Daisy's Convict register

information of first fleet convicts

Jane McManus

She stole a gold watch and other goods worth two pounds and fifteen shillings. She had no occupation. Was sentenced to death by hanging, but was reprieved and instead was transported for seven years. She was 18 years old when she was transported aboard the Charlotte.

Richard Willcocks

Richard and two other men were sentenced to transportation for seven years for an assault with sticks and an invention to commit robbery. He was 23 when he was transported on the Charlotte, but did not survive the year in NSW.

John Bayliss

He was sentenced to transportation for seven years for stealing silver. He was 37 when he was transported aboard the Friendship. His occupation was a silversmith.

Rebecca Bolton

She was sentenced for transportation for seven years for stealing clothing. Her occupation was a servant. She was 29 when she was transported on the Prince of Whales.

Tamasin/Jamasim Allen

She was sentenced for seven years transportation for assault and robbery with a value of 313 shillings. She was transported on May 1787 aboard the Lady Penrhyn aged 32. her occupation was listed as a servant.

Mary Green

She was sentenced for seven years transportation for stealing teapot and cups with a value of 10 shillings. She left England on the Prince of Wales in 1787.

Francis Blake

He was sentenced for seven years transportation for stealing clothing and chocolate with a value of 39 shilling. He was transported on the Scarborough in May 1787 aged about 21. His occupation was listed as a servant.