Convicts--Tasmania--History

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Convict ship "Waterloo"

  • AU TAS UTAS SPARC F3
  • Collection
  • 1829-1910

Collection consists of papers relating to the convict ship, Waterloo, and includes a copy of a detachment order, notes on the life of Thomas Grove and an extract relating to the last voyage of the Waterloo

Waterloo (Ship)

Daniel Ellis - convict record

  • AU TAS UTAS SPARC E1
  • Collection
  • 1826-1846

One parchment document of the convict record of Daniel Ellis, No 266 per Manlius, tried Lincoln 18 July 1829, transported for 7 years and again 7 years 1834, offence stealing bundle of draper's goods. Record includes description (trade quarry man and carter, aged 28 in 1834, dark complexion, tattooed etc) and conduct record (hulk report bad, numerous charges of stealing, neglect of duty, absconsion etc brought by employer, Archer 1831-1834, further sentence, conduct at Port Arthur bad), recommended for conditional pardon 7n/46.

Daniel Ellis

Maconochie : Convict System

  • AU TAS UTAS SPARC W10
  • Collection
  • 1837

Consists of a copy of Alexander Maconochie's report on convict discipline made by George Washington Walker and sent by him to Margaret Bragg, in a volume titled: "Original Essays on convict discipline by Capt. Alexander Maconochie R.N. 1837 with some letters etc in further illustration of the same subject by James Backhouse and George W. Walker 1837".
Contents include Maconochies's report to Sir John Franklin, further observations, summary of papers addressed to British Government, Dr. Turnbull's objections to changes in convict discipline and observations by James Backhouse and George Washington Walker and index. The volume is in George Washington Walker’s handwriting.
At the front is a note on the origin of the manuscript and its presentation to Friends' School by descendants of Margaret Bragg, Roger Clark and John Bright Clark who visited the School in 1898.

Alexander Maconochie

Medical Practice

Case notes relating to the Waterloo Convict Station and private patients records, correspondence and accounts, death certificates and vaccinations also drugs, equipment and miscellanious notes

George Fordyce Story

Miscellaneous Convict and Legal Material

  • AU TAS UTAS SPARC RS49
  • Collection
  • 1830-1860

Material relating to convicts including returns and orders, medical certificates, also records, pardons, completion or remission of sentence, warrants and miscellaneous notes.

Public Offices

Includes miscellaneous documents and papers relating to Dr Story’s involvement in the Government Store and Convict Station, public meetings an petitions, electoral returning officer, Glamorgan Library, Lisdillon School Board

George Fordyce Story