Thank you for the several responses.
I have trawled through the NSW State Archives, also those available at the State Library of Victoria. the Genealogical Society of Victoria, Ancestry and Family Search. I have not previously asked about this particular matter so far as I can find in the several boxes of documents that I have on this part of my family. So far as travelling to the Island I have longed to do this however as a pensioner within a week of turning 80 I am unlikely to get there.
My Manx Notebook disk will not open but I do know that my G.G.G.Grandmother was named Mary Lynchey in several documents, on the Transcript of the Trial, the Convict Indent for the Mary (III) and documents created here in Australia. Hampton Creer [“Never To Return”} acknowledged in a letter to me that her name was in fact “Sarah”.
Yes Frances I have been at it for well over a decade. I have found that there are some Castle Rushen records at Kew, however they are not indexed and I am not certain whether they include prisoner details for the 1833 to 1835 time period.
I will keep searching. Thank you all once again.