Alexia's Convict Register

the first fleet

Mary Cooper

Mary Cooper was sentenced to transportation for stealing clothing of unknown value. She boarded the Lady Penrhyn at age 37 and her occupation was recorded as a charwoman. Also her partner in the original crime, Susannah Huffnell, was too a convict on the Lady Penrhyn.

Elizabeth Bruce

Elizabeth Bruce was sentenced to transportation for 7 years for stealing linen with a value of 20 shillings. She boarded the Lady Penrhyn at age 29 and her occupation was listed as a servant.

William Allen

William Allen was sentenced to transportation for 7 years for assault and robbery with a value of 30 shillings. He boarded the Alexander aged 24 and his occupation was listed as a labourer.

Francis Blake

Francis Blake was sentenced to transportation for 7 years for stealing clothing and chocolate with a value of 39 shillings. He boarded the Scarborough aged 21 and his occupation was recorded as a servant.

Joseph Bishop

Joseph Bishop was sentenced to transportation for 7 years for stealing handkerchiefs with a value of 15 shillings. He boarded the Friendship at 23 years of age and his occupation was recorded as a fisherman.