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Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia, 1783-1842

Irene Wyatt

Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia, 1783-1842

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Published by Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society in Gloucester .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia,
  • Gloucestershire (England),
  • Australia.,
  • England,
  • Gloucestershire.,
  • Gloucester
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Australia.,
    • Registers of births, etc. -- England -- Gloucestershire.,
    • Prisoners -- Australia -- Registers.,
    • Prisoners -- England -- Gloucester -- Registers.,
    • Australia -- Genealogy.,
    • Gloucestershire (England) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesGloucestershire transportees.
      Statementedited by Irene Wyatt ; with a foreword by James Jupp.
      SeriesGloucestershire record series ;
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS2003 .W93 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxx, 181 p., [1] folded leaf of plates :
      Number of Pages181
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2138286M
      ISBN 100900197269
      LC Control Number88206002
      OCLC/WorldCa20834887

      Kindly transcribed and submitted to TheShipsList by Robert Janmaat, Adelaide, from a variety of sources, cited below. Return to SA Passenger Lists, ship Gloucester, tons, Captain James Marshall, from London / Plymouth 30th April , arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia . Sir George Seymour was built in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear in by Somes Brothers. She made one voyage transporting convicts to Australia and at least one carrying emigrants to Australia and one to New Zealand. A fire at sea in her cargo in December forced her crew to abandon ke: Sir George Francis Seymour.   Bound for Australia by David T Hawkings is a good guide to the available records. Transportation was not always a reprieve, as many passengers died in transit. But for others, it Author: Orla Thomas.


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Wikipedia Citation. A list of Thornburians transported to Australia -copied from the book ‘Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia – ’. The book ‘Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia - ’ by Irene Wyatt lists criminals who were sentenced to transportation during these years.

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Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia,ed. Irene Wyatt(), xxiv + pages, map. ISBN The Gloucestershire Village Book. Countryside Books ISBN 0 87 6 Forest of Dean Local History Society. I've seen mention of a book by Richard Deeks, "Transportees from Suffolk to Australia a list of people from Suffolk transported to Australia, with indexes of names and villages/towns", but unfortunately this is out of print, and doesn't appear to be available at the British Library - only in some Suffolk libraries (which.

The American Revolution of meant that transportation to North America was no longer possible. Sentences of transportation were still passed, with convicts held in prison while the government considered alternative destinations. The prisons soon became overcrowded and extra accommodation had to be provided in derelict ships (or hulks.

Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australiaedited by Irene Wyatt, with a forward by James Jupp. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Gloucester,xx, p, 1 folded leaf of plates, 2 maps. (Gloucestershire record series, v. Bibliography: p - includes indexes.

Wyatt, I. ed., Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia,Gloucestershire Record Series, 1 () Bigland, R., Historical, monumental and genealogical collections relative to the county of. Wyatt, Irene - Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia,Published by The Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society.

The definitive guide for anyone searching for a convict ancestor from Gloucestershire. 1: Transportees from Gloucestershire to Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia, Irene Wyatt (), xxiv + pages, map: ISBN Out of Print: 2: Bigland's Gloucestershire Collections, Part 1 (A-C).

Wyatt Irene, Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological SocietyBristol, Gloucestershire, England. National Library of Australia (NLA), Barton, ACT. RX T - Bettey, J (Ed) Archives and Local History in Bristol and Gloucestershire BGAS - BGAS Archaeological Reports 2,4,5,6 - BGAS Gloucestershire Records Series - VolTransportees from Gloucestershire to Australia,ed.

Irene Wyatt(), xxiv + pages, map. ISBN. TRANSPORTEES from GLOUCESTERSHIRE to AUSTRALIA Edited by Irene Wyatt Published by the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society in ISBN: 0 26 9.

ISBN: 0 26 9. - Gloucestershire record series volume I: Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia - - Gloucestershire record series volume 2: Bigland's Gloucestershire collections A - C - Gloucestershire record series volume 3: Bigland's Gloucestershire collections D - M.

The source of this information is Gloucestershire Record Series Volume I: ‘Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia ’, edited by Wyatt, A local inhabitant of the village remembers the only Clark in the village as an elderly lady who kept a general store, which has since been replaced by another building.

Transportees – details extracted from the book ‘Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia – ’. Click here to read more We have used newspaper reports and the records that are available at Gloucester Record Office and on line from the various Australian convict websites to piece together quite detailed stories of the crimes.

Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia, by Irene Wyatt Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia, by Irene Wyatt (pp.

) Review by: Duncan Bythell. A list of transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia during the period list Joseph Wilkes as a 17 year old youth in (i.e.

born ), from the parish of St. Philip & St. Jacob in Bristol. Upon his arrival in Van Diemen's Land only 7 months later, his Convict Indent records that his age has increased by 3 years thereby born Genealogical & Historical Society Inc.

