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Isaac Titterton

Isaac Tetterton, one of 190 convicts transported on the Mangles, 29 March 1820

Name, Aliases & Gender

Name: Isaac Titterton
Aliases: Tetterton
Gender: m

Birth, Occupation & Death

Date of Birth: 14th September, 1800
Occupation: Brushmaker
Date of Death: 3rd September, 1852
Age: 51 years

Life Span

Life span

Male median life span was 61 years*

* Median life span based on contributions

Conviction & Transportation

Sentence Severity

Sentence Severity

Sentenced to 14 years

Crime: Coining
Convicted at: Middlesex Gaol Delivery
Sentence term: 14 years
Ship: Mangles
Departure date: 29th March, 1820
Arrival date: 7th August, 1820
Place of arrival New South Wales
Passenger manifest Travelled with 192 other convicts

References

Primary source: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 88, Class and Piece Number HO11/3, Page Number 280
Source description: 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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Anonymous on 12th April, 2012 wrote:

Isaac Titterton was transported for coining - having forged and counterfeit in his possession knowing them to be forged.

Isaac is described as being 5’7 3/4" tall, fair complexion, light brown hair and hazel eyes, and his native place was Madely, Shropshire.

Isaac married Mary Hadley, 18, born in the Colony, Free on the 25/2/1830.  They had 5 sons and 1 daughter.  Mary died at age 40, and Isaac died on 3/9/1852 at the age of 51 in Sydney.

1827: TOL
Isaac held Publican Licenses for the Talbot Inn, Teh Whitehorse Cellar and the George & Dragon all in George Street, Parramatta.

More family info. can be found on ‘easystreetretreat.com.au’

Craig Titterton on 4th December, 2012 wrote:

I believe Isaac’s pubs were all located on George St Sydney not Parramatta. It seems he had The White Horse Cellar which was on the corner of George and Market Streets in Sydney - https://www.trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/12936622 and http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/12926958 - (this lines up with the information I found in the Sydney in 1848 publication http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks06/0600151h.html).  This site (http://www.ozhistorymine.com/html/sydney_1838.html) shows he had The George & Dragon and also references it as being in George St Sydney.  This article from the Sydney Morning Herald in 1845 references Isaac Titterton with the Talbot Inn on George St: http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/12880769 .  Additionally this site references an 1841 document and Isaac having the Talbot Inn on George St Sydney: http://www.ozhistorymine.com/html/sydney_1841.html .  I also found this article from 1840 regarding Isaac being robbed at gunpoint in 1838 and he is referred to as the operator of the stage coach and the landlord of the Talbot Inn on George St Sydney http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/2547684.
 
My best guess is that Isaac owned at least 3 pubs, all on George St Sydney:  The George and Dragon, The Talbot Inn and the White Horse Cellar Tavern - I haven’t been able to find proper evidence that any of his inns were located in Parramatta - and it seems to make sense that his pubs would be close to where he lived according to the Sydney in 1848 book.
 
A few other things I did find:
* I did find evidence that Isaac was a tenant in Parramatta: http://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=isaac titterton parramatta&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CC4QFjAA&url=http://www.caseyandlowe.com.au/pdf/leafletc.pdf&ei=rZm9UPSyA8ahiQeYyIGAAw&usg=AFQjCNGPf7JzqXrpJDIH5n3fWZCiA7Kjkg
* I found that Isaac had a part ownership of a coach service called The Great Southern Line: http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1302&dat=19210420&id=Zt9UAAAAIBAJ&sjid=LJIDAAAAIBAJ&pg=6966,3689266
* It appears Isaac became a land owner near Hartley in about 1830: http://www.megalongcc.com.au/Ambermere/hartley_history.htm
* This article shows his mail coach runs: http://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=isaac titterton parramatta&source=web&cd=60&ved=0CF0QFjAJODI&url=http://gazette.slv.vic.gov.au/images/1845/N/general/98.pdf&ei=_py9ULTIMs-ziQeNkYDYBg&usg=AFQjCNEvMwCUMkGu9qX9hw9eNcC-lIheug

Finally, Isaac appears to have been an alderman for the Macquarie Ward of Sydney Council: http://www.sydneyaldermen.com.au/alderman/isaac-titterton/

I hope this helps.

