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||NSW Convict Indentures 1835; The Lanyon Saga by Bruce Moore (1982); Government Gazettes and The Sydney Herald May 1838.
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Wendy Smith on 4th June, 2019 wrote:
Description 54: Education Could not read or write: Religion Roman Catholic; Status Married with 3 boys and 3 girls; Native of County Wexford; Convicted of stealing money from a house in Kilkenny. Tried 15 March 1835 to transportation for life. Height: 5 feet 5 1/2 inches: Complexion Dark Ruddy: Hair Dark brown mixed with grey; Eyes Dark Hazel; Lost two front upper teeth. Assigned to James Wright, Lanyon, near Queanbeyan. Lanyon is now in Southern Canberra, ACT. Absconded on 1 November 1836 with George King (Hive) and Michael Byrne (Hero). Found with George King on 15 February 1837. Absconded a second time on 20 November 1837. Advertisments placed in Sydney Herald with a reward of two pounds for the return of Moses Howlett; William Sangster (Strathfieldsay): John Hamilton (Hero) and Patrick Fitzpatrick (Surry (8). At this stage no further information can be found on Moses Howlett.
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Wendy Smith on 4th June, 2019 made the following changes:
convicted at, term: 99 years, voyage, source: NSW Convict Indentures 1835; The Lanyon Saga by Bruce Moore (1982); Government Gazettes and The Sydney Herald May 1838. (prev. ), firstname: Moses, surname: Howlet, alias1: Howlett, alias2: , alias3: , alias4: