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||State Archives of NSW, Convict Indents, Bound Indentures, 1826 (NRS 12188; Item:4/4011; Microfiche:660) and TOL Butts(NRS 12202; Item:4/4094) and CP, Colonial Secretary (Reel No.797; Roll No.1250) and 1828 NSW Census (TNA Copy HO 10/24)
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Iris Dunne on 29th January, 2018 wrote:
Aged 35, Est.Birth year:abt 1790
Convicted: 31 March 1825
Can read and write, was Catholic now Protestant, Married with 3 children
Native Place: Meath
Offence: Firing with intent to Kill
1828 Census lists his occupation as Labourer with A.A.Company in Port Stephens
Ticket of Leave No.31/619 dated 26 July 1834 District of Windsor - Altered for the District of Port Stephens per Colonial Secretary letter no.34/495 dated 3 September 1834
Conditional Pardon No.41/235 dated 1 October 1840, year of birth 1791
James Cross on 30th January, 2018 wrote:
Assigned to the AA Society to take care of their horses. On death certificate his occupation was listed as Veterary Surgeon.
He was a policeman from Drogheda who was sentenced for life in Galway for shooting with intent to kill.
He petitioned the Governor and was successful in bringing his wife Rachel McNally and children to join him in Australia where they lived at Stroud NSW.
Convict Changes History
Iris Dunne on 29th January, 2018 made the following changes:
convicted at, term: 99 years, voyage, source: State Archives of NSW, Convict Indents, Bound Indentures, 1826 (NRS 12188; Item:4/4011; Microfiche:660) and TOL Butts(NRS 12202; Item:4/4094) and CP, Colonial Secretary (Reel No.797; Roll No.1250) and 1828 NSW
James Cross on 30th January, 2018 made the following changes:
date of death: 1868 (prev. 0000), occupation, crime