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Charlotte

Charlotte

Passengers and Crew

BAKER, James - died 1789 - executed for stealing. Pte, Royal Marines. Died 1789 Sydney.

BRAUND, Charlotte Spence b1787 on board Charlotte - died 1792 at sea on return to England.. Child of convicts William Bryant and Mary Braund.

BRIXEY, Charles b1758c. Corporal, Royal Marines. Cohabited with Ann Wright, who came free on the Prince of Wales , as Charles' wife.  Left the colony in 1791.

BROUGHTON, William

CHAPMAN, Thomas - Corporal, Royal Marines. Wife: Jane and daughters  Jane and Elizabeth (b1781c).  Elizabeth was raped in 1789, by Marine Private Henry Wright. Pte Wright was executed. Elizabeth returned to England with her parents.

CHESLETT, George - Pte, Royal Marines. George received a 30 acre land grant at Toongabbie.

CHEW, John - Pte, Royal Marines. Returned to England.

CONNELL, Patrick - Pte, Royal Marines. b1761 Waterford, Ireland. Married Margaret Jones in 1791 on Norfolk Island.  Settled on Norfolk Island.

CRESWELL, Daniel - Died 1787 at sea (dysentery). Pte - Royal Marines. Accompanied by his wife Susannah who married James Mapp, in 1788 in Sydney.  Both Susannah and James returned to England. Their son William died on the voyage.

CRESWELL, John - 1st Lieut, Royal Marines. Born 1764, Exeter, Devon. Parents: Isaac and Grace Bowden. Wife:  Mary Mayne - married 1787 Exeter.

EDMONDSTONE, William - Pte, Royal Marines. Died 1789 Sydney.

GILBERT, Thomas - Ship's Master.

HAND, Abraham - Pte, Royal Marines. b1756 - d1834 Tasmania. Cohabited with Sarah Smith, a convict on the Lady Juliana.

KING, William - 1758 Yorkshire - 1819 Windsor. Pte, Royal Marines.  Partner:  Jane Watkins. Child: Eliza. ??

LAVENDAR, George - Boatswain, Royal Navy.

LODWICK, Archibald Andrew - Seaman. Cohabited with Ann George. who arrived as a convict  on the Lady Penrhyn.  Children: William 1788-1790 and Ann b1800. 

MAXWELL, James - 1st Lieut., Royal Marines. Returned to England.

ODGERS, Edward - Pte, Royal Marines. Lost in the bush surrounding Sydney Town.

OVERTON, Edward - Pte - Royal Marines. Returned to England.

POULDEN, John - Married Mary Mitchell who arrived on the Lady Penrhyn. Returned to England with wife and son.

PRIOR, John Matthew - born on the Charlotte in 1787. Died 1788 Port Jackson. Parents John Arscott and Catherine Prior.

RIDDELL, John - Seaman.

RIMMER, Joseph -

SMITH, Ann - came free, child of convicts John and Ann Smith

SMITH, Edward - Seaman.

STANFIELD, Daniel

STEWART, Peter - Sgt, Royal Marines - b1757 Perth, Scotland. Accompanied by his wife Margaret and sons Robert and John. Family returned to England.

TOREY, John - Seaman. Returned to England. 

TENCH, Watkin - 1758 Chester - 1833 Devonport. Lieut, Royal Marines. Parents: Fisher and Margaritta. Married Ann Maria Sargent in England. Explored Nepean and Hawkesbury River areas with a special investigation of the Prospect, Parramatta and The Ponds area. Returned to England.

TYNAN, Thomas. 1749-1830 Sydney. Pte - Royal Marines. Married Ann Emmes, in 1792 at Parramatta. Ann arrived on the Lady Juliana, as a convict.

WHITE, James -Born - Scotland. Pte, Royal Marines.  Returned to England.

WHITE, John - 1756 Ireland - 1832 Sussex. Surgeon General. Cohabited with Rachel Turner who arrived as a convict on the Lady Juliana. Child: Andrew b1793. 



CONVICTS

ACRES, Thomas - 1757 Devon - 1824 Campbelltown, buried C of E Campbelltown. Parents Thomas Acres and Mary Husson.  Convicted at Exeter in 1785 for assault on the King's Highway. Married  Ann Guy (nee Hinchley) in 1791. Settled at Airds.

