 with crew members to take over the Alexander. Sentenced to 200 lashes on 1 November 1788 for theft of boards.
 , with fair complexion, light brown hair, thin face, blue eyes, and 5ft 6ins tall.

 hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.  Gave birth to child on 14 November 1787 (d 18 March 1788) probably the son o
nother convict.
 before”.Guilty of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.   Report from Dunkirk hulk was “in general tolerably
hs, with dark complexion, light brown hair, hazel eyes, and 5ft 6ins tall.


 sober industrious man”.
 years, with black complexion, black hair, hazel eyes, and 5ft 9ins tall in September 1808.




 ctober 1789 to 50 lashes for removing oars from Lt Clark‟s boat.




 en “as he ought to have done”.May have joined NSW Corps in 1792.
orps in 1792. Described in September 1808 as aged 47 years seven months, with thin face, fair complexion, dark brown h


y of return from transport following the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he had behaved “remarkably


me at times”.Received 50 lashes in May 1790 for stealing lentils, and his rations cut from 3 to 2 pounds of flour for a wee


hes for being out of his quarters “with bad intention”.Received 50 lashes on 31 January 1791 for killing pigeons reserved
                                                                    In
was “in general tolerably well behaved but troublesome at times”.  August 1791 received 81 of 100 lashes for playing c




was “troublesome at times”.
11 March 1789 for neglect of work.
ny from 1790-1810 with her husband William Richardson.
 unkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.


ing made his way back after being landed in Africa with no food in 1783. On 10 January 1789 received half of the 700 las
nd when I arived in this coelney I sowd the forst grain and now with my hevnly father I hope for ever to remain.”


was “in general tolerably well behaved but troublesome at times”.Accused of theft of food and sentenced on 27 February
drunk, 50 lashes on 13 October 1789 for stealing the oars from Lt Clark‟s boat, and 100 lashes in April 1792 for theft. Des




bing the “publick store”.

 flour and greens”, her hunger being caused by the reduction in rations.




rk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. Ordered 50 lashes on 14 June 1791 “for being drunk and Making a Noise in th




Report from Dunkirk hulk was that he had behaved “remarkably well”.Described at his death as “a true philanthropist an

or supplying the liquor which caused the drunkenness of another.
me at times”. Member of the night watch for 17 years from 1808.
perty. Married George Clare.
 say I was sober”.May have received 25 lashes on 18 March 1789 for being in possession of a soldier‟s property.


 th son (1786-1788), who travelled with her on the First Fleet.
ve 25 lashes for neglect of work.

some at times”. Escaped by 1791.




6, but that William Smith died in January 1787.
 ly decent and orderly”.




he Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “troublesome at times”. Received 50 lashes in November 1790 for ste

rs. Gave birth to a child - a daughter (d 5 April 1788) - on 1 July 1787.

er in the original crime was Mary Harrison (Lady Penrhyn). They threw acid over another woman saying, “there are so ma
edicines and pepper.  Built the first brewery in NSW.“Universally respected for his amiable and useful qualities as a mem

0 lashes (at 50 a week) in March 1789 for playing cards.
 on 14 February 1789 for repeated idleness. Stephens had a history of violent behaviour in the colony, receiving repeated




ly received 50, and on 7 March 1789 sentenced to receive 50 lashes for an attack on Aborigines.
 lashes for idleness in February 1789
re in March 1791.

was “troublesome at times”.


 enced to receive 25 lashes for insolence.
was “very quiet”. The spelling of his name varies considerably in records.
uly 1791 for using corn seed as food.
ved 25 lashes on 14 July 1791 for coming in from her settlement without permission.
was “troublesome at times”.
dered to receive 100 lashes for insolence.


