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Lincolnshire convicts to Australia, Bermuda and Gibraltar

C. L. Anderson

Lincolnshire convicts to Australia, Bermuda and Gibraltar

a study of two thousand convicts

by C. L. Anderson

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Published by Laece in Lincoln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Penal colonies -- England -- Lincolnshire -- History.,
  • Penal colonies -- Australia -- History.,
  • Penal colonies -- Gibraltar -- History.,
  • Penal colonies -- Bermuda Islands -- History.,
  • Prisoners, Transportation of -- England -- Lincolnshire -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementC. L. Anderson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV8950.A8 A64 1993
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p. :
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15241364M
    ISBN 100950080381
    OCLC/WorldCa29388549

    Australia within the context of the wider flow of convict labour from the British Isles in the per- iod to Using data from a range of sources it attempts to chart and explain fluctuationsAuthor: Hamish Maxwell-Stewart. Convicts to Australia, including UK & Ireland trial records. See also my talk handout 'Convicts: from trial to freedom'.. Convicts. About , convicts were sent to eastern colonies of Australia (mostly to NSW or Tasmania / Van Diemen's Land) plus 9, convicts were sent to Western Australia

    Irish archives are a major source for Australians researching Irish convict ancestors. Not all records from the Chief Secretary’s Office in Dublin Castle survive, however, especially from the period before Penal transportation to Australia, and later to Bermuda and Gibraltar, covered the years until , when the sentence of penal transportation was commuted [ ]. (), Gibraltar assiegee ou divertissement martial; dedie au comandant de la place: etrennes pour la presente annee an almanack with songs and couplets from various vaudevilles, Gibraltar.

    The "NSW Convict Saving Bank Books " and "[VDL Founders and Survivors Convicts ]" records relate to convicts transported to Australia. As such, in the Digital Panopticon website the entries from those records are most likely to directly link to other records of transportation. Lincolnshire Convicts to Australia, Gibraltar and Bermuda: Convict & Victim Searches: Much of the basic information in this database has been taken from the book ‘Lincolnshire Convicts to Australia, Bermuda and Gibraltar: A Study of Convicts’ by CL Anderson.


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Lincolnshire convicts to Australia, Bermuda and Gibraltar by C. L. Anderson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Lincolnshire convicts to Australia, Bermuda and Gibraltar: a study of two thousand convicts. [C L Anderson]. Lincolnshire convicts to Australia, Bermuda and Gibraltar: a study of two thousand convicts. Dunholme, Lincoln: Laece Books, [Q AND *] Contains information on Lincolnshire convicts who came to Western Australia.

Convict shipping and description lists, Western Australia. [F WES]. This list is by no means exhaustive. A search of library catalogues will unearth many more relevant titles. Included here are books which have been recommended by other researchers.

We welcome your suggestions for additions to the Bibliography. Anderson, C.L. Lincolnshire convicts to Australia, Bermuda and Gibraltar: a study of two thousand convicts.

"Lincolnshire Convicts to Australia, Bermuda and Gibraltar: A Study of Convicts" by C. ANDERSON, Dunholme, Lincoln: Laece Books, (ISBN 0 38 1).

"Louth House of Correction " by Bill PAINTER, available from the Lincs FHS, ISBN Top. "Lincolnshire Convicts to Australia, Bermuda and Gibraltar: A Study of Convicts" by C. ANDERSON, Dunholme, Lincoln: Laece Books, (ISBN 0 38 1).

"Louth House of Correction " by Bill PAINTER, available from the Lincs FHS, ISBN The Lincolnshire Archives database of transported convicts has now been expanded to include all convicts known to have been transported to Australia, Bermuda and Gibraltar between (just under ).

Much of the basic information in this database has been taken from the book ‘Lincolnshire Convicts to Australia, Bermuda and Gibraltar: A Study of Convicts’ by C L Anderson.

The database does not include those convicts who were sentenced to transportation but who do not appear to. Some convicts who were initially sent to America were instead were transported to New South Wales. Bermuda and Gibraltar book Lincolnshire Convicts to Australia, Gibraltar and Bermuda: Convict & Victim Searches - Much of the basic information in this database has been taken from the book ‘Lincolnshire Convicts to Australia, Bermuda and Gibraltar: A Study.

