BYRNE see also BURN; BURNE; BURNES; BURNS; BYRNES

THE FIRST BYRNES OF AUSTRALIA

 

As recorded in State Records of New South Wales

Colonial Secretary's Papers, 1788-1825

 

http://www.records.nsw.gov.au/indexes/colsec/default.htm

 

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Sydney founded

A fleet of eleven ships sailed into Botany Bay on the eastern coast of Australia between 18 and 20 January 1788. Most of the 1,030 people on board were convicts - 548 men and 188 women who had been sentenced to transportation for various crimes committed in Britain. The British government had thought that it was undesirable and expensive to keep these people in British prisons, and in any case, it could find nowhere else to send them. Criminals previously sentenced to transportation had been sent to American colonies, but those colonies had broken away in the American Revolution.

The convicts were therefore sent to Botany Bay, which was as far away from Britain as possible to sail. They were guarded by a detachment of marines, consisting of 211 officers and men. There was also a chaplain, a surveyor-general, a judge-advocate and several naval surgeons. There were twenty-seven wives of marines and civil officers, and thirty-seven children. The expedition was under the command of Captain Arthur Phillip, R.N., who had been appointed governor of New South Wales. The naval officers of the first fleet that arrived in January 1788 were not impressed with Botany Bay as an anchorage, nor with the potential of the land around it, and they decided to look elsewhere. Captain Phillip sailed northwards along the coast and found the entrance to Port Jackson. He then established a settlement at Sydney Cove, six miles inside the harbour. The move from Botany Bay was completed by 26 January 1788.

Captain Collins, judge-advocate, was the first person to start keeping the what would become the State records.

Governor Phillip addressed the convicts on On 3 February 1788 as follows:

The convicts were order’d to sit down, and the Governor made an harangue to them, telling them he had try’d them hitherto to see how they were disposed, that he was thoroughly convinced they were many of them incorrigable, and that he was convinced nothing but severity w’d have any effect upon them to induce them to behave properly. He also assur’d them if they attempted by night to get into the women’s tents there were positive orders for the centry to fire upon them; that they had been very idle, wandering ab’t the country, and not more than 200 out of 600 convicts were at work; that the industrious sh’d not labour for the idle; if they did not work they sh’d not eat; that in England if thieving poultry was to be punish’d w’h death in consequence of their being so easily supply’d, but here a fowl was of the utmost consequence to the settlement, as well as every other species of stock, as they were reserved for breed, therefore stealing the most trifling article of stock or provissions sh’d be punish’d with death; that however such severity might militate against his humanity and feelings, yet justice demanded such rigid execution of the laws, and they might implicitly rely upon justice taking place. Their labour w’d not be equal to that a husbandman in England endures who has a wife and family to provide for; they w’d never be work’d beyond their abilities, but everyone sh’d contribute his share in order to render himself and the community at large happy and comfortable; as soon as the nature of the settlement w’d admit of, that they sh’d be employ’d erecting houses for the different officers, the soldiers, and afterwards for themselves. After this harangue they were dismiss’d in the same form in which they were assembl’d. The Governor had a cold collation under a large tent, to which the general officers were invited.

For most of the convict woman, life was uncertain and brutish. Marriage, legal or de facto, was a necessity for physical protection from the hundreds of convicts, soldiers and seamen, as well as a means of ensuring them a regular supply of food. There was little clothing in the government store and only the barest of protection from the weather during the winter of 1788. As most of the woman were illiterate, they left no record of their misfortunes and injustices. But one of them managed to smuggle a letter back home. This letter read:

I take the first opportunity that has been given us to acquaint you with our disconsolate situation in this solitary waste of the creation. Our passage, you may have heard by the first ships, was tolerably favourable; but the inconveniences since suffered for want of shelter, bedding, & c., are not to be imagined by any stranger. However, we have now two streets, if four rows of the most miserable huts you can possibly conceive of deserve that name. Windows they have none, as from the Governor’s house, & c., now nearly finished, no glass could be spared; so that lattices of twigs are made by our people to supply their places. At the extremity of the lines, where since our arrival the dead are buried, there is a place called the church-yard; but we hear, as soon as a sufficient quantity of bricks can be made, a church is to be built, and named St. Philip, after the Governor. Notwithstanding all our presents, the savages still continue to do us all the injury they can, which makes the soldiers’ duty very hard, and much dissatisfaction among the officers. I know not how many of our people have been killed. As for the distresses of the women, they are past description, as they are deprived of tea and other things they were indulged in in the voyage by the seamen, and as they are totally unprovided with clothes, those who have young children are quite wretched. Beside this, though a number of marriages have taken place, several women, who have became pregnant on the voyage, and are since left by their partners, who have returned to England, are not likely even here to form any fresh connections. We are comforted with the hopes of a supply of tea from China, and flattered with getting riches when the settlement is complete, and the hemp which the place produces is brought to perfection. Our kingaroo rats are like mutton, but much leaner; and there is a kind of chickweed so much in taste like our spinach that no difference can be discerned. Something like ground ivy is used for tea; but a scarcity of salt and sugar makes our best meals insipid. The separation of several of us to an uninhabited island was like a second transportation. In short, every one is so taken up with their own misfortunes that they no pity to bestow upon others. All our letters are examined by an officer, but a friend takes this for me privately. The ships sail tomorrow.

The discovery of the Nepean River

The discovery of the Nepean River in 1789 by Captain Tench was of great significance in the agricultural history of New South Wales, because the alluvial flats surrounding it proved to be very fertile and productive. The Nepean River flowed along the foothills of the Blue Mountains, commonly called by that name from the early days of settlement, and its connexion with the Hawkesbury River was not known until some time later. Captain Tench describes his expedition as follows:

On the 26th instant, accompanied by Mr. Arndell, assistant surgeon of the settlement, Mr. Lowes, surgeon’s mat of the Sirius, two marines, and a convict, I left the redoubt at day-break, pointing our march to a hill, distant five miles, in a westerly or inland direction, which commands a view of the great chain of mountains, called Carmarthen-hills [now known as the Blue Mountains], extending from north to south farther than the eye can reach. Here we paused, surveying "the wild abyss; pondering our voyage." Before us lay the trackless immeasurable desert, in awful silence. At length, after consultation, we determined to steer west and by north, by compass, the make of the land in that quarter indicating the existence of a river. We continued to march all day through a country untrodden before by an European foot. Save that a melancholy crow now and then flew croaking over head, or a kangaroo was seen toss bound at a distance, the picture of solitude was complete and undisturbed. At four o’clock in the afternoon we halted near a small pond of water, where we took up our residence for the night, lighted a fire, and prepared to cook our supper: - that was, to broil over a couple of ramrods a few slices of salt pork, and a crow which we had shot. At daylight we renewed our peregrination; and in hour after we found ourselves on the banks of a river, nearly as broad as the Thames at Putney, and apparently of great depth, the current running very slowly in a northerly direction.

To this river the governor gave the name of Nepean. The distance of the part of the river which we first hit upon from the sea coast, is about 39 miles, in a direct line, almost due west.

 

Historical background to the Colonial Secretary

Ten different men served as Secretary to the Governor, or to the colony, or 'to Government', in the 22 years before Governor Macquarie arrived, with an average tenure of office of less than two years, allowing for vacancies. The arrangements were not conducive to good record-keeping.

The arrival of Governor Macquarie at the end of 1809 brought to the office of Secretary to the Governor probably the ablest and most experienced man who had yet filled it, one who was to hold it for the longest period, and who, as its last occupant under the old style, was to be the link between the older casual system of court appointments and the new method of permanent appointment by commission from the Crown. In his 11 years of office, the methodical John Thomas Campbell greatly improved the situation in respect of the public records of the colony, and the greater part of the surviving records date from this period.

Generally, a new order and regularity was established in the performance of the public business during the 12 years

As a penal colony the ratio of the sexes was two to one male to female. Governor Macquarie issued a proclamation for people cohabiting to marry, and also advised his superiors to cease sending women to the Colony. A Select Committee was appointed to report on Transportation, and in its consideration of the best interests and growth prospects of the colony it disagreed with Macquarie. It's report on conditions is as follow (p. 12 P.P. 1812, II, 341):

In the distribution of female convicts great abuses have formerly prevailed; they were indiscriminately given to such of the inhabitants as demanded them, and were in general received rather as prostitutes than as servants; and so far from being iinduced to reform themselves, the disgraceful manner in which they were disposed of, operated as an encouragement to general depravity of manners. Upon the arrival of Governor Bligh, two-thirds of the children annually born within the Colony were illegitiamte. Marriages have latterly become more frequent, consequently prostitution is stated to have been less prevalent; and Governor Macquarie is directing his endeavours, under order from the Government here, "to keep the female convicts separate till they can properly be distributed among the inhabitants, in such a manner as they may best dervie the advantages of industry and good chararcter." He further states in his dispatch, dated April 30, 1810, that the situation in the Colony requires that as many male convicts as possible should be sent thither, the prospertity of the country depending on their numbers; whilst, on the contrary, female convits are as a great a drawback as the others are beneficial. To this observation Your Committee feel they cannot accede: they are aware that the women sent out are of the most abandoned description, and that in many instances they are likely to whet and encourage the vices of the men, whilst but a small proportion of them will make any step towards reformation; but yet, with all their vices, such women as these were the mothers of a great part of the inhabitants now existing in the Colony, and from this stock only can a reasonable hope be held out of a rapid increase to the population; upon whih increase, here as in all infant colones, its growing prosperity in great measure depends. Let it be remembered too, how much misery and vice are likely to prevail in a society in which women bear no proportion to the men; in the Colony at present, the number of men compared to that of women is as 2 to 1; to this, in great mesure, the prevalence of prostitution is reasonably to be attributed; but increase that proportion, and the temptation to abandoned vices will also be increased, and the hopes of establishing feelings of decency and morality amongst the lower classes will be still farther removed.

