I think I may have stumbled upon your Irish ancestor in the search for my Irish roots.
Below is a database entry in the Transportation database of the National Archives of Ireland. Go to the following website http://www.nationalarchives.ie/search01.html and do a search on "James Nowland". You will get the database record shown at the end of this message.
In essence, a Patrick Hobins living in Tullow, county Carlow (between 1818-1828) had taken in the wife of a James Nowland who had been "transported" to Australia on the ship Guilford in 1818.
I hope this may be of interest to you and let me know if you have any Nolan/Nowlans in your family trees.
(maintainer of "Nolan Clan in Canada" website
at http://www.attcanada.ca/~rnowlan/clan/index.htm )
Record 2 of 2
SURNAME: NOWLAND OTHER NAMES: JAMES
AGE: 0 SEX: M ALIAS:
PLACE OF TRIAL: Co. Carlow TRIAL DATE:
PLACE OF IMPRISONMENT: DOCUMENT DATE:
SHIP: GUILDFORD, 1818
DOCUMENT REFERENCES: FS 1828 2
List of prisoners of the Crown in the colony of New South Wales who solicit the
favour of having their wives and families sent out to them. Wife residing with
Mr. Patrick Hobins, Tallow, Co. Carlow.
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