Richard George Glover 30761

M, #3076, b. 1830

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BirthHe was born in 1830 at London, London, England.1 
ConvictedConvicted of burglary and sentenced to 7 years on 29 January 1849 at Central Criminal Court, London, London, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a plasterer on 7 August 1854.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Owen Glendower (Gibraltar) prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3076 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 22 August 1854 at Western Australia.1 
ExpiredHis sentence expired in April 1856 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
Last Edited7 Dec 2022

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.

William Hamilton 30771

M, #3077, b. 1827, d. 17 August 1884

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BirthHe was born in 1827 at Cork, County Cork, Ireland.1 
DeathHe died on 17 August 1884 at Perth, Western Australia, Old Age and Debility.2,3 
BurialHe was buried circa 18 August 1884 at East Perth Cemetery, East Perth, Western Australia.2 
ConvictedConvicted of firing a pistol at the queen and sentenced to 7 years on 11 June 1849 at Central Criminal Court, London, London, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a bricklayer & mason on 7 August 1854.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Owen Glendower (Gibraltar) prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3077 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 31 August 1854 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted in February 1856 at Western Australia.1 
Bio His story can be found in "Shades of the Past."4
 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
Last Edited18 May 2023

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S11] East Perth Cemeteries, online eastperthcemeteries.com.au, https://www.eastperthcemeteries.com.au/explore/…
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 12724/1884.
  4. [S186] R.K. Forsyth, Shades of the Past Some Colourful Western Australian Convicts, pgs 56-58.

James Matthews 30781

M, #3078, b. 1826, d. 7 September 1872

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BirthHe was born in 1826 at Bristol, Bristol, England.1 
DeathHe died on 7 September 1872 at Toodyay, Western Australia.2,3 
BurialHe was buried at St Johns Cemetery, Toodyay, Western Australia.2 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny and sentenced to 7 years on 4 January 1850 at Bristol, Bristol, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a cabinet maker on 7 August 1854.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Owen Glendower (Gibraltar) prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3078 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 31 August 1854 at Western Australia.1 
ExpiredHis sentence expired in May 1858 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
Last Edited14 May 2023

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S42] Toodyay Cemeteries Database - Brain R Chambers,Northam, WA.
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 6360/1872.

James Dowling 30791

M, #3079, b. 1826, d. 30 March 1899

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BirthHe was born in 1826 at London, London, England.1 
DeathHe died on 30 March 1899 at Melbourne, Victoria.2 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny in a dwelling and sentenced to 7 years on 8 April 1850 at Central Criminal Court, London, London, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a woodcarver & joiner on 7 August 1854.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Owen Glendower (Gibraltar) prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3079 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 31 August 1854 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 1 March 1856 at Western Australia.1 

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LeftLeft the WA Colony Index
Last Edited7 Dec 2022

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S135] Glennis Sewell, Ramillies Vols 1 & 2, Vol 2 pg 20.

William Barnes 30801

M, #3080, b. 1829, d. 20 October 1855

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BirthHe was born in 1829.1 
DeathHe died on 20 October 1855 at Guildford Hospital, Guildford, Western Australia, phthisis.2,3,4 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny and sentenced to 7 years on 4 February 1850 at Central Criminal Court, London, London, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a bricklayer on 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Owen Glendower (Gibraltar) prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3080 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 31 August 1854 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
Last Edited26 Jun 2023

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2043604141/view
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 732/1855.
  4. [S6] Western Australia Convict Records, 1846-1930 SROWA, online Ancestry.com, Letter and Memoranda Books Comptroller - General to the Colonial Secretary (C19-C21) No. 1873 (frame 771)
    https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/60668/…

John Perkes 30811

M, #3081, b. 1834, d. 17 May 1918
Name-Change John Perkes 3081 was also known as John Perks 3081. 

