Cover image for Indents of Male Convicts arriving from Norfolk Island.
Series:
Indents of Male Convicts arriving from Norfolk Island.
Series Number:
Access:
Open
Start Date:
06 Jun 1844
End Date:
07 Sep 1852
Source:
Tasmanian Archives
Creating Agency:
01 Jan 181831 Dec 1877
How to Use:
Digital images of this record series are available to view online by clicking on the item links below to get to the Item Details pages. Copies may be made for private research/study but any other use requires permission from the Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office
Series notes:
From September 1844 until 1856, when it closed as a penal settlement, Norfolk Island was under the jurisdiction of the Tasmanian Government, and was staffed by the Tasmanian Convict Department. Throughout this period, male convicts were being transferred from there to Tasmania, as a result of their sentences there having expired

some had been sent there from Tasmania, others had been sent direct from Great Britain.

These records are part of the holdings of the Tasmanian Archives
System of Arrangement:
The convicts are often grouped according to the ship in which they were transported to Norfolk Island. The ships making the transfers concerned in this series were Lady Franklin (twenty-six voyages), Governor Phillip (five) and Pestonjee Bomanjee (two).
Items:


Indent (various ships)
Indent (various ships)
Indent (per Lady Franklin)