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Jeffery Curwood on 23rd December, 2018 wrote of Thomas Pace:

Convicted at Supreme Court Hobart in 1854 for sheep stealing again. Sentenced to 4 years in Port Arthur and served 3.

Glen on 23rd December, 2018 wrote of Elizabeth Smith:

Elizabeth Smith was tried 27 Feb 1788 (age 16) at the Old Bailey and sentenced to death for a supposed part in the bashing and robbery of man at a St Giles boarding house. She was held in Newgate prison until a temporary respite from hanging in May 1789, at which time she was embarked on Lady Juliana for life transportation to NSW

Two months after arrival Elizabeth was transferred to Norfolk Island arriving in August 1790, and identified in victualling records as Elizabeth Smith II
Partnered first with James Grace, convict per Friendship 1788, having 2 children - Elizabeth b.1792, later Chipman, d.Jan 1831 VDL, and James b.1794, d. Nov 1826 VDL. The latter born after the death of his father.

Elizabeth partnered 2ndly with Samuel Free, convict per Salamander 1791, sometime after the death of James Grace in Nov 1793

With Samuel Free, Elizabeth had 5 more Children on Norfolk Island - Sarah(1797), Mary(1799), Susannah(1801), Samuel jnr(1804), he being middle named Grace apparently a tribute to the late husband. The last child born in Norfolk Island was Thomas born in 1806

Elizabeth embarked with Samuel Free and five children to the Derwent River per Porpoise in Dec 1807, where they were belatedly married on 23 Apr 1810. A final child, William, was born in Hobart c1812. Samuel died at Sandy Bay in Jun 1819 (age 49)

Elizabeth later settled at Clarence Plains (near Launceston) where she died on 22 June 1850, reported to be aged 75 years

Glen on 23rd December, 2018 wrote of Elizabeth Smith:

Tried 27 Feb 1788 (age 16) at the Old Bailey and sentenced to death for a supposed part in the bashing and robbery of man at a St Giles boarding house. Held in Newgate prison until a temporary respite from hanging in May 1789, at which time she was embarked on Lady Juliana for life transportation to NSW

Two months after arrival Elizabeth was transferred to Norfolk Island arriving in August 1790, and identified in victualling records as Elizabeth Smith II
Partnered first with James Grace, convict per Friendship 1788, having 2 children - Elizabeth b.1792, later Chipman, d.Jan 1831 VDL, and James b.1794, d. Nov 1826 VDL. The latter born after the death of his father.

partnered 2ndly with Samuel Free, convict per Salamander 1791, after the death of Grace (Nov 1793)

With Samuel Free, Elizabeth had 5 more Children on Norfolk Island - Sarah, Mary, Susannah, Samuel jnr. The latter middle named Grace as an apparent tribute to the late husband. The last child born in Norfolk Island was Thomas born in 1806

Elizabeth Embarked with Samuel and 5 children to the Derwent River per Porpoise in Dec 1807, where they were belatedly married in 1810. A final child, William, was born in Hobart c1812. Samuel died at Sandy Bay in Jun 1819 (age 49)

Elizabeth later settled at Clarence Plains (near Launceston) where she died 22 June 1850, reported to be aged 75 years

Iris Dunne on 23rd December, 2018 wrote of Thomas Allan:

The Proceedings of the Old Bailey
Thomas Allan,
Theft: simple larceny
21st October 1839
2725. THOMAS ALLAN was again indicted for stealing, on the 23rd of September, 1 jacket, value 6s., the goods of William Hollis; to which he pleaded

GUILTY . Aged 18.—
https://www.oldbaileyonline.org/browse.jsp?id=def1-2725-18391021&div=t18391021-2725#highlight

Iris Dunne on 23rd December, 2018 wrote of Thomas Allan:

Description List:- Aged 18, Trade: Waterman

Convicted: 21 October 1839 at the Old Bailey, London

The Proceedings of the Old Bailey
Thomas Allan, John Fitzroy
Theft: burglary
21st October 1839
2724. THOMAS ALLAN and JOHN FITZROY, alias Flinn , were indicted for burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling-house of John May, about the hour of twelve in the night of the 23rd of September, it Harmondsworth, with intent to steal, and stealing therein, 3 gowns, value 13s.; 5 frocks, value 5s.; 7 shirts, value 10s.; 2 sheets, value 5s.; 4 bedgowns, value 5s.; 4 pinafores, value 2s.; 3 caps, value 3.; 1 shawl, value 8s.; 1 pillow, value 5s.; and 2 pillow-cases, value 2s. his property; to which

ALLAN pleaded GUILTY . Aged 18.

