TRANSPORTATION TO AUSTRALIA
EXTRACT FROM " ALL THE NEWS IN A FLASH"
BY JOHN MOYNIHAN (Appendix 1 page 155)
[from Eve Adams Mem.no. 43]
50 Lads from Parkhurst arrived in the Orient 22 March 1848 (CSO LR Immigration 1848, Vol 176 BL 36)
WILLIAM CORNISH S 613
Received at Parkhurst 07 Jan 1846 from Millbank Gaol. Aged 16
Crime: Stealing 3 ducks. Convicted: 14 Oct 1845 at Taunton Sessions
Sentence: 7 years transportation. Single; Reads well; Labourer; Gaoler's report of character - Good;
Discharged: 19 Oct 1848 in Western Australia.
PRO information for William Cornish on pilot boat. Rottnest Boat for 6 months in 1852
FROM EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE
DURING THE 1830'S
(Extracted from "Ancestor" page 8, Winter 1992)
[from Kay Clark Mem. no.25]
Tried at Hull or Beverley in East Yorkshire between 1830 & 1839. Sent to York Castle to await being sent to Hull to go to the hulks at Sheerness via the London Packet, before being transported.
CONVICTS to N.S.W.
[from Sheila Cook Mem.no.32]
CHARLES CORNISH Convicted 6
Oct 1788 at Bristol, term 7 years "Surprise" (1)