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Norman Morrison, a barque 529 tons, Captain Edward Owens, departed London 23 April, Plymouth 5 May, 1865 arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 21 August 1865.
(NOTE this passenger list published before the ship docked in Port Adelaide. see Trove or the Ships List for later passenger lists, (links below) janilye )
Robert and Mary Creeton.
Charles, Elizabeth, Matta, Mary, John, Andrew, and Elizabeth Currie.
Hugh, Betsy, Hugh, Jane, Annie, and Mary Harrigan.
Richard and Mary Sager. Denis Healy. Daniel Murphy. Charles Short.
Harriet Roddis. Elizabeth Norris. Wm. D. Morris.
William, Jane, Joshua, Thomas, and William Allen,
William and Elizabeth Andrews. George, Mary, Mary, and
Henry Burgess. William, Betsy, and Mary A. Chapman.
William and Margaret Curnow. James and Ellen Clark.
William, Ellen, and Michael Cenose.
Stepben, Sarah, and Caroline Coleman. Daniel, Mary, and Wlnnifred Davies.
Alfred and Ann Day. James, Hannah, Robert, and Hannah Dickson.
John, Elizabeth, John, William, Elizabeth, and Eliza Dyson.
Jacob, Mary and Jacob Evans. James and Sarah Edwards. Thomas Sweeny.
Josiah, Mary and Thomas Edwards. Thomas, Catherine and Emily Edwards.
James, Mary, George, Louisa, and Hannah Ernest.
Adam, Helen, Henry. Agnes, and Archibald Erskine.
Robert, Hannah, and Lucy French. Henry, Jane, Lucy, and Henry Ferris.
John, Sarah, Rosa, and Edward French. Wm. S. and Nancy Grey.
James, Mary, and Matilda Green.
Thomas, Helen, Thomas. Barbara, and Alexander Gillies.
William T., Clarina, and Clarina Hicks. William, Elizabeth and William Harvey.
George, and Mary Harris. John, Ann, Emily, Ellen, and Edith Haines.
Henry, Ellen, Patrick, and Joshua Hardy. William, Eliza, Eliza, and William Halse.
William, Emma, Alfred, Nimrod and Mary Jones. Samuel and Ann Lawrence.
George, Jane, Amelia and George Maddon. John and Elizabeth Matthews.
William, Agnes. Emily, Elizabeth, William, Charles, and Esther Samuel, Edgar, Mary, and Eliza Smith.
Richard and Emma Thomas. John and Mary A. Tohivell
Philip, Jane, and Alfred Toithy. John Cunnear. Robert Brown, John Burgess.
Edward Cludgey. John Connell. Oliver Clark, William Campbell, John Collins. Robert Duncan.
Joseph Dowling. Solomon Downer. Albert Dyson. John Eustes. Francis Ford. Robert Fothergill.
William Goode, Edward Harvey. William Reddy, Richard Higman. Charles Haslock.
Michael Hallett. Job Hughes. James Haslake, James Wing. Eli Lethbuck,
John Lindsay.Daniel Luer, Samuel Morgan, James Martin, John Martin. Donald McKenzie.
George Maggs. John Moy. Isaac and George Napper. Charles and David Rennage.
James Rowe, Andrew Scott, William Sharp, Joshua Sanders. George Starks, Allan Smith.
Henry Stincombe, John Spencer, Edward Thomas, William Trembath, Wm. Warren.
Selina Andrews. Jemima Atkins. B. Barker. Fanny Brown, Ann and Harriet Dyson.
Elizabeth Edwards. Ellen Salt, Mary C. Jones. Hannah Jones. Emma Knight.
Ellen, Emily, Jane. and Magarey Martin. Margaret McDonald. Fanny Nicholls.
Caroline Neale, Mary C. Watt. Thomas Revil. Mary Madden.
English : adults, 132;
children between 1 and 12, 33;
children between 1 and 12, 15;
Irish: adults, 2.
Total, 226 - - equal to 192 statute adults.
