James Fisk 7511

M, #751, b. 1830

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BirthHe was born in 1830.1 
ConvictedConvicted of house breaking and sentenced to 7 years on 3 January 1849 at Coventry, Warwickshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Justitia prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 751 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being illiterate as at 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 10 November 1855 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
Last Edited21 Feb 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.

Edward George Barrington 7521

M, #752, b. 1821, d. 28 January 1890
Name-Change Edward George Barrington 752 was also known as Edwin Lord Barrington 752.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1821 at Bristol, Bristol, England.1 
DeathHe died on 28 January 1890 at Murray Street, Perth, Western Australia.2,3 
BurialHe was buried on 29 January 1890 at East Perth Cemetery, East Perth, Western Australia; buried as BARRINGTON, Edwin Lord.2,4 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny in a dwelling house and sentenced to 10 years on 10 June 1844 at Central Criminal Court, London, London, England.5 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Cumberland arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 26 January 1846. He had been collected from Pentonville prison.6 
ConvictedConvicted of being at large before sentence expired and sentenced to 7 years on 16 September 1850 at Central Criminal Court, London, London, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
OccupationRecorded as a millwright on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 752 on 14 October 1851.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Justitia prison.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married 2 chn as at 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 5 January 1852 at Western Australia.1 
Bio The attached story is courtesy of Bevan Carter.7

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MultipleTransported Twice
Returned to England from WA Early
Last Edited23 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. [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: 12/1890.
  4. [S33] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/197625084/…
  5. [S108] Old Bailey Online, online oldbaileyonline.org, https://www.oldbaileyonline.org/browse.jsp
  6. [S106] Pentonville Prison Register, online nla.gov.au/nla.obj-727851581/findingaid?digitised=y#nla-obj-727852985, No. 559 https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-813364568/view
  7. [S29] Bevan Carter,Bassendean, WA.

John Glover Hasson 7531

M, #753, b. 1828, d. 9 June 1893

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John Hasson 753 (Photo: Leona Gardiner)
BirthHe was born in 1828.1 
DeathHe died on 9 June 1893 at Toodyay, Western Australia.1,2 
BurialHe was buried on 10 June 1893 at Toodyay Cemetery, Toodyay, Western Australia; AN EK 20/21.3
ConvictedConvicted of robbery and sentenced to 7 years on 21 September 1848 at Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851. Married Ann James 1.2.1859 Toodyay.1 
OccupationRecorded as a general servant on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 753 on 14 October 1851.1 
ExpiredHis sentence expired on 20 September 1855 at Western Australia.1 
Bio The attached snippet is from "Norfolk Poacher."4

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ShipMinden Convict Index
Last Edited6 Mar 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. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 501/1893.
  3. [S42] Toodyay Cemeteries Database - Brian R Chambers,Northam, WA.
  4. [S43] Bevan Carter, Norfolk Poacher, pg 281.

John Jones 7541

M, #754, b. 1824

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BirthHe was born in 1824.1 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny and sentenced to 7 years on 27 November 1848 at Manchester, Lancashire, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 754 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted in February 1854 at Western Australia.1 
LeftJohn Jones 754 left the colony for Melbourne per S.S. China on 10 September 1876.1,2,3 

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LeftLeft the WA Colony Index
Last Edited12 Feb 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. [S156] Brian Purdue, Convicts Who Left The Colony, WA Police Gazettes 1876 pg 132.
  3. [S76] Convicts Who Left From Albany, online ancestry.com, https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/60668/…

Frederick Lintol 7551

M, #755, b. 1829, d. 3 July 1875
Name-Change Frederick Lintol 755 was also known as Frederick Lintott 755 also Lintoff; Lintoll.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1829 at England.1 
DeathHe died on 3 July 1875 at Geraldton Flats, Geraldton, Western Australia, general debility.1,2,3 
BurialHe was buried on 3 July 1875 at Greenough Cemetery, Greenough, Western Australia; as Frederick Lintott.4,5 
ConvictedConvicted of burglary and sentenced to 7 years on 27 November 1848 at Central Criminal Court, London, London, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851. Married Catherine Canavan 16.6.1856 Geraldton.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 755 on 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 16 December 1854 at Western Australia.1 

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West AustMid West Convict Database Index
Last Edited25 Sep 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. [S52] Midwest Convict Register, online midwestwaheritage.com/midwest-convict-register/.
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 8548/1875.
  4. [S45] Midwest Death Register, online midwestwaheritage.com/midwest-death-register/, https://midwestwaheritage.com/result/?id=4635
  5. [S33] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/228881132/…