 

BYRNE see also BURN; BURNE; BURNES; BURNS; BYRNES

BURN. May be more than one person

1807 Oct 15; 1808 Apr 18

On statement of capital advanced by John Blaxland in his concerns from 3 Apr 1807 to 14 Sep 1808; shoemaker's account and for sawn timber (Reel 6043; 4/1727 pp.203, 208)

BURN, Mrs

c.1824

On list of persons in Van Diemen's Land recommended for grants of land in extension or addition to first grants (Reel 6017; 4/5782 p.19)

BURN, Bernard. Per "Minerva", 1800

1810

Petition for mitigation of sentence (Fiche 3163; 4/1846 p.37)

1811 Oct 11-1812 May 29

Juror at inquests on John James Grant, Mary Murphy and John Thompson held at Sydney (Reel 6021, 4/1819 pp.243, 483; Reel 6043, 4/1726 p.272)

n.d.

On list of convicts who have received absolute pardons [Feb 1812] (Fiche 3292; 4/6974.1 p.78)

1813 Aug 7

Of Pitt Street. On list of persons holding licences for sale of wine and spirituous liquors (Reel 6038; SZ758 pp.405-7)

BURN, Bridget. Per "Francis and Eliza", 1815

1815 Aug 14

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Francis and Eliza" and sent to the Government Factory at Parramatta (Reel 6004; 4/3494 p.139)

BURN, Catherine (Per "Experiment", 1809) see PICKERING, Catherine

BURN, David

1823 Sep 16

Cited as former land owner in Larken v Cavenagh dispute over land (Reel 6056; 4/1765 p.166)

BURN, Elizabeth

1822 Nov 29, Dec 3

Re permission to marry at Castlereagh (Reel 6010; 4/3507 p.14)

BURN, James

n.d.

In index to land grants in Van Diemen's Land (Fiche 3262; 4/438 p.7)

1816

On list of persons who have had lands measured in Van Diemen's Land but have not received their grants (Reel 6048; 4/1742 p.296)

1822

On list of persons owing quit rents in Van Diemen's Land; for land in the District of Glenarchy (Fiche 3270; X19 p.4)

BURN, James

1814 Mar 2

Juror at inquest on William Reardon held at Castlereagh (Reel 6021; 4/1819 pp.539, 545)

BURN, James. Government artificer

1815 Jul 18

On list of convicts to embark on "Emu" for the Derwent (Reel 6004; 4/3494 p.126)

BURN, James. Of Nepean

1818 Nov 9

Recommending Joseph Martin for mitigation of sentence (Fiche 3187; 4/1855 pp.177-177a)

BURN, James

1820 Mar 25

Received payment at Sydney for meat and grain delivered into the Commissariat Stores at Liverpool (Reel 6049; 4/1744 p.384 & 4/1745 p.34)

BURN, James. Per "Chapman", 1817; two convicts of this name by this ship

1817 Aug 2

To be witness at enquiry into treatment of convicts on "Chapman" (Reel 6046; 4/1738 p.15)

1817 Aug 25

Evidence given at Committee of Enquiry into conduct on board convict ship "Chapman" (Reel 6020; 9/2639 pp.77-83)

1819 May 3,4

Re permission to marry at Sydney (Reel 6006; 4/3500 p.100)

1822

Had a stable and stonehouse at the Cowpastures and a kitchen and granary at Rooty Hill. Petition for mitigation of sentence (Fiche 3213; 4/1864 pp.49-49a)

1823 Nov 21, Dec 29

On list of persons in Van Diemen's Land claiming expiration of sentence with details from the indents; listed as Burne (Reel 6012; 4/3510 pp.74-5)

BURN, Jane. Per "John Bull", 1821

1825 Jan 4

Re permission to marry at Windsor (Reel 6014; 4/3513 p.211)

BURN, John

1800 Mar 12

On list of all grants and leases of land registered in the Colonial Secretary's Office (Fiche 3267; 9/2731 p.112)

BURN, John

1801 Jan 6

Petition re losses by settlers on the South Creek, Hawkesbury (Reel 6020; 2/8130 pp.363-6)

BURN, John. Ticket of leave man

1821 Feb 17

Evidence at inquest on James Wood (Reel 6021; 4/1819 p.741)

BURN, John. Labourer in Government employ

1821 Apr 30

Evidence at inquest on Seawell (Reel 6021; 4/1819 p.633)

BURN, John. Per "Hindostan", 1821

1821 Nov 29

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Hindostan" and forwarded to Parramatta for distribution (Reel 6008; 4/3504A p.102)

BURN, Mary (Per "Sydney Cove", 1807) see BENDALL, Mary

BURN, Michael

1811 Oct 31

Juror at inquest on William Howarth held at Sydney (Reel 6043; 4/1726 p.291)

BURN, Patrick

1811 Mar 2

Purchased goods at an auction by John Howe at Windsor; sold for William Cox and Revd Cartwright (Reel 6040; ML C197 p.23)

BURN, Patrick

1822

Servant of Mr Austin. His relative, Frances Stanton, a widow, seeking his release and assistance (Fiche 3227; 4/1867 p.103)

BURN, Sarah

1813 Jul 1

Subscribed to fund for building a court house at Sydney (Reel 6043; 4/1728 p.136)

BURN, Simon

1792 Feb 22

On list of all grants and leases of land registered in the Colonial Secretary's Office (Fiche 3267; 9/2731 p.6)

BURN, Thomas

1813 Jul 1

Subscribed to fund for building a court house at Sydney (Reel 6043; 4/1728 p.135)

BURN, Thomas

1821 Sep 8

Quarryman. On list of all persons victualled from H.M. Magazines (Reel 6016; 4/5781 p.119)

BURN, Thomas

1823 Jan, Apr

His Government servants, Thomas Ryan & Thomas Johnson, detained for trial at Campbelltown & victualled by Thomas Burke, District Constable (Reel 6058; 4/1769 pp.155b, 156a)

BURN, Thomas (Per "Francis and Eliza", 1815) see BEIRNE, Thomas

BURN, William

1797 Aug 3

On list of all grants and leases of town allotments registered in the Colonial Secretary's Office (Fiche 3268; 9/2731 p.196)

BURN, William. Per "Earl St Vincent"

1824 Oct

Employed by Mr Cordeaux (Fiche 3125; 4/1841A No.160 p.35)

BURN, William. Per "Indefatigable", 1815

1820 Nov 20

Petition for mitigation of sentence (Fiche 3205; 4/1861 pp.84-84a)

BURNE see also BURN; BURNES; BURNS; BYRNE; BYRNES

BURNE

1817 Sep 11

Re transmission by Mileham of examination taken by the magistrates at Windsor re attempt to kill Burne (Reel 6046; 4/1738 pp.280-1)

BURNE, David. Per "Friendship", 1800

1810 Jan 10

On list of sworn constables for the Town of Parramatta for the Governor's approval (Reel 6042; 9/2736 p.8)

1810 Feb 13

Petition for mitigation of sentence; as Burnes (Fiche 3163; 4/1846 p.36)

1812 Oct 19

Petition for mitigation of sentence (Fiche 3169; 4/1848 pp.74-5)

1820 Jun 1

Of Parramatta. Memorial (Fiche 3015; 4/1823 No.100 p.225)

BURNE, E

1820 Nov 24; 1821 May 24

Store receipts of for fresh meat paid at Windsor (Reel 6051; 4/1748 pp.138, 179)

BURNE, James

1814 Feb 5

Paid from the Police Fund for his services as a guide to the party who crossed the Western Mountains (Reel 6038; SZ758 p.456)

1814 Apr 30

Paid from Police Fund for services in making discoveries west of the Blue Mountains (Reel 6038; SZ758 p.489)

1814 Dec 12

Of Nepean. On list of persons who are to receive grants of land in Dec 1814; for crossing the Blue Mountains (Fiche 3266; 9/2652 p.20)

BURNE, James. Per "Agamemnon", 1820

1825 Aug 1,12

Re permission to marry in the Roman Catholic Church (Reel 6064, 4/1787 p.65; Reel 6015, 4/3515 p.96)

BURNE, John

1817 Jul

On monthly return of prisoners punished at Newcastle (Reel 6023; 4/1718 p.55)

BURNE, Mary (Per "Sydney Cove", 1807) see BENDALL, Mary

BURNE, Michael

1806

Seeking lease of the Government saltpans (Reel 6041; 4/1720 pp.37-8)

1806 Jan 12

Receipt for articles at Government saltpans on taking over lease (Reel 6041; 4/1720 p.42)

1806 Jan 14

Indenture for lease of Government saltpans (Reel 6041; 4/1720 pp.40-1)

1806 May 14

Sub-let Government Salt Pans to M Savage and four others (Reel 6041; 4/1720 pp.44-5)

BURNE, Michael

1823 Mar 1

To take charge of Robert Townson's grazing run (Reel 6010; 4/3507 p.379)

BURNE, Michael

1823 Apr 14-May 8

Felix Hare convicted by Court of Criminal Jurisdiction of assault on Burne (Reel 6023; X820 p.93)

1823 Jun 30

Burns was assaulted by Felix Hare (Fiche 3232; 4/1869 p.81)

BURNE, Patrick

1806 Mar 20, Apr 4

Received issue of beer (Reel 6041; 4/1719 pp.214-5)

BURNE, Patrick

1809 Apr

Produce received from at the Hawkesbury Stores (Reel 6040; 9/2673 p.33)

BURNE, Thomas

1813 Jul 24

On list of persons indebted for stock issued from the Government Herds between 1 Apr 1810 and 24 Jul 1813; deceased (Reel 6043; 4/1728 p.156)

