1821

Browse a chronological list of women committed to the Parramatta Female Factory for the year 1821. (Note: Women sent to the Factory prior to 1 February 1821 would have been initially held at the Factory Above the Gaol).

  • Ann Hall, [per] Morley (3) (1820), [committed by] Mr. Hutchinson, Factory, 4 January 1821.
  • Mary Banks, [per] Aeolus (1809), [committed by] John Piper Esq., Factory six months Hard Labour, 5 January 1821.
  • Mary Ann Brown, [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818), [committed by] S. Lord Esq., Factory hard labour 6 months, 6 November 1821
  • Mercy Cotsworth, [per] Friendship (1818), [committed by] J. Piper Esq., Sent to the Factory, 10 January 1821
  • Mary Leeson, [per] Catherine (1814), [committed by] J. Piper Esq., 6 months Factory hard labour, 13 January 1821.
  • Elizabeth Byrne, [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818), [committed by] J. Piper Esq., 12 months Factory hard labour, 12 January 1821
  • Elizabeth Hinsley, [per] Minstrel (1) (1812), [committed by] J. Piper Esq., Factory hard labour 12 months, 15 January 1821
  • Hannah Chappell, [per] Speke I (1) (1808), [committed by] J. Piper Esq., Factory hard labour 12 months, 15 January 1821
  • Sarah Dorset, [per] Minstrel (1) (1812), [committed by] J. Piper Esq., Factory hard labour 12 months, 15 January 1821
  • Margaret Holdham, [no ship recorded], [committed by] J. Piper Esq., Run from the Factory returned, 16 January 1821
  • Mary Foy, [no ship recorded], William Minchin Esq., Factory Hard Labour 12 months, 31 January 1821
  • Mary Doyle, [no ship recorded], William Minchin Esq., Factory Hard Labour 12 months, 31 January 1821
  • Mary Gildersleeves, [per] Maria I (1818),William Minchin Esq., Factory 12 months, 1 February 1821, OB
  • Ann Holloway, [per] Catherine (1814), William Minchin Esq., Factory hard labour 6 months, 3 February 1821, IC
  • Rachel Slading, [or Rachel Sladen] [per] Northampton (1815), William Minchin Esq., Factory 12 months, 5 February 1821
  • Sarah Martin, [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818), William Minchin Esq., Factory 6 months hard labour, 6 February 1821
  • Mary Leeson, [per] Catherine (1814), William Minchin Esq., Returned to Factory, 6 February 1821
  • Mary Dorsett, [no ship recorded], William Minchin Esq., Returned to the Factory, 12 February 1821
  • Mary Marrington, [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818), William Minchin Esq., Factory 12 months, 12 February 1821
  • Mary Baker, [per] Broxbournebury (1814), William Minchin Esq., Six months hard labour, 17 February 1821, OB
  • Ann Smith, [no ship recorded] Principal Superintendent, Factory – not sent, discharged, 17 February 1821
  • Margaret Sells (or Margaret Sellairs), Friendship (1818), William Minchin Esq., Factory 12 months hard labour, 27 February 1821
  • Elizabeth Kenna, [per] Canada (4) (1817) [incorrectly recorded as Kennedy], William Minchin Esq., To be sent to the Factory for 6 months, 5 March 1821
  • Eliza Gorville, [no ship recorded] William Minchin Esq., 3 months Factory, hard labour, 6 March 1821
  • Susannah Crook, [per] Indispensable (1809), William Minchin Esq., 12 months to the Factory, 7 March 1821 [possibly Susannah Oaks]
  • Mary Ann Buckley, [per] Friendship (1818), Mr. Hutchinson, Factory, 13 March 1821
