The Alexander departed Ireland on 4th November 1815 and sailed via Rio de Janeiro.
Margaret Donolan died 20th January 1816;
Jane Reid died 20th November 1816
Anne Talbot died 22nd January 1816. 
John W. Hallion was also employed as surgeon on the convict ship
Isabella in 1818.
2). Dougald McFarlane - arrived free on the Alexander. Later is mentioned in the Colonial Secretary's correspondence as being a prisoner at Newcastle - sent in 1819 and employed there for five years.
3). Some of the women who remained in New South Wales and were later mentioned in the Colonial Secretary's Correspondence include:
Anne Birking. Arrived as Anne Ellis, wife of Richard Birking. Tried in Tipperary. Requesting permission to marry in 1819
Catherine Clarke - Tried in Cork City in 181Resident at Evan in 1824. Married Michael Burke c. 1820 at Parramatta
Isabella Davies - Servant to Mr. Chalker. Requesting permission to marry at Parramatta in 1818
Agnes Foley - Tried in Dublin City in 1814. In 1823 requested permission to proceed to Port Dalrymple to join the service of Lieut. Thomson
Mary Foy (Stott) - Tried in Dublin City in 1814. On the list of prisoners sent to Newcastle in 1819 and 1821
Catherine Goff - Tried in Drogheda in 1815. On the list of prisoners sent to Newcastle in 1817. Requesting permission to marry in 1818
Catherine Hall - On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle in 1821
Bridget Lamb - Tried in Dublin City in 1815. Sent to the Derwent and transported to Newcastle in 1818
Mary Martin - Tried in Dublin City in January1815. Country servant aged 22. Correspondence re loss of certificate of freedom in 1824
Margaret Perry - Tried in Meath in 1815. On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle in May 1816. Requesting to marry at Parramatta in 1820
Margaret Poole - On list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle in Nov. 1817
Margaret Rochfort - Tried in Cork City in 1815. Affidavit re loss of certificate of freedom in 1824
Mary Smith - Tried in Dublin City in 1815. Correspondence re permission to marry John Ferguson at Windsor in 1816 and re permission to marry Owen Divine at Sydney in 1817.
Martha Wales - Tried in Co. Down in 1815. Employed in the Female Factory in August 1817. Re permission to marry at Parramatta in 1817 and 1820
Ann Ward - Tried in Dublin City in 1815. Instructions that she be re-landed from the Kangaroo and not sent to VDL in April 1816. Requesting permission to marry at Liverpool in 1819.
Approximately 1,415 prisoners arrived in NSW in 1816.