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Colonial Secretaries Letters to the Sherriff – USB


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Index to NSW Colonial Secretary’s Office Copies of Letters sent to the Sheriff5 July 1828 31 December 1850
SRNSW 4/3896 -4/3902 Microfilm Reels 1062 –1065

It contains over 12,500 names! There are names of convicts, free settlers, judges/jurors, doctors, soldiers and references to ships and Colonial establishments (including the Penal Settlements operating during this time).
Many of the letters were written as a result of Quarter Session and Supreme Court trials, so include reoffending convicts as well as free persons and those born in the colony.
Each entry indicates the contents of the letter and the date it was written.
This should not be confused with the Colonial Secretary’s Correspondence, which deals with matters handled by the Colonial Secretary of the Colony.

Convict Connections