  • Hannah Comberbeach, [per] Indispensable (1809), William Minchin Esq., 12 months to the Factory, 16 March 1821
  • Margaret Quin, [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818), Bench Sydney, 6 months hard labour Factory, 19 March 1820
  • Ann Daley, [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818), Bench Sydney, To be returned to the Factory, 19 March 1821, IC
  • Mary Leeson, [per] Catherine (1814), Bench Sydney, 12 months Factory, 19 March 1821
  • Elizabeth Kenna, [per] Canada (4) (1817), [incorrectly recorded as Kennedy], to be returned to the Factory, 26 March 1821
  • Eliza Nixon, [per] Morley (3) (1820), Factory 18 months, 26 March 1821
  • Elizabeth McDougal, J. Piper Esq., 12 months hard labour Factory, 26 March 1821
  • Mary Haston, [per] Canada (4) (1817), J. Piper Esq., 6 months Factory, 28 March 1821
  • Mary Ann Buckley, [per] Friendship (1818), to the Factory, 29 March 1821
  • Maria Wallace, [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818), D. Wentworth Esq., Factory 3 months, 16 April 1821
  • Elizabeth Tillevant, [per] Lord Wellington (1820), by order of Mr. Hutchinson, Principal Superintendent, recently returned [female?], Factory, 16 April 1821
  • Ann Davis, [per] Mary Ann, D. Wentworth Esq., for Factory 6 months, 17 April 1821
  • Margaret Burnett, [per] Morley (3) (1820), Bench Sydney, Factory hard labour 6 months [possibly this person and this ship, the original image was illegible], 20 April 1821
  • Ann French, [per] Northampton (1815), D. Wentworth Esq., To be returned to the Factory, 23 April 1821
  • Mary Doyle, Elizabeth I (2) (1818), D. Wentworth Esq., To be returned to the Factory, 23 April 1821
  • Ann Hall, [per] Morley (3) (1820), J. Piper Esq., To be returned to the Factory, 26 April 1821
  • Eliza Nixon, [per] Morley (3) (1820), J. Piper Esq., To be returned to the Factory, 26 April 1821
  • Elizabeth Almond, [per] Maria I (1) (1818), J. Piper Esq., To be returned to the Factory, 26 April 1821
  • Maria Wallace, [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818), J. Piper Esq., To be returned to the Factory, 26 April 1821
  • Ann Chapman, [per] Glatton, (1803), J. Piper Esq., To be returned to the Factory, 26 April 1821
  • Catherine Fox, [per] Lord Wellington (1820), D. Wentworth Esq., Factory 6 months, 28 April 1821
  • Ann Chapman, [per] Lord Melville I (1) (1817), by order of Mr. H Principal Superintendent, Factory, 30 April 1821
  • Charlotte Hodges, (alias Sophia Stratford) [per] Janus (1820), Factory 3 months, 30 April 1821
  • Elizabeth Fielding, [per] Atlas I (1) (1802) [possibly incorrectly recorded. Maybe should have been Hercules I (1802), D. Wentworth Esq., Factory 6 months, 1 May 1821, IC
  • Johannah Dunn, [per] Lord Wellington (1820), D. Wentworth Esq., Factory, 5 May 1821, IC
  • Ann Hayes, [per] Kennedy [incorrect, should read Canada (4) (1817)], D. Wentworth Esq., Factory 12 months, 8 May 1821
  •  Ann Raphell, per Mary Ann, [possibly supposed to be Ann Radford per Mary Anne I (1) (1816)], for leaving her husband, Factory 12 months, 12 May 1821
  • Ann Chapman, [per] Glatton, (1803), D. Wentworth Esq., Factory, 14 May 1821
  • Elizabeth Wood or Elizabeth Woods, [per] Anne I (Luz St. Anna) (1801) , D. Wentworth Esq., Factory 2 months, 14 May 1821
  • Sophia Baines, (alias Sophia Clements) [per] Speke I (1) (1808), Bench Sydney, Factory 6 months hard labour, 16 May 1821
