1. Charles Hadley
Convicted at Warwick, in 1788, of shoplifting. Arrived on the Matilda
WHEREAS my wife, SARAH HADLEY, having left her home, and deserted her Family of nine children, without any Cause or Provocation, these are to caution all Persons from giving Trust or Credit to the said Sarah Hadley, on my Account, as I will not be responsible for any Debts she may contract, after this Date, and any Person found harbouring, entertaining, or concealing her after this Notice will be prosecuted with the utmost rigour of the Law. CHARLES HADLEY. DISTRICT OF EVAN, MARCH 19, 1827.
Source: The Sydney Gazette and NSW Advertiser 22 Mar 1827
On Friday morning last, at the Nepean, Mr. CHARLES HADLEY, a respectable and veteran settler of very many years standing in the Colony; and who was remarkable for his probity and industry. The deceased was upwards of 60 years of age.
Source: The Sydney Gazette and NSW Advertiser 29 Sep 1828
Irish rebel. Convicted in Dublin. Arrived on the Sugar Cane