Susannah Watson

SUSANNAH WATSON was a convict woman transported for fourteen years per Princess Royal (2) (1829) and later incarcerated at the Parramatta Female Factory. Her child, CHARLES ISAAC WATSON resided at the Factory at the time of his baptism in the parish of St. John’s, Parramatta and may have been born in the Factory’s lying-in hospital — further research required.


Timeline

  • Tried and convicted: 16 April 1828, Nottingham Quarter Sessions, Nottingham, England
  • Sentenced to 14 years transportation: 1828 Nottingham Quarter Sessions
  • Sailed to the Colony of New South Wales per Princess Royal (2): 6 January 1829, London, England
  • Arrived in the Colony of New South Wales per Princess Royal (2): 9 May 1829, Port Jackson, New South Wales
  • Son, CHARLES ISAAC WATSON, born 4 July 1830
  • Son, CHARLES ISAAC WATSON, baptised 3 October 1830, St. John’s Parish, Parramatta

Relationships


Sources

  • Parish Baptism Registers, Textual records, St. John’s Anglican Church Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia.

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