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Thady Hanley

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Name, Aliases & Gender

Name: Thady Hanley
Aliases: Timothy Hanley
Gender: m

Birth, Occupation & Death

Date of Birth: 1802
Occupation: Labourer
Date of Death: 21st October, 1870
Age: 68 years

Life Span

Life span

Male median life span was 59 years*

* Median life span based on contributions

Conviction & Transportation

Sentence Severity

Sentence Severity

Sentenced to Life

Crime: Sedition
Convicted at: Roscommon
Sentence term: Life
Ship: Dorothy
Departure date: 5th May, 1820
Arrival date: 29th September, 1820
Place of arrival New South Wales
Passenger manifest Travelled with 192 other convicts

References

Primary source: 1. NSW, Australia Convict Ship Muster Rolls… 1790-1849 2. NSW Convict Indents, 1788-1842, Bound Indentures 1820-1821 3. NSW Settler and Convict Lists, 1787-1834, NSW Male A-K 1820 4. https://www.jenwilletts.com
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Dianne Jones on 18th June, 2020 wrote:

1820: Life for seditious practices, convicted Roscommon; one of 12 men found guilty – four got life, eight got 7 years – Lent 1820 (NSW, Australia Convict Ship Muster Rolls… 1790-1849).

1820: Thady Hanley per Dorothy, 18, labourer, native of Roscommon, 5’9”; fair, ruddy complexion, black hair and dark eyes (see NSW Convict Indents, 1788-1842, Bound Indentures 1820-1821).

Dianne Jones on 18th June, 2020 wrote:

1820: Thady Hanley, per Dorothy (see NSW Settler and Convict Lists, 1787-1834, NSW Male A-K 1820).

1838, 24 October: Patrick Plains, granted Ticket of Leave (see https://www.jenwilletts.com).

1839, 31 December: Patrick Plains - Ticket of Leave cancelled for being absent from muster (see https://www.jenwilletts.com).

1839, 13 November: Patrick Plains, labourer, aged 37, from Roscommon; 5’9”; fair, ruddy complexion, black hair, dark eyes. Absconded from Patrick Plains district 1st October 1839 (see https://www.jenwilletts.com).

1847, 7 July: Thady Hanley, 45, per Dorothy, life, ToL, is granted permission at Windsor to marry Elizabeth Baker, 36, per Diana 1833, life, ToL (see NSW Registers of Convicts’ Applications to Marry, 1826-1851, Granted 1847).

1847, 16 August: Ticket of Leave no 45/1191; with the notation that “he is allowed to travel between Windsor and Mudgee in the service of R. Fitzgerald Esq. for 12 months”. Note: Robert Fitzgerald, born in NSW in 1807, was a pastoralist and politician, reckoned by 1855 to be “fourth among the colony’s ‘cormorant squatters’”, according to the Freeman’s Journal (see NSW Tickets of Leave, 1810-1869; and http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/fitzgerald-robert-3526).

Dianne Jones on 18th June, 2020 wrote:

1849, 17 October: ToL, allowed to travel between Barwon River and Parramatta in the service of Mr Edwin Rouse (see Tickets of Leave, 1810-1869, Butts of ticket of leave passports, 1849-1850).

1846, 1 March: ToL, Thady Hanley, #1191, per Dorothy, 1820, (see NSW and Tasmania, Australia, Convict Pardons and Tickets of Leave, 1834-1859, NSW ToL and Pardons 1846-1849).

1852, January: Ticket of Leave – now in the service of Mr Purcell, with the ToL for Windsor (see Tickets of Leave, 1810-1869, Colonial secretary´s correspondence: Ticket of leave muster roll, 1827-1857).

1852, 3 April: ToL cancelled for being absent from the Windsor District (see The Sydney Morning Herald, 3 April 1852, p 5).

Dianne Jones on 18th June, 2020 wrote:

1854, 27 November: Ticket of Leave for District of Mudgee; with notation that he was granted a Conditional Pardon in December 1854 (see NSW Tickets of Leave, 1810-1869, Ticket of leave butts, Jan 1836-Mar 1836, Sep 1851-Aug 1867).

1854, December: As above re Conditional Pardon.

1855, 28 November: On list of Title Deeds granted – Thady Hanley, Mudgee, 2 roods (The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser,  28 Nov 1855, p 1:  Government Gazette).

1856, 31 May: Thady Hanley is one of more than 300 supporters who put their names to a notice in the Sydney Morning Herald: “To HENRY BAYLEY, Esq., J.P., Beaudesert, and Warden of the District of Mudgee.—Sir,—We, the undersigned residents in the town and district of Mudgee, having seen a report in the public journals of the investigation of a charge of assault preferred against you in Sydney, beg to express our indignant disbelief of the verity of that accusation…” (Sydney Morning Herald, 31 May 1856, p3).

1886: Two allotments owned by Thady Hanley, totalling one acre, in the town of Mudgee, parish of Mudgee, county of Wellington, are listed for transfer to a new owner under provisions of the Real Property Act (The Daily Telegraph, 27 Nov 1886, p11).

Dianne Jones on 18th June, 2020 wrote:

1870, October: “MUDGEE.(From the Western Post, Oct 25) FATAL ACCIDENT- We regret to say that on Friday last [21 October] Mr Timothy Hanley, of Gladstone street, Mudgee, was kicked by his horse in the abdomen, and the injuries were so severe as to terminate fatally. The deceased was a native of Roscommon, Ireland, and was well known in this district. The funeral took place yesterday (Monday) [24 October]. The deceased was 68 years of age.” (Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser, Sat 29 Oct 1870, p6)

1871, January: “In the Supreme Court of New South Wales. ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. In the goods of Timothy Hanley, late of Mudgee, in the Colony aforesaid, labourer, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given, that after the expiration of fourteen days from the publication of this notice, application will be made to this Honorable Court, in its Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, that letters of administration of the goods, chattels, credits, and effects of the abovenamed Timothy Hanley, deceased, may be granted to Elizabeth Hanley, of Mudgee aforesaid, the widow of the said deceased.—Dated this 31st day of January, a.d. 1871. GEORGE DAVIDSON, Proctor for the Applicant, Mudgee. By Charles Davis, his Agent, Bell’s Chambers, 175 Pitt-street, Sydney.” (see NSW Government Gazette, 3 Feb 1871 [Issue No.31], p295)

Convict Changes History

Dianne Jones on 18th June, 2020 made the following changes:

convicted at, term: 99 years, voyage, source: 1. NSW, Australia Convict Ship Muster Rolls… 1790-1849 2. NSW Convict Indents, 1788-1842, Bound Indentures 1820-1821 (prev. ), firstname: Thady, surname: Hanley, alias1: , alias2: , alias3: , alias4: , date of

Dianne Jones on 18th June, 2020 made the following changes:

source: 1. NSW, Australia Convict Ship Muster Rolls… 1790-1849 2. NSW Convict Indents, 1788-1842, Bound Indentures 1820-1821 3. NSW Settler and Convict Lists, 1787-1834, NSW Male A-K 1820 4. https://www.jenwilletts.com (prev. 1. NSW, Australia Convict Shi

Dianne Jones on 18th June, 2020 made the following changes:

alias1: Timothy Hanley, date of death: 21st October, 1870 (prev. 0000)

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