ELEANOR RICE
Convict: arrived in the colony on the ship, NORTHHAMPTON, on the 18th June 1815 Sailed 01 Jan 1815 Portsmouth
Details of the ship:
One voyage only as a convict ship, 548  tons, built 1801 at the Thames -
Master: John O. Tween.  Four  of the 110  convict passengers  died on the voyage.

Aka:  Eleanor Rice, Ellen Welsh, Ellen CUSHION
Birth Date: About 1793 Birth Place: Limerick, Ireland
Death Date: 30 Nov 1874 Death Place: Mittagong, New South Wales
Burial Date: 3 Dec 1874
Burial Place: Lower Mittagong, New South Wales
Religion: RC

Notes:
Tried 20 Apr 1814 Middlesex
arrived 18 Jun 1815 per Northampton - convict

see "The Women of Botany Bay" Portia Robinson p71
"...convicted of breaking, entering and stealing. Rice pleaded ; I was in distress.... my husband had left me.

1815 Jun 19
On list of female convicts on board the "Northampton"; listed as Ellinor (Reel 6045; 4/1732 p 159)

1815 Jun 23
On list of convicts disembarked from the "Northampton" to be employed at the Factory at Parramatta (Reel 6004; 4/3494 p103)

Medical:
arr per Northampton 1815 Tried Middlesex 20 Apr 1814

Research:
BIRTH                 Reg
MARRIAGE        1815 CofE Parramatta 1849 v3A or 729 v147B as Eleanor Rice
DEATH                Reg 1874 Berrima 3979 died Mittagong. New South Wales.

Marriage Date: 30 Oct 1815 Marriage Place: St John's, Parramatta, New South Wales

Children: Elizabeth
 Sarah
 Jane
 Eleanor
 William
 John
 John
 James

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