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If you have found a convict record that is not listed on this website (there is approximately 26,005 of them after all!), you can add a new convict here.

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By contributing you will bring the community a step closer to a goal of 50,000 contributions. We currently have 45,143 contributions.

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Recent Submissions

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of Michael Hogan:

CRIME: see NSW Convict Ship Muster Rolls and Related Records, 1790-1849: 1820 Almorah

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of Hugh Singleton:

CRIME: see NSW Convict Ship Muster Rolls and Related Records, 1790-1849: 1820 Almorah

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of Michael Coulahan:

CRIME: see NSW Convict Ship Muster Rolls and Related Records, 1790-1849: 1820 Almorah

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of John Kenny:

CRIME: see NSW Convict Ship Muster Rolls and Related Records, 1790-1849: 1820 Almorah

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of William Byrne:

CRIME: see NSW Convict Ship Muster Rolls and Related Records, 1790-1849: 1820 Almorah

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of John Geehan:

CRIME: see NSW Convict Ship Muster Rolls and Related Records, 1790-1849: 1820 Almorah

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of William Carty:

CRIME: see NSW Convict Ship Muster Rolls and Related Records, 1790-1849: 1820 Almorah

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of George Harrison:

CRIME: see NSW Convict Ship Muster Rolls and Related Records, 1790-1849: 1820 Almorah

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of John Moran:

CRIME: see NSW Convict Ship Muster Rolls and Related Records, 1790-1849: 1820 Almorah

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of Matthew Moran:

CRIME: see NSW Convict Ship Muster Rolls and Related Records, 1790-1849: 1820 Almorah

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of John Brady:

CRIME: see NSW Convict Ship Muster Rolls and Related Records, 1790-1849: 1820 Almorah

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of Thomas Keegan:

CRIME: see NSW Convict Ship Muster Rolls and Related Records, 1790-1849, 1820 Almorah

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of Patrick Nowlan:

CRIME: see NSW Convict Ship Muster Rolls and Related Records, 1790-1849, 1820 Almorah

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of Andrew Mulligan:

1820, 14 July: Admitted Kilmainham Goal, Dublin; listed as a “Convict from the County Sligo”.

1820, 22 July: From Kilmainham, “sent on board the convict ship” (see Ireland, Prison Registers, 1790-1924, Dublin Kilmainham 1815-1910).

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of James Gilligan:

1820, 14 July: Admitted Kilmainham Goal, Dublin; listed as a “Convict from the County Sligo”.

1820, 22 July: From Kilmainham, “sent on board the convict ship” (see Ireland, Prison Registers, 1790-1924, Dublin Kilmainham 1815-1910).

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of John Mcdonagh:

1820, 14 July: Admitted Kilmainham Goal, Dublin; listed as a “Convict from the County Sligo”.

1820, 22 July: From Kilmainham, “sent on board the convict ship” (see Ireland, Prison Registers, 1790-1924, Dublin Kilmainham 1815-1910).

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of Dominick Healy:

1820, 14 July: Admitted Kilmainham Goal, Dublin; listed as a “Convict from the County Sligo”.

1820, 22 July: From Kilmainham, “sent on board the convict ship” (see Ireland, Prison Registers, 1790-1924, Dublin Kilmainham 1815-1910).

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of John Dyer:

1820, 14 July: Admitted Kilmainham Goal, Dublin; listed as a “Convict from the County Sligo”.

1820, 22 July: From Kilmainham, “sent on board the convict ship” (see Ireland, Prison Registers, 1790-1924, Dublin Kilmainham 1815-1910).

Bryan Pready on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of Margaret Anderson:

Housemaid, single, age: 20, native place:Glasgow
18/7/1854 marriage with Stephen Bones
ToL: 15/8/1854
Cond. Pardon: 20/5/1856
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Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of Patrick Conlan:

Error in jail admission details; should read:
1820, 14 July: Admitted Kilmainham Goal, Dublin; prisoner 5427; listed as a “Convict from the County Sligo”.

1820, 22 July: From Kilmainham, “sent on board the convict ship” (see Ireland, Prison Registers, 1790-1924, Dublin Kilmainham 1815-1910).

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of George Mackin:

OCCUPATION: Stock keeper (see Irish Convicts to New South Wales 1788-1849, by Peter Mayberry).

1820, 12 July: Admitted Kilmainham Goal, Dublin; listed as a “Convict from the County Meath”.

1820, 22 July: From Kilmainham, “sent on board the convict ship” (see Ireland, Prison Registers, 1790-1924, Dublin Kilmainham 1815-1910).

Bryan Pready on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of Jean Anderson:

Housemaid, single, age:19, native place: Edinburgh
ToL: 26/12/1854
Cond. Pardon: 22/7/1856
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Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of Patrick Smith:

1820, 12 July: Admitted Kilmainham Goal, Dublin; listed as a “Convict from the County Meath”.

1820, 22 July: From Kilmainham, “sent on board the convict ship” (see Ireland, Prison Registers, 1790-1924, Dublin Kilmainham 1815-1910).

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of Robert Swift:

1820, 12 July: Admitted Kilmainham Goal, Dublin; listed as a “Convict from the County Meath”.

1820, 22 July: From Kilmainham, “sent on board the convict ship” (see Ireland, Prison Registers, 1790-1924, Dublin Kilmainham 1815-1910).

Dianne Jones on 2nd July, 2020 wrote of James Newman:

OCCUPATION: Given as a “sportsman” on Irish Convicts to New South Wales 1788-1849, by Peter Mayberry. Has to be one of the rarest jobs among the convict population.

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