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Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Mary Kavangh:

Irish Convict Database by Peter Mayberry.
Mary Kavanagh,  age 34, ship Southworth (3)(1832); tried at Wexford, 1830, 7 years for shoplifting.  widow.  Native of Wexford.  Trade -  Needlewoman all work. protestant. DOB 1798.

Sydney Gazette, 20 Dec 1832.
List of all female convicts assigned and transferred from the 1st to the 31st October 1832.
1667. Kavanagh Mary, Southworth, house servant, to Jane King, Parramatta

Ron Garbutt on 21st February, 2020 wrote of James Fearnley:

21 Feb 1836. Arrived in Van Diemen’s Land. (Tasmania)

Sources.

Detail
State Library of Queensland; South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 90, Class and Piece Number HO11/10, Page Number 209 (107)
Source Information
Title
Web: Australia, Convict Records Index, 1787-1867
Author
Ancestry.com

Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Judith Doude:

Irish Convict Database by Peter Mayberry.
Judith Doude, alias Dowd, age 16, ship Southworth (3)(1832); tried at Cavan, 1831, 7 years for stealing clothes.  Former conviction: 12 months. Single.  Native of Cavan Co.  Trade -  Nursemaid. catholic. DOB 1816.

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Sydney Gazette, 20 Dec 1832.
List of all female convicts assigned and transferred from the 1st to the 31st October 1832.
1630. Dowd Judith, Southworth, allwork, to Benjamin Young, Liverpool

Ron Garbutt on 21st February, 2020 wrote of James Fearnley:

Details for the ship Asia I (8) (1836)
Ship Name: Asia I (8) (Eighth voyage) 
Rig Type: S.
Built: Aberdeen
Build Year: 1819
Size (tons): 536
Voyage Details
Master: Thomas F. Stead
Surgeon: Peter Leonard
Sailed: 8 November 1835
From: Sheerness
Arrived: 21 February 1836
Port: PJ
Route:
Days Travel: 105
Convicts Landed: 288 males & 0 female convicts

Sources
Bateson, Charles & Library of Australian History (1983). The convict ships, 1787-1868 (Australian ed). Library of Australian History, Sydney : pp.362-363, 390
The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/10, pp.199-211

From Claim a Convict website:

http://www.hawkesbury.net.au/claimaconvict/shipDetails.php?shipId=611

Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Elizabeth Davies:

Sydney Gazette, 20 Dec 1832.
List of all female convicts assigned and transferred from the 1st to the 31st October 1832.
1618. DAVIES ELIZABETH, Harmony, allwork, to W. White, Parramatta.

Ron Garbutt on 21st February, 2020 wrote of James Fearnley:

5 Nov 1835 Departed on convict ship Asia 1 from Sheerness, England.

Source.
Detail
Class: HO 11; Piece: 10
Source Information
Title
Australian Convict Transportation Registers – Other Fleets & Ships, 1791-1868
Author
Ancestry.com

Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Charlotte Harrison:

Sydney Gazette, 20 Dec 1832.
List of all female convicts assigned and transferred from the 1st to the 31st October 1832.
1655. Harrison Charlotte, Harmony, wet nurse, to Dr. Rolland, 4th Regt., Parramatta.

Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Anne Mcnamara:

Irish Convict Database by Peter Mayberry.
Anne McNamara,  age 19, ship Palambam (1831); tried at Cavan, 1830, 7 years for robbery man.  Single.  Native of Sligo.  Trade -  Nurse girl. catholic. DOB 1812.
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Sydney Gazette, 20 Dec 1832.
LIST OF ALL FEMALE CONVICTS ASSIGNED AND TRANSFERRED FROM THE 1st TO THE 31st OCTOBER 1832.
1681. McNAMARA ANN, Palambam, needlewoman, to Robert Crawford, Prospect.

Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Margaret Ferguson:

Sydney Gazette, 20 Dec 1832.
LIST OF ALL FEMALE CONVICTS ASSIGNED AND TRANSFERRED FROM THE 1st TO THE 31st OCTOBER 1832.

