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HADFIELD / HATFIELD

 

Convicts transported to the colonies of New South Wales and Van Diemen’s Land (Tasmania), Australia

 

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Amelia Hatfield

Wife of John Hatfield, deceased.  Found guilty in Middlesex Crown Court on 25 May 1814 and transported to New South Wales on board the Northampton.  Arrived Sydney 19 June 1815 and sent to work at Parramatta together with her three children, John, Harriet and Thomas.

Ann Hadfield

Wife of Joseph Hadfield who was transported aboard the Malabar.  Ann was convicted at Chester, Cheshire 12 January 1829 and transported to Van Dieman’s Land aboard the Lady of the Lake departing London 6 June 1829, arriving 1 November 1829.

Charles Hadfield

Convicted at Chester, Cheshire 23 March 1833 and departed England 7 March 1834 aboard the Susan for New South Wales arriving 17 July 1834.

Daniel Hadfield

Aged 37, sentenced at Lancaster Assizes 24 October 1831 to be transported to New South Wales for 7 Years.  Departed 23 July 1832 aboard the Parmelia.

Daniel Hatfield

Aged 28 of Digby, Lancashire.  Found guilty at Lincolnshire Assizes on 3 March 1832 of breaking and entering a shop and sentenced to 14 years.  Transported aboard the Circassion arriving in Hobart Town, Van Dieman’s Land in 1833.

Emma Hadfield

Sentenced at Lancaster, Lancashire to be transported to Van Dieman’s Land.  Departed London 11 February 1848 aboard the Elizabeth & Henry, arriving 30 June 1848

James Hadfield

Convicted at Lancaster, Lancashire 9 July 1838 and sentenced to be transported to New South Wales.  Departed England 12 November 1838 aboard the John Barry.

James Smith Hadfield

Convicted at Lancaster, Lancashire 10 January 1831 and transported aboard the William Glen Anderson departing London 2 June 1831, arriving 1 November 1831

James Hatfield

Aged 20, labourer of Barton-on-Humber, tried at Lincolnshire Assizes on 25 July 1840 and found guilty of breaking and entering.  Sentenced to 10 years (?), he was transported aboard the Asia to Hobart Town, Van Dieman’s Land, arriving in 1841.

John Hadfield

Transported aboard the Baring arriving 15 September 1815 and sent to Liverpool

John Hadfield

Convicted at Woolwich, London 20 September 1819 and transported aboard the Neptune arriving Sydney 28 July 1820 and sent to Parramatta.  Obtained a Certificate of Freedom in 1826.

John Hadfield

Convicted at Lancaster, Lancashire 23 October 1837 to be transported to New South Wales.  Departed England 24 March 1838 aboard the Bengal Merchant.

Joseph Hadfield

Husband to Ann Hadfield who was transported aboard the Lady of the Lake.  Joseph was transported aboard the Malabar departing England 18 June 1821 for Van Dieman’s Land.

Joseph Hadfield

Convicted at Chester, Cheshire 18 October 1830 and transported to New South Wales departing England 21 March 1831 aboard the Camden.

Joseph Hadfield

Aged 27, tried and found guilty at York Assizes, Yorkshire on 12 July 1834 and sentenced to transportation for life.  Departed England 6 July 1835 for New South Wales aboard the Mary Ann II

Nicholas Hatfield

Transported aboard the General Hewitt in 1814.  Subsequently sent to Newcastle aboard the General Hewitt on 24 May 1815.

Robert Pownall Hadfield

Transported aboard the Marion Watson arriving 1 August 1839.  Moved to New South Wales on Gulnare

Samuel Hadfield

Convicted at Chester, Cheshire 23 March 1837 to be transported to Van Dieman’s Land.  Departed Woolwich, London aboard the Moffatt 27 October 1837 arriving 1 April 1838.

Samuel Hadfield

Tried, found guilty and sentenced at Chester Assizes to be transported.  Together with Francis Barlow, John Gee, Isaac Hall, William Turner, Alexander Hewitt and William Lancaster Sampson.  Samuel boarded the Captivity in Portsmouth Harbour 10 February 1802

Thomas Hadfield

Convicted at Chester, Cheshire 10 April 1822.  Transported aboard the Princess Royal departing England 28 September 1822 arriving Sydney 17 March 1823 and sent to Bathurst.  From April to July of 1823 Thomas accompanied Alan Cunningham as packhorse leader on expeditions into the interior.  On 18 May 1824 he petitioned to have his family sent out from England at government expense.  By November 1825, Thomas was a convict in the service of George Marshall of Sydney.

Thomas Hadfield

Born 1785/86 son of Thomas and Sarah.  Convicted of murder 9 August 1834 at Lancaster, Lancashire and transported along with his son, William, aboard the Norfolk departing Sheerness 14 May 1835.  Arriving Van Dieman’s Land 28 August 1835.  Thomas was a widower with 7 children and a gardener by trade.  Believed to have been transferred to New South Wales in 1836 dying in 1846.

William Hadfield

Convicted at Lancaster Assizes on 9 August 1834 and sentenced to be transported for life.  Departed London 7 October 1837 aboard the Neptune arriving Hobart Town 18 January 1838.  Subsequently, in March 1846, William sought permission to marry Caroline Toney.  Both resided in Hobart Town, Van Dieman’s Land.

William Hadfield

Convicted at York, Yorkshire 7 August 1822.  Departed England aboard the Albion 17 May 1823 arriving Van Dieman’s Land 21 October 1823.

William Hadfield

Convicted Lancaster, Lancashire 9 August 1834 and sentenced to life, aged 19.  A butcher by trade, William departed Sheerness aboard the Norfolk (Capt. Miller) 14 May 1835 arriving Van Dieman’s Land 28 August 1835.  Transported along with his father, Thomas.

William Hatfield

 

 

Tried at Maidstone, Kent 18 March 1785 for assault with intent to rob.  He was sentenced to transportation to New South Wales for 7 years and left England with the First Fleet in May 1787 on board the Alexander.  He was aged about 30 and died in 1793 from “taking intemperately of the American rum”.