ANDERSON, John - 1760 Devon to 1790 Norfolk Island. Convicted at Exeter in 1786 for theft from a dwelling. Married Elizabeth Bruce in 1788 in Sydney. Elizabeth arrived as a convict,  on the Lady Penrhyn. .

ARSCOTT, John - 1767 Cornwall - 1793 Torres Strait. Convicted Bodmin, Cornwall in 1783 for theft.  Parents: Samuel and Mary Barnes. Occ: Carpenter. Married Catherine Prior in 1792 at Port Jackson.

BAKER, Thomas 1763 - 1792 Sydney. Convicted at Exeter in 1786 of felony.

BAKER, William- 1761- 1836 Hobart. Corporal, Royal Marines.  Convicted of petty larceny in Worcester in 1786. Married Elizabeth Lavender in 1795 in Sydney. Cohabited with Susannah Huffnell,  who arrived as a convict on the Lady Penrhyn.  Children: William 1789, Elizabeth.  After returning to England,  William returned to to Sydney. He was given the post of storekeeper at the Hawkesbury Settlement. Settled in Tasmania.  

BALL, John - b1734 Exeter, Devon - 1788 Sydney Cove. Convicted Exeter in 1786 for theft of a live sheep.

BARRETT, Thomas  - 1758c-1788 - Hanged at Port Jackson. Convicted Old Bailey 1782 for entering a house and stealing. Escaped after a mutiny of the Mercury, being one of the ringleaders. Recaptured in Devon. On the voyage to Australia, involved in passing counterfeit coin. Executed at Port Jackson for stealing food from the stores.

BARSBY/BARSLEY, Samuel - 1764. Convicted at Exeter for theft of 50 yards of woollen cloth, in 1786.Occ: Cooper.  Received a 30 acre land grant.

BASELY, John - b17855c. Convicted in 1785 at Exeter, for theft.  Left the colony.

BASON, Elizabeth - b1756c. Convicted at New Sarum, Wiltshire in 1784 for theft from a shopkeeper. Partners: William Bason (in England) and James Hatherley. James (b1765)  was a Carpenter's Mate - Royal Navy, who arrived on the Sirius in 1788. Elizabeth and her three children, left the colony, along with James. Children: James 1789, Henry 1790, Elizabeth 1792.

BATLEY, Oten - b1764c. Convicted at the Old Bailey, for theft of a watch in 1783. Sent ot Norfolk Island. Returned to England.

BAYLEY, James - b1754 Convicted New Sarum, Wiltshire in 1786 for break, enter and steal. Cohabited with Ann Steel, a convict who arrived on the  Lady Juliana. Steel was Ann's married name.

BEARDSLEY/BEAZLEY, Ann - b1766. Convicted at Derby in 1786 for theft. Sent to Norfolk Island, then Tasmania.  Married John McCarthy in 1791 on Norfolk Island. John was a Private with the Royal Marines and arrived on the Friendship in 1788.

BLATHERHORN, William - (alias Beans alias Fisher) b1759 and convicted at the Old Bailey in 1783 for stealing.  Cohabited with Mary Randall on Norfolk Island. Mary aArrived on the Lady Juliana. Settled in Tasmania.

BLOODWORTH, James

BOND, William -  1750-1839 Sydney. Convicted Exeter, Devon in 1785 for stealing 20yards of muslin.  Occ: Baker. Married Sophia Parker in 1792 at Parramatta.  

BRADFORD, John - 1758-1821 Sydney. Convicted of theft in Exeter in 1786. Occ: Baker

BRANNEGAN/BRANAGAN, James - b1754. Convicted in 1784 at Exeter for assault and robbery on the Kings Highway.

BREWER, William - 1752 - 1788 Sydney Cove. Convicted of sheep stealing in 1786 at Exeter.

BROAD, Mary - Convicted of assault on the King's Highway in 1786 at Exeter. Escaped.

BROWN, Thomas - 1762-1791 Parramatta. Convicted at the Old Bailey in 1783 for theft.

BROWN, William - 1757 - 1787 died at sea. Convicted at Exeter in 1784 of assault.

BRUCE, Robert - b1754. Convicted in 1784 at Exeter for escaping custody. Cohabited with Caroline Laycock/Haycock, who  arrived as a convict on the Prince of Wales.

BRYANT, John - 1757 - 1789 Norfolk Island. Convicted 1785 in Devon for assault and steal. Married Ann Coombes in 1788 in Sydney. Ann arrived as a convict on the Charlotte. John killed by falling tree.