1637. Fergusson Margaret, Palambam, house servant, to G. Coleman, Parramatta.

Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Mary Dunn:

Irish Convict Database by Peter Mayberry.
Mary Dunn, alias Dunne;  age 26, ship Palambam (1831); tried at Belfast Antrim Co, 1830, 7 years for robbery man.  Single.  Native of Carrickfergus Antrim Co.  Trade -  Nurse maid. catholic. DOB 1805.

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Sydney Gazette, 20 Dec 1832.
LIST OF ALL FEMALE CONVICTS ASSIGNED AND TRANSFERRED FROM THE 1st TO THE 31st OCTOBER 1832.
1627. Dunn Mary, Palambam, general servant, to Ellen Rochester, Sydney

Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Eliza Doyle:

Irish Convict Database by Peter Mayberry.
Eliza Doyle;  age 24, ship Palambam (1831); tried at Dublin, 1830, 7 years for stealing cloak.  1 former conviction. Single.  Native of Wicklow.  Trade -  Housemaid. catholic. DOB 1807. Colonial sentence.
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Sydney Gazette, 20 Dec 1832.
LIST OF ALL FEMALE CONVICTS ASSIGNED AND TRANSFERRED FROM THE 1st TO THE 31st OCTOBER 1832.
1651. Doyle Eliza, Palambam, wash and iron, to James Brown, Sydney Glebe

Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Ellen Hurley:

Old Bailey Proceedings Online (http://www.oldbaileyonline.org, version 8.0, 21 February 2020), May 1831, trial of ELLEN HURLEY (t18310512-55).
ELLEN HURLEY, Theft > simple larceny, 12th May 1831.

1042. ELLEN HURLEY was indicted for stealing, on the 11th of April , 1 gown, value 5s.; 1 cloak, value 4s.; 1 tea-caddy, value 1s., and 1 handkerchief, value 6d. , the goods of Thomas Nichols .

JANE NICHOLS. I am the wife of Thomas Nichols ; we live at Woolwich - my husband works at the gas-house ; I knew the prisoner when quite young, but had not seen her for some years. On the 11th of April I came to Ratcliff-highway to settle a little business - I met the prisoner, who knew me, though I did not know her; she said she was hungry and thirsty - I took her to the Ship and Unicornpublic-house , to treat her; I had a bundle with me, containing the articles mentioned - I put it on the settle, and told her to give an eye to it while I went into the yard; I returned in ten minutes - the prisoner and the bundle were gone; I gave information to a Police-officer, and the prisoner was found.

JAMES PEACHEY. I am a pawnbroker. I have a gown and cloak, pawned by the prisoner on the 11th of April.

(Property produced and sworn to.)

Prisoner. I saw the prosecutrix at the Paviors’ Arms, and she wanted to get a room, and not to live with her husband - she has been a prostitute all her life.

JANE NICHOLLS. I have been married seventeen years, and have a good husband. I was unfortunate in my younger days.

Prisoner’s Defence. She gave me the things to mind while she went with a sailor, and told me to pawn them.

GUILTY . Aged 24. - Transported for Seven Years .

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Sydney Gazette, 20 Dec 1832.
LIST OF ALL FEMALE CONVICTS ASSIGNED AND TRANSFERRED FROM THE 1st TO THE 31st OCTOBER 1832.
1653. Hurley Ellen, Pyramus, needlewoman, to Patrick Murphy, Sydney.

D Wong on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Henry Castle:

21/7/1817 Hampshire Chronicle Hampshire, England:
James Castle and Henry Castle, for sheep-stealing - sentence of death.
Of the four persons upon whom the awful sentence of the law was passed at these Assizes, the two brothers, James and Henry Castle, were the principals of a gang of thieves who have long infested the neighbourhood of Abingdon, and the Learned Judge, in passing the dreadful sentence of the law, held out to them no hope of mercy.

No ship found for James Castle.

Henry Castle was listed as 26 years old on arrival.

Native Place: Berkshire.

Henry was 5’5” tall, fair ruddy complexion, light brown hair, dark hazel eyes.

