Browning, William, Private, Royal Marines 51st (Plymouth) Company, assigned to Captain Shea’s Company Port Jackson Garrison, sent to Norfolk Island arriving aboard HM Supply in Mar 1790.
Carver, John: Private, Royal Marines 24th (Plymouth) Company, assigned to Captain-Lieutenant Tench’s Company Port Jackson Garrison.
Chipp, Thomas: Private, Royal Marines 42nd (Plymouth) Company, assigned to Captain-Lieutenant Tench’s Company Port Jackson Garrison. Continue reading Marines, Friendship 1788
Abbott, Joseph: Drummer, Royal Marines 8th (Portsmouth) Company
Brown, John: Private, Royal Marines 11th (Portsmouth) Company
Brown, John: Private, Royal Marines 56th (Portsmouth) Company, assigned to Captain-Lieutenant Tench’s Company Port Jackson Garrison.
Bullmore, Thomas: Royal Marines 50th (Portsmouth) Company, assigned to Captain Campbell’s Company Port Jackson Garrison, died 11 Nov 1788 Port Jackson. Continue reading Marines, Scarborough Jan 1788
Elizabeth Lock was born 1763. She was tried with the crime of two counts of break, enter and steal at Gloucester on 26 Mar 1783. Elizabeth was sentence to death but was commuted to 7 years transportation. She arrived in NSW aboard the Lady Penrhyn 1788 Elizabeth was on rations in Sydney in 1788.
Elizabeth married Richard Morgan, 30 Mar 1788, St Phillips Sydney. Richard MORGAN, Convict, Alexander 1788. Crime: Assault and rob. Tried: Gloucester, 23 Mar 1785. Sentence: 7 years transportation. Richard arrived on Norfolk Island aboard HM Supply in Jan 1790. Continue reading Elizabeth Lock, Convict, Lady Penrhyn 1788
Ann Inett was born 1756 Grimley, Worcester, England. Trade: Dressmaker. Crime: Break, enter and steal 1 petticoat with force of arms. Tried: Worcester 11 Mar 1786. Sentence: Death commuted to 7 years transportation. Ann left behind in Worcestershire her two children (possible illegitimate) Thomas aged nine years and Constance, aged six years.
In the middle of February 1788, Lieutenant King of HMS Sirius, a master’s mate, and surgeon’s mate, with four other men from HMS Sirius, together with a few men and women convicts including Ann Inett, embarked on board HM Supply, and travelled to Norfolk Island, to established the settlement. Continue reading Ann Inett, Convict, Lady Penrhyn 1788
The Atlantic left Norfolk Island on 21Sept 1792 for Port Jackson arriving 30 Sept 1792.
Known Passenger List
62 people including nine Marines settlers and 13 offenders Continue reading Atlantic from Norfolk Island to Port Jackson September 1792
Mary Carter – McCarthy, Convict, Lady Juliana 1790 was sent to Norfolk Island aboard the Surprize in Aug 1790. On Norfolk Island she formed a relationship with First Fleeter Robert Nunn. He was born 1758. Crime: Steal 1 coat, silver, lace and two hat loops. Tried: Old Bailey, 7 July 1784. Sentence: 7 years transportation to America. Continue reading Mary Carter – McCarthy, Convict, Lady Juliana 1790