The South Australian Advertiser
Thursday 13 July 1865
The Ships List
At the annual meeting for the purpose of
licensing public houses in the Buckinghamshire
division of the island, held at the Session's
house in Hobart town, on Tuesday last,
the Justices approved of new licenses being
issued on the 29th inst. to the following 57
persons, in addition to those formerly licensed,
Henry Bye, Man of War, Argyle street—
Robert Ballantyne, Glasgow Wine and Spirit
Vaults, Elizabeth street-John Boaden, Tas-
manian Whaler, Campbell street-William
Beazley, Queen's Head, Goulburn street
James Chorley, Hope and Anchor, Macquarie
street-Reuben Chapman, St. George and the
Dragon, Elizabeth street-James Dickson,
Blue Bell, Murray street-Joseph Duval and
Luke Marten, Elephant and Castle, St. Pa-
trick street-Peter Dudgeon, Dudgeon's Cel-
lars, Elizabeth street-Napoleon Gilbert,
Beachcroft Arms, Liverpool street-John
Hook, Tasmanian Wine Vaults, Bathurst st.
-Thomas Johnson, Verandah Wine Vaults,
Elizabeth street -James Jeffrey, Cabinet-mak-
er's Arms, do.-James Lear, Albion, Welling-
ton bridge-Ann Morrisey, Dallas Arms,
New town road-Thomas Mason sen. Whale
Fishery, Elizabeth street-Alexander M'Leod,
Blue Bells of Scotland, Murray street-Pa-
trick M'Cabe, Labour-in-Vain, Campbell.
street-Charles Probin, Cock and Magpie,
Warwick street-Richard Ray, White Con-
duit-house, Liverpool street-James Roberts,
Golden Cross, do.-James Shaw, Talbot,
Hunter street-John Solomon, William the
Fourth, Liverpool street;-John Sweep, White
Lion, Campbell street-Judah Solomon, Al-
bemarle Head, Liverpool street.—James Wood
and Archibald Menzies, Commercial Wine and
Spirit Cellars, Wharf-William Wiggins,
Paul Pry, do.-Bernard Walford, King George;
In the Country.
Thomas Allwright, Plough, Hamilton & New
Norfolk road-Francis Bryant, Tasmanian
Hotel, Bagdad-Charles. Barker, Bush Ta-
vern, New Norfolk - James Bonney, Cove
Inn, Herdsman's Cove - William Briscoe,
Tasmanian Arms, Sorell - Peter Bodwen,
Adam and Eve. New town bridge - Henry
Bridger, Fairfield house, River Plenty road,
-Thomas Burrel, Plough & harrow, Bothwell
- Peter Buchanan, Union, Kangaroo point
-John Edward Cox, York & Albany Hotel,
Oatlands-George Craig, Man of Ross, Ross
bridge - John Collins, Horse and Groom,
Hamilton-John Fergusson, Traveller's rest,
Waterloo point-Thomas Field, Cape of Good
Hope, Black marsh - George Govett, Hester-
combe Inn, Glenarchy-William Guest, Can-
terbury Inn, Hollow-tree bottom, near Oat-
lands-William Hobbs, Barley mow, Hollow-
tree, Bothwell district-William Jarritt,
Bridge, Richmond-Edward Maum, Horse
& Groom, Clarence plains - Philip Mills, Fox
Inn, Black snake - Horatio William Mason,
Mason's Hotel, New Norfolk - Joseph
M'Ewan, Inverary Castle, Oatlands-Ewan
Mc Donald, Rocks, New Norfolk-Daniel
O'Connor, Kenmore arms, St. Peter's pass
George Page, Bath Inn, Lemon springs -
William Joseph Ring, Richmond Hill Wine
Vaults, New Norfolk-Jonathan Stevens,
Talbot, New Norfolk-Thomas Spicer, King
William the 4th, Marsh farm, New Norfolk
Licences were also granted for the steam
vessels 'Governor Arthur' and 'Surprise'.
