Tag Archives: Albermarle 1791

John Foreman, Convict, Albemarle 1791

John Foreman born c1764 Greenwich Kent. On 14 July 1790 at Old Bailey was indicted for burglariously and feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling-house of William Dawes, about the hour of two in the night, on the 4th of June last, and burglariously stealing therein an iron roasting jack, value 12 d. twenty pounds weight of old iron, value 1 s. one brass pottage pot, value 12 d. and one padlock, value 6 d. and one staple, value 1 d. his property. He was sentenced to 7 years transportation.[1] He arrived in NSW aboard the Albemarle in 1791. Continue reading

George Holligan, Convict, Albemarle 1791

George Holloghan, was sentenced to 7 years transportation at Clerkenwell, Middlesex on 14 December 1787, arriving in NSW aboard the Albemarle  in 1791. George arrived at Norfolk Island from wreck of ship Endeavour in January 1796 aboard either the Fancy or Providence.  At some time he returned to NSW and enlisted into the  NSW Corps. Continue reading

Richard Gilbert, NSW Corps, Albemarle or Salamander 1791

Richard enlisted into the NSW Corps in June 1789 in England, he arrived in NSW aboard the Albemarle or Salamander in 1791, he most likely arrived on Norfolk Island aboard the Hunter in Jul 1800.

 Richard served with the102nd Foot Regiment as private on Norfolk Island from 1801 until his departure aboard the Lady Nelson in Mar 1810.

In April 1810 he was transferred to the 73rd regiment and was discharged in 1814. Richard Gilbert (arr free Salamander 1791) was living in Sydney.

Richard Gilbert Bachelor, Farmer of Sydney, aged 50 years, married Ann Byrne (Free Rolla 1803), Spinster of Sydney, age 40 years, 4 Feb 1815 St Philips Sydney

Richard died in 1861 at Liverpool, age 92 years.

Cite this article as: Cathy Dunn, 'Richard Gilbert, NSW Corps, Albemarle or Salamander 1791', Australian History Research, http://www.australianhistoryresearch.info/richard-gilbert-nsw-corps-albemarle-or-salamander-1791/, accessed [insert current date]

 

Patrick Short, NSW Corps, Albemarle 1791

Patrick was born c1764 in Dublin Ireland. He enlisted into the NSW Corps in July 1789. He arrived in NSW aboard the Albemarle in 1791. He travelled to Norfolk Island aboard the Lady Nelson in 1803. He served as a private on Norfolk Island until he left aboard the Investigator in Feb 1805.

In 1806 he was living in Sydney with Sarah Jackson (Free by Servitude – Convict, Earl Cornwallis 1801). Patrick Short private of the 102nd Regiment died 7 Apr 1810, age 46 years, at Sydney. He was buried on 8 Apr 1810 at the old Sydney Burial Ground.

Cite this article as: Cathy Dunn, 'Patrick Short, NSW Corps, Albemarle 1791', Australian History Research, http://www.australianhistoryresearch.info/patrick-short-nsw-corps-albemarle-1791/, accessed [insert current date]