  • Lydia Green, [per] Lord Wellington (1820), E. Riley Esq., Factory 12 months, 17 May 1821, OB
  • Elizabeth Goodwin, Free Born Native, D. Wentworth Esq., Factory 6 months hard labour, 21 May 1821
  • Catherine Robinson or Catherine Robertson, [per] Lord Wellington (1820), D. Wentworth Esq., Factory, 29 May 1821
  • Mary Moon or Mary Moen, [per] Friendship (1818), D. Wentworth Esq., Factory 3 months hard labour, 12 June 1821
  • Ann Marmon, Free Born Native, D. Wentworth Esq., Factory one month, 16 June 1821
  • Mary Davies or Mary Ann Davis, [per] Minstrel (1) (1812), Bench Sydney, Factory 6 months hard labour, 18 June 1821, OB
  • Jane Leonard, [per] Broxbournebury (1814), D. Wentworth Esq, Factory 3 months, 19 June 1821
  • Susan Blue, Free Born, D. Wentworth Esq., Factory 3 months, 19 June 1821
  • Mary Ann Buckley, [per] Friendship (1818),D. Wentworth Esq., Factory 12 months, 19 June 1821
  • Mary Anderson, [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818), D. Wentworth Esq., Factory 6 months hard labour, 30 June 1821
  • Elizabeth Ellis, [per] Morley (3) (1820), Bench Hobart Town, 2 years factory, 30 June 1821
  • Rose O’Hara, [per] Maria I (1) (1818), Bench Sydney, Factory 12 months hard labour, 4 July 1821, OB
  • Harriett Marsh, [per] Lord Wellington (1820), Bench Sydney, Factory, 10 July 1821
  • Sarah Docker, [per] Maria I (1818), D. Wentworth Esq., Factory discharged by order of D. W. Esq., 26 July 1821
  • Mary Banks, [per] Aeolus (1809), D. Wentworth Esq., 6 months Factory, 30 July 1821
  • Mercy Cotsworth, [per] Friendship (1818), Factory, 4 August 1821
  • Mary Ann Buckley, [per] Friendship (1818), D. Wentworth Esq., to be sent to Parramatta to be dealt with by the Magistrate there, 7 August 1821
  • Ellen O’Connell, [per] Morley, Principal Superintendent of Prisoners, Factory, 14 August 1821
  • Caroline Walker, [per] Maria I (1) (1818), Principal Superintendent of Prisoners, Factory, 15 August 1821
  • Mary Horrigan, [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818), D. Wentworth Esq., Factory, 16 August 1821 IC
  • Jane Wilson [no ship recorded,  but likely to be Jane Wilson], D. Wentworth Esq., 6 months Factory, 21 August 1821
  • Mary Lillies, [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818), [committed by] Superintendent of Prisoners, Factory, 25 August 1821, IC
  • Mary Rock, [per] Alexander II (1816), [committed by] Mr. Hutchinson Esq., Factory, [discharged to] Mr. Oagle, Factory, IC
  • Mary Ward, [per] Glatton (1803), [committed by] D. Wentworth Esq., 3 months hard labour Factory, 18 September 1821 [discharged to] George Jilks. OB
  • Mary Donnelly, [per] Tellicherry (1806), 12 months Factory, [discharged to] George Jilks, 18 September 1821
  • Bridget Conway, [per] Lord Melville I (1) (1817), [committed by Sydney Bench], 24 September 1821, 1 Year Factory, [discharged to] Peter Welsh 25 September 1821, OB
  • Ann Smith, [per] Canada (4) (1817), [committed by] Sydney Bench, 28 September 1821, 6 months Factory, [discharged to] Joseph Haines, 8 October 1821
  • Ann Hayes, [per] Canada (4) (1817), [committed by] D. Wentworth Esq., 2 October 1821, 12 months Factory, [discharged] 4 October 1821.
  • Jane Ross, [per] Mary Ann, [committed by] Sydney Bench, 9 October 1821, 12 months Factory, [discharged to] Mathews, 17 October 1821.