FITZROY pleaded GUILTY . Aged 32.

Transported for Fifteen years.
https://www.oldbaileyonline.org/browse.jsp?id=def1-2724-18391021&div=t18391021-2724#highlight

Iris Dunne on 23rd December, 2018 wrote of John Fitzroy:

The Proceedings of the Old Bailey
Thomas Allan, John Fitzroy
Theft: burglary
21st October 1839
2724. THOMAS ALLAN and JOHN FITZROY, alias Flinn , were indicted for burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling-house of John May, about the hour of twelve in the night of the 23rd of September, it Harmondsworth, with intent to steal, and stealing therein, 3 gowns, value 13s.; 5 frocks, value 5s.; 7 shirts, value 10s.; 2 sheets, value 5s.; 4 bedgowns, value 5s.; 4 pinafores, value 2s.; 3 caps, value 3.; 1 shawl, value 8s.; 1 pillow, value 5s.; and 2 pillow-cases, value 2s. his property; to which

ALLAN pleaded GUILTY . Aged 18.

FITZROY pleaded GUILTY . Aged 32.

Transported for Fifteen years.
https://www.oldbaileyonline.org/browse.jsp?id=def1-2724-18391021&div=t18391021-2724#highlight

Glen on 23rd December, 2018 wrote of Elizabeth Smith:

Tried 27 Feb 1788 (age 16) at the Old Bailey and sentenced to death for a supposed part in the bashing and robbery of man at a St Giles boarding house. Held in Newgate prison until a temporary respite from hanging in May 1789, at which time she was embarked on Lady Juliana for life transportation to NSW

Two months after arrival Elizabeth was transferred to Norfolk Island arriving in August 1790, and identified in victualling records as Elizabeth Smith II
Partnered first with James Grace, convict per Friendship 1788, having 2 children - Elizabeth b.1792, later Chipman, d.Jan 1831 VDL, and James b.1794, d. Nov 1826 VDL. The latter born after the death of his father.

partnered 2ndly with Samuel Free, convict per Salamander 1791, after the death of Grace (Nov 1793)

d. 22 June 1850 (said to be aged 75 years) at Clarence Plains near Launceston VDL

Glen on 23rd December, 2018 wrote of Samuel Free:

Samuel Free was tried at the Old Bailey Middlesex on 22 Oct 1788, age 17, for stealing, on the 18th of October, one cotton handkerchief, value 1 s. the property of Samuel Rushart and sentenced to 7yrs transportation.

Transferred to Dunkirk Hulk in Plymouth Harbour from Newgate prison by Jan 1790, where he remained until transfer to Salamander transport at Plymouth in March 1791 for embarkation with the 3rd fleet to NSW. Arrived in the colony 21 Aug 1791

He is indexed as Samuel Tree in the State archives convict indents

Partnered with Elizabeth Smith (later Grace), convict per Lady Juliana 1790

By 1807 Samuel was maintaining 5 children on 50 acres of land on Norfolk island and had a 12ft by 10ft shingled house and a barn and was serving as a constable.

He left Norfolk Island with his family aboard HMS Porpoise in 1808 when the settlers were relocated to The Derwent River in VDL.

In VDL Samuel was granted 70 acres of land at Queensborough (near where the Casino & Derwentwater Ave is today). He served as a constable at Sandy Bay and on 23 Apr 1810 married Elizabeth.

