Let's follow George Spray. He was married to Joseph's sister Sarah Buck.
|Nottinghamshire Parish Registers: Broxtowe Wapentake, Langar, in Bingham Wapentake, Bunny, in Rushcliffe Wapentake|
Here is a timeline I was able to find via NSW State Records
SPRAY, George. Per "Earl Spencer", 1813 1813 Oct 14 Hosier. On list of convicts disembarked from "Earl Spencer" and forwarded to Revd Samuel Marsden at Parramatta for distribution (Reel 6002; 4/3491 p.561) 1818 Servant to Revd Samuel Marsden. Petition for mitigation of sentence (Fiche 3190; 4/1856 p.251) 1818 Jan 5,6 Servant to Revd Marsden. Re permission to marry at Parramatta (Reel 6005; 4/3497 p.276) 1823 Apr 5 On return of allotments in the town of Parramatta (Fiche 3265; 4/7576 p.18) 1825 Oct 19 Married to Harriet Collins alias Hill. Memorial of his wife for an allotment (Fiche 3124; 4/1840C No.146 p.807)
George Spray was convicted of frame breaking in Nottingham on July 15, 1812 and sentenced to 14 years. I have found all the images of his ship voyages as a convict. Now if I could only find the marriage certificate for him and Sarah Buck, her death record, and George's death record I will be happy.