Cover image for Appropriation Lists of Convicts.
Series:
Appropriation Lists of Convicts.
Series Number:
Access:
Open
Start Date:
01 Jan 1822
End Date:
31 Dec 1846
Source:
Tasmanian Archives
Creating Agency:
01 Jan 181831 Dec 1877
How to Use:
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Series notes:
The purpose of these documents was to record the trade of the convict and how his or her skill was used. The basic details given therefore are name, trade and employer, which may include the settler to whom the convict was assigned, or the road gang or other government departments taking the convict. Sometimes the following additional details are given: age, where tried, sentence and native place. The lists, which concern both men and women, are alphabetical by initial of surname.

In CSO 1 and CSO 5 there are appropriation lists from 1832 to 1839 included in the general correspondence files, and many such documents (1824-1841) are held in the Mitchell Library, Sydney. Microfilm copies of the latter are held in the Archives Office of Tasmania at MM33.

These records are part of the holdings of the Tasmanian Archives
Items:


America (1831) Edward (1834)
Aurora, Layton (1835), Bardaster, Asia, Elphinstone (1836) Lord Lyndoch, Lady Nugent, Henry Porcher, Eden
Prince of Orange
Georgiana (1829), Lady Harewood, York, Thames, Surrey (1830), Prince Regent, Bussorah Merchant, Mary, Sir Charles Forbes, Manlius, David Lyon, Royal George, Southworth, Persian, Clyde
John (1831), Red Rover, Eliza, Proteus, Argyle, Larkins, William Glen Anderson, Strathfieldsay, Gilmore (1832), Katherine Stewart Forbes, England, Lord William Bentick, Lord Lyndoch, Elizabeth
York (1833), Georgiana (1822), Circassian (1833), Surrey, Lotus, Jupiter, Enchantress, Emperor Alexander, Atlas, Stakesby, Isabella, John
Sarah (1837), Frances Charlotte, Blenheim, Elphinstone, Recovery, Susan, Royal Sovereign (1838), Neptune, Moffat
Layton (1839), Canton (1840), Buffalo, Runnymede, Mandarin, Asia, Egyptian, Hindostan, Lord Lyndoch, Lady Raffles, British Sovereign, Duncan
Asia (1841), Layton, Waverley, Westmoreland, David Clarke, Lord Goderich, Prince Regent (1842), Barossa, Tortoise, Richard Webb
Henrietta (1843), Orator, Mandarin (nominal list of boys apprenticed, Anson (1844), Maitland, Duke of Richmond 1 and 2 Marion, Equestrian, Lady Franklin, London, Maria Somes
Gov Phillip (1845), Ratcliff, Marion, Equestrian, Gov Phillip (2), Lady Franklin, Strathedon, Pestongee Bomangee, Samuel Boddington, Lady Franklin (1846)
Hydery arrived 10/8/1832