2. Elizabeth Rose Dunn
In 1803, fifteen Irish convicts escaped from Castle Hill Government farm. Two of these escapees, Patrick Gannon and Francis Simpson, broke into the Bean house and raped Rose, in front of her mother. They were both hanged from a tree outside the Bean property. Rose had a daughter, Elizabeth, in 1804, before her marriage to Thomas Dunn.
Birth registered as Pauley
16. Alfred Edward Pawley
Died of Scarlet fever
19. Louisa Elizabeth Pawley
Lived at 348 Upper Brougham Street, Darlinghurst, before her death.
Samuel Butler, the son of John Gare Butler, was a missionary, at the Bay of Islands, New Zealand in 1819- at Kerikeri.
1823 - Arrived in Sydney where Samuel Marsden charged Samuel Butler with drunkeness. Samuel had no defence against the charges as his position as clergyman was terminated. He returned to England, with his family and retired from the Church Missionary Society. He returned to New Zealand in 1839, along with his wife and daughter Hannah.
Convict who arrived on the Speke II in 1827.
4. Margaret Dunn
Margaret's husband, Laurence, ran off to Tasmania with a married woman, Eliza Bodecin, the daughter of Irish rebel leader, Michael Dwyer.