When he died the Hobart Town Gazette reported he was “one of the oldest settlers from Norfolk Island and much beloved by his neighbours for his strict propriety of conduct during his long residence in this colony”

d.8th June 1819 (age 49) at Sandy Bay VDL

Iris Dunne on 23rd December, 2018 wrote of Charles Jordan:

Criminal Register: 6 April 1863, Offence: Entering a Dwelling House by night with intent to convict a Felony, Sentence: 6 months

Criminal Register: 17 October 1864, Offence: Larceny as Servant before convicted of Felony, Sentence: 7 years

D Wong on 22nd December, 2018 wrote of James Long:

Old Bailey:
JAMES LONG.
Breaking Peace: wounding.
12th August 1839
Verdict Guilty > unknown
Sentence Transportation

JAMES LONG was indicted for feloniously assaulting James Jennings, on the 29th of July, at St. Olave, Southward, and cutting and wounding him upon the chin and left side of the face and nose, with intent to maim and disable him.—2d COUNT, stating his intent to be to do him some grievous bodily harm.—3d COUNT, with intent to resist his lawful apprehension and detainer.

MR. PAYNE.conducted the Prosecution.

MARGARET NEYLAN. I live in Unicorn-yard, Tooley-street. The prisoner lived with me for seven years, off and on—he lived with me when he was sent to prison in July, 1838, for assaulting me and Kinsey, the officer—he came out of prison on the 5th of July last, and came to my house that night—I had a constable taking care of my house at the time, as I was away—on the 29th I was at my front-door, near upon two o’clock is the morning—I did not see the prisoner myself—he was in the next house—he got on the wash-house, and came over from the next house—when I went in doors I found him sitting down on a chair near the door—I said nothing to him, but he called me abusive names, caught hold of me by the throst, and tried to strangle me—he made a mark on my throat with holding it, and he struck me violently and knocked me down—I have marks of his violence now on my face and neck—I called out, “Murder” and “Police”—my son opened the door—he is nine years old—Jennings, the policeman, came in and caught hold of the prisoner—he got him away, and I got up stairs—I heard a great scuffle between them down stairs after I got up—I came down directly and s’aw them outside, both lying down in the kennel struggling together—I saw Mrs. Morgan pick up this knife about the spot where they were on the ground—I had seen it in the prisoner’s possession before, and know it is his knife—Jennings’s face was covered with blood.

Prisoner. She was beastly in liquor that night—she could not stand for liquor—Jennings was off his duty an hour and a half with her. Witness. I was not intoxicated—I had not been out! drinking with Jennings.

The trial continued….................

Prisoner’s Defence. On this night Jennings came to the door and knocked—I opened it—Margaret was up stairs—I let him in—he said, “What are you about?”—I said, “Nothing at all, she is drunk, but you have been with her, and are drunk too”—he said, “I am b—d if I will have your nonsense, you come out”—he took out his staff, dragged me out, knocked me down with his staff into the kennel, and fell on the top of me—I had no knife in my possession—the policeman said he saw two or three women over us with a knife in their hands, and now he denies it—I had no knife—I was knocked down senseless, and I used no knife.

GUILTY. Aged 33.— Transported for Fifteen Years.

The Old Bailey lists James as 33 years old, on his Indent (Ancestry) he is listed as 28.

Native Place: Surry.

Occupation: Painter.

James was illiterate, protestant, single, 5’7” tall, dark sallow and slightly pockpitted complexion, dark brown mixed with grey hair, blue to grey eyes, nose long and pockpitted, scar over outer corner of right eyebrow, back of right hand swollen from a fracture, slight scar inside left wrist.

1845: TOL, Goulburn.

Joanne Marie Seccombe on 22nd December, 2018 wrote of Richard Palmer:

married Elizabeth Tetley (sometimes Titley) 22 March 1810, Port Jackson, Australia

D Wong on 22nd December, 2018 wrote of John Ingram:

John Ingram was 36 years old on arrival.
Native Place: Montgomeryshire.

John could read, was protestant, single, 5’5¾” tall, sallow and freckled complexion, dark brown hair, hazel eyes, eyebrows meeting, small scar on left cheek, scar under left side of chin, nose inclining a little to the right side, three small moles on right side of neck, large scar back of left hand, nail of middle finger of left hand disfigured, scar on palm of right hand.