Colonial Secretary Index:
CASTLE, Henry. Per “Tottenham”, 1818

1818 Oct 20:  On list of convicts disembarked from the “Tottenham” and forwarded to Parramatta for distribution (Reel 6006; 4/3499 p.110)

1823 Jun 10,12:  To take charge of the grazing run of William Walker, Wesleyan missionary, at the Macquarie River; listed as Castles (Fiche 3073, 4/1835B No.336 p.1070; Reel 6010, 4/3508 p.491)

1824 Jan 23: On list of convicts employed by Revd William Walker (Fiche 3115; 4/1840A No.1015 p.165)

1824 Feb 4:  To take charge of the grazing run of Revd William Walker situated fifty miles to the southward and eastward of Bathurst (Reel 6012; 4/3510 p.273)

1825:  On list of convicts mustered in the employ of James Hassall of Bathurst; in 1823-25. Listed as Costells (Fiche 3160; 4/1844C No.829 p.1107)

26/12/1828: TOL Bathurst
11/3/1830: CP

Henry became a substantial land holder at Boorowa NSW.

1835: Married Ann Murray at St. Mary’s, Sydney. Henry listed as Castles.
Children:
Lydia
Lucy
Ellen
Henry John

28/11/1852: Henry died aged 55/56 and was buried at Galong Cemetery, NSW.

15/9/1855: Ann Murray then married John Thomas Porter Wilding at Yass, NSW.
Ann died 30/7/1860 and was buried with Henry at Galong Cemetery.

Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Mary Cornice:

Sydney Gazette, 20 Dec 1832.
LIST OF ALL FEMALE CONVICTS ASSIGNED AND TRANSFERRED FROM THE 1st TO THE 31st OCTOBER 1832.
1616. Cornice Mary, Pyramus, house servant, to J. Clarke, Windmill-street, Sydney.

Margaret Foster on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Mary Anne Jennings:

There is no reference that I can find of the death of this woman, or of a marriage between her and William Biggs.
She married 10 months following the death of William Biggs.  Her actual husband (in 1826) was Nicholas Lewis.  Margaret Torning Foster.  Direct descendant of Mary Jennings and William Biggs.

Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Sarah Clark:

Old Bailey Proceedings Online (http://www.oldbaileyonline.org, version 8.0, 21 February 2020), February 1831, trial of SARAH CLARK (t18310217-103).
SARAH CLARK, Theft > housebreaking, 17th February 1831.

OLD COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19.

Fourth Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Sergeant Arabin.

528. SARAH CLARK was indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling-house of John Beal , on the 21st of January , and stealing, 1 waistcoat-piece, value 2s. 9d.; 3 shirts, value 15s.; 3 handkerchiefs, value 6s.; 1 pair of sheets, value 5s.; 2 curtains, value 4s.; 2 pairs of stockings, value 3s.; 1 gold ring, value 7s., and 1 pair of earrings, value 7s., his property .

JOHN BEAL. I lodge in Whitecross-place, Wilson-street, Finsbury , on the first floor. The prisoner is landlady of the house , and lived there - on the 22nd of January, at seven o’clock in the morning, I went out, leaving this property in my room; I locked the door - I returned about half-past eight in the evening, and found the door open - my son had got the key, and my daughter was in the room; I missed a great many articles which I had left safe - the prisoner’s husband lived in the house with her.

MARTHA BEAL . I am the prosecutor’s daughter, but do not live at this house. On Saturday, the 22nd of January, about ten o’clock, or a little after, I asked my father for a waistcoat-piece from the drawer, and it was missing - when I went to the room that evening, I found my brother at home; I missed nothing else myself - I do not know whether the prisoner was at home; I found some property pawned at Attenborough’s, on Monday morning, and when the prisoner was at Worship-street after I had found the property, I asked her what she had done with the duplicates; she said if I went home to the back kitchen, in the dust-hole I should see an old garden-pot, and under the pot should find the duplicates - I went and found ten duplicates, with a key which fitted the room door; I gave them to the officer.