BRYANT, William - 1757 Cornwall - 1791 Batavia. Convicted at Launceston, Cornwall for forgery in 1784. Married Mary arrived on the Lady Penrhyn, as a convict.  William and Mary and their two children, along with seven other convicts, stole a boat and escaped to Timor, where they were captured and returned to England. 

BUCKLEY, Joseph - b1748 - Convicted in Dorchester for theft in 1786. Left the colony in 1793.

BURRIDGE, Samuel - 1726 - 1788 Sydney. Convicted in 1786 at Dorchester for break, enter and steal.

CAREY, Ann - 1766-1788 Sydney. Convicted in 1786 in Devon for break, enter and steal.

CHAAF, William - 1762 - 1790. Convicted at Exeter in 1786 for break, enter and steal. Hanged in Sydney for attempted robbery.

CHANIN/CHANEN, Edward - 1743-1788 at sea. Convicted at Exeter in 1786 for break, enter and steal.

CHINNEN, CHINERY, Samuel - 1767-1841 Windsor. Convicted Exeter in 1786 for break, enter and steal. Samuel, a negro, was acquitted of stealing flour in 1789. He was employed by Isaac Cornwall in the Hawkesbury area and then became a landholder at Windsor. Samuel is buried at St Matthews, Windsor.

CHURCH, William - Convicted Dorchester in 1786 for theft of three cows.

CLARK, John - 1761-1787 at sea from dropsy. Convicted at Exeter in 1786 for theft of mutton and 2 lambs.

CLEAR/CLARE, George - Convicted at the Old Bailey in 1783 of theft.

CLEAVER/CLEAVES, Mary - Convicted at Bristol in 1786 for burglary at 27 years old. Mary gave birth to a daughter while on board the Charlotte. The child died in Sydney in 1789. Mary married John Baughan in 1788 in Sydney Cove. John arrived as a convict, on the Friendship.  Mary related to John Cleaver who arrived on the Scarborough. Mary terrorised by soldiers who destroyed her home in revenge, after her husband informed on them. She returned to England in 1800 and then returned to Sydney in 1802 and  cohabited with Richard Harding. Mary and Richard returned to England. Children of John and Mary: James b1788, Charlotte c1789, Charles b1790 ( all Baughan).

COFFIN, John - Convicted in 1786 at Exeter for stealing from his employer's house. John, a negro, worked on a chain gang in Sydney before being sent to Norfolk Island. He left Norfolk Island for India in 1793.

COLE, Elizabeth - 1759 Devon - 1821 Hobart. Parents: Edward and Elizabeth Luscombe. Convicted at Exeter in 1786 for break, enter and steal. Cohabited with William Ellis, a private with Royal Marines who arrived on the Friendship .Child: Thomas Cole b1789. Also cohabited with James Tucker whilst on Norfolk Island. Children Sarah Tucker b1793 and Maria Tucker b1795 (both on Norfolk Island). Married Cornelius Richard Burrows in 1810 in Hobart, Tasmania. Cornelius arrived on the Scarborough, as a convict.   He drowned in Tasmania, when the ferry he was operating capsized. Children of Cornelius and Elizabeth: Richard b1798, Anne b1800, John b1803 (all Burrows).

COLMAN, Ishmael - 1755 - 1787 at sea. Convicted 1786 at Dorchester for theft.

COOMBES, Ann - b1759. Convicted break, enter and steal 3 petticoats at Taunton in 1786. Married John Bryant in Sydney Cove in 1788. John arrived on the Charlotte as a convict.  Cohabited with James Cullen 1794-96. James arrived on the Scarborough , as a convict. 

COPP, James - 1746-1788 Sydney Cove.

COX/ROLT, James - 1759 - 1791 at sea on 'Gorgon'. Convicted Old Bailey 1781 for theft. Cohabited with Sarah Young, who arrived as a convict on the  Lady Juliana. Died on the voyage back to England.

CREAMER, John - b1769 London. Convicted of felony in 1785 and tried at Exeter. Joined NSW Corps and returned to England when Corps were withdrawn.

CUSS, John - 1744-1805 Sydney. Convicted in 1786 at New Sarum, Witshire, for steal 40 pounds bacon and set fire to house. Married Elizabeth Ayres in 1790 in Sydney. Elizabeth arrived as a convict on the Lady Juliana.

FELTHAM, John - Convicted in 1784 at New Sarum.