PO BoxSwan Hill, Victoria, Book Library Database: Librarian: Julie Whateley Ass. Librarian: Norma Rutherford. Transportees to Australia () Overseers of the poor index () List of Newent wills in Gloucestershire Archives; Names index for Chapters in Newents History Vol I (3, names) Many books, photographs and maps.

9 Responses to Archive. Diane Alton says. The following records relate specifically to Gloucestershire and Bristol and are important sources of information. Bigland’s Memorial Inscriptions; Hockaday Papers; Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia ; Smith’s Men and Armour in Gloucestershire in ; Gloucestershire Muster Roll of ; Military Survey of.

ALSO ON SHIP EMU IN [Elizabeth was first placed on the ship Essex in Octoberbut this vessel did not sail. Source: Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia by Irene Wyatt] Certificate of Freedom (indent) Muster: Elizabeth HOLLOWAY, Broxbornebury, con, on stores, FF, Parra ().

BOOKS SOUGHT Irvine Gray, Antiquaries of Gloucestershire and Bristol, B&GAS Irene Wyatt, ed., Transportees from Gloucestershire to AustraliaGloucestershire Record Series volume 1.

Brian Frith ed., Bigland's Gloucestershire collections part 1 (A-C), GRS volume 2. Transportees From Gloucestershire to Australia (Gloucestershire Record Series Volume 1. Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australiaedited by Irene Wyatt, with a forward by James Jupp.

Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Gloucester,xx, p, 1 folded leaf of plates, 2 maps. (Gloucestershire record series, v. Gloucestershire Census and Resource Login; Register; » England (Counties as in )» England» Gloucestershire» Gloucestershire Lookup Offers; Gloucestershire Census and Resource Lookup Offers.

Pages: [1] New topic GLS Transportees to Australia Started by gene-genie. 0 / 2, by gene-genie. Wyatt (Irene), editor TRANSPORTEES FROM GLOUCESTERSHIRE TO AUSTRALIA Gloucestershire Record Series. Volume 1. Folding map, xx + pp, dustwrapper. Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, £ AMBRA BOOKS Home page.

Many letters were exchanged and finally Joseph Wilks sentence was commuted to transportation to Van Diemens Land for life A list of transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia during the period list Joseph Wilkes as a 17 year old youth in (i.e.

Tracing your family history in Australia: a guide to sources Nick Vine Hall Tracing your family history in Australia: a guide to sources Nick Vine Hall Transcripts of Mudgee cemeteries NSW. Transcripts of Mudgee cemeteries NSW.

Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia, Irene Wyatt. Abraham and Susannah Perrett of North Nibley. UK Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books for seven years but they do not seem to have gone as there is no reference in Irene Wyatt’s ‘Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia ’.

Wiltshire Transportees via Gloucester Persons from Wiltshire sentenced to transportation at Gloucester Assizes Notes taken from: Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia by Irene Wyatt. DALLEY'S TO OZ TRANSPORTEES: MJ_DALLEY: 0 Afrer the year old flood a body has been found.

Michelle Dalley 2 Leon Dalley: Stuwolf 0 Eliza May Dalley 6 Apr Eng to Summit,Ut: tgcox: 2 Need info on Lavisey Dalley''s parents: YOUNGGENES: 1.

Of perhaps more relevant interest is an item from 'Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia ', edited by Irene Watt, The Bristol & Gloucestershire Arch. Soc. William Skull, a cordwainer, St. George Parish, Bristol, sentenced to 14 years in August Transported on the 'Shipley', arrived NSW 18 Dec.

(Ref: 5/1. Australian Scholarly Publishing, - Australia - pages 0 Reviews A detailed and authoritative documentation of the experiences of criminals from Devon sent to Australia between and Salopian Books is a specialist online used and second-hand bookshop with a wide selection of books available.

Transportees from Gloucestershire to Australia (Gloucestershire Record Series - Volume 1). Author: Wyatt, Irene (ed): Category: History. England & Wales, Criminal Registers, [database on-line].

Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, This collection was indexed by Ancestry World Archives Project contributors. Original data: Home Office: Criminal Registers, Middlesex and Home Office: Criminal. I came across this reference to a local transportation when re-reading The Fatal Shore by Robert Hughes: ‘Mrs.

Lycot, wife of “a gentleman of considerable landed property,” wrote in May to the local magistrate in Minchin Hampton, Sir George Paul, begging clemency for Thomas Barker, an itinerant vendor of rabbit skins who had been sentenced to transportation for buying some.Men and Armour for Gloucestershire in Freemen of Gloucester - Prisoners in Gloucester County Gaol - Transportees from Gloucestershire - Gull and Bradshaw's Directory of Gloucester Gloucester Electoral Roll List of the Poll (Tewkesbury) Morris & Co.

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