D Wong on 22nd December, 2018 wrote of William Lloyd:

William Lloyd was 20 years old on arrival.
Native Place: Liverpool

William was illiterate, protestant, single, 5’7¼” tall, ruddy and freckled complexion, light brown hair, dark grey eyes, S x W B x L on upper, star inside lower right arm, scar back of forefinger of right hand, man with bottle and glass in hands on upper, W inside lower left arm, scar on heel of left hand, three dots and scar between forefinger and thumb of same, blue ring on middle finger of same hand.

1845: TOL, Port Macquarie.

Iris Dunne on 22nd December, 2018 wrote of William Barrett:

Prison Hulk Ship Fortitude moored at Chatham, Received 14 July 1835, Convicted 2 July 1835 at Maidstone, Aged 37, Offence: Stealing 6 Hop Poles value 1/-, Tranferred 11 April 1836 VDL

Conduct Record:- Tried 2 July 1835, Transported for Stealing 5 Hop Poles value 1/-, Married 3 children, Died 30th April 1836 at Sea
https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON31-1-3$init=CON31-1-3p103

Description List No.2470, Dead
https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON18-1-13$init=CON18-1-13p145

Iris Dunne on 22nd December, 2018 wrote of William Barrett:

Conduct Record:- Tried 3rd July 1833 in York, Transported for Stealing Silver Spoons, Single, Stated this offence, Housebreaking, Free Certificate No.753, 1840
https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON31-1-5$init=CON31-1-5p129

Description List No.2071, Trade: Laborer, Aged 23
https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON18-1-15$init=CON18-1-15p189

D Wong on 22nd December, 2018 wrote of Samuel Corke:

24/12/1833 South Eastern Gazette Kent, England:
Richard Ashdown, 29, John Austen, 22, Samuel Cork, 18, charged with stealing one ewe lamb, the property of Mr. Dawes, at Marden—Ashdown, transported for life, Austen, discharged by proclamation.

Richard Ashdown arrived VDL per ‘John Barry’ 1834.

Samuel Corke was 18 years old on arrival in NSW, he was literate, protestant, single, 5’1” tall, brown complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, small hairy mole back of lower right (looks like) arm.

1843: TOL, Liverpool.
17/2/1846: TOL Passport, on the recommendation of the Tumut Bench.

1/2/1849: CP

D Wong on 21st December, 2018 wrote of Charles James:

Charles James was 19 years old on arrival.
Native Place: Sussex.

Charles was literate, single, 5’6” tall, sallow complexion, light brown hair, hazel eyes, lost a front tooth in upper jaw, scar top of right side of forehead, two moles on left side of neck, and one on right side, sun on upper, heart pierced with two darts, man, woman, ExL, CxJ and fish inside lower right arm, Charles James, born 1821, and man on upper, crucifix, INRI, man, skull and cross bones, I.H.S. inside lower left arm.

11/10/1841: Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Muswellbrook on a charge of absconding. Sent to Hyde Park Barracks.

17/10/1841: Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Hyde Park Barracks. To be returned to the Bench at Scone.

22/10/1841: Apprehended after absconding from Ward Stephens.

23/11/1841: Admitted to Scone lockup on a charge of absconding. Sentenced to 1 year in irons

1859: TOL, Ipswich; tried Maitland 1856.

D Wong on 21st December, 2018 wrote of John Jackson:

https://www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/ConvictsDetails.aspx?convict_id=2990
Convicts Details
John JACKSON
Alias:
n/a

Of:
Crowland

Occupation:
Labourer

Age:
27

Crime:
Killing a sheep, the property of Benjamin Cooke of Crowland, farmer, and stealing part of the carcass

Place of Crime:
Crowland

Court:
Holland Quarter Sessions

Trial Date:
08/07/1839

Sentence:
10 Years

Ship:
Maitland

Destination:
New South Wales

Transportation Date:
1840

Sources Used:
Trial documents

Other Remarks:
Sent to the Ganymede hulk. William Jackson, 38, was also convicted of the crime.

No ship found for William Jackson.

John Jackson was listed as being 29 years old on arrival.
Native Place: Lincolnshire.

Occupation: Painter.

John was literate, protestant, married with 1 male and 2 female children, 5’2½” tall, ruddy complexion, dark brown hair, dark hazel eyes, eyebrows partially meeting, breast hairy, scar on right knee.

John is not listed on the NSW Gov. Convict Records.