1822 Apr 15, May

On list of persons indebted to the Crown for livestock issued from the Government Herds and Flocks (Reel 6052; 4/1753 pp.117, 120)

BURNE, Thomas

1821 Sep 8

Brass founder. On list of all persons victualled from H.M. Magazines (Reel 6016; 4/5781 p.88)

BURNE, Thomas. Constable

1821 Sep 8

Constable. On list of all persons victualled from H.M. Magazines; with wife. Listed as Burnes (Reel 6016; 4/5781 p.61)

1823 Mar

On list of constables in Sydney from Sep 1820 to Mar 1823; died 19 Jun 1822 (Reel 6056; 4/1764 p.64)

BURNE, Thomas. Per "Morley", 1817

1817 Apr 18

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Morley" and forwarded to Parramatta for distribution; listed as Burnes (Reel 6005; 4/3496 p.116)

1819 Jan 19

On list of prisoners sent to Newcastle per "Lady Nelson" (Reel 6006; 4/3499 p.272)

BURNE, William

1821 Sep 8

Employed at the New Lumber Yard. On list of all persons victualled from H.M. Magazines (Reel 6016; 4/5781 p.94)

BURNELL, Francis

1797 Jun 1

On list of all grants and leases of land registered in the Colonial Secretary's Office (Fiche 3267; 9/2731 p.90)

BURNES see also BURN; BURNE; BURNS; BYRNE; BYRNES

BURNES, Elizabeth see BURNS, Jacobina

BURNES, George. Per "Pilot", 1817

1817 Aug 11

On list of prisoners embarked per "Elizabeth Henrietta" for Hobart (Reel 6005; 4/3496 pp.295-6)

BURNES, James. Private, 48th Regiment

1823 Nov 18

Requesting reward for apprehending runaways (Reel 6067; 4/1809 p.114). Reply, 11 Dec (Reel 6011; 4/3509 p.693)

BURNES, James

1825 Jun 28

Government servant transferred from in the District of Evan (Reel 6064; 4/1787 p.47b)

BURNES, Michael. Per "Agamemnon", 1820

1822 Dec 23

On list of prisoners assigned (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.9)

BURNES, Michael. Per "Surrey"

1822 May 22

On list of prisoners assigned (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.6)

BURNES, Richard. Of District of Airds

1822 Aug 2

On list of persons receiving an assigned convict (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.72)

BURNES, Thomas. Per "Almorah"

1822 Apr 6

On return of convicts discharged from the Establishment, Emu Plains; to Sir J Jamison (Reel 6028; 2/8283 p.113)

BURNES, Thomas. Per "Daphne", 1819

1819 Sep 28

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Daphne" and forwarded to Windsor; for the Windsor road. Listed as Byrnes (Reel 6006; 4/3500 p.275)

1821 Aug 22

On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per "Mermaid" (Reel 6008; 4/3504 p.255)

1825 Jun 24

Sentenced to death. On return of prisoners tried before the Supreme Court of New South Wales (Fiche 3298; X727 p.10)

1825 Jun 25

Convicted for wilfully shooting at William Ikin on the Liverpool Road; sentenced to death. On return of prisoners tried and sentenced by the Supreme Court (Fiche 3298; X730 p.9)

1825 Jul 13

On list of convicts transported to Port Macquarie per "Elizabeth Henrietta"; crossed out (Reel 6019; 4/3864 pp.524-5)

BURNES, William. Per "Countess of Harcourt", 1824

1824 Jul 17

On list of convicts landed from the "Countess of Harcourt" and forwarded to Windsor for distribution (Reel 6013; 4/3511 p.653)

1825 Mar 29

On list of convicts transported to Port Macquarie per "Sally" (Reel 6019; 4/3864 pp.506-7)

BYRNE

1815 Nov 4; 1816 May 11

Paid from the Police Fund for mason's work at Sydney Gaol (Reel 6038; SZ759 pp.153, 199)

BYRNE

1817 Apr

On list of fees paid to the Clerk of the Peace, 1 Jan 1817 to 1 Jan 1819; in case of King v Hart and ors (Reel 6054; 4/1758 p.65)

BYRNE. Master of Sydney Roman Catholic School

1825

On abstract of returns submitted to the King's Visitor (Fiche 3306; 4/1913.4A pp.44-5)

BYRNE, Aaron. Free settler

1808 Jul 19

On list of all grants and leases of land registered in the Colonial Secretary's Office (Fiche 3268; 9/2731 p.166)

1810 Jan 30

Memorial (Fiche 3002; 4/1821 No.47)

BYRNE, Andrew

1821 Sep 8

Gaol Gang. On list of all persons victualled from H.M. Magazines (Reel 6016; 4/5781 p.91)

BYRNE, Andrew. Per "Countess of Harcourt", 1822

1822 Dec 26

On list of convicts landed from the "Countess of Harcourt" and forwarded to Parramatta for distribution (Reel 6010; 4/3507 p.116)

BYRNE, Andrew. Per "Minerva", 1800

1808 Sep 14

On statement of capital advanced by John Blaxland in his concerns from 3 Apr 1807 to 14 Sep 1808; wages paid to him and his wife (Reel 6043; 4/1727 p.214)

1809 Sep 6

On list of all grants and leases of land registered in the Colonial Secretary's Office (Fiche 3268; 9/2731 p.186)

1810 Jan

Of Sea View, Botany Bay. Re renewal of grant (Fiche 3002, 4/1821 No.48; Fiche 3163, 4/1846 p.35)

n.d.

On list of convicts who have received absolute pardons [Jan 1811] (Fiche 3292; 4/6974.1 p.78)

1811 May 22

For permission to purchase spirits from Bonded Stores (Reel 6043; 4/1726 p.227)

1813 Mar 19

Settler at Botany Bay (Reel 6043; 4/1728 p.31)

1814 Jun 13

Of Botany Bay. On list of settlers to receive cattle (Reel 6044; 4/1730 p.154b)

1814 Jun 30

On list of persons to receive grants of land in 1814; at Botany Bay (Fiche 3266; 9/2652 p.16)

1814 Jul 2

On returns of horned cattle issued from the Government Herds between 8 May 1814 and 9 Jan 1819 (Reel 6048; 4/1742 pp.29, 42)

1817 Feb 3, Sep 17

Juror at inquests on John Rogers and Hugh Wood held at Sydney (Reel 6021; 4/1819 pp.607, 733)

1817 Nov 22

Paid from the Police Fund for firewood supplied watchhouses in Sydney (Reel 6038; SZ759 p.411)

1819 Feb 20-Aug 24

Paid from the Police Fund for lime for Government use (Reel 6038; SZ1044 pp.10, 55, 56, 86)

1819 Apr 30

On return of persons indebted to Government for cattle issued from the Government Herds, to be paid for in kind (Reel 6048; 4/1742 p.258)

1820 Mar 27, May 5

Originals and copies of Store receipts for wheat paid at Bathurst and found to be forgeries (Reel 6049; 4/1745 pp.49-50, 55, 340-6, 359)

1820 Sep 22

Juror at inquest on George Heading held at Annandale farm (Reel 6021; 4/1819 p.297)

1821 May 24

Store receipts of for fresh meat (Reel 6051; 4/1748 p.172)

1821 Sep 17

Assignment of a house and premises in Bent Street, Sydney (Fiche 3309; 4/7186.1 pp.11-4)

1822 Jan 23

Landholder at Appin. Application for clearing party (Reel 6022; 4/7014 p.73)

1822 Feb 11

Of Appin. Memorial (Fiche 3057; 4/1833 No.5). Reply, 19 Feb (Reel 6008; 4/3504A p.458)

1822 Feb 13-1824 Dec 13

On list of persons receiving an assigned convict (Fiche 3290, 4/4570D pp.5, 12, 20, 27, 29, 46, 64, 75, 86; Fiche 3291, 4/4570D pp.104, 132)

1822 Mar 12

Requesting a clearing gang for his farm at Appin (Reel 6055; 4/1760 p.196)

1822 Mar 16

Re return of wheat due from settlers who have received clearing gangs (Reel 6022; 4/7014 pp.3, 5, 11)

1822 Mar 22

Letter explaining new regulations for the rationing of men employed clearing land; had authority to select twenty-two convicts to clear 100 acres on his farm at Appin (Reel 6009; 4/3505 pp.64-5)

1822 Mar 29

Re estimate of labour performed by clearing gangs (Reel 6022; 4/7014 p.9)

1822 Aug 29

Re notoriety of clearing gang under his employ (Reel 6054; 4/1758 p.39a)

1822 Nov 12

Re Richard Sullivan, a member of his clearing gang (Reel 6009; 4/3506 p.439)

1822 Dec 14

Fined for allowing his convict servant to be at large (Reel 6056; 4/1763 p.57)

1822 Dec 17

Agreement with Richard Archbold (Reel 6056; 4/1763 p.71)

1823

On list of landowners and details of land cleared by clearing gangs (Reel 6022; 4/7014 p.13)

1823

On list of landowners owing money for clearing parties (Reel 6022; 4/7014 p.21)

1823 Jan 1

Two constables escorting six runaways from Sydney belonging to Byrne's clearing party victualled by William Mahony, District Constable, Appin (Reel 6058; 4/1769 p.152)

1823 Jan 18

Re misappropriation of services of Richard Sullivan by Mr Ikin (Reel 6010; 4/3507 p.218)

1823 Feb 24

To Bench of Magistrates, Campbelltown, forwarding bond for execution (Reel 6010; 4/3507 p.370)

1823 Mar 18

Clearing gang under Daniel Johnson despatched by Byrne (Reel 6022; 4/7014 p.111)

1823 May 1, Oct 21

Memorial (Fiche 3061; 4/1834A No.50 pp.295-302). Reply, 25 Mar 1824 (Reel 6012; 4/3510 pp.580-1)