James Hornett 7561

M, #756, b. 1825, d. 23 April 1875

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BirthHe was born in 1825.1 
DeathHe died on 23 April 1875 at Colonial Hospital, Perth, Western Australia, Rupture of Bladder.2,3 
BurialHe was buried on 24 April 1875 at East Perth Cemetery, East Perth, Western Australia.4 
ConvictedConvicted of receiving stolen goods and sentenced to 7 years on 27 November 1848 at Central Criminal Court, London, London, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 756 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
ExpiredHis sentence expired on 26 November 1855 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
Last Edited8 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.
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 8425/1875.
  4. [S11] East Perth Cemeteries, online eastperthcemeteries.com.au, https://www.eastperthcemeteries.com.au/explore/…

Eli Bates 7571

M, #757, b. 1824

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BirthHe was born in 1824.1 
ConvictedConvicted of obtaining goods by false pretences and sentenced to 7 years on 9 December 1848 at York, Yorkshire, England.1 
OccupationRecorded as a calico printer on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 757 on 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 14 January 1854 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
West AustMid West Convict Database Index
Last Edited12 Feb 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 Hutchinson 7581

M, #758, b. 5 May 1827, d. 16 September 1885

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BirthHe was born on 5 May 1827 at Bradford, Yorkshire, England.1,2,3 
DeathHe died on 16 September 1885 at Glebe, New South Wales.3 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny and sentenced to 7 years on 9 December 1848 at York, Yorkshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married as at 14 October 1851.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 758 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 30 September 1853 at Western Australia.1 
Cert. of FreedomHis Certificate of Freedom was granted on 24 August 1878 at Western Australia.1 
LeftRobert Hutchinson 758 left the colony for SA on 25 October 1878.1,4 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
LeftLeft for South Aust Index
Left the WA Colony Index
West AustMid West Convict Database Index
Last Edited23 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. [S52] Midwest Convict Register, online midwestwaheritage.com/midwest-convict-register/.
  3. [S12] Trove, online trove.nla.gov.au, Family Notices (1885, September 21). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 1. Retrieved February 8, 2022, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article28363952
  4. [S156] Brian Purdue, Convicts Who Left The Colony, WA Police Gazettes 1879 pg 26.

Joseph Preemer 7591

M, #759, b. 1823
Name-Change Joseph Preemer 759 was also known as Joseph Preeman 759.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1823.1 
ConvictedConvicted of burglary and sentenced to 7 years on 9 December 1848 at Liverpool, Lancashire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851.1 
OccupationRecorded as a miner on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 759 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 30 September 1853 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
Last Edited24 Mar 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.

Michael Smith 7601

M, #760, b. 1822

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BirthHe was born in 1822.1 
ConvictedConvicted of burglary and sentenced to 7 years on 9 December 1848 at Liverpool, Lancashire, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851.1 
OccupationRecorded as a smith or farrier on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 760 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 27 May 1854 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
Last Edited23 Feb 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.

John Harris 7611

M, #761, b. 1825

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BirthHe was born in 1825.1 
ConvictedConvicted of burglary and sentenced to 7 years on 9 December 1848 at Liverpool, Lancashire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851.1 
OccupationRecorded as a hammerman on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 761 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
ExpiredHis sentence expired on 8 December 1855 at Western Australia.1 
Research CWA has his death as 1874 Dongara but Midwest Convict Register has #1441 (John Harris) dying in Dongara in 1874. There is an additional compliction, as the Midwest Death Register show an 11 day old John harris dying in Dongara on 26.6.1874. 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
Last Edited2 Mar 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.

John Jones 7621

M, #762, b. 1828

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BirthHe was born in 1828.1 
ConvictedConvicted of house breaking and sentenced to 10 years on 11 December 1847 at York, Yorkshire, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851.1 
OccupationRecorded as a trysail maker on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 762 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
ConvictedConvicted of wilful murder of an aboriginal and sentenced to life transportation on 5 October 1853 at Perth, Western Australia. He had been convicted previously.2 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 8 November 1856 at Western Australia.3 
ExpiredHis sentence expired in September 1859 at Western Australia.1 
Bio Has an entry in "Locked Up in Fremantle."4 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
Last Edited31 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. [S12] Trove, online trove.nla.gov.au, https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/3174728
  3. [S6] Western Australia Convict Records, 1846-1930 SROWA, online Ancestry.com, Character Book, 1850 - 1857 (R17)
    https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/60668/…
  4. [S249] Steve Errington, Locked Up in Fremantle, pg 130.