 10 May 1790 for concealing fish.




                                                                                     On
on 25 May 1788 for stealing flour from his tentmate. He also had to repay the flour. 23 January 1789 ordered to recei


                                              On
 rk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”.  1 November 1788 sentenced to receive 200 lashes for stealing some boar

was that he had behaved “remarkably well”.Ordered a passage home with two other elderly convicts.

was “troublesome at times”.
rovision day) for stealing cabbages.
black, but this has not been confirmed. Sentenced to 500 lashes on 11 June 1790 for neglect of duty, and on 3 July 1790 s




ashes for theft.

ct „Vinry‟ who received 100 lashes on 15 February 1791 for stealing cobs of corn.

s for drunkenness.


d 41 years nine months, with thin face, fair complexion, light brown hair, hazel eyes, and 5ft 8ins tall. Transferred to 73rd




cury mutiny.                                                                           On
             Report from Dunkirk hulk was that she was behaving “better than formerly”. the journey, held in irons fo




January 1789 for contemptuaously neglecting work ordered by a marine; on 9 February 1789 36 lashes for leaving his qua

red by Aborigines on 16 March 1791.
 rried to an Elizabeth Mortimer. Report from Dunkirk hulk was “tolerably decent and orderly”. Night watch member.
  at his trial.




ved the punishment of losing 3 weeks flour ration.


rably decent and orderly”.


bly decent and orderly”.




 500 lashes on 29 April 1789 for stealing tobacco from a marine, and on 12 April 1790 another 500 for stealing a quantity
m the others with the same name, as well as later arrivals.
 ath for stealing wine, but it was commuted to banishment, which was soon cancelled.


was “troublesome at times”.  Received 50 lashes on 11 June 1791 for neglect of duty.
o drowned at Norfolk Island.
hment” because he sold his rations to save for a return ticket.
d assisting them in their attacks on settlers. He later acted as guide in the exploration of the area around Port Jackson. H

  with round face, fair complexion, light brown hair, blue eyes, and 5ft 5ins tall. Former occupation given as sawyer.

 ced to receive 50 lashes for neglect of work, but fainted after 8. The remainder was forgiven.

 the Mercury mutiny.Report from Dunkirk hulk was “Troublesome at times”.


 lings. Night watch member.
made his way back after being landed in Africa with no food.


board 3 months when she died while the fleet was still at anchor.
aking his handkerchief.
a punishment of being fined 2 pounds of flour from the next week‟s rations.




nd returned to England with him in 1796. She returned to NSW with the children in 1799.
           On
 spelling. 2 February 1789 sentenced to 50 lashes for “falsehood”, an
   In
e. 1806 he was listed as a schoolmaster.




on Friendship.




entence and only found guilty of return from transport. Report from Du


king Marines, 50 lashes for threatening Catherine Prior, and again in Jan
 hazel eyes, and 5ft 6ins tall. Former occupation given as mason.




or theft on 15 February 1788.Executed 2 May 1788 for theft.




d 50 lashes on 10 May 1790 for concealing fish.Night watch member by 1


Munro, and in July 1789 received 200 lashes for stealing a shirt from a




ant in September 1787. Described in 1792 as “middle stature, marked wit
ublesome at times”. Classified „Absconded‟ by September 1791, although
st the very few good men that are here”.


d with his wife, two children and seven other convicts.




iendly neighbour while trying to protect the woman with whom the neighbour




d became Australia‟s first bushranger, before being shot, captured and k




ey. She is last known to have sailed for England again in 1819.


lashes for neglecting work in 10 February 1792.
breath without a pang”.




a falling tree on 28 July 1789.




 fair complexion, light brown hair, grey eyes, and 6 feet tall.




hs work in irons, even though his term had expired.




6 children.
 in May 1790, and again in May 1791 for the theft of potatoes.
ort from Dunkirk hulk was that she was behaving “better than formerly”.




s after an attempt to defraud stores of 34 pounds of meat. On 15 August 1


s friends and acquaintances.”

e was sentenced to 100 lashes for shirking his work, but could only bear 73.




100 lashes for an attempt to gain access to the possessions of another.
he had found “lying with” his wife.




ng into town without permission.
urglary and received a sentence of life transportation within NSW.




essive Thursdays , her head shaved and a cap with the word THIEF on it;
 d to escape in 1795.


 nced to work in irons for a month for drunken insolence. An excellent w
 789 for being drunk, insolent and out of his hut after hours.




me at times”.




 ustus Alt until his death in 1814.




n 19 August 1789, tried for theft of food, but found to be “not in a state

 ome at times”.

y on 24 May 1791, 100 lashes for neglect of orders on 27 October 1791,
 he had a daughter by the captain of her ship, and then became partn




 the surrounding bush for a week.