1823 May 25

On list of clearing gang bonds delivered to William Wemyss (Reel 6022; 4/7014 p.322)

1823 Jun 21

Re bonds for work performed by clearing parties (Reel 6058; 4/1769 p.162)

1823 Jun 24

Re account of land cleared by clearing gangs on estate of (Reel 6022; 4/7014 p.267)

1823 Sep 22-Oct 15

George Browning and Thomas Hughes convicted by the Court of Criminal Jurisdiction of stealing goods from (Reel 6023; X820 p.103)

1823 Oct 16

Security for a bond for cattle still due on 16 Oct 1823 (Reel 6057; 4/1766 p.146b)

1824 Feb

Convict returned to Government by in District of Appin (Reel 6028; 2/8283 p.53)

1824 Feb 4

Denis O'Brien permitted temporary occupation of land bounded by Byrne's ticket of occupation at Bulls-eye (Reel 6012; 4/3510 p.283)

1824 Feb 12

Occupied Little Bulleye near Coal Cliff as a grazing run (Fiche 3089; 4/1837A p.439)

1824 Mar 20, Aug 23, Sep 17

Memorial for Sydney allotment and for land at Port Aiken (Fiche 3081; 4/1836B No.150 pp.693-8)

1824 c.Apr

On list of defaulters in payment for assigned convict mechanics for the quarters ending 31 Dec 1823 and 31 Mar 1824 (Reel 6061; 4/1778 p.265b)

1824 May 31

On return of fines imposed by the Court at Appin for violating the Colonial regulations; for slaughtering cattle without a licence (Reel 6023; 4/6671 p.1)

1824 c.Jul

Of O'Connell Street. On account of rents received for assigned convict tradesmen for the three quarters ending 30 Jun 1824 (Reel 6061; 4/1779 p.173a)

1824 Oct 4

On return of grain in the possession of settlers in the District of Appin (Reel 6061; 4/1780 p.301a)

1824 Nov 20

Application for five Government labourers for the clearing of his land (Reel 6062; 4/1781 pp.345-345a)

1824 Dec 6

Convicts assigned to in the District of Appin (Reel 6028; 2/8283 p.75)

1825

Re land and premises in O'Connell Street, Sydney (Fiche 3311; 4/7082)

1825 Mar 22

On list of persons who have received orders for grants of land (Fiche 3266; 9/2652 p.84); on list of lands granted and reserved by Sir Thomas Brisbane (Fiche 3269; 9/2740 p.3)

1825 May 3,17

On lists of persons who have received warrants for the purchase of Crown lands (Fiche 3266, 9/2652 p.111; Fiche 3260, 2/1925 p.3)

BYRNE, Ann. Per "Experiment"

1816 May 6

Re permission to marry at Windsor (Reel 6004; 4/3494 p.478)

BYRNE, Ann (Per "Francis and Eliza", 1815) see DUFFY, Ann

BYRNE, Ann. Per "Francis and Eliza", 1815; wife of James Watson of Richmond

1823 Aug 10

Son, William Carolin, arrived in Colony per "Recovery", 1823 (Reel 6059; 4/1772 p.73)

 

BYRNE, Anthony

1824 Nov 18

On return of fines and punishments in the Police Office (Reel 6023; 4/6671 p.100)

BYRNE, Anthony. Per "Medina", 1823

1825 Dec 12

Ran from a gang at Carter's Barracks on 11 Dec (Reel 6063; 4/1784 p.200c)

BYRNE, Bryan. Per "Rolla", 1803

1820 Jun 1

Memorial (Fiche 3015; 4/1823 p.111)

BYRNE, Catherine. Of Castlereagh Street

1823 Mar 31-Sep 30

On lists of persons to whom convict mechanics have been assigned (Fiche 3296; X53 pp.56, 71)

1824 c.Apr, Oct 8

On lists of defaulters in payment for assigned convict mechanics (Reel 6061, 4/1778 p.265b; Fiche 3293, 5/3821.1 p.1)

BYRNE, Catherine (Per "Broxbornebury", 1814) see SMITH, Catherine

BYRNE, Catherine. Per "Francis and Eliza", 1815

1815 Aug 14

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Francis and Eliza" and sent to the Government Factory at Parramatta; listed as Burns (Reel 6004; 4/3494 p.139)

1817 Feb 20

Applying for publication of banns for marriage to Edward Mosely (Reel 6005; 4/3496 p.6)

BYRNE, Catherine. Per "Providence", 1822

1811 Aug 1

At Parramatta Factory. Request by R Fitz for permission to take Byrne off the Store for a trial period (Reel 6043; 4/1726 pp.232-3). Reply, 6 Aug (Reel 6002; 4/3491 p.49)

BYRNE, Daniel. Per "Daphne", 1819

1819 Sep 28

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Daphne" and forwarded to Windsor; for the Windsor Road (Reel 6006; 4/3500 p.275)

BYRNE, Daniel. Per "Medina", 1823

1824 Jan 9

On list of prisoners assigned (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.12)

1824 Jun 5

Servant of Mr J G Smith of Windsor. Permitted to pass with cattle from Windsor to Mr Smith's farm in the County of Durham (Reel 6013; 4/3511 p.397)

1825 Jul 6

In Sydney Gaol sentenced to three years transportation. Requesting that he be sent to join his father in Hobart (Reel 6064; 4/1787 p.15). Reply, 18 Jul (Reel 6015; 4/3515 p.36)

1825 Jul 13

On list of convicts transported to Port Macquarie per "Elizabeth Henrietta" (Reel 6019; 4/3864 pp.530-1)

BYRNE, Darby. Per "Ann and Amelia", 1825

1825 Jan 5

On list of convicts landed from the "Ann and Amelia" and forwarded to Appin for distribution (Reel 6014; 4/3513 p.199)

BYRNE, Denis. Per "Countess of Harcourt", 1822

1822 Dec 26

On list of convicts landed from the "Countess of Harcourt" and forwarded to Airds for distribution (Reel 6010; 4/3507 p.117)

BYRNE, Dennis (Per "Recovery", 1823) see FLYNN, Dennis

BYRNE, Edward. Born in the Colony

1823 May 27

To take charge of the grazing run of William Lees at Cobberty, sixty miles from Bathurst (Reel 6010; 4/3508 p.398)

BYRNE, Edward. Per "Earl St Vincent", 1818

1818 Dec 21

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Earl St Vincent" and forwarded to Windsor for distribution (Reel 6006; 4/3499 p.221)

BYRNE, Hugh. Per "Tellicherry", 1806

1805 Aug 17

On list of convicts embarked on board the "Tellicherry" (Reel 6028; 2/8283 p.35)

BYRNE, Hugh. Per "Tellicherry", 1806

1805 Aug 17

On list of convicts embarked on board the "Tellicherry" (Reel 6028; 2/8283 p.37)

1806 Feb 22

King to Marsden re transportation of Byrne and his four companions without conviction; and their status in the Colony (Fiche 3289; 5/3822.2A pp.1-3)

1809 May

On list of all grants and leases of land registered in the Colonial Secretary's Office (Fiche 3268; 9/2731 p.176)

1810 Jan 22

Memorial (Fiche 3002; 4/1821 No.45)

1811 Jun 12

On list of persons to receive grants of land in different parts of the Colony as soon as they can be measured; at Airds (Fiche 3266; 9/2652 p.7)

1813 Mar 25

Commutation warrant (Reel 6070; 4/7020 No.19)

1813 Apr 23

On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per "Estramina" (Reel 6003; 4/3492 p.215)

1813 Jul 24

On list of persons indebted for stock issued from the Government Herds between 1 Apr 1810 and 24 Jul 1813 (Reel 6043; 4/1728 p.155)

1814 Apr 29

Lieutenant Thompson, Newcastle, returning Byrne's petition (Reel 6004; 4/3493 p.159)

1815 Nov

On monthly return of prisoners punished at Newcastle (Reel 6023; 4/1718 p.49)

1817 Feb 11

To be returned from Newcastle to Sydney for two months (Reel 6005; 4/3495 p.500)

1820

Of Airds. Memorial of his son Michael (Fiche 3015; 4/1823 No.114 pp.256-7)

1822

Petition for mitigation of sentence (Fiche 3213; 4/1864 pp.54-54c)

1822 Apr 15, May

On lists of persons indebted to the Crown for livestock issued from the Government Herds and Flocks (Reel 6052; 4/1753 pp.117, 120)

1822 Aug

Signatory to petition objecting to the Commissariat's new system of paying for supplies in Spanish dollars (Reel 6017; 4/5783 p.124b)

1822 Aug 30

Memorial on behalf of his son Michael and claim for redress over impounding of his cattle (Fiche 3042; 4/1828 No.37)

1822 Nov 14

Testifying to character of Henry Phipps for a ticket of leave (Reel 6026; 4/1715 pp.67-8)

1823 Apr 17

Owen Meehan's road gang employed to reap wheat on his farm in the Campbelltown District (Reel 6058; 4/1769 p.159c)

1823 May 28

Re wheat to be received from at the Liverpool Store as payment for reaping performed on his estate by clearing gangs (Reel 6010; 4/3508 pp.401-2)

c.1824

Memorial (Fiche 3057; 4/1833 No.6). Reply, 22 Jan (Reel 6012; 4/3510 p.229)

1824 Mar

Of Bunburry. On list of persons receiving an assigned convict (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.42)

1824 c.Sep

Of Airds. Memorial (Fiche 3081; 4/1836B No.151 pp.699-702)

1824 Sep 4

Re his petition for an additional land grant (Reel 6060; 4/1777 p.253)

1825 Jan 18

Memorial (Fiche 3122; 4/1840C No.99 pp.549-52). Reply, 7 Apr (Reel 6014; 4/3514 p.62)

