1. Richard Alcorn(Allcorne)
Convicted at the Old Bailey in 1801 of horse theft. Arrived on the Glatton. His wife, Sarah, and their two sons arrived on the same boat, as free settlers.
Arrived on Glatton in 1803 free settler
DEATHS.—On the 30th ult., at her residence, South Creek, near Windsor, Mrs. Sarah Alcorn, an old and respectable inhabitant of the Colony for many years, leaving a numerous family to deplore her loss.
Source: The Sydney Herald 7 May 1832
2. Richard Alcorn
Convicted at the Old Bailey. Arrived on the Earl Cornwallis
At the Queen Victoria Inn, Jerry's Plains, on the 23rd ultimo, aged 42 years, Charlotte, the beloved wife of Mr. Richard Alcorn, leaving a husband, seven children, and a large circle of friends to lament their loss.
Source: The Maitland Mercuy 6 Sep1851
7. John Alcorn
WINDSOR. [FROH OUR CORRESPONDENT.]
Inquest.-On Saturday, an inquest was held at one of the inns, Macgrath's Hill, before Dr. Dowe, coroner, and a jury, on the body of Mr. John Alcorn, farmer here. It appeared from the evidence, that the day previous Mr. Alcorn had been indulging rather freely in intoxicating liquors ; was barefooted, and had by some means or other sustained a severe cut in one of his feet, probably falling down ; on going to sleep, he had, according to the medical testimony, bled so much that the jury returned a verdict of "died from hemorrhage, induced by the accidental cutting of one of deceased's feet." "The deceased was an old native of this district, the owner of a valuable farm at Macgrath's Hill, and has left a wife and numerous family surviving him.
Source: The SMH 9 Dec 1857