Patrick Looby 7631

M, #763, b. 1822

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BirthHe was born in 1822.1 
ConvictedConvicted of manslaughter and sentenced to 10 years on 11 December 1847 at York, Yorkshire, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married 1 child as at 14 October 1851. Applied for wife & chn to come to WA 1/2yr return 31.12.1852. Wife Catherine nee Cossello followed per Sabrina 13.6.1853.2,3 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 763 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted in February 1854 at Western Australia.1 
LeftPatrick Looby 763 left the colony for SA per Frances on 12 October 1856.1 

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LeftLeft for South Aust Index
Left the WA Colony Index
Last Edited23 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. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2032980189/view
  3. [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-2054375528/view

Anthony Walton 7641

M, #764, b. 1822, d. 16 December 1887

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BirthHe was born in 1822.1 
DeathHe died on 16 December 1887 at Milup, Gordon River, Western Australia.2 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny and sentenced to 7 years on 15 December 1848 at Birmingham, Warwickshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married 1 child as at 14 October 1851. Applied for wife & child to come to WA 1/2yr return 31.12.1852.3,4 
OccupationRecorded as a farm labourer on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 764 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted in April 1854 at Western Australia.1 
Bio Mentioned in "The Centre of the District"

Mentionws in "Frankland to the Stirlings."5,6 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
Last Edited28 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. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 759/1887.
  3. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2032980189/view
  4. [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-2054376440/view
  5. [S204] Molly Watt, The Centre of the District : a story of Lomas and Sarah Toovey, Round Swamp, Tenterden, Western Australia, 1850-1893, pgs 114.
  6. [S205] Maxine laurie, Frankland to the Stirlings : a history of the Cranbrook Shire, pgs 10, 12, 13, 18.

William Pollard 7651

M, #765, b. 1812

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BirthHe was born in 1812.1 
ConvictedConvicted of burglary & larceny and sentenced to 7 years on 9 December 1848 at York, Yorkshire, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married as at 14 October 1851.1 
OccupationRecorded as a butcher on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 765 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted in November 1853 at Western Australia.1 
LeftWilliam Pollard 765 left the colony for SA per Champion on 13 September 1855.1 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
LeftLeft for South Aust Index
Left the WA Colony Index
Last Edited23 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.

Henry Walker 7661

M, #766, b. 1821

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BirthHe was born in 1821.1 
ConvictedConvicted of felony and sentenced to 7 years on 28 December 1848 at Bolton, Lancashire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851.1 
OccupationRecorded as a miner on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 766 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being illiterate as at 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted in January 1854 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
Last Edited23 Feb 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 Pollett 7671

M, #767, b. 1823, d. 31 January 1866
Name-Change James Pollett 767 was also known as James Pollitt 767. 
Name-Change James Pollett 767 was also known as James Pollard 767.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1823.1 
DeathHe died on 31 January 1866 at Mr Townton's, Perth, Western Australia, Excessive Drinking; Fall.2,3 
BurialHe was buried circa 31 January 1866 at East Perth Cemetery, East Perth, Western Australia.4 
ConvictedConvicted of felony and sentenced to 7 years on 9 December 1848 at Bolton, Lancashire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married as at 14 October 1851.1 
OccupationRecorded as a butcher on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 767 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted in November 1853 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
Last Edited8 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.
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 3133/1866.
  4. [S11] East Perth Cemeteries, online eastperthcemeteries.com.au, https://www.eastperthcemeteries.com.au/explore/…

George Booth 7681

M, #768, b. 1834, d. 1 May 1873

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George Booth 768 (Photo: JudithS44)
BirthHe was born in 1834.1 
DeathHe died on 1 May 1873 at Irwin River, Western Australia.1,2 
BurialHe was buried on 1 May 1873 at Irwin Cemetery, Dongara, Western Australia.3,4 
ConvictedConvicted of warehouse breaking and sentenced to 7 years on 1 January 1849 at Manchester, Lancashire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851. Married Ellen Amelia Hunt 4.6.1861 Geraldton C/E. Son of John.1 
OccupationRecorded as a striker for smith or blacksmith on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 768 on 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 30 September 1853 at Western Australia.1 
Cert. of FreedomHis Certificate of Freedom was granted on 11 February 1864 at Western Australia.1 
Bio Some details about George can be found in "Rogues, Rascals and the Reformed" pg 19.5 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
West AustMid West Convict Database Index
Last Edited23 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: 6612/1873.
  3. [S45] Midwest Death Register, online midwestwaheritage.com/midwest-death-register/, https://midwestwaheritage.com/result/?id=14483
  4. [S33] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/229531454/george-booth
  5. [S67] Anne Jeffreys, Rogues, Rascals and the Reformed Ticket of Leave Men of the Irwin District 1860-1900, pg 19.