D Wong on 21st December, 2018 wrote of Francis Whitehead:

26/10/1836 Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England:
DERBYSHIRE OCTOBER SESSIONS.
MARK STOCKS, aged 26, and FRANCIS WHITEHEAD, aged 23, were charged with stealing, in the parish of Alfredton, a purse containing five half crown pieces, and one shilling in silver, the property of William Calladine.
William Calladine, was returning from Alfreton fair on the 1st of August, between ten and eleven o’clock at night, when he was stopped by three ment; one of them plaed his hand on his breast, put his hand into his breeches pocket, and took out his purse, containing five half crowns and one shilling, and then ran away.  Witness pursued and followed them down a lane; he caught Whitehead and took him to the Plough Inn, and Stocks followed him.  He then sent for a constable.  When he came, Stocks said he would rather pay the amount than have it said they had robbed hi, and he did so, but not in the same coin as that stolen.  Neither the purse nor any half crowns were found on them.
Joseph England, constable, took them into custody.
They neither of them offered any resistance.__Both Guilty.
Transported for seven years.

Mark Stocks was also on board the ‘Sarah’.

Francis Whitehead was 24 years old on arrival in VDL.
Native Place: Ipswich.

Francis was 5’8” tall, fresh complexion, reddish hair, no whiskers, blue eyes, black patch of hair on left side of hand.
Married with 2 children, Wife, Mary, at Nottingham.

17/6/1841: TOL
23/6/1843: CP
18/10/1843: COF (newspaper date).

25/3/1859 The Argus, Melbourne, Victoria:
Fined 10s. for drunkenness.

17/12/1859, The Star, Ballarat, Victoria:
Drunk, fined 10s.

No date of death found.

D Wong on 21st December, 2018 wrote of Mark Stocks:

26/10/1836 Derby Mercury Derbyshire, England:
DERBYSHIRE OCTOBER SESSIONS.
MARK STOCKS, aged 26, and FRANCIS WHITEHEAD, aged 23, were charged with stealing, in the parish of Alfredton, a purse containing five half crown pieces, and one shilling in silver, the property of William Calladine.
William Calladine, was returning from Alfreton fair on the 1st of August, between ten and eleven o’clock at night, when he was stopped by three ment; one of them plaed his hand on his breast, put his hand into his breeches pocket, and took out his purse, containing five half crowns and one shilling, and then ran away.  Witness pursued and followed them down a lane; he caught Whitehead and took him to the Plough Inn, and Stocks followed him.  He then sent for a constable.  When he came, Stocks said he would rather pay the amount than have it said they had robbed hi, and he did so, but not in the same coin as that stolen.  Neither the purse nor any half crowns were found on them.
Joseph England, constable, took them into custody.
They neither of them offered any resistance.__Both Guilty.
Transported for seven years.

Francis Whitehead was also on board the ‘Sarah’.

Mark Stocks was listed as 27 years old on arrival - his native place was Leeds.

Mark was 5’9½” tall, fresh complexion, dark hir, no whiskers, grey eyes, married, wife Ann at Leeds.

22/8/1840: Matthews/misconduct - to be returned to the service of the Ow???.

10/3/1841: TOL

2/5/1842: TOL/Misconduct - 14 days solitary.

9/6/1842: Susanna Mary Stock, born to Mark and Anne, at Hobart Town.

1/7/1842: CP

18/10/1842: Aged 32, married Ann Davis, aged 20 at Hobart.

1843: Free Certificate.

15/2/1845 Colonial Times, Hobart:
Caution.
MY Wife, ANN STOCKS, having left
my protection without any just cause or provocation, the Public are hereby cautioned not to trust her on my account, as I will not be answerable for any Debts she may contract.
MARK STOCKS.
Muddy Plains, Feb. 12, 1845. 259

19/5/1848: Frances Stocks, born Hobart.

1/9/1852: Steerage Passenger, from Hobart Town to Melbourne per ‘Thalia’.

Cannot locate his death but he apparently died in 1854.
Ann Stocks, aged 32, married George Somers, aged 30 on 29/9/1856 at Great Swanport.