The following is a list of those who have not
obtained a renewal of their licences:-Mrs.
Wilson, Thomas Kerr, William Tisdale, Li-
verpool street. Robert Frost, Mercer Lud
gater, Robert Makepeace, Elizabeth street,
Thomas Shadwick, Sandy bay, Charles Rob-
ins, O'Brien's bridge, John Davidson, Kan-
garoo point, Daniel Long, Sorell town,
Thomas Buckley, Hobart town.
DUPEN or DUPIN.
Convict Index from nsw State Records
Select Surname Firstname Alias Vessel Year No Date RecordType Citation Remarks
DUPEN John - Hooghly 1834 45/1118 15 Dec 1845 Ticket of Leave Passport [4/4260; Reel 974] Ticket of Leave 44/0448; On the recommendation of the Penrith Bench
DUPEN John Hooghley 1834 49/0109 27 Apr 1849 Certificate of Freedom [4/4412; Reel 1026] TL 47/779
DUPEN John Hooghley 1834 44/448 Ticket of Leave [4/4185; Reel 951] District: Parramatta; Tried: London GD
DUPEN John Hooghley 1834 47/ 779 Ticket of Leave [4/4213; Reel 960] District: Bathurst; Born: London; Trade: Bakers boy; Tried: London GD
The above 'John' is not found in records again but a George Dupen turns up in Bathurst and marries a Mary Reid at the Presbyterian Church Bathurst.
NSW.BDM. MARRIAGES: 451/1849 V1849451 79
DUPEN GEORGE REID MARY JI
[Bathurst Free Press,Saturday 9 April 1853.
On Wednesday, 30th March, Mrs. DUPEN,
of a DAUGHTER.] I cannot find a registration for this daughter, only for the following - James and Margaret, which are Christening records.
3665/1853 V18533665 39A DUPEN JAMES R GEORGE MARY
2355/1851 V18512355 37A DUPEN MARGARET E GEORGE MARY
And registered as DUPIN 2 marriages in Wellington
*5112/1878 DUPIN JASON R GAGE MARY P WELLINGTON
*5112/1878 DUPIN JAMES RICHARD SAGE MARY PAULINE R WELLINGTON
3210 1899 DUPIN Mary Pauline Raymond DUPIN James Richard
( I tagged a few things in TROVE about James Richard Dupin, he deserted Mary Pauline. Trove might be the best place to find information
George dies 15 April 1856 in Bathurst aged 45.
[Bathurst Free Press, Wednesday 16 April 1856
On the morning of the 15th inst., at his residence in Bentinck-street, Mr. George Dupen,
aged 45 years.]
NSW.BDM. DEATHS: 1617/1856 DUPEN GEORGE GEORGE MARY A BATHURST
CONVICT DEATH State Records of NSW DUPIN
DUPIN John -
Hooghley 15/04/1856 [4/4549; Reel 690 Page 064] District/Parish: Bathurst. vide letter 57/105
DUPIN John -
Hooghley 15/04/1856 Convict Death Register [4/4549; Reel 690 Page 064] District/Parish: Bathurst. vide letter 57/105
I have no doubt that this John DUPEN/DUPIN who arrived on the Hooghley
The Hooghley was built in London in 1819. She transported convicts to New South Wales in 1825, 1828, 1831 and 1834.
Title: John Dupen, one of 260 convicts transported on the Hooghley, 25 July 1834.
Details: Sentence details: Convicted at London Gaol Delivery for a term of 14 years on 10 April 1834.
Date of Departure: 25 July 1834.
Place of Arrival: New South Wales.
Source: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 90, Class and Piece Number HO11/9, Page Number 411 (207)
Author/Creator: Great Britain. Home Office.; State Library of Queensland.
Subjects: Dupen, John;
Convicts -- Australia -- Registers;
Australia -- Genealogy
Publisher: Canberra A.C.T. : Australian Joint Copying Project
Is Part Of: Criminal : Convict transportation registers [HO 11]
Record number: 1039235
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