Ann Falmer – Framer – Farmer was a convict who arrived in NSW aboard the Convict Prince of Wales 1788.
Crime: Petty Larceny. Tried: Clerkenwell Green, Middlesex, 15 Dec 1786. Sentence: 7 years transportation. Ann Falmer (sic) was on rations at Port Jackson in 1788. Continue reading Ann Farmer, Convict, Prince of Wales 1788
1793: Deputy Commissary Norfolk Island arriving on Norfolk Island aboard the Kitty in 1793. Continue reading Zachariah Clark, Free contractor, Alexander 1788
Twins Mary and Sarah Lucas were born 17 Aug 1790 on Norfolk Island. Daughters of Nathaniel Lucas (Convict Scarborough 1788) and Olive Gascoigne (Convict Lady Penrhyn 1788). Both arrived on Norfolk Island, as part of the first landing party on 6 Mar 1788, leaving Port Jackson in Feb 1788 aboard the Supply. Continue reading Mary and Sarah Lucas, died Norfolk Island
Michael Cox was born 1775 Cork Ireland. He was a member of the Irish Rebel. Tried: 1798 Cork , age 24 years. Sentence: Life transportation arriving in NSW aboard the Minerva 1800. He arrived on Norfolk Island pre January 1802.
He died on 26 Sept 1804 on Norfolk Island. There is no burial listed for Michael Cox in in the Rev Fulton burial records. Continue reading Michael Cox, Convict, Minerva 1800
John Brabyn, Ensign of the New South Wales Corps, arrived in NSW aboard the Marquis Cornwallis 1796 with his wife and two children. They arrived on Norfolk Island aboard the Supply in Apr 1796. In Oct 1796 John Brabyn took on a land lease of 19 acres on Norfolk Island. This been lot 109 today located between Harpers Road and Cascade Road north of New Cascade Road. Continue reading John and Mary Brabyn, Marquis Cornwallis 1796
John Williams was first on the Charlotte, he was then transferred to the Scarborough before the first fleet left England. He was tired Bodmin, Cornwall on 18 Aug 1783 for stealing 1 cotton gown and other goods.; receiving a sentence of death which was commuted to 7 years transportation.
John arrived on Norfolk Island in Mar 1788, aboard HM Supply. He drowned on 6 Aug 1788 whilst on way out to HM Supply on her return journey to Norfolk Island the boat he was in was swamped and he lost his life along with three others – James Cunningham, Laurence Tomlinson, and William Westbrook. Continue reading John Williams, Convict Scarborough 1788