FERGUSON, John - 1758-1790 Norfolk Island. Convicted of theft of 22 yards of linen at Exeter in 1786. Sent to Norfolk Island in 1790 where he fell into a fire, while having a fit. Died from burns.

FISHER, John - Convicted in 1784 at Nottingham. 

FITZGERALD, Jane - 1757-1806 Sydney. Convicted in 1786 of felony in Bristol. Cohabited with William Mitchell who was a Private, "Royal Marines on Lady Penrhyn. Returned to England with their son William.

FOYLE, William - 1760-1847 Tasmania. Buried St Matthews, New Norfolk. Convicted in 1785 at New Sarum, Wiltshire for theft of a box of money. Sent to Norfolk Island then Tasmania where he died.

FRASER/FRAZEER, William - died 1791 Concord. Convicted 1787 at Manchester for theft of piece of canvas and other goods. Married Ellen (Eleanor) Redchester in 1783 at York. Ellen b1764 d1840 Concord, buried St Lukes, Liverpool. Ellen was convicted along with William. William and Elizabeth left children behind in England. Their son Daniel was christened in 1791 and died from drowning in 1806.


GARLAND, Francis - Convicted at Winchester in 1783 of highway robbery and theft. Married Sarah Bartlum in 1791. Francis originally embarked on the Mercury but escaped when it was taken over by convicts in a mutiny. He was recaptured at Plymouth and embarked on the Charlotte.

GOULD, John - 1741 -1792 Parramatta. Convicted at Exeter in 1786 of theft.

HADON, John - Convicted of assault.

HALL, John - 1757 - 1817 Tasmania. Convicted in 1784 at the Old Bailey of stealing 60 pounts of butter. Married Elizabeth Farrell(alias Nance Ferel)  in 1791 on Norfolk Island.
Elizabeth 1757-1827 Hobart. was a convict who arrived on the Lady Juliana.

HALL, Joseph - b1753 - Convicted in 1782 at Old Bailey, of assault. Originally embarked for America on the 'Swift' but escaped during a mutiny. Embarked on Mercury and escaped again when that ship suffered a mutiny. He was recaptured and embarked on the Charlotte. Sent to Pinchgut Island in chains and then sent to Norfolk Island.

HAMLYN/HAMLIN, William - b1727c. Convicted in 1784 at Exeter for assault on the King's Highway. Occ: Tavern Owner.

HERBERT, John - 1760-1832 Parramatta. Buried St John's Parramatta. Convicted in 1785 at Exeter for assault on the King's Highway. Married Deborah Ellaem in 1788 at Port Jackson. Deboarah arrived on Prince of Wales, as a convict. Married Add Dudley in 1819 at Parramatta. Settled at Prospect.......Contact Australian English Genealogy for family tree.

HILT, William b1769. Convicted at Exeter in 1785 for break, enter and steal.

HOLLAND, William - 1756 Devon  Parents: George and Ann- Convicted in 1786 at Exeter for theft of 6 silver teaspoons. Left the colony in 1791 bound for India.

HORTOP, James - b1752c. Convicted at Exeter in 1786 for burglary and theft.

HUMPHREYS, Henry - b1765c. Convicted at 1786 at Exeter for theft.

JACKSON, Hannah - 1757c - Convicted at Bristol in 1785 for theft of 3 yards of material. Cohabited with Joseph Dunnage, who arrived on Scarborough, as a convict. Settled at Richmond.

JENKINS, William - 1762 - 1837 Portland Head. Convicted at Exeter in 1786 of assault with intent to rob. Married Isabella (Mary) Chapman in 1791 at St Phillips Sydney and Katharine Robertson 1810 at St Phillips.

JOHNSON, Edward - 1757c. Convicted at Dorchester in 1786 for theft of teaspoon and other goods.

JONES, John - b1761c. Convicted of felony in 1781 at the Old Bailey. Escaped during mutinies on the Swift then the Mercury. Possibly left the colony.

JONES, Margaret -b1749. Convicted at New Sarum, Wiltshire in 1783 for receiving stolen goods. Married Patrick Connell in 1791 on Norfolk Island. Patrick was a Private in the Royal Marines who also arrived on the Charlotte.

LA RUE/LARNE, James - 1765 - 1816 Tasmania. Convicted in 1785 of felony at Exeter. Died of exposure whilst intoxicated.