Peter Jackson 7691

M, #769, b. 1822, d. 26 January 1867

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BirthHe was born in 1822.1 
DeathHe died on 26 January 1867 at Convict Depot, Geraldton, Western Australia.1,2 
BurialHe was buried at Geraldton Cemetery, Geraldton, Western Australia.3 
ConvictedConvicted of stealing and sentenced to 7 years on 1 January 1849 at Manchester, Lancashire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851.1 
OccupationRecorded as a waterman on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 769 on 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 30 September 1853 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
West AustMid West Convict Database Index
Last Edited8 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. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 3460/1867.
  3. [S45] Midwest Death Register, online midwestwaheritage.com/midwest-death-register/, https://midwestwaheritage.com/result/?id=16177

Frederick Ritterfack 7701

M, #770, b. 1801
Name-Change Frederick Ritterfack 770 was also known as Federick Ritterspack 770.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1801.1 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny 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 widower 4 chn as at 14 October 1851.1 
OccupationRecorded as a general stationer on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 770 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 6 August 1853 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
Last Edited23 Feb 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.

Henry Green 7711

M, #771, b. 1830

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BirthHe was born in 1830.1 
ConvictedConvicted of counting-house breaking and sentenced to 7 years on 1 January 1849 at Manchester, Lancashire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 771 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 31 December 1853 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
Last Edited23 Feb 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 Usher Pass 7721

M, #772, b. 1829, d. 22 November 1889

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BirthHe was born in 1829.1 
DeathHe died on 22 November 1889 at Immigrants Home, Royal Park, Victoria.1 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny and sentenced to 7 years on 1 January 1849 at Manchester, Lancashire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married 1 child as at 14 October 1851. Married Catherine Develin 10.11.1853 perth Wes.1 
OccupationRecorded as a tailor on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 772 on 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 6 August 1853 at Western Australia.1 
LeftWilliam Usher Pass 772 left the colony for Vic per S.S. Geelong on 15 January 1869.1,2 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
LeftLeft the WA Colony Index
Last Edited12 Feb 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. [S76] Convicts Who Left From Albany, online ancestry.com, https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/60668/…

John Lewes 7731

M, #773, b. 1826

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BirthHe was born in 1826.1 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny and sentenced to 7 years on 1 January 1849 at Hereford, Herefordshire, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851.1 
OccupationRecorded as a sailmaker on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 773 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
ExpiredHis sentence expired on 1 January 1856 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
Last Edited23 Feb 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 Davis 7741

M, #774, b. 1824

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BirthHe was born in 1824.1 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny from the person and sentenced to 7 years on 1 January 1849 at Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 774 on 14 October 1851.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 7 January 1854 at Western Australia.1 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
Last Edited23 Feb 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.

Henry Lowis 7751

M, #775, b. 1821, d. 12 October 1885
Name-Change Henry Lowis 775 was also known as Henry Lewis 775.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1821.1 
DeathHe died on 12 October 1885 at York, Western Australia.1,2 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny and sentenced to 7 years on 11 January 1848 at Spilsby, Lincolnshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 14 October 1851. Married Johanna Whittington 17.11.1858 York Wes. Son of Thomas.1 
OccupationRecorded as a cooper on 14 October 1851.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 14 October 1851 at Western Australia.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 14 October 1851.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Minden arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 14 October 1851. He had been collected from Warrior prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 775 on 14 October 1851.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 16 December 1854 at Western Australia.1 
Census_1859YorkHenry Lowis 775 appeared on the 1859 York census at York, Western Australia, on the premises of The Lock Up.3 
Research CWA has two entries for him; Henry Lewis and Henry Lowis. 

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ShipMinden Convict Index
West AustYork Census 1859 Index
Last Edited30 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. [S95] WA Police Gazettes, online slwa.wa.gov.au/collections/collections/police-gazettes, 1885 pg 172.
  3. [S110] State Records Office of WA, online archive.sro.wa.gov.au, https://archive.sro.wa.gov.au/index.php/…