Browsing by topic: ‘convicts’
Botany Bay New South Wales watercolour by Charles Gore circa 1789. Acknowledgement State Library New South Wales
The Founding of Australia. By Captain Arthur Phillip R.N. Sydney Cove, 26th January 1788, Algernon Talmadge R.A, 1937. Courtesy State Library of New South Wales.
The Fatal Shore by Robert Hughes.
The First Fleet departed Portsmouth on Sunday 13 May. All the ships reached Botany Bay by Sunday 20 January 1788. With the discovery of Sydney Cove as the preferred site for t...
Headstones of Ellen Guy nee Wainwright and John Guy Back Creek Cemetery Magra Tasmania. First and second Fleet Convicts respectively Ellen Wainwright aka Esther Eccles and John ...
Conviction of John Gay (Guy) Gloustershire Life Sentence.
Extract from 'Her blood in our veins : the story of Ellen Wainwright (nee Esther Eccles)' by Irene Donald.to coincide with the Bicentennial Year allegedly written by Mary Lascel...
Record of conviction and subsequent transportation.
Record of Conviction of Ellen Wainwright for stealing. Lancaster Preston.
Convict list detailing transportation of David Bush arriving October 1812 on board the Indefatigable.
Confirmation of the convict background of Thomas Bilston from the City of Birmingham library.
Prince of Wales First Fleet extract First Fleet Fellowship Victoria Inc. copyright acknowledged.
Victoria Death Certificate Birth Deaths & Marriages No.910 1899
Pardon & Ticket of Leave of convict Thomas Bilston.
Tasmania Death Certificate Births Deaths & Marriages No. 478 1839
Convict and Transportation Register Warwick. Record of trial and conviction. Departed England 29 July 1823 aboard Asia for Van Dieman's Land.
Convict 3rd Fleet married Ellen Wainwright.