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FREE AUSTRALIAN INDEX TO CONVICT RECORDS

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Joy Kentish Maid

Joy Kentish Maid Report 29 Jun 2013 21:32

Thank you. :-)

KenSE

KenSE Report 29 Jun 2013 20:06

Thanks Gai

Renes

Renes Report 29 Jun 2013 01:38

;-)

Gai

Gai Report 28 Jun 2013 10:51


Renes,

I did enjoy my Tim Tam and a cup of Tea after dinner . :-D

Renes

Renes Report 28 Jun 2013 09:41



great post Gai ...

enjoy your tim tams .....

x

Gai

Gai Report 28 Jun 2013 05:56


Not a problem Persie.

I couldn't neglect the most important page on Facebook. ;-)

Persephone

Persephone Report 28 Jun 2013 03:00

Thank for sharing this Gai on the Genealogy Research Assistance page on Facebook.

Persie

Gai

Gai Report 28 Jun 2013 01:54


The NSW State Records office has released the Convict Indents list the convicts transported to New South Wales. Search over 12,000 names listed in these records and view digital versions online. This latest convict database presently covers 1788-1801.
Early indents provide name, date and place of trial and sentence while the later indents usually contain more information such as a physical description, native place, age and crime.

http://www.records.nsw.gov.au/state-archives/indexes-online/indexes-to-convict-records/index-to-early-convict-records/index-to-early-convict-records


Yay! found my missing Elizabeth Phillips :-D