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John Perkes 3081 (Photo: Western Mail 21.06.1918)
BirthHe was born in 1834.1 
DeathHe died on 17 May 1918 at Bewdley, Worcestershire, England.1,2,3 
ConvictedConvicted of house breaking & larceny and sentenced to 7 years on 12 March 1850 at Stafford, Staffordshire, England.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a painter on 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Owen Glendower (Gibraltar) prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3081 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 31 August 1854 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 19 April 1856 at Western Australia.1 
LeftJohn Perkes 3081 left the colony for England in 1891.1 
Bio John's story is partly told in "A Brand on His Coat"pg 227-229

He is also mentioned many time in "Wittenoom ...."

And in "To the Golden Land ..."

And also in "Frederick Francis Burdett Wittenoom"

He also has a couple of sections in the "Early Days" article "The Beginnings of Pastoral ..."

Has an entry in "Locked Up in Fremantle."4,5,6,7,8,9 

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LeftLeft the WA Colony Index
West AustMid West Convict Database Index
Last Edited1 Feb 2024

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S12] Trove, online trove.nla.gov.au, https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/37451399
  3. [S128] Free BDM, online freebdm.org.uk, Qtr: Jun 1918 District: Kidderminster Vol: 6c Page: 89 Name: John Perks.
  4. [S141] Jacqueline O'Brien & Pamela Statham-Drew, On We Go The Wittenoom Way, pgs 122, 131, 136, 137, 138, 142, 150, 166, 174, 175, 143 (photo).
  5. [S56] Rica Erickson, The Brand on His Coat, pgs 227-229.
  6. [S63] Catherine Cameron, Frederick Francis Burdett Wittenoom Pastoral Pioneer & Explorer 1855-1939, pg 9, 13,14,15, 19, 25, 27, 29, 33, 34, 36, 43, 49, 50, 51, 53, 54, 55, 101.
  7. [S169] Peter J Brdige, To The Golden Land Exploration to the Eastward 1869-1896, 128-129, 629 (picture), 631.
  8. [S180] C.W. Cameron, "Pastoral Activity Champion Bay."
  9. [S249] Steve Errington, Locked Up in Fremantle, pg 184.

William Crawley 30821

M, #3082, b. 1818
Name-Change William Crawley 3082 was also known as William Crowley 3082.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1818.1 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny and sentenced to 7 years on 11 July 1848 at Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a engineer on 7 August 1854.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Owen Glendower (Gibraltar) prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3082 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 29 August 1854 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 5 May 1856 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
West AustMid West Convict Database Index
Last Edited7 Dec 2022

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.

James Marr 30831

M, #3083, b. 1831, d. 18 May 1871
Name-Change James Marr 3083 was also known as John Marr 3083. 
Name-Change James Marr 3083 was also known as James Maher 3083.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1831.1 
DeathHe died on 18 May 1871 at York, Western Australia.1,2,3 
BurialHe was buried on 18 May 1871 at York Cemetery, York, Western Australia.4 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny from the person and sentenced to 7 years on 8 June 1849 at Birmingham, Warwickshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a gunsmith on 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Owen Glendower (Gibraltar) prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3083 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 31 August 1854 at Western Australia.1 
ExpiredHis sentence expired in August 1857 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
West AustMid West Convict Database Index
Last Edited14 May 2023

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S36] Jan James Collection held at FamilyHistoryWA,Bayswater, WA, York Deaths 1842-1935.
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 4970/1871. Recorded as John Marr.
  4. [S36] Jan James Collection held at FamilyHistoryWA,Bayswater, WA, York Burials 1843-1935.

John Smith 30841

M, #3084, b. 1826

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BirthHe was born in 1826.1 
ConvictedConvicted of highway robbery and sentenced to 7 years on 29 March 1849 at Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a butcher on 7 August 1854.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Owen Glendower (Gibraltar) prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3084 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 22 August 1854 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted in March 1857 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
Last Edited7 Dec 2022

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.

