Convict exiles index 1849-1850

NameSurnameShipYearPlace of DepartureDate of TrialPlace of TrialShire of TrialSentenceAgeChargeDistrictRemarks
JamesBUTTERFIELDBangalore30/04/1850Spithead (to Moreton Bay)28/06/1847OtleyYorkshire7 yrsMoreton Baysentence not listed in index, number of years missingDetails
JamesCLARKEAdelaide24/12/1849London01/03/1847SalfordLancashire7 yrsWellington-Details
AlexanderAGARThomas Arbuthnot11/01/184717.5Port Phillip-Details
SamuelBRASSINTONMt Stewart Elphinstone01/11/1849Cork (to Moreton Bay)04/01/1847Staffordshire7 yrsMoreton Baym. Mary MORIARTY 1852Details
JoshuaCHESIREAnna Maria29/06/1846Stafford Sessions7 yrs19Stealing 1 glass, 3 spoons etc.Prisoner recommended for the Conditional Pardon ClassDetails
JamesDELAPHashemy09/06/1849Portsmouth01/02/1847LiverpoolLancashire7 yrsStealing bootsScone-Details
JamesCLARKSONThomas Arbuthnot09/12/1844Liverpool10 yrs33Uttering a forged promissory note for payment of money knowing it to be forgedExilesDetails
SamuelAVERYRandolph20/08/1849London21/08/1847Halifax Nova ScotiaCourt Martial7 yrsMoreton Bay-Details
JamesBROWNRandolph20/08/1849London20/03/1847Leicestershire7 yrs?-Details
JosephDEARINGMarion07/01/1845Middlesex Sessions7 yrs16.5Port Phillip-Details

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Transportation to NSW effectively ceased in 1842 but between 1846-1850 exiles were transported. Exiles had served part of their sentence in a penitentiary in Britain and were granted a conditional pardon or ticket of leave on arrival in the Colony. This index covers the period 1849-50 only.