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Title A Nominal Alphabetical Return of Male Convicts in New South Wales from 1780 up to December 1819 [Part 2]
Date 1820
Document Type Report
Reference HO 10/1
Library / Archive The National Archives
Collection Name Home Office: Settlers and Convicts, New South Wales and Tasmania: Records
Description Report compiled in 1820 of male convicts in New South Wales, Australia detailing name, date of arrival, transportation ship, ship's master, where and when they were tried, how long their sentence was, their occupation once in Australia and whether they were still resident in the colony at the time the list was compiled.
Series Description Lists of the male and female convicts and former convicts in the colonies giving particulars as to their sentences, employment, settlement in the country, the land and cattle acquired by them and other information; lists of pardons granted; lists of convicts embarked for and arriving in New South Wales; general musters and census of 1828 relating to settlers and convicts.
Theme(s) Ships and Shipping Lines; Arrivals: Ports and Early Experiences; Politics, Legislation and Governance; Permanent Settlement and Successive Generations
Country (from) Great Britain; Ireland
Country (to) Australia
Places Tasmania, Australia
Ports Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Nationality English; Irish; Scottish; Welsh; European
Keywords shipping, government, transportation, convict, employment, occupation, forced migration, death, labour, servant
Language English
Document(s) linked to A Nominal Alphabetical Return of Male Convicts in New South Wales from 1780 up to December 1819 [Part 1]
A Nominal Alphabetical Return of Female Convicts in New South Wales from 1788 up to December 1819
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