JAMES BEAL. I live with my father. I was at home all day on the 22nd of January - I went out the day before, about half-past three o’clock, leaving the prisoner at home, and when I came in at half-past five I found the staple of the padlock drawn; I went into the room, but missed nothing - I told my father when he came home,but he did not take much notice; this was on Friday -I met the prisoner in the court as I came home.

THOMAS VANN . I am an officer. On Tuesday, the 25th of January, I was sent for, and went with Martha Beal to Attenborough’s; I went to the house, and received the prisoner in charge - she said something at the office to Martha Beal , who went and got the duplicates and key, which I found opened the door.

GEORGE JOHN MOULTON. I am shopman to Mr. Attenborough, of Crown-street, Finsbury. I produce two curtains, one sheet, three shirts, and two pairs of stockings; I received the stockings in pawn myself from the prisoner - the other things were pawned in the same name; I did not take them in - the duplicates correspond with those on the articles, and are the counterparts.

JOHN BEAL. These are my property, and were in my drawers; I missed them on Saturday, but some were taken before the others, for what I know - I never allowed her to pawn my property.

The prisoner put in a written Defence, stating that she had been in the habit of borrowing articles of the prosecutor to pledge, and intended to redeem them - that the prosecutor’s son was an abandoned character, and must have taken the padlock off himself to screen his own delinquencies.

GUILTY of larceny . Aged 42.

Transported for Seven Years .

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Sydney Gazette, 20 Dec 1832.
LIST OF ALL FEMALE CONVICTS ASSIGNED AND TRANSFERRED FROM THE 1st TO THE 31st OCTOBER 1832.
1602. Clarke Sarah, Pyramus, allwork, to John F. Staff, Parramatta.

Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Margaret Seward:

Government Notice.  Colonial Secretary’s Office, Sydney, 14th October, 1831.
THE undermentioned Female Prisoners of the Crown have obtained Tickets of Leave, in compliance with the Regulations of 17th March, 1829, for good conduct in the situations respectively stated ; viz. : —
County of Cumberland.
SYDNEY
Seward Margaret, Grenada (4), in service.

Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Elizabeth Ford:

Old Bailey Proceedings Online (http://www.oldbaileyonline.org, version 8.0, 21 February 2020), January 1823, trial of HANNAH FORD ELIZABETH FORD (t18230115-42).
HANNAH FORD, ELIZABETH FORD, Theft > theft from a specified place, 15th January 1823.

Before Mr. Justice Holroyd.

213. HANNAH FORD and ELIZABETH FORD were indicted for stealing, on the 23d of December , at St. Mary-le-bone, twenty-one silver forks, value 12 l., and thirteen silver spoons, value 8 l., the goods of Joseph May , in his dwelling-house .

JAMES BISHOP . I am under footman to Joseph May,Esq., who rents a house, No. 20, Lower Montague-street, St. Mary-le-bone . On the 23d of December, about three o’clock in the afternoon, I went into the pantry, which is below stairs, hearing the plate in the plate closet rattle, and found the two prisoners there; they must have come down the area, the door was on the latch. Elizabeth Ford had some silver spoons and forks tied up in her apron - she dropped them on the floor upon seeing me; they were about two yards from each other, and had no business in the house. I found they had opened the drawer where the plate was kept, but only part of it was gone; the prisoner Hannah asked if I wanted to buy any laces, immediately as Elizabeth let the plate fall. I asked their business, Hannah walked towards the door - I pushed her in and secured them both; they both begged for mercy. I kept them till five o’clock, when the watchman came and took them. I gave the plate to Sellers.

Prisoner ELIZABETH FORD . Q. My sister was only in the passage - A. She was in the pantry.

WILLIAM SELLERS . I am a constable. I received the prisoners in charge at the watch-house. Bishop gave me twelve large, and nine small silver forks; eight table, and five desert spoons; I have kept one of each, and returned the rest; they must be worth above 40 s.

(Property produced and sworn to.)

HANNAH FORD ‘S Defence. I was not in the room at all, but stood at the door, and did not know my sister was there. I asked if he wanted any thing, and he pushed me in.