1825 Apr 7

On list of persons who have received orders for grants of land (Fiche 3266; 9/2652 p.84)

1825 Nov

To be granted a conditional pardon (Fiche 3292; 4/6974.1 pp.47, 73)

BYRNE, James

1806 Dec 27; 1807 Apr 29, May 15

On statement of capital advanced by Gregory Blaxland in his concerns from 27 Dec 1806 to 24 Nov 1807 (Reel 6043; 4/1727 pp.187, 190, 191)

BYRNE, James

1813 Feb 18

Re permission to marry at Hawkesbury (Reel 6002; 4/3491 p.394)

BYRNE, James

1814 Jan 16

Juror at inquest on John Boyd held at Sydney (Reel 6021; 4/1819 p.33)

BYRNE, James

1815 Jan 23

Juror at inquest on Elizabeth Howell & two infant children held at Sydney (Reel 6021; 4/1819 p.327)

BYRNE, James. Of Sydney

1815 Apr 1

On list of persons licensed as publicans for 1815; at Sydney (Reel 6038; SZ759 p.54)

1817 Apr 19

Publican of the Unicorn, Sydney. On list of persons licensed as publicans for 1817; at Sydney (Reel 6038; SZ759 p.341)

BYRNE, James. Of Liverpool

1816 Jan 16

On list of persons to receive grants of land in 1816 (Fiche 3266; 9/2652 p.25)

BYRNE, James. Private, 46th Regiment

1817 Mar 29, Apr 3

On list of persons belonging to 46th Regiment to be embarked on board "Kangaroo" for England (Reel 6046, 4/1737 pp.274, 276; Reel 6005, 4/3496 p.101)

BYRNE, James

1818 Jan 24

On list of persons for whom land grants ready for delivery (Reel 6038; SZ759 p.428)

BYRNE, James

1822 Jun 13

Simeon Lord, of Sydney, permitted to employ for the procurement of a cargo of timber at Port Stephens (Reel 6009; 4/3505 p.402)

BYRNE, James

1823 Jan 3

Seeking confirmation of appointment as Deputy Gaoler of the County Gaol, Sydney, in order to receive rations from H.M. Stores (Reel 6058; 4/1770 p.8)

1824

On list of constables doing duty in Sydney and its environs requiring slop clothing (Reel 6017; 4/5782 p.93)

1824 Feb 14-1825 Jul 22

Appointed Deputy Gaoler at Sydney on 1 Jan 1824. On pay list of constables employed at Sydney (Reel 6029; 4/7016C pp.81-381; Reel 6030, 4/7016D pp.15-327)

1824 May 28-Jul 23

On lists of constables stationed at the Sydney County Gaol with their wives and children (Reel 6061; 4/1779 pp.101, 120, 142, 155, 164 & 4/1780 pp.191, 208, 223)

1824 Sep 3

Requesting that his wife Jane and son Thomas be put on the victualling list (Reel 6061; 4/1780 pp.261-261a). Reply, 22 Sep (Reel 6013; 4/3512 p.420)

1824 Dec 31

His salary as Assistant Gaoler paid from the Colonial Fund (Reel 6039; 4/424 p.420)

BYRNE, James

1824 Mar 24

Re recall of assigned convict James Farrell (Reel 6012; 4/3510 p.568)

BYRNE, James. Landholder of Evan

1824 Aug 31

Memorial (Fiche 3081; 4/1836B No.144 p.663)

1825 Jan, Oct, Nov

Memorial, including lists of Government servants in employ of (Fiche 3122; 4/1840C No.100 pp.553-64)

BYRNE, James. Per "Ann and Amelia", 1825; two convicts of this name by this ship

1825 Jan 5

On list of convicts landed from the "Ann and Amelia" and forwarded to Parramatta for distribution (Reel 6014; 4/3513 p.198)

1825 Jan 5

On list of convicts landed from the "Ann and Amelia" and forwarded to Windsor for distribution; listed as Burn (Reel 6014; 4/3513 p.198)

   

BYRNE, James. Per "Anne", 1801

1820 Aug 15

Countersigned printed copy of Proclamation on the accession of King George IV; at Liverpool on 7 Aug (Reel 6049; 4/1745 p.167)

1820 Dec 24

Store receipts of for salt pork paid at Liverpool (Reel 6049; 4/1745 p.356)

1822 Aug

Signatory to petition objecting to the Commissariat's new system of paying for supplies in Spanish dollars (Reel 6017; 4/5783 p.124c)

1822 Aug 22; 1824 Jan 23

Of Appin. On list of persons receiving an assigned convict (Fiche 3290, 4/4570D pp.19, 63; Fiche 3291, 4/4570D pp.107, 123)

1822 Nov

Convicts landed from "Mangles" assigned to at Airds (Reel 6009; 4/3506 p.431)

1822 Nov 18

Signature in support of George Ross' petition for a ticket of leave (Fiche 3225; 4/1867 p.46)

1823 Jun 24

Of Appin. Memorial (Fiche 3061; 4/1834A No.51 pp.303-6). Reply, 1 Jul (Reel 6010; 4/3508 p.614)

1824 Jan

Convicts assigned to in the District of Appin (Reel 6028; 2/8283 p.51)

1824 Aug 21

Of Appin. Memorial (Fiche 3081; 4/1836B No.151A p.703)

1824 Oct 4

On return of grain in the possession of settlers in the District of Appin (Reel 6061; 4/1780 p.301a)

 

BYRNE, James. Per "Archduke Charles", 1813; schoolmaster at Evan

1813 Feb 19

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Archduke Charles" and forwarded to Parramatta for distribution (Reel 6002; 4/3491 p.400)

1820

School teacher of Evan. Memorial (Fiche 3015; 4/1823 No.113 pp.254-5)

1824 Sep

Memorial (Fiche 3081; 4/1836B No.153 pp.709-10)

1824 Nov 5

On list of schoolmasters and assistants who have lately drawn rations at Windsor (Reel 6060; 4/1776 p.120)

1824 Nov 19

Schoolmaster, Nepean. Re proposed increase in salary to compensate for withdrawal of rations by the Commissariat (Reel 6014; 4/3513 p.13)

1825 Jan 20

Re his drawing money on the account of Mr Sweetman, Secretary to the Orphan Institutions, following withdrawal of rations by the Commissariat (Reel 6014; 4/3513 p.297)

1825 Mar 2

To be allowed a grant of 30 acres of land (Reel 6014; 4/3513 p.523)

1825 Mar 2

On list of persons who have received orders for grants of land (Fiche 3266; 9/2652 p.85)

BYRNE, James. Per "Daphne", 1819

1823 Mar 11

Servant to James Meehan of Macquariefield. Memorial (Fiche 3061; 4/1834A No.51A p.307)

BYRNE, James. Per "Medina", 1823

1824 Jan 6

On list of convicts landed from the "Medina" and forwarded to Windsor for distribution (Reel 6012; 4/3510 p.133)

1824 Oct 25

Memorial. Requesting his wife Mary, and one child, be sent out to the Colony (Reel 6061; 4/1780 p.321). Reply, 8 Nov (Reel 6013; 4/3512 p.710)

1825 Feb 23, Apr 11

On lists of prisoners lately or at present employed on John McDonald's farm at Pitt Town (Reel 6063, 4/1785 p.117a; Fiche 3146, 4/1843B No.577 p.734)

BYRNE, Jeremiah

1824 Aug

John Thompson, convict servant of Mr G Innes, sentenced to 25 lashes for threatening Byrne (Reel 6023; 4/6671 p.123)

BYRNE, John

1818 Aug

On monthly return of prisoners punished at Newcastle (Reel 6023; 4/1718 p.67)

BYRNE, John. Born in the Colony; son-in-law to William Sykes of Appin

1820 May 26

Memorial (Fiche 3015; 4/1823 No.110 p.248)

BYRNE, John

1821 Sep 8

Stonemason. On list of all persons victualled from H.M. Magazines (Reel 6016; 4/5781 p.104)

BYRNE, John. Of Appin

1822 Aug

Signatory to petition objecting to the Commissariat's new system of paying for supplies in Spanish dollars (Reel 6017; 4/5783 p.124c)

1822 Sep

Signatory to an address from settlers of Airds, Appin and adjoining districts requesting that the weekly market at Sydney be held on Thursday instead of Friday (Reel 6052; 4/1753 p.179a)

1825 Aug

On list of persons liable to serve as jurors in the district of Liverpool (Reel 6062; 4/1782 p.78b)

BYRNE, John

1823 Feb 10

Appointed Constable, Windsor (Reel 6039; 4/424 pp.137, 138)

1823 May 28

Dismissed for misconduct (Reel 6039; 4/424 p.168)

1823 Jun 4

Resigned (Reel 6039; 4/424 p.169)

BYRNE, John

1824

Government servant employed by the Brooks family (Reel 6062; 4/1781 p.394a)

BYRNE, John. Of Clarence Street

1824 Mar 25

On list of persons receiving an assigned convict (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.13)

BYRNE, John. Born in the Colony; son of Patrick Byrne of Windsor

1824 Jun 19

Memorial (Fiche 3081; 4/1836B No.154 p.711)

BYRNE, John. Constable at Hyde Park Barracks

1825 Mar 25

Order on the Colonial Treasurer for apprehending David O'Hara, a runaway from Chisholm's clearing party (Reel 6070; 4/6037 p.3)

BYRNE, John. Of Windsor

1825 Aug

On list of persons liable to serve as jurors in the district of Windsor (Reel 6062; 4/1782 p.79a)

BYRNE, John or MCDONNELL (Per "Almorah", 1820) see MCDONNELL, John

BYRNE, John. Per "Archduke Charles", 1813

1813 Feb 19

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Archduke Charles" and forwarded to Windsor for distribution; listed as Burne (Reel 6002; 4/3491 p.400)