  • Mary Salmon, [per] Northampton (1815), [committed by] Sydney Bench, 9 October 1821, Term of [original] sentence Factory, [discharged to] Martin, 11 October 1821.
  • Elizabeth Remington, [per] Minstrel (1) (1812), possibly Elizabeth Witherington? [committed by] D. Wentworth Esq., 13 October 1821, 1 year Factory, [discharged to] Mathews, 17 October 1821
  • Mary Leeson, (aka Mary Smith) [per] Catherine (1814), [committed by] E. Riley Esq., 16 October 1821, 6 months Factory [discharged to] Mathews, 17 October 1821. IC
  • Margaret Kennedy, [per] Lord Wellington (1820), [committed by] D. Wentworth Esq. 19 October 1821, 6 months Factory, discharged 20 October 1821
  • Eleanor Watt (aka Eleanor Chambers), [per] Broxbournebury (1814), [committed by] D. W. Esq, 22 October 1822, Factory, [discharged to] Kelly, 2 November 1821 [Note: wife of Hercules Watt], OB
  • Catherine Fisher, [per] Archduke Charles (1813), [committed by] D. W. Esq., 27 October 1821, 6 months Factory, [discharged to] Kelly, 2 November 1821, IC
  • Mary Brown, [no ship recorded], [committed by] Sydney Bench, 29 October 1821, 12 months Factory, [discharged to] Kelly, 2 November 1821
  • Mary Horrigan, [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818), [committed by] D. Wentworth Esq., 6 November 1821, Factory, [discharged to] Foster, 7 November 1821 IC
  • Christiana Young, [per] Lord Melville I (1) (1817), [committed by] Mr. Hutchinson, 7 November 1821, Factory, discharged 12 November 1821
  • Catherine Kelly, [per] Canada (4) (1817), [committed by] D. W. Esq., 8 November 1821, Factory for stealing wheat, discharged 12 November 1821, IC
  • Eleanor Connor, [per] Morley (3) (1820), [committed by] D.W. Esq., 13 November 1821, 12 months Factory, [discharged] to her master 16 November 1821.
  • Mary Ann Watson,  [possibly Mary Watkins?] [per] Broxbornebury (1814), [committed by] Sydney Bench, 6 December 1821, Factory 1 year, [discharged] 7 December 1821
  • Sarah Partridge, [per] Lord Wellington (1820), [committed by] D. Wentworth Esq., 8 December 1821, Factory, [discharged to] Foster, 11 December 1821
  • Mary Oakes, (alias Mary Linahan), [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818),[committed by] D. Wentworth Esq., 10 December 1821, 6 months Factory, [discharged to] Foster, 11 December 1821 IC
  • Margaret Matthews, [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818), [committed by] D. Wentworth Esq., 10 December 1821, Runaway Factory, [discharged to] Foster, 11 December 1821 [possibly Mary Broderick per Elizabeth who married John Matthews at St. John’s Parramatta 1 December 1821, although no “Mary Broderick” has been found on the Elizabeth’s records, so this could be another alias]
  • Mary Ferney, [surname illegible and cannot be verified on list for recorded ship], [per] Providence I (1811), [committed by] D. W. Esq., 22 December 1821, Factory 3 c[alendar] months, [discharged to] Mr. Matthews, 29 December 1821
  • Margaret Sellers, [per] Friendship, [committed by] D. W Esq., 26 December 1821, Factory 6 calendar months, [discharged to] John Matthews, 29 December 1821
  • Margaret Kennedy, [per] Lord Wellington (1820), [committed by] D. Wentworth Esq., 29 December 1821, “to be sent to Factory,” [discharged by] Mr. Dunn, 4 January 1822
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Sources

  • New South Wales Government, Entrance books [Sydney Gaol], Series 2514, State Records Reels 850-853, (State Records Authority of New South Wales, Kingswood, New South Wales, Australia).