ELIZABETH FORD ‘S Defence. My sister did not know I was there, but thought I was gone into the kitchen to ask the cook if she wanted any thing.

HANNAH FORD - GUILTY - DEATH . Aged 16.

ELIZABETH FORD - GUILTY - DEATH . Aged 19.
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Hannah and Elizabeth were both transported on the Mary.

Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Hannah Ford:

Old Bailey Proceedings Online (http://www.oldbaileyonline.org, version 8.0, 21 February 2020), January 1823, trial of HANNAH FORD ELIZABETH FORD (t18230115-42).
HANNAH FORD, ELIZABETH FORD, Theft > theft from a specified place, 15th January 1823.

Before Mr. Justice Holroyd.

213. HANNAH FORD and ELIZABETH FORD were indicted for stealing, on the 23d of December , at St. Mary-le-bone, twenty-one silver forks, value 12 l., and thirteen silver spoons, value 8 l., the goods of Joseph May , in his dwelling-house .

JAMES BISHOP . I am under footman to Joseph May,Esq., who rents a house, No. 20, Lower Montague-street, St. Mary-le-bone . On the 23d of December, about three o’clock in the afternoon, I went into the pantry, which is below stairs, hearing the plate in the plate closet rattle, and found the two prisoners there; they must have come down the area, the door was on the latch. Elizabeth Ford had some silver spoons and forks tied up in her apron - she dropped them on the floor upon seeing me; they were about two yards from each other, and had no business in the house. I found they had opened the drawer where the plate was kept, but only part of it was gone; the prisoner Hannah asked if I wanted to buy any laces, immediately as Elizabeth let the plate fall. I asked their business, Hannah walked towards the door - I pushed her in and secured them both; they both begged for mercy. I kept them till five o’clock, when the watchman came and took them. I gave the plate to Sellers.

Prisoner ELIZABETH FORD . Q. My sister was only in the passage - A. She was in the pantry.

WILLIAM SELLERS . I am a constable. I received the prisoners in charge at the watch-house. Bishop gave me twelve large, and nine small silver forks; eight table, and five desert spoons; I have kept one of each, and returned the rest; they must be worth above 40 s.

(Property produced and sworn to.)

HANNAH FORD ‘S Defence. I was not in the room at all, but stood at the door, and did not know my sister was there. I asked if he wanted any thing, and he pushed me in.

ELIZABETH FORD ‘S Defence. My sister did not know I was there, but thought I was gone into the kitchen to ask the cook if she wanted any thing.

HANNAH FORD - GUILTY - DEATH . Aged 16.

ELIZABETH FORD - GUILTY - DEATH . Aged 19.

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THE undermentioned Female Prisoners of the Crown have obtained Tickets of Leave, in compliance with the Regulations of 17th March, 1829, for good conduct in the situations respectively stated ; viz. : —
County of Cumberland.
PARRAMATTA.
Ford Hannah, Mary (3), in service.

Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Mary Mccrae:

Government Notice.  Colonial Secretary’s Office, Sydney, 14th October, 1831.
THE undermentioned Female Prisoners of the Crown have obtained Tickets of Leave, in compliance with the Regulations of 17th March, 1829, for good conduct in the situations respectively stated ; viz. : —
County of Cumberland.
PARRAMATTA.
McCrae or Shanks Mary, Louisa, in service

Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Mary Sweet:

Old Bailey Proceedings Online (http://www.oldbaileyonline.org, version 8.0, 21 February 2020), January 1829, trial of MARY SWEET (t18290115-131).
MARY SWEET, Theft > simple larceny, 15th January 1829.

396. MARY SWEET was indicted for stealing, on the 5th of January , 29 yards of lace, value 18s., and 2 handkerchiefs, value 2s. , the goods of John Graham .