Phil Hands on 28th October, 2017 wrote:

Tried and convicted at the Old Bailey on 27th October 1819 for possession forged and counterfeit Bank notes, knowing them to be forged, sentenced to transportation for 14 years.
Left England on 11th April 1820.
Ship:- the ‘Mangles’ sailed with 190 male convicts on board of which 1 died during the voyage.
Arrived on 7th August 1820.

Ships indent:- Trade brushmaker, height 5 feet seven and three quarter inches, complexion fair, hair light brown, eyes hazel
Allowed to remain in the district of Evan.

Isaac married Mary Hadley (daughter of convict Charles Hadley & his wife Sarah Phillips) on the 25th February 1830. They had 5 sons and 1 daughter.

By 1828, he was a shareholder in the Bank of NSW.
Isaac was a publican. He became the licensee of the White Horse Cellar in George Street, Sydney, in June 1834. From 1837 to 1839, he was the publican of the George and Dragon also in George Street. He became well known as the licensee of the Talbot Inn in George Street from 1839 to 1845. This hotel, also known as the Coach and Horses, was situated halfway between Bathurst and Wilmot streets and was the starting point for coaches to Windsor and the interior. In 1850, he had the White Horse Tavern in George Street.
Titterton had married into the Hadley family who already had connections with the coaching and inn business. In January 1844 he advertised his inn as the only booking office for the Bathurst Mail and in January 1845 he was selling seats on the Goulburn Mail. In October 1844 he and John Ireland were granted a coach license.
Isaac Titterton and John Ireland had the mail contracts between Sydney-Bathurst and Sydney-Goulburn. Titterton’s coaches ran along Parramatta Road using Neich’s Bath Arms Inn as their first changing station, and Ireland’s ran on Liverpool Road, staging at The Bark Huts where the Royal Hotel now stands.
Titterton was a wine and spirit merchant, and the starting point for both runs was his White Horse Cellars at the corner of Market and George Streets in Sydney.
It appears that Titterton was also involved with mail runs from Sydney to Campbelltown as well as from Brisbane to the Darling Downs.
In 1843 Titterton had advertised for sale 500 cattle on the Lachlan station and by October 1844 he was selling horses at Titterton’s Livery Stables.
In 1847 he also had wholesale general stores in Sydney.

Isaac Titterton was Alderman for Sydney City Macquarie Ward, from 1st November 1845 to 31st October 1849

Isaac died on 3rd September 1852 at the age of 51 in Sydney, and Mary died the following year at age 40

Old Bailey Trial Transcription.
Reference Number: t18191027-37

1415. WILLIAM TURNBULL , EDWARD MOORE , GEORGE WILLIAMSON , JOHN BUTLER HEWSON , HANNAH GREEN , WILLIAM JONES , JOHN GREEN , THOMAS DOBBINS , DANIEL PRING , ISAAC TITTERTON , JOHN WEBSTER , BENJAMIN JOHNSON , WILLIAM JACKSON , JOHN BAILEY , and MARY ANN CROFT were severally and separately indicted for having in their possession forged and counterfeit Bank notes, knowing them to be forged .
To which indictment they severally and separately pleaded
GUILTY.
Transported for Fourteen Years .
Before Mr. Baron Wood and Mr. Justice Park.

Convict Changes History

Anonymous on 12th April, 2012 made the following changes:

date of birth 1800-09-14, date of death 1852-09-03, gender m

Craig Titterton on 4th December, 2012 made the following changes:

surname Titterton (prev. Tetterton)

Carol Axton-Thompson on 4th December, 2012 made the following changes:

alias1

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