THE 1788 - 1820 PIONEERS ASSOCIATION

THE PEOPLE IN THE LIFE AND TIMES OF LACHLAN AND ELIZABETH MACQUARIE

Alexander Curry

Born: c1786
Arrived Sydney: 9th January 1821.

Vessel: Prince Regent.
Status: Convict - Life.
Occupation:
Hostler and labourer.
Married: Maria Wade on the 16th May 1825 at St Thomas' Church, Port Macquarie, N.S.W.
Died:
Buried:

Profile:
Arrived towards the end of the Macquarie era.

Between the 1822 General Muster and June 1823, Alexander was the Government servant of several settlers. In June 1823
he was sentenced to 3 years in Port Macquarie where he married Maria Wade. No children have been found.

After Alexander returned to Sydney he was again in goal and sentenced in May 1827 to 3 months in an iron gang. He worked
in various gangs including Road Party 14 on the Great North Road.

Researched and submitted by Association Member, Fay O''Donnell.

Reference:
Census of New South Wales, November 1828.

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