David Fivey 30851

M, #3085, b. 1833, d. 9 November 1902
Name-Change David Fivey 3085 was also known as Daniel Fibey 3085.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1833 at Down, Ireland.1 
DeathHe died on 9 November 1902 at Tarbolton, Ayrshire, Scotland.2 
ConvictedConvicted of housebreaking and sentenced to 7 years on 2 January 1851 at Tyrone, County Tyrone, Ireland.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a brushmaker on 7 August 1854.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being illiterate as at 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Owen Glendower (Gibraltar) prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3085 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 31 August 1854 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 5 May 1856 at Western Australia.1 
Bio Memtioned in "Tracks Through the Midlands."3 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
LeftLeft the WA Colony Index
Last Edited7 May 2023

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S135] Glennis Sewell, Ramillies Vols 1 & 2, pg 165.
  3. [S183] Maxine Laurie, Tracks Through The Midlands A History of the Moora District, pg 9.

John Keogh 30861

M, #3086, b. 1830, d. 14 May 1858
Name-Change John Keogh 3086 was also known as Andrew Gibney 3086.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1830 at Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland.1 
DeathHe died on 14 May 1858 at Melbourne, Victoria.2 
ConvictedConvicted of robbery and sentenced to 7 years on 7 April 1849 at Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 7 August 1854.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being illiterate as at 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Owen Glendower (Gibraltar) prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3086 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 22 August 1854 at Western Australia.1 
ExpiredHis sentence expired in April 1856 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
Last Edited4 Aug 2023

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S135] Glennis Sewell, Ramillies Vols 1 & 2, Vol II pg 154.

Michael Canterbury 30871

M, #3087, b. 1832

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BirthHe was born in 1832 at Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland.1 
ConvictedConvicted of felony of money and sentenced to 7 years on 5 September 1850 at Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a waiter on 7 August 1854.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Owen Glendower (Gibraltar) prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3087 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 31 August 1854 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 5 May 1856 at Western Australia.1 
Bio Has an entry in "Locked Up in Fremantle."2 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
Last Edited30 Jan 2024

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S249] Steve Errington, Locked Up in Fremantle, pg 48.

Philip Duffy 30881

M, #3088, b. 1827, d. 4 May 1898

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BirthHe was born in 1827 at County Mayo, Ireland.1 
DeathHe died on 4 May 1898 at Geraldlton, Western Australia.2,3 
BurialHe was buried on 5 May 1898 at Geraldton Cemetery, Geraldton, Western Australia.2 
ConvictedConvicted of steals clothes and sentenced to 7 years on 4 April 1849 at Mayo, County Mayo, Ireland. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 7 August 1854.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being illiterate as at 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Owen Glendower (Gibraltar) prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3088 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 31 August 1854 at Western Australia.1 
ExpiredHis sentence expired in October 1856 at Western Australia.1 
Research CWA has him being court martialled but this looks to be wrong. 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
West AustMid West Convict Database Index
Last Edited14 May 2023

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S45] Midwest Death Register, online midwestwaheritage.com/midwest-death-register/, https://midwestwaheritage.com/result/?id=18565
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 1283/1898.

Joseph White 30891

M, #3089, b. 1826, d. 21 October 1863
Name-Change Joseph White 3089 was also known as Joseph Walton 3089.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1826.1 
DeathHe died on 21 October 1863 at Perth Gaol, Perth, Western Australia, hanged for rape.1,2,3 
BurialHe was buried circa 22 October 1863 at East Perth Cemetery, East Perth, Western Australia.2 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny and sentenced to 15 years on 7 January 1852 at Newcastle, Northumberland, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a miner on 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3089 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 7 October 1857 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 5 November 1859 at Western Australia.1 
Bio Details of his crime and execution can be found in "Legal Executions" pg 15.4 

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DeathExecuted in WA
West AustMid West Convict Database Index
Last Edited14 May 2023

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S11] East Perth Cemeteries, online eastperthcemeteries.com.au, https://www.eastperthcemeteries.com.au/explore/…
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 3334/1866.
  4. [S68] Brian Purdue, Legal Executions in Western Australia, pg 15.