1815 Jul 8

On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per "Lady Nelson" (Reel 6004; 4/3494 p.116)

BYRNE, John. Per "Atlas", Oct 1802

1812 May 25

Petition for mitigation of sentence (Fiche 3169; 4/1848 pp.82-5)

BYRNE, John. Per "Canada" or "Francis & Eliza"

1815 Aug 15

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Canada" and "Francis and Eliza" and forwarded to Liverpool for distribution (Reel 6004; 4/3494 p.141)

BYRNE, John alias WALSH. Per "Castle Forbes", 1824

1824 Jan 20

On list of convicts landed from the "Castle Forbes" and forwarded to Windsor for distribution (Reel 6012; 4/3510 p.196)

BYRNE, John (Per "Fortune", 1813) see BUNN, John

BYRNE, John. Per "Francis and Eliza", 1815;

1822

Prisoner at Emu Plains. Petition of his sister Mary Rochfort to have Byrne assigned to her (Fiche 3225; 4/1867 p.42)

1823 May 9

On list of prisoners assigned; listed as Burns (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.10)

BYRNE, John. Per "Guildford", 1816

1816 Apr 15

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Guildford" and forwarded to Windsor for distribution; listed as Byrnes (Reel 6004; 4/3494 p.465)

1817 May 3

On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per "Lady Nelson" (Reel 6005; 4/3496 p.132)

1821 Mar 29

On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per "Elizabeth Henrietta" (Reel 6007; 4/3503 p.197)

1823 May 14

On lists of prisoners transported to Port Macquarie per "Sally" (Reel 6019; 4/3864 pp.44, 404-5)

BYRNE, John. Per "Henry Porcher", 1825

1825 Dec 9

On list of convicts landed from the "Henry Porcher" and forwarded to Minto for distribution (Reel 6016; 4/3516 p.104)

BYRNE, John. Per "Medina", 1823

1824 Jan 6

On list of convicts landed from the "Medina" and forwarded to Liverpool for distribution (Reel 6012; 4/3510 p.131)

BYRNE, John. Per "Medina", 1823

1824 Jan 6

On list of convicts landed from the "Medina" and forwarded to Bathurst for distribution (Reel 6012; 4/3510 p.133)

1824 Feb 28-Mar 27

On lists of men in the Government Stock Department at Bathurst; listed as Burns (Reel 6031; 4/7029A pp.104-14)

1824 Apr 10

On list of prisoners on establishment at Bathurst with sentences not transmitted (Reel 6028; 2/8283 p.102)

BYRNE, John. Per "Recovery", 1823

1823 Aug 4

On list of convicts landed from the "Recovery" and forwarded to Windsor for distribution (Reel 6011; 4/3509 p.5)

1825 Aug 19

On list of convicts transported to Port Macquarie per "Amity" (Reel 6019; 4/3864 pp.532-3)

BYRNE, John. Per "Rolla", 1803

1810 Jan 9

Granted certificate of freedom (Reel 6038; SZ758 p.56)

BYRNE, Joseph alias DEMPSEY

1823 Feb 7-Mar 5

Sentenced to death; commuted. In reports of prisoners tried at Court of Criminal Jurisdiction (Reel 6023; X820 p.85)

1823 Mar 20

Tried in Hobart. Sentence commuted to transportation (Reel 6070; 4/1265 p.10)

BYRNE, Joseph

1824 Jul 26

Assigned to John Oxley's clearing party. On return of punishments ordered and inflicted at Campbelltown Court (Reel 6023; 4/6671 p.27)

BYRNE, Joseph

1824 Aug

John Thompson convicted of threatening Byrne (Reel 6023; 4/6671 p.123)

BYRNE, Judith

1824 Oct 4

Re permission to marry in the Roman Catholic Church (Reel 6013; 4/3512 p.517)

BYRNE, Lucy. Per "Woodman", 1823

1823 Nov 11

Re permission to marry at Campbelltown (Reel 6011; 4/3509 p.547)

BYRNE, Luke. Per "Almorah", 1820

1823 Jun

On return of convicts discharged from the Establishment, Emu Plains; to Port Macquarie (Reel 6028; 2/8283 p.143)

1823 Jun 24

On lists of prisoners transported to Port Macquarie per "Sally" (Reel 6019; 4/3864 pp.55, 410-1)

 

BYRNE, Margaret. Per "Woodman", 1823

1823

On list of Crown servants in the employ of George Thomas Palmer of Parramatta in 1823; listed as Byrns (Fiche 3293; 5/3821.1 p.12)

1824 Dec 6

Re permission to marry at Liverpool; listed as Burns (Reel 6014; 4/3513 p.63)

BYRNE, Martin. Per "Ann and Amelia", 1825

1825 Jan 5

On list of convicts landed from the "Ann and Amelia" and forwarded to Appin for distribution (Reel 6014; 4/3513 p.199)

BYRNE, Mary. Per "Tellicherry", 1806

1805 Aug 17

On list of convicts embarked on board the "Tellicherry" (Reel 6028; 2/8283 p.42)

BYRNE, Matthew. Per "Guildford", 1818

1818 Apr 10

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Guildford" and forwarded to Liverpool for distribution; listed as Byrnes (Reel 6006; 4/3498 p.138)

1820 Aug 28

On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per "Lady Nelson" (Reel 6007; 4/3502 p.231)

BYRNE, Matthew. Per "Prince Regent", 1824

1824 Jul 21

On list of convicts landed from the "Prince Regent" and forwarded to Liverpool for distribution (Reel 6013; 4/3512 p.1)

BYRNE, Michael

1819 Feb 26

On return of writs issued from Supreme Court and Governor's Court against William Gore (Reel 6020; 2/8130 p.129)

BYRNE, Michael. Came free per "Tellicherry", 1806; son of Hugh Byrne of Airds

1820

Memorial (Fiche 3015; 4/1823 No.114 pp.256-7)

1822 Aug 30

Memorials (Fiche 3042; 4/1828 Nos. 37 and 38)

BYRNE, Michael

1823 Jul 15

Supplied yeast for Hyde Park Barracks (Reel 6039; 4/424 p.174)

BYRNE, Michael

1824 Feb 13

Mutinous conduct on board the "Lady Nelson" (Reel 6067; 4/1810 pp.52-3)

BYRNE, Michael

1824 Feb 14

Servant of Henry Owen of Sydney. Permitted to pass from Windsor, with cattle, to Owen's farm in the County of Northumberland (Reel 6012; 4/3510 p.334)

BYRNE, Michael alias BRIANT, J. Per "Guildford", 1818

1819 Aug 31

On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per "Lady Nelson" (Reel 6006; 4/3500 p.234)

1819 Dec-1821 Apr

On monthly returns of prisoners punished at Newcastle (Reel 6023; 4/1718 pp.95, 99, 127)

1822 Feb 6

To be removed to Port Macquarie having given himself up under the proclamation of Sir Thomas Brisbane (Reel 6008; 4/3504A p.405)

1822 Feb 6

On lists of convict runaways from Newcastle removed to Port Macquarie per "Newcastle" (Reel 6008, 4/3504A p.494; Reel 6019, 4/3864 pp.350-1)

1824 Jan 11

Requesting to know his sentence as his time had expired (Reel 6061; 4/1778 pp.21-21a)

BYRNE, Michael. Per "Minerva", 1800

1805 Sep 30

Sent to Norfolk Island for distilling spirits contrary to Colonial regulations; also appears as Burne (Reel 6040; ML Safe 1/51 p.43)

1810 Jan 9

Granted certificate of freedom (Reel 6038; SZ758 p.56)

1810 Jul 21

Of Pitt's Row. Issued with licence to retail beer, ale and porter (Reel 6038; SZ758 pp.72-3)

1811 Oct 11

Juror at inquest on John Thompson held at Sydney (Reel 6043; 4/1726 p.272)

1813 Aug 7

Of Pitt Street. On list of persons holding licences for sale of wine and spirituous liquors (Reel 6038; SZ758 pp.405-7)

1815 Apr 8

On list of persons licensed as publicans for the sale of spirits in 1815; at Sydney (Reel 6038; SZ759 p.63)

1815 Apr 8

On list of persons licensed to brew beer in 1815; at Sydney (Reel 6038; SZ759 p.64)

1821 Feb 20

Juror at inquest on William Wall held at Sydney (Reel 6021; 4/1819 pp.703-4)

1822 May 2-1824 Feb 28

Of Pitt Street. On list of persons receiving an assigned convict (Fiche 3290, 4/4570D pp.2, 13, 30, 32, 52, 81, 82, 86; Fiche 3291, 4/4570D pp.89, 105, 115)

1823 Nov 6

Memorial (Fiche 3061; 4/1834A No.52A)

1824 c.Jul

On account of rents received for assigned convict tradesmen for the three quarters ending 30 Jun 1824 (Reel 6061; 4/1779 p.173a)

1824 Oct 8

Of Pitt Street. On list of defaulters in payment for assigned convict tradesmen up to 30 Sep 1824 (Fiche 3293; 5/3821.1 p.1)

1825 May

Memorial (Fiche 3122; 4/1840C No.101 pp.567-70)

1825 Dec 6,7

Of King Street. Requesting licence to distil spirits from grain (Reel 6064; 4/1789 pp.31-2)

1825 Dec 10

Of King Street. Re issue of distillation licence and regulations for erection of a still (Reel 6016; 4/3516 p.129)

BYRNE, Miles. Per "Hadlow", 1820

1822 Feb 13; 1823 Jan 8

On list of prisoners assigned; also listed as Burnes (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D pp.5, 9)

BYRNE, Owen. Born in the Colony; son of Andrew Byrne of Appin

1820 Jul 3

Memorial (Fiche 3015; 4/1823 No.112)

