Bridget Stewart

Convict woman incarcerated in the Parramatta Female Factory.


  • Spouse of Charles Stewart (Charlie Stewart)

Police Reports

JULY 29. — JOHN KELLY, life, and JOHN KANE, life, attached to Barracks, were brought forward, and ANN SMITH, free, brought up for re-examination; JAMES GALLIGAN further deposed to the prisoner KELLY being one of the robbers, and that he wore the clothes of the prisoner KANE at the time; committed for trial at the Criminal Court.

BRIDGET STEWART, prisoner of the crown, and the wife of old CHARLIE STEWART, for gross perjury in the above case, satisfactorily proved, in refusing to buff it home to the prisoner SMITH, by absolute denial of the circumstances; three months to the Factory, in No. 3 class.

See Original:POLICE REPORTS,” Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW: 1803 – 1842), Wednesday 2 August 1826, p.3


# Convict

# Year: 1826

# Third Class