Convicts Murramarang and Ulladulla

Master and Convicts bookcoverMasters and Convicts: Murramarang & Ulladulla

Convicts from 1828 – 1850 and story of early Ulladulla and Murramarang convict settlements, land holdings and aboriginal people. Some images of convicts and their first generations.

Includes arrivals and crimes. Ticket of leave information and convict assignments. Birth, death and marriage information for the first generation of Masters and Convict families. Bibliography and index, photos and maps.

GREEN William
B. 1807 Leamington England. Arr: Royal George 1828. Tried: Warwick 1828, transported for Life.
1837: Assigned to William Elyard at Shoalhaven. TOL: 37/414 St Vincent, SRNSW 4/4110, Reel 926.
1840 – 1842: Convict Labourer assigned to Robert Garrad. His name appears amongst the petitioners for Milton PO 1859. William appears on 1859 and 1874 Electoral Roll, but not on 1885 landholders index.
M. Eliza Newberry, date unknown.
Their son John died 1 Oct 1878, aged 22 years. Bu: CE Cemetery Milton, burial No. 30 in registry. William died 10 Sept 1887 Milton. Age 80 years. Parents unknown. Bu: Milton Methodist Cemetery.

In accordance with traditional laws often followed by Indigenous communities in Australia the mentioning of and photographs of deceased people may offend. Please note in the book there is mention of Aboriginal people who are deceased.

The want of mechanics is severely felt by those who are building:
those in the district now are chiefly ticket of leave holders and those
I am sorry to say not of the most sober description.
Sydney Morning Herald, 27 December 1841

Masters and Convicts: Murramarang & Ulladulla
Cathy Dunn: PO Box 52 Milton NSW 2538 Australia
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