1824 Sep 12

Memorial for land at Port Aiken (Fiche 3081; 4/1836B No.155 p.713)

1825 May 3,30

On lists of persons who have received warrants for the purchase of Crown lands (Fiche 3266, 9/2652 p.111; Fiche 3260, 2/1925 p.3)

1825 Aug

On list of persons liable to serve as jurors in the district of Liverpool (Reel 6062; 4/1782 p.78b)

1825 Aug 8

Memorial (Fiche 3122; 4/1840C No.102 p.571)

1825 Nov 12,14

On list of persons who have received orders for grants of land (Fiche 3266, 9/2652 p.85); on list of lands granted and reserved by Sir Thomas Brisbane (Fiche 3269; 9/2740 p.4)

BYRNE, Patrick

1812 Sep 12

Permitted to draw cattle from Government herds on credit (Reel 6038; SZ758 p.315)

BYRNE, Patrick

1821 Sep 8

Brickmaker. On list of all persons victualled from H.M. Magazines (Reel 6016; 4/5781 p.93)

BYRNE, Patrick

1823 Jul 23,28

Re the withholding of Elizabeth McCaffry's ticket of leave by the Magistrate at Windsor as she was cohabiting with Byrne, a married man (Reel 6057, 4/1768 pp.30-30a; Reel 6017, 4/5783 pp.359-60; Reel 6059, 4/1772 p.36)

BYRNE, Patrick

1825 Aug 20

Re appointment as District Constable, District of Cornwallis (Reel 6062; 4/1783 p.99)

BYRNE, Patrick. Of Windsor

1825 Oct 13

Memorial (Fiche 3122; 4/1840C No.103 p.575)

1825 Nov 28

Memorial, including list of convicts in his employ, 1823-5 (Fiche 3127; 4/1841A No.214 pp.349-52, 355-6). Reply, 9 Dec (Reel 6016; 4/3516 p.144)

BYRNE, Patrick

1825 Nov 21

To be punished for being drunk and absent (Reel 6063; 4/1784 p.327)

BYRNE, Patrick. Per "Almorah", 1820

1822 Nov 20

On list of prisoners forwarded to Windsor for distribution (Reel 6009; 4/3506 p.461)

BYRNE, Patrick. Per "Ann and Amelia", 1825

1825 Feb 14

Convict servant of Francis Shortt. To be victualled from the Stores for six months (Reel 6014; 4/3513 p.430)

BYRNE, Patrick. Per "Archduke Charles", 1813

1813 Feb 19

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Archduke Charles" and forwarded to Windsor for distribution; listed as Burne (Reel 6002; 4/3491 p.400)

1817 Mar 24-Jun 24

On lists of members of Oxley's expedition to the Lachlan River (Reel 6068, 4/1814 pp.27, 35; Reel 6046, 4/1737 p.329)

1818 Jan

Huntsman. On list of persons to accompany John Oxley on his second expedition of discovery (Reel 6065; 4/1798 p.106)

1818 Jan 23

Re shoes for men of Oxley's expedition (Reel 6068; 4/1814 p.40)

1818 Mar 7

Stock issued to Burn for services as guide on Oxley's expedition (Reel 6031; 4/7028A p.87)

1818 Mar 7

On return of horned cattle issued from the Government Herds between 8 May 1814 and 9 Jan 1819; donation for services as guide over the Mountains. Listed as Burns (Reel 6048; 4/1742 p.44)

1818 Dec 12

Government and General Order re granting of absolute pardon to for his services on Oxley's expedition (Reel 6038; SZ759 pp.543-4)

1819 Jun 10

Paid from the Police Fund as donation for services on Oxley's expedition of discovery (Reel 6038; SZ1044 p.54)

1823 Jan 19, Feb 9-10

To guide party to Wellington Valley but refused to take carts (Reel 6069; 4/1818 pp.10, 35-44)

1823 Dec

John Bates, Uriah Smith, George Pierce, James Harris, John Askey and William Green sentenced at Bathurst to 100 lashes for robbing Byrne's house at Emu Valley (Reel 6023; 4/6671 p.107)

1824 Oct 11

On return of grain in the possession of settlers and other private individuals in the District of Bathurst (Reel 6065; 4/1800 p.187)

1825 Jan 1

Of Emu Valley near Bathurst. Claiming reward for finding a horse, property of the Crown (Reel 6065; 4/1801 p.11)

BYRNE, Patrick. Per "Asia", Feb 1825; two convicts of this name by this ship

1825 May 28

Convict servant of W Brown. To be victualled from the Stores at Bathurst for six months; cancelled. Appears as Burnes (Reel 6014; 4/3514 p.386)

1825 Jun 3

Convict servant of Richard Aspinall. To be victualled from the Store at Bathurst for six months; cancelled. Appears as Burnes (Reel 6014; 4/3514 p.429)

1825 Nov 14,19

On lists of runaways; from Messrs Aspinall & Browne at Bathurst. Listed as Burns and Byrnes (Reel 6015, 4/3515 p.615; Reel 6063, 4/1784 p.307a)

1825 Dec 16

Re his being sent to a clearing party for six months (Reel 6016; 4/3516 p.191)

BYRNE, Patrick or MURPHY (Per "Chapman", 1817) see MURPHY, Patrick

BYRNE, Patrick. Per "Countess of Harcourt", 1822

1823 Jul 4

On list of prisoners assigned; listed as Burns (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.11)

1824 Mar 31, Sep 30

Of Emu Plains. On returns of fines and punishments inflicted by the Bench of Evan (Reel 6023; 4/6671 pp.66, 74)

1824 c.Apr

Boatbuilder. Assigned convict mechanic whose master was a defaulter in payment for (Reel 6061; 4/1778 p.265g)

BYRNE, Patrick. Per "Guildford", 1818

1822 Nov 27

On return of convicts discharged from the Establishment, Emu Plains; runaway (Reel 6028; 2/8283 p.125)

1823 Mar

On return of convicts discharged from the Establishment, Emu Plains; sentenced to Port Macquarie by the Penrith Bench (Reel 6028; 2/8283 p.206)

1823 c.Apr

On return of convict absentees from Emu Plains apprehended and sentenced to Port Macquarie from 1 Apr 1822 to 31 Mar 1823 (Reel 6028; 2/8283 p.141)

1823 Apr 5

On lists of prisoners transported to Port Macquarie per "Sally" (Reel 6019; 4/3864 pp.40, 400-1)

BYRNE, Patrick. Per "Mangles", 1822

1822 Nov

On list of convicts landed from the "Mangles" and forwarded to Upper Minto for distribution (Reel 6009; 4/3506 p.431)

1823 Apr 1

On return of convicts discharged from the Establishment, Emu Plains; to Mr Nowland (Reel 6028; 2/8283 p.137)

1823 May 23

Government servant to Mr Nowlan. Permitted to proceed to Newcastle per "Elizabeth Henrietta" (Reel 6010; 4/3508 p.358)

BYRNE, Patrick. Per "Medina", 1823

1824 Jan 6

On list of convicts landed from the "Medina" and forwarded to Parramatta for distribution (Reel 6012; 4/3510 p.131)

BYRNE, Patrick. Per "Medina", 1823

1824 Jan 6

On list of convicts landed from the "Medina" and forwarded to Bathurst for distribution (Reel 6012; 4/3510 p.133)

1824 Apr 10

On list of prisoners on establishment at Bathurst with sentences not transmitted (Reel 6028; 2/8283 p.102)

BYRNE, Patrick. Per "Prince Regent"

1823 Aug 18,19

Re permission to marry in the Roman Catholic Church (Reel 6011; 4/3509 p.97)

BYRNE, Patrick. Per "Rolla", 1803; three convicts of this name by this ship

1810 Jan 9, Jun 23

Received certificate of freedom (Reel 6038; SZ758 pp.56, 65)

1816 Nov 16

Of Wilberforce. On list of persons who came as convicts and who claimed they were free at the last General Muster, without supporting documentation (Reel 6038; SZ759 p.285)

1825 c.Feb

Memorial (Fiche 3122; 4/1840C No.95 p.535). Reply, 21 Feb (Reel 6014; 4/3513 p.462)

BYRNE, Peter

1821 Sep 8

Object of Charity. On list of all persons victualled from H.M. Magazines (Reel 6016; 4/5781 p.68)

BYRNE, Peter. Per "Almorah, 1820

1823 Jul 30

On return of convicts discharged from the Establishment, Emu Plains; to Mr Murdoch's clearing party (Reel 6028; 2/8283 p.147)

1823 Sep 1,3

Re permission to marry at Castlereagh (Reel 6011; 4/3509 p.182)

1824 Aug 13

On list of prisoners assigned (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.14)

BYRNE, Philip. Per "Ann and Amelia", 1825

1825 Jan

On monthly return of prisoners punished at Newcastle (Reel 6023; 4/1718 p.199)

BYRNE, R. Of Cumberland Street

1822 May 27

On list of persons receiving an assigned convict (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.28)

BYRNE, Richard

1814 Jan 16

Juror at inquest on John Boyd held at Sydney (Reel 6021; 4/1819 p.33)

BYRNE, Richard. Per "Minerva", 1800

1804 Sep 17

His conditional pardon to be sent to Norfolk Island (Reel 6040; ML Safe 1/51 p.18a)

1809 Feb 20

Received absolute pardon from Lieutenant Governor Foveaux (Reel 6001; SZ760 p.133b)

1809 Jul 18

On list of all grants and leases of town allotments registered in the Colonial Secretary's Office (Fiche 3268; 9/2731 p.222)

1810 Jan 9

Of The Rocks, Sydney. Memorial (Fiche 3002; 4/1821 No.49)

1810 Feb 5

Petition for mitigation of sentence (Fiche 3163; 4/1846 p.41)

1810 Mar

On list of free men employed by Government for building the New Stores (Reel 6042; 4/1723 pp.202-3)

n.d.

