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Offline Dundee

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Re: passenger list "Stebonheath" 1858
« Reply #9 on: Friday 18 June 10 13:15 BST (UK) »
Oh, good guess then  ;D  Just read your other posts re Patrick  ::)
A bit more info


Patrick KINSELA
John Barry  Arr. 1821 (7 year sentence, tried Dublin)
Cert of Freedom 1827 (renewed 1831, and 1837 - mutilated)
Tailor
Born 1803
Native of Queens County
Married Mary SLATTERY 1831 (she was still serving her sentence)

Patrick KINSELA
Forth Arr. 1833 (7 year sentence)
Cert of Freedom 1850 (must have committed colonial offence/s)
Farm servant

Patrick KINSELA
Dorothy Arr 1821 (7 year sentence)
Government employed at Parramatta in 1825

Sorry to add to your woes but you missed another possible two......

(I like this one)
Eliza  Arr. Port Jackson from Dublin via Hobart 24 Nov 1833
Patrick KINCHELA, no age, Clerk, native of Ireland (travelled as a cabin passenger, so a bit better off than the other immigrants)

Patrick KINSELLA
Phoenix Arr. 1826 (7 year sentence)
1828 census:
aged 25
assigned to Mr PENDRAY, Sydney
Holding a ticket of leave

Re previous post http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php/topic,386992.0.html  I had a look at the record of the Margaret arriving 1831 and there only appears to be Governor Bourke, his family and entourage listed as passengers.  It was carrying merchandise and no mention of immigrants or convicts.  No Kinsela or variations.

Debra

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Re: passenger list "Stebonheath" 1858
« Reply #10 on: Saturday 19 June 10 07:16 BST (UK) »
You can see why we haven't gone back any further on Patrick. He was the 1st chief police constable in Queanbeyan and the Queanbeyan Police of today have been trying to put their family history together & I have given them what I have. Unfortunately we can't work out which Patrick Kinsela is the correct one. I have spoken to qualified historians & history librarians in Canberra and the answer is keep researching.
Something I did come up with was that PK applied to buy land in Queanbeyan (none registered with Dept. lands - Sydney) but in his application it asked how long in the colony and rather than giving a ship or date he said arrived with the late governor. So if that means a governor who has died or he was the one who was replaced ?????
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Re: passenger list "Stebonheath" 1858
« Reply #11 on: Wednesday 19 June 19 14:02 BST (UK) »
I am a direct descendant of George Loughborough, Ellen (Helen) Loughborough's brother.

George and his wife Elizabeth raised my great grannie, Kate Loughborough.

Martin
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