The 13-year-old convict: Archibald Finlay
- HMS Euryalus website http://www.euryalus.org.uk/hist-1st.htm
- Ives, George (2003) History of Penal Methods: Criminals, Witches, Lunatics (Kessinger), p.126
- Scotland’s People, O.P.R. Births 644/010210 0158 Glasgow, 1814, Archibald Finlay.
- Scotland’s People, O.P.R. Births 644/010220 0089 Glasgow, 1818, Joan Finlay. Note: Joan later went by Johanna.
- Shore, Heather, “Transportation, penal ideology and the experience of juvenile offenders in England and Australia in the early nineteenth century,” 81-102. Article in Crime, History & Societies VOL. 6, N°2, 2002 accessed 1 November 2016 https://chs.revues.org/416
- State Records Authority of New South Wales, New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842, Lady Harewood 1831. Via Ancestry.com.
- State Records Authority of New South Wales, New South Wales, Australia, Gaol Description and Entrance Books, 1818-1930. Via Ancestry.com.
- Sydney Living Museums, Hyde Park Barracks Museum, Stories – Convict Hulks accessed 1 November 2016 http://sydneylivingmuseums.com.au/stories/convict-hulks
- The National Archives, Kew, England, Australian Convict Transportation Registers – Other Fleets & Ships, 1791-1868, Lady Harewood. Class: HO 11. Via Ancestry.com.
- The National Archives, Kew, England, UK, Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books, 1802-1849, ships Retribution and Euryalus. Via Ancestry.com.
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Escape from reality: Agnes Finlay (nee McGown)
- Family History at the Mitchell, Police Return of 1038 destitute persons within the City of Glasgow, March 1841. Accessed 14 February 2016 via http://www.glasgowfamilyhistory.org.uk.
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