On list of convicts who have received absolute pardons [Feb 1812] (Fiche 3292; 4/6974.1 p.78)

BYRNE, Sarah

1809 May

On list of all grants and leases of town allotments registered in the Colonial Secretary's Office (Fiche 3268; 9/2731 p.218)

BYRNE, Simon. Per "Three Bees", 1814

1816 Feb 16

On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle per "Kangaroo" (Reel 6004; 4/3494 p.372)

BYRNE, Stephen (Per "Guildford", 1818) see WALSH, Thomas

BYRNE, Terence. Per "Dorothy", 1820

1820 Sep 29

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Dorothy" and forwarded to Emu Plains for distribution (Reel 6007; 4/3502 p.293)

1822 Mar 20; 1823 Nov 7

On list of prisoners assigned (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D pp.6, 12)

1824 Apr 27

On lists of prisoners transported to Port Macquarie per "Sally" (Reel 6019; 4/3864 pp.127, 476-7)

BYRNE, Thomas

1807 Feb 8, Mar 25, Jul 10,11

On statement of capital advanced by Gregory Blaxland in his concerns from 27 Dec 1806 to 24 Nov 1807 (Reel 6043; 4/1727 pp.187, 189, 192)

BYRNE, Thomas

1817 Aug 16

Paid from the Police Fund for sundry disbursements for Government (Reel 6038; SZ759 p.375)

BYRNE, Thomas

1818 Jan 24

On list of persons for whom land grants ready for delivery (Reel 6038; SZ759 p.428)

BYRNE, Thomas

1818 Jun 1

Memorial (Fiche 3011; 4/1822A No.6 pp.15-9)

BYRNE, Thomas. Former soldier, 46th Regiment

1820 Jul 3

Memorial (Fiche 3015; 4/1823 No.115)

BYRNE, Thomas

1820 Sep 26

Appointed clerk in Commissariat Department (Reel 6050; 4/1747 p.171)

1820 Sep 29

Re appointment as a Commissary Clerk by Drennan (Reel 6007; 4/3502 p.280)

1821 Sep 8

Clerk, Commissariat Department. On list of all persons victualled from H.M. Magazines (Reel 6016; 4/5781 p.64)

1824 Jun 30

Storekeeper's clerk, Bathurst. Requesting place of shelter for worship for Catholics (Reel 6065; 4/1800 pp.104-5)

1824 Jul 4

Accused by Morisset of fostering tensions between the Protestants and Catholics (Reel 6065; 4/1800 pp.103-103a)

1824 Jul 23

To be relieved from his position as Storekeeper's Clerk at Bathurst (Reel 6013; 4/3512 p.64)

1824 Sep 13

Letter from John Joseph Therry on his behalf (Reel 6065; 4/1799 p.79)

1824 Sep 14

Soliciting employment (Reel 6065; 4/1799 pp.81-82, 84). Reply, 24 Sep (Reel 6013; 4/3512 p.462)

1825 Nov 4

Former clerk in Commissariat Department. Memorial (Fiche 3122; 4/1840C No.104 p.579)

1825 Nov

On list of persons who have received orders for grants of land (Fiche 3266; 9/2652 p.85); on list of lands granted and reserved by Sir Thomas Brisbane (Fiche 3269; 9/2740 p.4)

BYRNE, Thomas

1822 Aug 5

Attached to McMahon's road gang. On return of proceedings of the Bench of Magistrates, Parramatta (Fiche 3297; X643 p.23)

BYRNE, Thomas

1823 Jan

Assigned servant of J Keighran, resigned for Sydney Barracks. Victualled at Campbelltown by Thomas Burke, District Constable (Reel 6058; 4/1769 p.156b)

BYRNE, Thomas. Of Airds

1823 Dec 5

On list of persons receiving an assigned convict (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.24)

BYRNE, Thomas. Of Bunbury Curran

1824 Mar 12

On list of persons receiving an assigned convict (Fiche 3291; 4/4570D p.107)

BYRNE, Thomas. Of Campbelltown

1824 Aug 9

On list of persons receiving an assigned convict (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.87)

BYRNE, Thomas. Of Castlereagh Street

1825 Nov 1

On list of persons liable to serve as jurors in the district of Sydney (Reel 6062; 4/1782 p.113b)

BYRNE, Thomas (Per "Almorah", 1820) see MULLEN, Thomas

BYRNE, Thomas (Per "Countess of Harcourt", 1822) see BYRON, Thomas

BYRNE, Thomas. Per "Hadlow", 1820

1822 May 7

On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per "Elizabeth Henrietta" (Reel 6009; 4/3505 p.255)

BYRNE, Thomas. Per "Minerva", 1800

1820 Jan 3

Petition for mitigation of sentence (Fiche 3206; 4/1862 pp.33-33a)

BYRNE, Thomas. Per "Tyne", 1819

1819 Jan 13

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Tyne" and forwarded to Parramatta for distribution (Reel 6006; 4/3499 p.259)

BYRNE, William

1821 Sep 8

Shell Gang. On list of all persons victualled from H.M. Magazines (Reel 6016; 4/5781 p.81)

BYRNE, William. Per "Almorah", 1820

1821 Jan 6

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Almorah" and forwarded to Parramatta for distribution (Reel 6007; 4/3503 p.17)

1825

Servant of J Macarthur of Camden; attestation as to his character for a ticket of leave (Reel 6027; 4/1717.1 pp.18-9)

BYRNE, William. Per "Grenada"

1822 Jun 3

On list of prisoners assigned (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.7)

BYRNE, William. Per "Mangles"

1822 May 31

On list of prisoners assigned (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.6)

BYRNE, William. Per "Minerva"

1822 May 24

On list of prisoners assigned (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.6)

BYRNES see also BURN; BURNE; BURNES; BURNS; BYRNE

BYRNES, Bernard or BRYAN. Per "Chapman", 1817

1817 Aug 5,9

On return of convicts arrived per "Chapman" who embarked on the "Jupiter" for Hobart (Reel 6005; 4/3496 pp.272, 288)

BYRNES, Bridget

1816 Apr 10

On list of convicts embarked on the "Kangaroo" for the Derwent (Reel 6004; 4/3494 p.461)

BYRNES, Catherine

1816 Apr 10

On list of convicts embarked on the "Kangaroo" for the Derwent (Reel 6004; 4/3494 p.461)

BYRNES, E

1823 Jun 30

On list of persons receiving clearing gangs (Reel 6022; 4/7014 p.271)

BYRNES, Francis. Per "Elizabeth", 1816

1816 Oct 11

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Elizabeth" and forwarded to Windsor for distribution (Reel 6005; 4/3495 p.183)

BYRNES, James (Junior). Came free

1823

Memorial (Fiche 3042; 4/1828 No.39). Reply, 27 May (Reel 6010; 4/3508 p.389)

1824

Of Parramatta. Memorial (Fiche 3081; 4/1836B No.152 pp.705-8)

1824 Jul 30

On list of lands granted and reserved by Sir Thomas Brisbane (Fiche 3269; 9/2740 p.3)

BYRNES, James. Formerly of the Royal Veteran Company

1823 Oct 28

To receive a grant of 100 acres of land in any part of the Colony already surveyed (Reel 6011; 4/3509 pp.484, 485)

1823 Nov 3

Certificate of entitlement to land (Fiche 3263; 4/7015.2 p.36)

1825 Jul 1

Of Parramatta. Memorial for a building allotment (Fiche 3122; 4/1840C No.100A p.565)

BYRNES, James. Of Parramatta

1824 Mar

On list of persons receiving an assigned convict (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D p.36)

BYRNES, James

1825 Jun 6,9

Re receipt of stock from Rooty Hill Establishment (Reel 6031; 4/7028D pp.124, 137, 148)

1825 Jun 21

Cow issued to Byrnes from the Government Herds (Reel 6033; X829 p.49)

BYRNES, James. Per "Guildford", 1816

1816 Apr 15

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Guildford" and forwarded to Windsor for distribution (Reel 6004; 4/3494 p.464)

BYRNES, John

1821 Sep 8

Stonemason. On list of all persons victualled from H.M. Magazines (Reel 6016; 4/5781 p.102)

BYRNES, Mary Ann alias KELLY (Per "Canada", 1817) see KELLY, Mary Ann

BYRNES, Michael. Per "Chapman", 1817

1817 Aug 5,9

On return of convicts arrived per "Chapman" who embarked on the "Jupiter" for Hobart (Reel 6005; 4/3496 pp.272, 289)

BYRNES, Michael. Per "Mangles"

1824 Oct 26

Attached to Mr Bowden's shingle splitting gang. On return of proceedings of the Bench of Magistrates, Parramatta (Reel 6023; 4/6671 p.57)

BYRNES, Philip. Per "Agamemnon", 1820

1820 Sep 29

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Agamemnon" and forwarded to Liverpool for distribution (Reel 6007; 4/3502 p.294)

BYRNES, Samuel

1820 Sep 30

Military guard. Re payment of passage money for the conveyance of from Port Dalrymple per "Governor Macquarie"; with two children (Reel 6007; 4/3502 pp.289-90)

BYRNES, Thomas

1822 Sep 25

Attached to Carroll's road gang. On return of proceedings of the Bench of Magistrates, Parramatta (Fiche 3297; X643 p.26)

BYRNES, Thomas. Per "Asia", Feb 1825

1825 Feb

On list of convicts landed from the "Asia" and forwarded to Parramatta for distribution (Reel 6014; 4/3513 p.490)

BYRNES, Thomas. Per "Batavia", 1818

1818 Apr 14

On list of convicts disembarked from the "Batavia" and forwarded to Windsor for distribution (Reel 6006; 4/3498 p.152)

 

 

 

 

 

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