In early February 1791, King wrote ….and since my arrival here the following is a state of the births and deaths, viz.:- Births, fifteen; deaths, twelve. Of the latter, killed by the fall of a tree, one; drowned, eight; died a natural death, three. Continue reading
Not all the assigned crew members and ship’s marines were aboard HMS Sirius for the March 1790 voyage to Norfolk Island, they are noted in HMS Sirius muster by not being mustered on 20 March 1790 on Norfolk Island after the day after the shipwreck, but being mustered in April 1790 at Port Jackson. Continue reading
Officers and Men belonging to HM late ship Sirius who were stranded on Norfolk Island and travelled from Norfolk Island to Port Jackson in February 1791.
List of passenger from HM Tender Supply travelling from Norfolk Island to Port Jackson in February 1791 included crew members of the late HMS Sirius in order as recorded on shipping muster (TNA – Accounting Departments Ships’ Musters; Series I ADM 36/10981 Reel 7006) . Continue reading
Darby Carberry alias Corbery arrived in NSW as a convict aboard the Friendship in February 1800 as United Irishman, with a life sentence. In August 1806 Darby Carbry (sic) was listed as an indented servant to Thomas O’Neil as a United Irishman (Friendship 1800), with Frances Waller alias Lawless, free by servitude (Queen 1791) listed as living with (and/or servant) to Derby Carbry. Continue reading