New South Wales Contingent

 

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Bristol (5)
Cumberland (2)
Devonshire (1)
Durham (1)
Hampshire (1)
Lancashire (8)
London (2)
Middlesex (2)
Norfolk (1)
Northumberland (5)
Staffordshire (1)
Surrey (1)
Sussex (1)
Warwickshire (2)
Yorkshire (3)
Scotland (5)
Wales (2)


BRISTOL

Sarah Hopkins

Date of Trial: 12 April 1817
Where Tried: Bristol Session of Peace Oyer and Terminer Gaol Delivery
Crime: Receiving stolen goods
Sentence: 14 years
Surgeon’s Remarks: A prostitute without the least shame

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Lucy Mears and Sophia Richards – Sisters

Lucy Mears
Date of Trial: 12 April 1817
Where Tried: Bristol Session of Peace Oyer and Terminer Gaol Delivery
Crime: Receiving Stolen Goods
Sentence: 14 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: A prostitute, sister to the above [Sophia Richards] and of a most infamous disposition

Sophia Richards
Date of Trial: 12 April 1817
Where Tried: Bristol Session of Peace Oyer and Terminer Gaol Delivery
Crime: Receiving Stolen Goods
Sentence: 14 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: A prostitute Leader of the Mutinous Spirit shown last July

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Sarah North

Date of Trial: 13 January 1817
Where Tried: Bristol Quarter Session
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: A prostitute and bad disposition

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Elizabeth Patrick

Date of Trial: 13 January 1817
Where Tried: Bristol Quarter Session
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: A prostitute with the least shame

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CUMBERLAND

Sarah Armstrong

Date of Trial: 21 August 1816
Where Tried: Cumberland Gaol Delivery
Crime: Burglary
Sentence: Life/Death commuted
Surgeon’s Remarks: A thief and liar, filthy

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Margaret Sellairs

Date of Trial: 21 August 1816
Where Tried: Cumberland Gaol Delivery
Crime: Uttering forged bank notes
Sentence: Life
Surgeon’s Remarks: Inoffensive

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DEVON

Mary Johnson

Date of Trial: 19 March 1817
Where Tried: Devon Assizes
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Insolent but disposed to work

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DURHAM

Barbara Oliver

Date of Trial: 10 August 1816
Where Tried: Durham Assizes Court of Pleas Oyer and Terminer Gaol Delivery
Crime: Having forged bank notes
Sentence: 14 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Quiet and Industrious

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HAMPSHIRE

Mary Lenny

Date of Trial: 3 March 1817
Where Tried: Winchester Assizes
Crime: Having in possession forged bank notes
Sentence: 14 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: A weak intellected woman and quiet

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LANCASHIRE

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Mary Bridge

Date of Trial: 31 August 1816
Where Tried: Lancaster Assizes
Crime: Having in possession forged bank notes
Sentence: 14 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Inoffensive, deviant old woman

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Mary Ann Buckley

Date of Trial: 30 January 1817
Where Tried: Lancaster Quarter Session
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: A good disposition, but (?) devoid of reflection

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Sarah Gordon

Date of Trial: 31 August 1816
Where Tried: Lancaster Assizes
Crime: Having in possession forged bank notes
Sentence: 14 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Mutinous, seditious and bad disposed woman

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Jane Jones

Date of Trial: 20 January 1817
Where Tried: Lancaster Quarter Session
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Quiet and industrious

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Margaret Lang

Date of Trial: 22 January 1817
Where Tried: Lancaster Quarter Session
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: A helpless old woman

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Ann Ross

Date of Trial: 22 January 1817
Where Tried: Lancaster Quarter Session
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Lazy, scrophulous, and epileptic, and very bad temper

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Sarah Marshall

Date of Trial: 24 July 1816
Where Tried: Lancaster Quarter Session
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Prostitute (not(?) insolent or bad disposed), industrious

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Catherine Welch

Date of Trial: 22 January 1817
Where Tried: Lancaster Quarter Session
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Quiet and industrious

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LONDON

Grace Blaker

Date of Trial: 18 September 1816
Where Tried: London Gaol Delivery
Crime: Having a forged bank note
Sentence: 14 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: A shameless prostitute, insolent, bad disposition

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Elizabeth Macginnis

Date of Trial: 15 January 1817
Where Tried: London Gaol Delivery
Crime: Receiving stolen property
Sentence: 14 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Rather insolent but a good mother, humane

