Norfolk Island Baptisms, Burials and Marriages 1801 – 1806

Norfolk Island Rev. Fulton Baptisms, Burials and Marriages 1801 – 1806

norfolk island bdmCathy Dunn has researched further details to fill in the picture of Fulton’s Birth, burial and marriage Register of Norfolk island.

Including the details of the next generation of families whose antecedents are listed in the Register, as well as cross-references to names mentioned in other primary records, such as victualling books, population returns, land grants and shipping records along with journals and diaries, letters, musters, church records, population returns and much more. Continue reading Norfolk Island Baptisms, Burials and Marriages 1801 – 1806

The people of HMS Sirius Shipwreck March 1790 Norfolk Island

HMS Sirius brought no convicts to the colony in 1788 but did transport on the voyage to Norfolk Island in March 1790

  • 96 convict men
  • 65 convict women
  • 24 children of convict women
  • 39 members of a detachment of the Port Jackson Garrison, including four marine’s wives, one marine child and three civil appointments.
  • 100 crew members

Continue reading The people of HMS Sirius Shipwreck March 1790 Norfolk Island