Iris Dunne on 21st December, 2018 wrote of Louisa Lloyd:

The Proceedings of the Old Bailey
Theft: grand larceny
15th September 1825
Before Mr. Sergeant Arabin.

1467. LOUISA LLOYD was indicted for stealing, on the 27th of August , a hat, value 5 s.; two sheets, value 5 s.; a pillow-case, value 4 d.; two shirts, value 5 s.; a shift, value 2 s.; a cap, value 1 s.; a napkin, value 1 s.; a gown, value 3 s.; a set of bed curtains, value 3 s.; a pair of shoes, value 1 s., and a flat iron, value 6 d. , the goods of William Billing .

ANN BILLING . My husband’s name is William Billing - we live in Ray-street, Clerkenwell . The prisoner lodged in my house for about two months. On the 27th of August I missed an umbrella; I asked her about it; she at first denied it, but afterwards took a sheet off the bed, and got the umbrella from the pawnbroker; I then searched and missed the articles stated in the indictment: she had no authority to pawn them - she had had the linen to wash.

JOSEPH JOHN GOOD . I live with Mr. William Mote , pawnbroker, of Little Warner-street. I have some articles which the prisoner left at our house.

THOMAS LINSCOTT . I live with Mr. Croft, pawnbroker, Turnmill-street, Clerkenwell. I have a number of articles pawned by the prisoner, at different times.

WILLIAM REED . I am an officer. I took the prisoner and found some of the duplicates in her pocket.

(Property produced and sworn to.)

Prisoner. I intended to have returned them on the following Monday.

GUILTY . Aged 31.

Transported for Seven Years .
https://www.oldbaileyonline.org/browse.jsp?div=t18250915-276

Conduct Record:- Named Louisa Loyd, Trial 15 September 1825, Transported for Larceny, Single, Stated this Offence Pledging from my Lodgings, Married 2 children with me one b the other g my Husband dead 6 years
https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON40-1-5$init=CON40-1-5p305

Freed 26th October 1832, aged 38

Iris Dunne on 21st December, 2018 wrote of William Barrett:

Medical Journal: 9 December 1842 admitted with Enteritis, aged 19, Discharged and cured 12 January 1843

1846 Muster: Remarks: Hobart
1849 Muster: Holds Ticket of Leave

Iris Dunne on 21st December, 2018 wrote of William Barrett:

Criminal Register:- Aged 18, Offence: Housebreaking and Larceny, previous imprisonment for 1 week

Convict Indent No.8375, Trial 15 March 1842, aged 19, Protestant, can read and write, Single, Offence: Housebreaking - stealing money and clothes, previous offence of housebreaking
https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON14-1-14$init=CON14-1-14P201

Iris Dunne on 21st December, 2018 wrote of William Barrett:

Convicted:- 10 April 1834

The Proceedings of the Old Bailey
William Barrett
Theft: simple larceny
10th April 1834
644. WILLIAM BARRETT was indicted for stealing, on the 20th of March , 1 coat, value 5s. , the goods of Henry Creaton .

HENRY CREATON. I am a carpenter . On the 20th of March, about eight o’clock in the evening, my coat was in a cart belonging to Mr. Higginbotham - I left the cart, and stopped out four or five minutes - I then heard an alarm - I returned and saw the policeman who had my coat, and the prisoner - this is it.

JAMES WILD (police-constable R 141). I was going along and saw the prisoner and another go and look into the cart - the prisoner then took this coat out of the cart - he ran down Northumberland-alley - I pursued - he dropped the coat - I took him and the coat.

GUILTY . Aged 22. - Transported for Seven Years
https://www.oldbaileyonline.org/browse.jsp?div=t18340410-123

Prison Hulk ship Fortitude moored at Chatham, Received 6 May 1834, aged 22, Offence: Stealing a Coat, How disposed of: NSW 17 May 1834

Convict Indents:- No.34-1869, Died in General Hospital

NSW Death Register: Date of Death 15 September 1834, aged 22, Volume No.V18341761 18

Chris on 21st December, 2018 wrote of Louisa Lloyd:

Born ca 1792.  A widow transported with her daughter Eliza.  Married William Elliott in Launceston on 1 August 1831.  Supposed to have died ca 1849 but record can’t be found

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