William Saltmarsh was born c1770. He was charged with stealing five handkerchiefs, tried at Kingston, Surrey on 28 Mar 1785, found guilty and sentenced to 7 years transportation. He arrived in NSW aboard the Alexander 1788.
The good behaviour of Elizabeth Colley, Elizabeth Lee and Elizabeth Hippseley on the voyage aboard the Lady Penrhyn was recorded by Surgeon Bowes, and all three recommended by Bowes on 30 Jan 1788 to be members of the party to be sent to Norfolk Island. All three women travelled to Norfolk Island aboard HM Supply […]Chesterfield 1793, Lady Penrhyn 1788, Supply 1788
Joshua Peck was charged with the crime of stealing, tried: Exeter Devon, Mar 1786, sentence: 7 years transportation. He arrived in NSW aboard the Charlotte 1788 Joshua lived on Norfolk Island, twice during the Island’s 1st Settlement. He first arrived on Norfolk Island aboard the Golden Grove, Oct 1788, leaving Norfolk island in 1793 aboard […]Charlotte 1788, Chesterfield 1793, Golden Grove 1788, Governor Bligh 1821, HMS Buffalo 1803, HMS Porpoise 1807, Jupiter 1821, Neptune 1790, Surprize 1790
Richard was baptised June 1764 at Buckfastleigh, Devon, England, son of William and Jane Widdicombe, At Exeter, he was sentence to 7 years transportation on 20 Mar 1786 for stealing a wooden winch and other goods. He arrived in NSW aboard the Charlotte in Jan 1788. Richard was a member of the first land party […]Charlotte 1788, Chesterfield 1793, Supply 1788