LEGGE, George - 1762 - 1807 Sydney. Drowned during a storm. Convicted at Dorchester in 1786 for theft of a gold watch. Occ: Shoemaker. Married Ann Harmsden 1791 Norfolk Island. Ann arrived as a cconvict, on the Lady Juliana..

LIGHTFOOT, Samuel 1763-1818 Tasmania. Convicted at Exeter in 1785 for theft of 5 shirts and 5 handkerchiefs. Received a 30 acre land grant north of Sydney. Returned to England and where he collected his wife and went to Tasmania.

LIMEBURNER, John - 1755-1847 Ashfield, Buried St John's Ashfield. Convicted in 1785 at New Sarum, Wiltshire of theft of a waistcoat, shirt and stockings. Married Elizabeth Ireland in 1790 at Rosehill. Establish a 50 acre farm at Prospect.

LIMPUS, John - 1762-1801. Convicted 1783 at the Old Bailey for returning from transportation early. Sent to Norfolk Island

LYNCH, Ann - b1746c. Convicted of receiving stolen goods in 1786 at Bristol. Cohabited with Thomas Cotterill (Royal Marines - arr: Alexander) - child Thomas Cotterill b 1789.

MARTIN, Abraham b1746 Trowbridge, Wiltshire. Parents: Abraham and Mary. Convicted at New Sarum in 1786 for theft of 58 pounds of iron. Married Elizabeth Allen in 1792 at St Phillips Sydney. Cohabited with Mary Edwards from 1797. Settled at Prospect.

MARTIN, Thomas- 1764 -1 8122 Parramatta. Convicted Exeter in 1783 for theft of 17 towels. Occ: Weaver. Married Mary Ann Hugh in 1792 at Parramatta. Thomas escaped after the mutiny on the Mutiny and was recaptured Devon. Settled at Toongabbie.

MARTYN, James - Convicted at Exeter in 1786 for theft of 11 iron bolts. Escaped with William Bryant and Mary Braund. Arrested at Batavia and returned to England where he was pardoned in 1793.

MEECH/ALCOCK, Jane - 1757-1812 Tasmania. Convicted in 1786 at Exeter for theft of 4 iron chains. Married William Meech in England. Cohabited with William Moulton (Royal Marines)on Norfolk Island and Tasmania. Married William Hambley in 1810 in Tasmania.  William Hambley was a ships carpenter on the Sirius.

MITCHELL, Nathaniel - 1751-1820 Sydney. Convicted in 1786 at Dorchester for theft of 8 pound of cheese and other goods. Occ: gardener. Married Elizabeth(Isabella)  Leicester in 1790. Elizabeth arrived on the Lady Juliana, as a convict.

MORTIMER/MORTIMORE, John - 1733 Chagford, Devon - 1812 Hobart. Parents: Alice and Noah. Convicted in 1786 at Exeter for theft of a sheep and 40 pound of mutton. Married Joan Basterd in 1753 in England. Cohabited Elizabeth Cotterell on Norfolk Island. Elizabeth arrived as a convict on the Lady Juliana. ... see Noah MORTIMER

MORTIMER, Noah - 1761 Devon - 1846Hobart. Convicted with his father John. Married Mater Cottrell in 1801 on Norfolk Island. Left Norfolk Island with his father, wife and child James (b1796 to Noah and Frances Williams).

MULLIS/MULLOT, Stephen - b1761c. Convicted 1785 at Exeter for stealing a coat and breeches, with force. Occ: Caulker. Cohabited with Ann Faye.

O'CRAFT/OAKCRAFT, John - b1749c. Convicted at Devon in 1783 for theft of 1 pair of breeches and money. Escaped during the mutiny on the Mercury. Recaptured at Stoke Damerel, Devon. Settled at Prospect.

PHILLIPS, Mary - 1754-1850 Tasmania. Convicted at Taunton, Somerset in 1786 of theft. Boarded the Charlotte, transferred to the Friendship then the Prince of Wales.  Cohabited with Alexander McDonald who was a Private with Royal Marines on Friendship 1788. Cohabited with James Reilly on Norfolk Island. James was a Private with the Royal Marines who arrived on the Supply. Cohabited with Thomas Spencer whilst on Norfolk Island. Left Norfolk for Tasmania as the wife of Thomas Stevens.

PIGOTT, Samuel - 1761-1817Parramatta. Convicted in 1786 at Exeter for theft of 100 yards of woollen cloth. Cohabited with Mary Thompson who arrived as a convict, on the Lady Juliana. Samuel received land in Hawkesbury area and Mulgrave Place.

