1822

Browse a chronological list of residents of the Parramatta Female Factory for the year 1822.

  • Jane Carberry, [per] Friends (1811), [committed by] D. W. Esq, 1 January 1822, To be sent to the Factory, [discharged to] G. M. Riley [illegible], 2 January 1822
  • Sophia Baines (aka Sophia Clements – married William Baines in 1811), [per] Speke I (1) (1808), [committed by D. W. Esq., 4 January 1822, 6 months to the factory, [discharged to] G. Matthews, 4 January 1822
  • Margaret Scott, [per] Rolla (1803), [committed by] Sydney Bench, 9 January 1822, 3 months to Factory, [discharged to] [illegible] 10 January 1822
  • Margaret Kennedy, [per] Lord Wellington (1820), [committed by] D. Wentworth Esq., 11 January 1822, [discharged to] [illegible], 11 January 1822
  • Mary Chambers, [per] Maria I (1) (1818), [committed by] D. Wentworth Esq., to Factory, [discharged to] Austin [?] 11 January 1822
  • Jane Wilson, [per] Morley (3) (1820), [committed by] Doctor Bowman, 12 January 1822, to Factory, [discharged] 14 January 1822
  • Mary Marrington, [per] Elizabeth, [committed by] D. W. Esq, Released being pregnant, 12 January 1822
  • Mary Cloaky, [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818), [committed by] D. W. Esq, 26 January 1822, Factory, [discharged to] Lowry, 1 February 1822, IC
  • Mary Robinson, [per] Nile [possibly Mary Robertson per Nile I (1801), [committed by] Wentworth & E[dward] Riley Esq., 28 January 1822, 6 months in the Factory, [discharged to] Matthews, 1 February 1822
  • Elizabeth Goodwin, a native [of the colony], [committed by] Wentworth & E[dward] Riley Esq., 28 January 1822, 12 months in the Factory, [discharged to] Matthews, 1 February 1822
  • Elizabeth Wood, [per] [illegible], 29 January 1822, [committed by] Wentworth and Macarthur, to the Factory, [discharged to] Matthews, 1 February 1822
  • Mary O’Hara, (wife of Peter Quigley), [per] Lord Melville I (1) (1817), [committed by] D. W. Esq, 4 February 1822, to the Factory, [discharged] 7 February 1822
  • Sarah Duckworth, [per] Canada (4), [committed by] D. W. Esq., 5 February 1822, 3 months in the Factory, [discharged to] Parramatta Constable 7 February 1822
  • Mary Oats (aka Mary Oates) [per] Mary Ann I (1) (1816), [committed by] Wentworth and Macarthur, 9 February 1822, 6 months in Factory, [discharged to] Matthews, 11 February 1822
  • Mary Hough, [per] Morley (3) (1820), committed by D. W. Esq, 11 February 1822, to Factory, [discharged to] Lowry, 12 February 1822
  • Anne Collins, [per] Mary Anne I (1) (1816), [committed by] D. W. Esq. 15 February 1822, to Factory, [discharged] 16 February 1822, OB
  • Sarah Martin, [per] Elizabeth, [committed by] D. W. Esq. 15 February 1822, to Factory, [discharged] 16 February 1822
  • Mary Foy, [per] Alexander (possibly should be Britannia II (1797)), [committed by] D. W. Esq., 18 February 1822, Factory, 30 days, [discharged] 20 February 1822
  • Jane Jones, [per] Northampton (1815), [committed] by order of [illegible], 5 March 1822, to the Factory, [discharged to] Lowry, 8 March 1822
  • Mary Watson, [per] Mary Anne I (1) (1816), [committed] by order of [illegible], 5 March 1822, to the Factory, [discharged to] Lowry, 8 March 1822, OB
  • Bridget Carrigan, [committed by] D. W. Esq and Macarthur Esq., 8 March 1822, to Factory 3 months, [discharged] 12 March 1822
  • Maria Riley, [per] Morley (3) (1820), [committed by] D. W. Esq 12 March 1822, for being at large without authority, to Factory, [discharged] 13 March 1822.
  • Bridget Conway, [per] Lord Melville I (1) (1817), [committed by] D. W. Esq., 16 March 1822 to Factory, [discharged] 19 March 1822, OB
  • Jane Graham, [possibly per Janus (1820)], Returned from Newcastle, by Principal Superintendent, 18 March 1822, to Factory, [discharged] 19 March 1822.
  • Ann McLaughlin, [possibly per Elizabeth I (2) (1818)] Returned from Newcastle, by Principal Superintendent, 18 March 1822, to Factory, [discharged] 19 March 1822, IC
  • Ann Evans, [possibly per Lord Melville I (1) (1817)], Returned from Newcastle, by Principal Superintendent, 18 March 1822, to Factory, [discharged] 19 March 1822.
  • Ann Nowland [Knowland, Nowlan, Nolan], [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818), [committed by] D. W. Esq., 30 March 1822, to Factory, [discharged] 8 April 1822.
  • Honora Murphy, [aka Norah Murphy] [per] Providence I (1811), [committed by] D. W. Esq., 6 April 1822, 30 days in the Factory, [discharged] 8 April 1822.
  • Elizabeth Lowe, [per] Providence II (1) (1821), [committed by Alexander] Berry and [Edward] Wollstonecraft [of Berry and Wollstonecraft] 12 April 1822, [Runaway?] sent to Factory, [discharged] 13 April 1822, OB
  • Mary McGuire, (or Mary Maguire) [per] Archduke Charles (1813), [committed by] D. W. Esq and Edward Wollstonecraft, 22 April 1822, Factory 3 months, [discharged to] McAlister, 30 April 1822, IC
  • Sarah St Leger, [per] Friends (1811), [committed by] D. W. Esq and E Wollstonecraft, 24 April 1822, Factory 30 days, discharged by order of D. W. Esq., 29 April 1822
  • Elizabeth Sibley [transported as Elizabeth Male, later married William Sibley], [per] Broxbornebury (1814) [committed by] D. W. Esq., 2 May 1822, 30 days Factory, discharged to the Factory 4 May 1822
  • Mary Corcoran, Free, [committed by] D. W. Esq., 4 May 1822, 30 days Factory, discharged to Factory 4 May 1822
  • Elizabeth Wise, Free, [committed by] D. W. Esq., 4 May 1822, 30 days Factory, discharged to Factory 4 May 1822
  • Mary Doyle, [per] Elizabeth I (2) (1818), [committed by] D. W. Esq., 8 May 1822, to Factory, [discharged] by Fitzpatrick, 11 May 1822.
  • Catherine Pickering, (aka Catherine Byrne, later married Charles Pickering) [per] Experiment II (1809) [committed by] D. W. Esq., 11 May 1822, to be sent to Factory, 3c months, [discharged] 14 May 1822
  • Mary Carney, (alias Mary Gray) [per] Northampton, [committed by] D. W. Esq, 11 May 1822, Factory 6 months, [discharged] 14 May 1822, OB
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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).
  • New South Wales, Australia, Gaol Description and Entrance Books, 1818-1930.