L.: Previous or Prior List - this refers to NRS 12188, [4/4003A] TL: Ticket of Leave Ux: Uxor (wife of, Latin) VDL: Van Diemen's Land Vide: See (Latin) Number without prefix in Remarks: Ticket of Leave number (few early records are extant) Access digital images straight from the search results in your browser.
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This register was used to record the deaths of convicts who died while still serving their sentence.
It records name, ship of arrival, age, date of burial, parish and occasionally other details relating to convicts whose deaths were reported to the Principal Superintendent of Convicts (until 1855), and subsequently the Inspector General of Police.
The main sources to check are: TD Mutch index to births, deaths and marriages The index is believed to cover all existing birth, death and marriage records for NSW between 1787-1828, except for the Newcastle Register and the Methodist Church records and selected records to 1957 The Government generally recorded the death of a convict still serving his or her sentence.
The death of a convict is sometimes noted on the convict indents.
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The details of the party who was ‘free’, including the name of the ship of arrival in some cases, were often recorded.
Sometimes this was the only time the information was recorded in official sources.
The Registers of convicts' applications to marry, 1825-51 (NRS 12212) record key details about the parties applying for permission to marry including: their names; their ages; the date of permission or refusal; ship of arrival; sentence (for the party who was the convict); whether free or bond and the name of the clergyman.
While the registers can add considerably to the convict’s ‘profile’, they can also be a valuable resource for tracing those elusive ancestors who may have ‘arrived free’ but have proved to be difficult to locate in the shipping lists.
( This refers to those pardons issued after the arrest and removal of Governor Bligh.