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MIDDLESEX

Jane Barns

Date of Trial: 13 July 1816
Where Tried: Clerkenwell Session (Hicks Hall)
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: A character unworthy of any trust except what concerns her profession (a thief)

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Harriet Garva

Date of Trial: 18 September 1816
Where Tried: Middlesex Gaol Delivery
Crime: Receiving stolen goods
Sentence: 14 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Industrious

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NORFOLK

Susannah Mason

Date of Trial: 21 April 1817
Where Tried: Norfolk, Borough of Kings Lynn Quarter Session and Gaol Delivery
Crime: Receiving stolen goods
Sentence: 14 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Conducts herself with propriety

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NORTHUMBERLAND

Maria Courtney

Date of Trial: 24 July 1816
Where Tried: Berwick upon Tweed Borough Gaol Delivery
Crime: Coining
Sentence: Life
Surgeon’s Remarks: Tolerably quiet and industrious

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Margaret Duffey

Date of Trial: 24 July 1816
Where Tried: Berwick upon Tweed Borough Gaol Delivery
Crime: Coining
Sentence: Life
Surgeon’s Remarks: Insolent and indolently inclined

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Jane Granger

Date of Trial: 15 August 1816
Where Tried: Northumberland Assizes
Crime: Coining
Sentence: Life
Surgeon’s Remarks: Inoffensive and industrious

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Mary Moen

Date of Trial: 24 July 1816
Where Tried: Berwick upon Tweed Borough Gaol Delivery
Crime: Coining
Sentence: Life
Surgeon’s Remarks: A good mother but a blasphemous and bad disposition

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Mary Smiles

Date of Trial: 16 April 1817
Where Tried: Northumberland Quarter Session
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Inoffensive and industrious

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STAFFORDSHIRE

Mary Jackson

Date of Trial: 1 August 1816
Where Tried: Stafford Assizes
Crime: Forgery
Sentence: 14 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Industrious

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SURREY

Amey Barfoot

Date of Trial: 27 March 1817
Where Tried: Surrey Assizes
Crime: Burglary
Sentence: Life
Surgeon’s Remarks: Well behaved and industrious

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SUSSEX

Jane Rogers

Date of Trial: 24 March 1817
Where Tried: Sussex Assizes
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Inoffensive, very sickly

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WARWICKSHIRE

Ann Dudley

Date of Trial: 12 August 1816
Where Tried: Warwick Assizes
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Quiet and indolent

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Mary Eginton

Date of Trial: 12 August 1816
Where Tried: Warwick Assizes
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: A thief and prostitute

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YORKSHIRE

Mary Buxton

Date of Trial: 23 October 1816
Where Tried: York, West Riding Quarter Session
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: An indolent, inoffensive woman

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Hannah Hammond Crampton

Date of Trial: 8 March 1817
Where Tried: York Assizes
Crime: Having forged bank notes
Sentence: 14 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Conducts herself with propriety and is very industrious

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Rosannah Euden

Date of Trial: 16 January 1816
Where Tried: York, Kingston upon Hull Quarter Session
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Prostitute, shameless and mutinous

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SCOTLAND

Elizabeth Brodie

Date of Trial: 20 April 1817
Where Tried: Glasgow Court of Judiciary
Crime: Theft
Sentence: 14 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Mutinous and a prostitute

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Mary Cain

Date of Trial: 26 April 1817
Where Tried: Glasgow Court of Justiciary
Crime: Theft
Sentence: 14 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Industrious

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Jean Hume

Date of Trial: 26 April 1817
Where Tried: Glasgow Court of Justiciary
Crime: Theft
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Industrious

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Jean Macdonald

Date of Trial: 19 April 1817
Where Tried: Perth Court Justiciary
Crime: Reset of Theft
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: A good nurse but given to theft

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Elizabeth Robertson

Date of Trial: 23 September 1816
Where Tried: Stirling Court of Justiciary
Crime: Larceny
Sentence: 7 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: Well behaved and industrious)

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WALES

Sarah Chandler

Date of Trial: April 1817
Where Tried: Radnor Great Session
Crime: Forgery and escape from gaol
Sentence: Life
Surgeon’s Remarks: Quiet

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Margaret Jones

Date of Trial: 5 April 1817
Where Tried: Denbighshire Great Session
Crime: Having forged bank notes
Sentence: 14 Years
Surgeon’s Remarks: A very industrious and well-disposed woman (Nurse)

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