You could check the muster taken on board when they both arrived.
Available on microfiche at many large libaries and many smaller ones in
The type of information available for both of these transports is
Arrived Port Jackson
How disposed of (for the Burrell but not for the Planter)
For instance some of the information available for Elizabeth Starkie is
Name .. Starkie, Elizabeth
Age .. 30
Education .. Reads
Religion .. Protestant
Marital status .. Widow
Native place .. Nottingham
Occupation .. Chambermaid and Cook
Crime .. Stealing linen
Where tried .. Central Criminal Court
Date tried .. 2 April 1838
Sentence .. 7
Previous convictions .. None
You will be able to find her trial on the Old Bailey web site at:
You may also find some more information in the newspapers of the day at
CLAIM A CONVICT
On 16/02/2011 7:32 AM, Judy wrote:
I wonder if someone could please help?
I have found the following info re CHARLES HOOPER but need advice on where to go next to
develop the story.
Charles Hooper. Vessel "Burrell". 1830. 40/171. 7 May 1840. Ticket of
Leave Passport. [4/4239; Reel967] Ticket of Leave 37/0447 on the recommendation of
" " " 41/1228
18 May 1841 " [4/4242; Reel 968 "
" " "
" " " 44/0434
22 Feb 1844 Certificate of Freedom [4/4390; Reel 1016
" " " 37/447
Ticket of Leave [ 4/4110;Reel 926] District:
Campbelltown Tried Wilts Assizes
I have found his marriage to Elizabeth Starkie ( another convict "Planter") in
1842 at Campbelltown who has the following details:-
Elizabeth Starkie Planter (2) No 45/69
Record Type Bank Warrant [4/4548;Reel 597] Condition:
" Planter 1839 40/0747
31 May Certificate of Freedom [4/4399; Reel 1020]
Could you please tell me where to find further information? Is it possible to obtain more
details on-line? I really would appreciate any assistance.