WILLIAM FORD . I am in the employ of John Graham, a linen-draper , of High Holborn . On the 5th of January, about four o’clock in the afternoon, the prisoner was in the shop - I believe I had forty customers; I cannot tell whether she came in alone, or not - she came to me for some silk handkerchiefs; I shewed her three different parcels - she did not like any, and sent me back for another parcel; while I was gone she took two silk handkerchiefs, with my mark on them - I saw her put them under her gown into her pocket; when I came back I taxed her with it - she denied it, and asked if I meant to insult her; I jumped over the counter, and she dropped them on the floor, with this piece of lace - these are the two handkerchiefs; here are twenty-nine yards of lace - I had seen a young man on the opposite side shewing her some lace, not five minutes before.

Cross-examined by MR. PHILLIPS. Q. Is that young man here? A. No - his name is Elim; there were some people near her: the firm is not Graham and Nixon - it is Mr. John Graham only; she had bargained for one handkerchief with me - she came from the window, and was to have paid 9 1/2d. for it; she did not say she was putting her hand into her pocket to pay me - this could not have fallen by accident.

WILLIAM BROWN EDWARDS . I took the prisoner - she gave me 22s.; she said she knew nothing of the charge; after we took her to the watch-house, we recollected she lived at the Hat and Tun public-house.

GUILTY . Aged 26.

Transported for Seven Years .
 

Government Notice.  Colonial Secretary’s Office, Sydney, 14th October, 1831.
THE undermentioned Female Prisoners of the Crown have obtained Tickets of Leave, in compliance with the Regulations of 17th March, 1829, for good conduct in the situations respectively stated ; viz. : —
County of Cumberland.
SYDNEY
Sweet Mary, Sovereign, service.

Maureen Withey on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Gwenlliam Jones:

Government Notice.  Colonial Secretary’s Office, Sydney, 14th October, 1831.
THE undermentioned Female Prisoners of the Crown have obtained Tickets of Leave, in compliance with the Regulations of 17th March, 1829, for good conduct in the situations respectively stated ; viz. : —
County of Cumberland.
SYDNEY
Jones Gweulliam Competitor (2), in service.

D Wong on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Joseph Bradfield:

**Note from Moderator**
Please do not change the ‘Convicted at location’ - all records state Joseph was convicted at Suffolk Assizes.

22/1/1817 Bury and Norwich Post Suffolk, England:
Friday, Joseph Bradfield, aged 14, was found guilty of stealing a pair of pistols, the property of Mr. Charles Mayes, gunsmith, in St. Peter’s Man- croft, and sentenced to 3 months’ imprisonment in Bridewell, and to be privately whipped.

8/8/1817 Cambridge Chronicle and Journal Cambridgeshire, England:
SUFFOLK ASSIZES
At these Assizes 10 prisoners were capitally convicted and received sentence of death, viz. Robert Bane, Benj. Sharman, James English and Thomas Watson, for burglary ;  Edward Woodroffe and Robert Youngs, for horse stealing; Joseph Bredfield, for house-breaking in the day time.

Joseph Bradfield was listed as 15 years old on arrival.

Native Place: Norwich.

Joseph was 5’0½” tall, fair ruddy complexion, dark flaxen hair, dark eyes.

22/7/1831: TOL Paterson Plains.
30/11/1837: CP

Wendy Smith on 21st February, 2020 wrote of Garrett Kavanagh:

The Convict Indentures state that Garrett Kavanagh was 40 years old.  He could read and write; religion Catholic; status married with 7 Children and a native of Carlow.  He ploughs and reaps.  He was convicted of sheep stealing at Carlow on 23 March 1828.  He was sentence to 7 years and had no prior convictions.  Physical attributes - Height 5 feet 6 inches; dark ruddy and freckled; hair dark brown and bald and eyes hazel.  Transport number 140.
Assigned to Mr Michael Mitchell, D… Head.
Received ticket of leave on 26 February 1834 at Windsor (number 34/99) and Certificate of Freedom in 1835 (number 35/348).

Ron Garbutt on 21st February, 2020 wrote of James Fearnley:

28 March 1835. Trial. Yorkshire - West Riding, England.
Sentenced to transportation for ‘Life’ for stealing cattle.

Source.

Detail
Class: HO 27; Piece: 50; Page: 467
Source Information
Title
England & Wales, Criminal Registers, 1791-1892
Author
Ancestry.com

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