It was the beginning of a relationship between Gibraltar and long-term convicts from Britain and elsewhere that would last until Throughout this period Gibraltar, along with Bermuda, was regarded as a penal stage establishment whereby convicts would spend spent one to three years on public works, after which they would be sent on to Australia.

Blaike, George Skeletons From Australia's Strange Past Rigby Limited Adelaide A humour-filled exploration of novel stories from Australia's history. Other. Anderson, C.L.

Lincolnshire convicts to Australia, Bermuda and Gibraltar: a study of two thousand convicts. Dunholme, Lincoln: Laece Books. Gibraltar Vital Records Index: Gibraltar Births and Baptisms,and Gibraltar Marriages, Lincolnshire Convicts to Australia, Gibraltar and Bermuda: Convict & Victim Searches: Much of the basic information in this database has been taken from the book ‘Lincolnshire Convicts to Australia, Bermuda and Gibraltar: A Study of.

Lincolnshire Convicts to Australia, Gibraltar and Bermuda: Convict & Victim Searches: Much of the basic information in this database has been taken from the book ‘Lincolnshire Convicts to Australia, Bermuda and Gibraltar: A Study of Convicts’ by CL Anderson.

Names extracted from the book Contemporary Biographies of Lincolnshire,   Convicts Database. This is a database of Lincolnshire convicts known to have been transported to Australia, Gibraltar and Bermuda between and There are nearly 2, convicts listed with details of their convictions and sentencing.

The database has been compiled from Court Records. Quarter Sessions, Petty Sessions and other legal Records. About this Item: Lincolnshire County Council Recreational Services Department,1st edition. Card covers stapled. ins x ins, 16pp.

Illustrations within the text. Loosely inserted is another title of the same name which contains the names of all those convicts sent from Lincolnshire to Australia between and Records of convicts (including many women convicts) sentenced to transportation to America and other colonies or who had a death sentence commuted to transportation.

Prison hulk records must also be consulted as convicts were held in the hulks prior to transportation. Prisoners were held in prison hulks whilst awaiting transportation which were used until For anyone with a genealogical interest in the convicts that were transported to Australia on the Mary Ann in International Centre for Convict Studies For the study of penal transportation and convict experience within the British Empire from Lincolnshire Convicts Transported to Australia, Gibraltar and Bermuda.

Lincolnshire Convicts to Australia, Gibraltar and Bermuda This site has an online database which details + Lincolnshire convicts known to have been transported between Index to The Last Farewell: Devon Convicts Transported to Australia.

Lincolnshire Convicts Transported Nearly convicts are known to have been transported from Lincolnshire between and to to Australia, Gibraltar and Bermuda. Two books in WFHG Library CON and CONB They are all listed in the Lincolnshire Archives Convicts database.

Irish archives are a major source for Australians researching Irish convict ancestors, despite the fact that not all records from the Chief Secretary’s Office in Dublin Castle survive, especially from the period before Penal transportation to Australia, and later to Bermuda and Gibraltar, covered the years untilwhen the sentence of penal [ ].

The convict ship Merchantman called to Bermuda 10 Oct to pick up convicts to be transferred to Swan River Colony Western Australia. Names of convicts, sentence place and date including a number of court martial’s from Bermuda can be found on Ancestry under Australian Convict Transfer Registers –slides to.

From Januarywhen the First Fleet of convicts arrived at Botany Bay, to the end of convict transportation 80 years later, overconvicts were transported to Australia. Although convicts were transported to the colonies of New South Wales, Tasmania and Western Australia, many convicts ended up in other states or colonies, having been taken there by their assigned masters, or moving.

Collect the Micro Reference Book HO/4: HO Convict prisons at the Special Collections desk in the Mitchell Library. STEP 2. Use the book to find the microfilm reel number that has the Quarterly Returns for the prison or hulk of your convict's confinement.

The list of prisons and hulks is sorted by : Is Info.Helping you trace your family history in Australia and elsewhere Home > About > Books > Handouts > Quick Sheets > Speaking Search.