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Charles Hubbard, one of 142 convicts transported on the John Barry, 30 April 1819
Name, Aliases & Gender
Birth, Occupation & Death
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life span was 54 years*
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Conviction & Transportation
Sentenced to 7 years
||Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 88, Class and Piece Number HO11/3, Page Number 149 (76)
||This record is one of the entries in the British convict transportation registers 1787-1867 database compiled by State Library of Queensland from British Home Office (HO) records which are available on microfilm as part of the Australian Joint Copying Project.
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Joan on 31st August, 2014 wrote:
was 19 when committed of crime. records can be found on http://www.oldbaileyonline.org
D Wong on 31st August, 2014 wrote:
CHARLES HUBBARD, THOMAS JONES, THOMAS RANDALL, Theft > grand larceny, 17th February 1819.
CHARLES HUBBARD , THOMAS JONES , and THOMAS RANDALL were indicted for stealing, on the 20th of January , one watch, value 20 s.; two bottles, value 2 s; two quarts of brandy, value 10 s., two quarts of gin, value 6 s. , the property of John Nitch .
HUBBARD’S Defence. I was returning from the play, saw a man run away, and I picked up the bottles and watch.
JONES’S Defence. I met Hubbard and Randall, and went to the coffee-shop with them.
RANDALL’S Defence. I met Jones, and afterwards met Hubbard - he said he found the things.
HUBBARD - GUILTY . Aged 19.
JONES - GUILTY . Aged 17.
RANDALL - GUILTY . Aged 15.
Transported for Seven Years .
HUBBARD, Charles. Per “John Barry”, 1819
1822 Apr 25-1823 Jun 7: On list of prisoners assigned (Fiche 3290; 4/4570D pp.52, 56)
1826: Was listed as a convict at Moreton Bay.
Maureen Withey on 30th March, 2020 wrote:
Moreton Bay Prisoner Register.
No 704. Charles Hubbard, per John Barry 2, tried at Middlesex 17 Feb 1819, 7 years. Trade - Limeburner. No Colonial Conviction recorded. To Sydney, 13 Mar 1826.
Description: Charles Hubbard, native of London, age 21, 5 ft 4 ½. fair comp, fair hair, hazle eyes.
Maureen Withey on 31st March, 2020 wrote:
He was one of the first group of 29 convicts to go to Moreton Bay on the Amity which departed Sydney on the 1st September 1824, bound for Moreton Bay. Many of them had skills which would be useful in establishing a new settlement. They arrived at Redcliffe 12th September, and set up temporary huts and gardens to plant vegetables. They did not feel the site was very suitable, so by May 1825, the settlement was moved to Brisbane, a few miles upstream.
Many of the convicts were volunteers who hoped to gain their ticket-of-leave as a reward for helping to establish the new penal colony.
Peter Hinds on 21st September, 2020 wrote:
The John Barry had arrived at Portsmouth on 16 April 1819 and on 20 April, 60 male convicts were embarked from the hulk Laurel and 80 from the hulk Leviathan in Portsmouth harbour. On 23 April 1819 two more convicts were sent on board the John Barry from the Leviathan. One of the passengers on board the John Barry was John Thomas Bigge, New South Wales’ first Royal Commissioner. The John Barry finally arrived at Port Jackson on Sunday 26 September 1819 (See The Campbelltown Convicts).
Convict Changes History
Joan on 31st August, 2014 made the following changes:
D Wong on 31st August, 2014 made the following changes:
date of birth: 1799 (prev. 0000), gender: m