POOLE, Jane - 176-1826Parramatta. Buried St John's. Convicted in Wells, Somerset in 1786 of theft. Married James McManus in 1791 on Norfolk Island. James was a private with Royal Marines who arrived on the Sirius. Settled at Mulgrave Place. Children: James b1794, John b1797.  Cohabited with Richard Ridge from 1802.

POORE/POOR/POWER, William - d1839 Sydney Benevolent Society. Convicted at Dorchester in 1786 for stealing 26 fowls. Gave up his Petersham land grant and worked as a labourer at Georges River. Employed at Argyle prior to his death.

PRIOR, Catherine - 1765-1793 on board ship on return to England. Convicted at Exeter in 1786 for highway assault and robbery. Child John M b1788. Married John Arscott, who arrived as a convict on the Charlotte.  Catherine, John and child returned to England, in 1793.

RICE, John - b1759. Occ: Ropemaker. Convicted at Exeter in 1785 for break, enter and steal. Sent to Norfolk Island where he became a member of the night watch at Grenville. Considered one of Governor King's most trusted convicts.

ROACH, Henry - b1761c. Convicted at Winchester in 1783 for highway assault and robbery. Escaped during the mutiny of the Mercury and was recaptured at Torbay. Married Elizabeth Holloway in 1790 at Port Jackson. Elizabeth arrived on the Lady Juliana, as a convict.

ROBINS/MAJORS, John - 1760-1791 Norfolk Island. Convicted in 1785 at Exeter for theft of a watch.  John drowned whilst fishing from rocks.

ROBINSON, William - At age 21, convicted Winchester 1783 for highway assault and robbery. Married Frances Hart in 1788 at Sydney Cove. Frances arrived on the Friendship. William escaped during Mercury mutiny and was recaptured in Devonport.

RUTH, Robert - At age 21 convicted of assault and theft on the King's highway in 1785 in Exeter. Sent to Norfolk Island.

SHEPHERD/HAYDON/EATON, Mary - b1765 Plymouth Convicted in 1786 at Exeter for theft of a bonnet and other goods. Married John Howell in 1795 at Port Jackson. John arrived on the Scarborough as a Private in the Royal Marines.  Left the colony in 1810 with John.

SMALL, John - 1761 Edgbaston, Birmingham d1850 Kissing Point. Parents: John and Rebecca Ashford.  Convicted in 1785 at Exeter for Highway robbery.  .  John enlisted as a private in the marine corps in 1781. He was a prisoner of war in Cuba and in 1783 was discharged from the Navy. Unable to find work he committed the highway robbery. Married Mary Parker in 1788 at Sydney Cove. Mary was a convict who arrived on the Lady Penrhyn.  John received a grant of land at Eastern Farms and was District Constable for 17 years at Kissing Point. Children: Rebecca b1789, Mary b1791, John b1794, William b1796, Thomas b1799, Samuel b1804. Saraj b1804.  Contact Australian English Genealogy for more information.

SMITH/OVERY, Ann - 1750 Portsea - 1837 Parramatta, buried at St Johns. Parents: Charles Overy and Elizabeth Coleman.  Convicted at Winchester in 1785 for break, enter and steal. Married John Smith 1783 at Portsea. Cohabited with Patrick Burn, a convict who arrived on the Friendship.   Child: Thomas b 1789. Cohabited with Willliam Smith from 1790. William was a convict who also arrived on the Charlotte. William held land at Hawkesbury and Seven Hills.

SMITH, Edward - b1757. Convicted at Exeter in 1785 for break, enter and steal. Absconded before December 1791.

SMITH, HANNAH - 1758-1826 Sydney.  Convicted 1785 Winchester of steal linen and clothing. Married Unknown Smith in 1788 in Sydney. Cohabited with Edward Pugh, a convict who arrived in 1788 on the Friendship. Children: Edward 1794, Harriett b1796, Charlotte b1799. Settled at Prospect.

SMITH, John - At age 24 convicted at Exeter in 1785 of highway assault and theft.  Absconded in December 1791.

SMITH, William - 1755-1830 Prospect.  Convicted in 1786 at Dorchester for theft of 20 pound of bacon and other goods. Cohabited with Ann Smith (Charlotte) from 1790.

SPENCER, Daniel - b1763. Convicted for receiving 4 stolen fowls. Tried at Dorchester in 1786. Married Elizabeth Gosling in 1790 at Rose Hill. Elizabeth arrived on the Lady Juliana, as a convict.

SQUIRE, James - 1754 Surrey - 1822 Kissing Point, buried Elizabeth Street burial ground. Parents; Timothy and Mary. Convicted 1785 at Kingston Upon Thames for theft of 5 cocks, 4 hens and other goods. Married Martha in England. Cohabited with Mary Spencer, a convict who arrived on the Prince of Wales. Cohabited with Elizabeth Mason (Children: Priscilla b1792, Elizabeth b1799, Sarah b1795, Mary A b1804) and Lucy Vaughan (arrived on the William Pitt in 1806). James sentenced to 350 lashes for theft of medicines whilst he was employed in the laboratory tent at Port Jackson. He received a grant of land at Eastern Farms and was licensee of the Malting Shovel Tavern at Kissing Point.

STEPHENS/MORRIS, John - 1764 Hereford - 1836 Sydney.  Convicted 1786 in Dorchester for stealing a waistcoat and other goods. Occ: Sadler/harness maker. Cohabited with Sarah Bird. 1787 kicked and beat Charles Wilson, who died from the injuries. Convicted of manslaughter and sentenced to be burnt in the hand and imprisoned for 18 months.  He was gaoled on Norfolk Island, "owing to his desperate character and conduct". He escaped after stabbing the gaoler and then went to the home of Sarah Bird and slashed her throat from ear to ear. Neither victim died. His death sentence for these crimes, was revoked on the condition that he be kept at hard labour for three years and remain in NSW for the term of his natural life.

STEWART, Margaret - 1762-1836 Richmond. Buried St Peters, Richmond. Convicted in 1786 at Exeter for theft of goods from shops, along with her husband Thomas Blades who she  married in 1785 at Yorkshire. Thomas arrived on Lady Penrhyn after being transferred from the Charlotte and Friendship.  Cohabited with John Watts from 1794. John was a private with Royal Marines who arrived on the Friendship in 1788.

TRACE, John - 1754-1823 Sydney. Convicted at Exeter in 1786 for theft of 20 pounds of mutton. Married Mary A Rose in 1790 at Parramatta. Mary was a convict who arrived on Lady Juliana. Child: George b1796. Mary married James Knight in 1824 at St Phillips Sydney. James arrived as a convict on the General Hewitt in 1814. Child: Charles E c1833.

UNDERWOOD, James - b1742. Convicted in 1786 at New Sarum, Wiltshire, for killing 5 sheep with intent to steal fat and kidneys. Left the colony, possibly as a stowaway.

VICKERY, William - 1762-1822 Tasmania. Convicted in Exeter, in 1786, for stealing money. Held 30 acres at Clarence Plains, Tasmania.

WATSON, Thomas - b1768c. Convicted in 1786 at Exeter, theft of money from a dwelling. Left the colony in 1793 bound for Bengal.

WESTLAKE, Edward

WICKHAM, MARY - 1755-1789 Sydney. Convicted in 1783 at New Sarum , Wiltshire for receiving stolen goods. Married John Silverthorn who arrived as a convict on the Alexander. Died giving birth to son John who died a month later.

WIDDICOMB, Richard - c1764 Buckfastleigh, Devon. Parents: William and Jane. Convicted in 1786 at Exeter for theft of wooden winch and other goods, along with Henry Humphrey(s).

WILLCOCKS, Richard - 1762-1788 Port Jackson. Convicted at Exeter in 1786 for assault with a stick with intent to commit robbery.

WILLIAMS, John - 1744-1788 Norfolk Island. Convicted in 1786 at Exeter for theft of 360 pound of steel. Drowned.

WILLIAMS/FLAGGETT/CREAMER, Peter - 1764 Wapping. Convicted at the Old Bailey in 1783 for highway robbery and theft of a watch. Married Margaret Hall in 1788 at Sydney Cove (as Creamer). Margaret  arrived as a  convict, on the Friendship.

WOOLCOT, John - 1739 Devon - 1788 Port Jackson. Parents John and Hannah. Convicted of break, enter and steal in 1785 at Exeter.

WORSDELL, William -  1730-1790 Sydney. convicted in Launceston, Cornwall in 1783 for stealing 16 iron bolts from as warehouse. Married Mary Ann Lawrence (Hoffman)  in 1788 at Port Jackson.  Mary arrived as a convict, on the Lady Penrhyn.