George Oglesby King 30901

M, #3090, b. 30 April 1834, d. 10 July 1905

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BirthHe was born on 30 April 1834 at Barton upon Humber, Lincolnshire, England.1 
DeathHe died on 10 July 1905 at Guildford, Western Australia.1,2 
BurialHe was buried at Guildford Cemetery, Guildford, Western Australia.3,4
ConvictedConvicted of assault & robbery and sentenced to 15 years on 28 February 1852 at Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854. Married Margaret Gilmore 1.9.1858 Guildford C/E. Had 4 children. Defacto Ellen Hagan c1867 Guildford 4 children.1 
OccupationRecorded as a shoemaker on 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3090 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 28 May 1856 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 8 August 1859 at Western Australia.1 
Bio The publication "George Ogelsby King ..." is about George and his descendants. SLWA has a copy

George is also mentioned on pg 283 of "Norfolk Poacher."5,6 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
Last Edited28 Jun 2023

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 2747/1905.
  3. [S41] Ozburials, online www.ozburials.com/CemsWA/waus.htm.
  4. [S33] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/179975307/…
  5. [S140] Jo-Anne Lowick, George Oglesby King A Convicts Decsendants & Ancestors.
  6. [S43] Bevan Carter, Norfolk Poacher, pg 283.

John Hayward 30911

M, #3091, b. 1830, d. 13 May 1902
Name-Change John Hayward 3091 was also known as John Haywood 3091.1 

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John Hayward 3091 (Photo: 1_bazza58 Ancestry)
BirthHe was born in 1830.1 
DeathHe died on 13 May 1902 at Nunyle, Toodyay, Western Australia.2,3,4 
BurialHe was buried at Toodyay Cemetery, Toodyay, Western Australia.2 
ConvictedConvicted of sacrilege and sentenced to 15 years on 13 March 1852 at Dorchester, Dorset, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854. Married Winifred Prince (nee Kelly.)1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3091 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 12 January 1856 at Western Australia.1 
ExpiredHis sentence expired on 12 March 1867 at Western Australia.1 
Cert. of FreedomHis Certificate of Freedom was granted on 29 July 1872 at Western Australia.1 
Bio The attached story has been extracted from "Norfolk Poacher"

referenced in "Mundaring...." on pg 103.5,6

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StoriesConvict Stories Index
Last Edited28 Jun 2023

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S42] Toodyay Cemeteries Database - Brain R Chambers,Northam, WA.
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 2790/1902.
  4. [S12] Trove, online trove.nla.gov.au, https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/211859719
  5. [S138] Ian Elliott, Mundaring A History of a Shire, pg 103.
  6. [S43] Bevan Carter, Norfolk Poacher.

George Bellchambers 30921

M, #3092, b. 1824
Name-Change George Bellchambers 3092 was also known as Charles Joseph 3092.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1824.1 
ConvictedConvicted of house breaking & larceny and sentenced to 15 years on 20 October 1852 at Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a painter & glazier on 7 August 1854.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3092 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 20 May 1856 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 27 August 1859 at Western Australia.1 
LeftGeorge Bellchambers 3092 left the colony for Callao on 19 September 1863.1 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
LeftLeft the WA Colony Index
West AustAlbany Related
Mid West Convict Database Index
Last Edited7 Dec 2022

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.

