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Moreton Bay was a place of secondary punishment for convicts to PJ, but also
accepted its very own convicts on the Mount Stewart Elphinstone in 1849 and
the Bangalore (2) in 1850
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The Port Jackson Convicts Anthology 1788 - 1849 CD-ROM
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From: carol pratt [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, 9 July 2002 21:46
Subject: [PJ] convicts to Queensland?
Can someone on list advise me if convicts were taken from Port Jackson to
Queensland or did any come straight into Morton Bay?
Trying to trace William Daniels BUT don't have dates yet so this is general
Name: Ann Byrne
Born: 1781 Ireland
Tried: Dublin 1800
Arrived: 1803 per Rolla
Offence: Irish Rebel
Sent to the Female Factory for 7 years
Ann also had a Colonial offence in 1806 but I can't find anything about it.
Born: 1786 Lustleigh, Devon
Place of Trial: Devon
Year Arrival: 1813 per Earl Spencer
Sentence: 14 years
Assigned to: Mason gang to start with, then to his wife Hannah
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