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Sources Used

ABGR. Australian Biographical and Genealogical Record. I have used their numbering system to minimise confusion between names that sound similar and names that have the same or similar spelling.

CSP. Colonial Secretary's Papers 1788 -1825, State Records Office of New South Wales.

HISTORICAL BDM'S.
New South Wales Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Historical Indexes.

MUSTER RECORDS used are:

General Muster of New South Wales, 1814, published in Sydney by Australian Biographical and Genealogical Record in association with the Society of Australian Genealogists, 1987. Edited by Carol J. Baxter.

General Muster and Land and Stock Muster of New South Wales, 1822, published by Australian Biographical and Genealogical Record in association with the Society of Australian Genealogists. Sydney 1988. Edited by Carol J. Baxter.

General Muster List of New South Wales, 1823, 1824, 1825. Published by Australian Biographical and Genealogical Record a Project of the Society of Australian Genealogists, 1987. Sydney 1999. Edited by Carol J. Baxter.

Census of New South Wales, November 1828. Published in Sydney, Library of Australian History, 1980. Edited by Malcolm R. Sainty and Keith A Johnson.

SHIP'S INDENT. Spelling of the convict's names are the same as those recorded in the Ship's Indent. A number was often written along side a convict's name. This number related to a Ticket of Leave, Certificate of Freedom, Conditional Pardon or an Absolute Pardon but unfortunately it never specified which one or the date of issue.

SHIP'S LOG. India Office Records, London. IOR L/MAR/B 176B. Filmed June 1984. Copy held at Mitchell Library, Sydney.

St MATTHEWS CHURCH of ENGLAND, Windsor NSW. St Matthews Church of England Windsor NSW Parish Registers 1810 to 1856. A complete Transcription. Published by ; Lake Macquarie Family History Group Inc. P.O. Box 3046 Teralba. N.S.W. 2284, Australia.

TASMANIAN ARCHIVES, Record NS105/1/1. Articles of Agreement for the Providence. SRNSW. State Records of New South Wales.

UEBEL, Lesley. The Port Jackson Convicts Anthology CD.

ERRORS AND OMISSIONS. All care has been taken in ensuring the accuracy of the information relating to the convicts and associated persons arriving on the Providence sailing of 1810-11. If there are inaccuracies please let me know so I can correct them as I make no warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied in relation to it. In all cases the original documents should be referred to.