Charles Riley 30931

M, #3093, b. 1823, d. November 1893

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BirthHe was born in 1823.1 
DeathHe died in November 1893 at Derby Asylum, Derby, Derbyshire, England.2,3 
ConvictedConvicted of stealing a cheese and sentenced to 15 years on 15 October 1845 at Stafford, Staffordshire, England. He had been convicted previously.4 
PardonHis was granted a Pardon on 9 September 1852 at Coromandel Hulk, Bermuda.5 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny oil cloth and sentenced to 15 years on 3 January 1853 at Stafford, Staffordshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3093 on 7 August 1854.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 13 June 1857 at Western Australia.1 
LeftCharles Riley 3093 left the colony by escaping in March 1861.1,6,7 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
LeftLeft the WA Colony Index
MultipleTransported Twice
Last Edited21 Nov 2023

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S135] Glennis Sewell, Ramillies Vols 1 & 2, Vol 2 pg 51.
  3. [S128] Free BDM, online freebdm.org.uk, Qtr: Dec 1893 District: Derby Vol: 7b Page: 309 Name: Charles Riley.
  4. [S129] Millbank Prison Register, online unknown url, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-812738447/view
  5. [S8] UK, Prison Commission Records, 1770-1951, online ancestry.com, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1072941332/view
  6. [S78] SLWA, online slwa.wa.gov.au, https://purl.slwa.wa.gov.au/slwa_b1864946_002
  7. [S6] Western Australia Convict Records, 1846-1930 SROWA, online Ancestry.com, https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/60668/…

Robert Wainwright 30941

M, #3094, b. 1832

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BirthHe was born in 1832.1 
ConvictedConvicted of robbery with violence and sentenced to life on 4 March 1852 at Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married 1 child as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a lace maker on 7 August 1854.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Defence prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3094 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 7 December 1857 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 12 December 1861 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
Last Edited7 Dec 2022

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.

Robert Whitehead 30951

M, #3095, b. 1819
Name-Change Robert Whitehead 3095 was also known as Thomas Maylor 3095. 

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BirthHe was born in 1819 at England.1 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny and sentenced to life on 5 January 1838 at Bath, Somerset, England. He had been convicted previously.2 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Lord Lyndoch arriving at Sydney, New South Wales, on 8 August 1838.3 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 412 (Tas) on 8 July 1844 at Tasmania.4 
ConvictedConvicted of illegally at large with firearms in his possession and sentenced to life on 8 July 1844 at Maitland, New South Wales. He had been convicted previously.5 
EscapedRobert Whitehead 3095 escaped from absconded, stowed away on a merchant vessel and eventually end up back in England. on 18 January 1851.6 
ConvictedConvicted of returning to England after transportation to VDL and sentenced to life on 17 March 1852 at Exeter, Devon, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3095 on 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Defence prison.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a boatman on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 9 January 1856 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 14 December 1860 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
West AustMid West Convict Database Index
MultipleTransported Twice
Last Edited3 Oct 2023

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S8] UK, Prison Commission Records, 1770-1951, online ancestry.com, https://search.findmypast.com.au/record
  3. [S5] Australian Convict Transportation Registers – Other Fleets & Ships, 1791-1868, online nla.gov.au/nla.obj-728075871/findingaid#nla-obj-728081452, https://www.thegenealogist.com/search/advanced/overseas/…
  4. [S147] Tasmania Libraries Archives, online unknown url, https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON35-1-2P167
  5. [S12] Trove, online trove.nla.gov.au, https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/667751#.
  6. [S135] Glennis Sewell, Ramillies Vols 1 & 2, pg 68.

George Wilkins 30961

M, #3096, b. 1826

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BirthHe was born in 1826 at England.1 
ConvictedConvicted of murdering his wife and sentenced to life on 30 March 1852 at Taunton, Somerset, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was widower as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 7 August 1854.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being illiterate as at 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Defence prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3096 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 16 November 1857 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 25 September 1862 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
Last Edited4 Aug 2023

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.

John Samuel Davis 30971

M, #3097, b. 1809, d. 20 May 1858
Name-Change John Samuel Davis 3097 was also known as Samuel Davis 3097. 

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BirthHe was born in 1809 at Bristol, Bristol, England.1 
DeathHe died on 20 May 1858 at Convict Establishment Hospital, Fremantle, Western Australia.1,2,3 
ConvictedConvicted of stealing for payment of money and sentenced to life on 29 June 1852 at Warminster, Wiltshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married 5 children as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a watchmaker on 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Defence prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3097 on 7 August 1854.1 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
Last Edited14 May 2023

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S6] Western Australia Convict Records, 1846-1930 SROWA, online Ancestry.com, https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/60668/…
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 1110/1858.