 0, for concealing fish he had caught.Described at his death as “generall
 well”.Sentenced to death on 27 February 1788 for theft of food, but re
 er” being “rather too much in liquor”.Guilty of return from transport follo
 in the original crime was Charlotte Springmore.

ed with Lt Kellow, by whom she had two children.




ered to receive 100 lashes for being absent from work for three days.




biscuit from another convict.

own offence.
blue eyes, “stout and healthy”.




eat and wine on 30 April 1788, and ordered to repay it.
es on 15 February 1791 for being out of his hut after 9pm.




 was no apparent reason.


                                  On
or which he received 300 lashes.  3 September 1792 he was caught stealing a




approved baker.




eceived 150, and then had to work in double irons. he received another 400




Mary, pregnant with Meredith‟s daughter.
. On Norfolk Island on 31 July 1791 given 50 lashes for contempt of Ross




 his charge as sadistic.


aniac whose death was occasioned by being exposed to the severities of the w


 h very curly hair, “quite a black complexioned woman, and her hair grows ov


h on 27 February 1788 for theft of food, but reprieved.
ember 1789.


watch member in August 1789.




 escribed as Jewish.




ner” on the Dunkirk hulk.




escribed in September 1808 as aged 46 years one month, with dark complexio
eaving the farm without permission and “being very impertinent to Major Ro

ake pegs for a month. A night disturbance on 30 March 1789 led to her being




                     On
ublesome at times”.  16 January 1789 he received 100 lashes for st


ath as “Edmund McGrass, papist”.
ed skull in May 1790 and not expected to live.Sentenced on 15 May 1791




or being in another‟s hut with intent to steal.




               On
ome at times”. 20 July 1789 sentenced to receive 100 lashes for “buyi
“stealing wheat and neglecting his work”.
using to work, and 24 lashes on 24 October 1789 for not working.
 he sources, but Mary Morton is most probably the mother.




or a year for wandering beyond the limits.




n drunk on duty, and on 12 April 1790 to 100 lashes for stealing a pumpk
ewcastle for 14 years.




entenced to receive 25 lashes on 6 June 1791 for coming into town without per




or theft of boards.


1788) probably the son of John Arscott.

 was “in general tolerably well behaved but troublesome at times”.
omplexion, dark brown hair, grey eyes, and 5ft 5ins tall.


ad behaved “remarkably well”.


                            “A
pounds of flour for a week. very good Quite man” according to Lt


r killing pigeons reserved for those in most need.
f 100 lashes for playing cards on Sunday.




ceived half of the 700 lashes ordered for stabbing the woman with whom he w
ever to remain.”


ntenced on 27 February 1788 to receive 300 lashes, but was forgiven.
April 1792 for theft. Described as“just another scoundrel” by Lt Phi




and Making a Noise in the Camp”, and received 50 lashes in October 1791 f




 “a true philanthropist and a valuable member of society, in which he was u
 dier‟s property.




n November 1790 for stealing potatoes.




 saying, “there are so many sly whores now it is impossible for a publi
useful qualities as a member of the lower class of settlers...his name wi


olony, receiving repeated convictions for assault.
ary 1789 ordered to receive 50 lashes for selling a pair of shoes.


es for stealing some boards, but later forgiven part of the punishment.




uty, and on 3 July 1790 sentenced to 300 lashes for leaving work. On 2




 tall. Transferred to 73rd regiment in 1815.




e journey, held in irons for 10 days for breaking through the bulkhead t




 ashes for leaving his quarters “with a bad intention”; forgiven the theft of
ight watch member.




 0 for stealing a quantity of biscuit. After an attempt to stow away he re




a around Port Jackson. He was killed as a result of a tribal dispu

on given as sawyer.

				
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