William West 30981

M, #3098, b. 1830, d. 1904

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BirthHe was born in 1830.1 
DeathHe died in 1904 at Romsey, Hampshire, England.2,3 
ConvictedConvicted of house breaking and sentenced to 25 years on 15 July 1852 at Winchester, Hampshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854.1 
OccupationRecorded as a linen draper on 7 August 1854.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Defence prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3098 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 9 December 1857 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 3 December 1859 at Western Australia.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 10001 on 5 October 1870.4 
ConvictedConvicted of housebreaking and sentenced to 8 years on 5 October 1870 at Perth, Western Australia. He had been convicted previously.4,5 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 8 January 1876 at Western Australia.4 
Cert. of FreedomHis Certificate of Freedom was granted on 5 July 1879 at Western Australia.4 
LeftWilliam West 3098 left the colony for UK on 5 April 1882.1,6 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
LeftLeft the WA Colony Index
MultipleMultiple Convict No.s Index
Last Edited29 Jul 2023

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S135] Glennis Sewell, Ramillies Vols 1 & 2, Vol 2 pg 56.
  3. [S128] Free BDM, online freebdm.org.uk, Qtr: Jun 1904 District: Winchester Vol: 2c Page: 69 Name: William WEST.
  4. [S7] Rica Erickson and Gillian O'Mara, Convicts in WA 1850-1887.
  5. [S12] Trove, online trove.nla.gov.au, https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/256625992
  6. [S156] Brian Purdue, Convicts Who Left The Colony, Police Gazzettes 1882 pg 80.

Benjamin James Davis 30991

M, #3099, b. 1828, d. 13 October 1869

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BirthHe was born in 1828.1 
DeathHe died on 13 October 1869 at Myer's Flat, Bendigo, Victoria.2 
ConvictedConvicted of stealing from a dwelling house and sentenced to 15 years on 19 July 1852 at Clerkenwell, Middlesex, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 7 August 1854. Applied for permission to marry 18.2.1858.1 
OccupationRecorded as a tailor on 7 August 1854.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Defence prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3099 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 29 August 1856 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 10 September 1859 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
LeftLeft the WA Colony Index
Last Edited7 Dec 2022

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S12] Trove, online trove.nla.gov.au, https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/87922654

Michael Miles 31001

M, #3100, b. 1819, d. February 1887

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BirthHe was born in 1819.1 
DeathHe died in February 1887 at St Olave's Workhouse, Bermondsey, London, England.2,3 
ConvictedConvicted of rape and sentenced to 20 years on 22 March 1852 at Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married as at 7 August 1854. Applied for wife to come to WA 30.6.1856.4,5 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 7 August 1854.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 7 August 1854.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Ramillies arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 7 August 1854. He had been collected from Defence prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 3100 on 7 August 1854.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 23 September 1856 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 12 October 1860 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipRamillies Convict Index
LeftLeft the WA Colony Index
West AustMid West Convict Database Index
Last Edited29 Jul 2023

Citations

  1. [S26] FHWA Convict SIG Records - Largely sourced from Convicts in Western Australia 1850 - 1887 by Rica Erickson and Gilliian O'Mara,48 May St, Bayswater, WA.
  2. [S135] Glennis Sewell, Ramillies Vols 1 & 2, Vol 2 pg 63.
  3. [S128] Free BDM, online freebdm.org.uk, Qtr: Mar 1887 District: St. Olave Vol: 1d Page: 213 Name: Michael Miles.
  4. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2043256406/view
  5. [S84] Records of the Colonial Office, online nla.gov.au/nla.obj-728202615/findingaid#nla-obj-728207492, Register of applications for passages to the colonies for convicts' families
    https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2054387112/view