George Hankey 1011

M, #101, b. October 1822

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BirthHe was born in October 1822 at Great Budworth, Cheshire, England.1 
ConvictedConvicted of rape and sentenced to 15 years on 12 August 1848 at Chester, Cheshire, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married 1 child as at 25 October 1850.1,2 
OccupationRecorded as a miner on 25 October 1850.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 101 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 18 December 1851 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 24 February 1855 at Western Australia.1 
Bio See attached bio courtesy of Marcia Watson

Has an entry in "Locked Up in Fremantle."3,4

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ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
LeftLeft for South Aust Index
West AustAlbany Related
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. [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-2054367893/view
  3. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.
  4. [S249] Steve Errington, Locked Up in Fremantle, pg 105.

Murdoch McGlenchie 1021

M, #102, b. 1823, d. 15 August 1896
Name-Change Murdoch McGlenchie 102 was also known as Murdoch Grant 102.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1823.1 
DeathHe died on 15 August 1896 at Strathfield, New South Wales.1 
ConvictedConvicted of assault & robbery and sentenced to 15 years on 23 April 1847 at Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a tailor on 25 October 1850.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 102 on 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 10 April 1851 at Western Australia. He was assigned to the Perth district as a tailor working for Mr. Waldich at the wage of 25s per month.1,2 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 16 August 1860 at Western Australia.1 
Bio See attached bio courtesy of Marcia Watson.3

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ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
LeftLeft the WA Colony Index
West AustAlbany Related
Last Edited2 Apr 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. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2033924223/view
  3. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.

Thomas Fisher Woods 1031

M, #103, b. 1825, d. 24 March 1901

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BirthHe was born in 1825 at Royston, Cambridgeshire, England.1 
DeathHe died on 24 March 1901 at Canning River, Western Australia.1,2,3 
BurialHe was buried at Karrakatta Cemetery, Karrakatta, Western Australia.4,5 
ConvictedConvicted of burglary and sentenced to 15 years on 17 July 1847 at Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 25 October 1850.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850. Granted permission to marry 1/2yr return 31.12.1853.1,6 
OccupationRecorded as a groom on 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 103 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 26 May 1851 at Western Australia. He was assigned to the Toodyay district as a labourer working for Mr. T Lockyer at the wage of £1 per month.1,7 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 14 July 1855 at Western Australia.1 
Bio The attached bio is courtesy of Marcia Watson.8

Found in These Indexes

ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
Last Edited22 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. [S95] WA Police Gazettes, online slwa.wa.gov.au/collections/collections/police-gazettes, Inquest 1901 pg 129.
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 92/1901.
  4. [S14] Metropolitan Cemeteries Board, online ww2.mcb.wa.gov.au/NameSearch, https://portal.mcb.wa.gov.au/name-search/ns-detail/
  5. [S33] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/208364793/…
  6. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2037108903/view
  7. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2033923502/view
  8. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.

James Eamer 1041

M, #104, b. March 1818, d. 16 May 1868

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BirthHe was born in March 1818 at Hurst, Berkshire, England.1 
DeathHe died on 16 May 1868 at Adelaide, South Australia.1,2
ConvictedConvicted of stealing a sheep and sentenced to 15 years on 3 January 1848 at Abingdon, Berkshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 25 October 1850.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married 1 child as at 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a farm labourer on 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 104 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 10 August 1851 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 22 March 1856 at Western Australia.1 
Bio See attached bio courtesy of Marcia Watson

He worked in the Murray District on TOL in 1855.3,4

Found in These Indexes

ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories 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.
  2. [S100] Deaths, SA Deaths 1842-1915.
  3. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.
  4. [S185] Ronald Richards, The Murray District of WA, pg 266.

John Foster 1051

M, #105, b. 1820, d. 18 December 1850

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BirthHe was born in 1820 at Aston on Trent, Derbyshire, England.1 
DeathHe died on 18 December 1850 at Fremantle Hospital, Fremantle, Western Australia, disease of the stomach.1,2 
ConvictedConvicted of stealing a smock and sentenced to 15 years on 2 January 1849 at Derby, Derbyshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being illiterate as at 25 October 1850.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a farm labourer on 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 105 on 25 October 1850.1 
Bio See attached bio courtesy of Marcia Watson.3

Found in These Indexes

ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
Last Edited26 Jul 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. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2033286984/view
  3. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.

Henry Jones 1061

M, #106, b. 1821
Name-Change Henry Jones 106 was also known as Henry Ward 106.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1821 at Rothley, Leicestershire, England.1 
ConvictedConvicted of wound and sentenced to 15 years on 1 January 1849 at Central Criminal Court, London, London, England. He had been convicted previously.1,2 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850. Granted permission to marry 1/2yr return 30.06.1853. Married Martha Howse.1,3 
OccupationRecorded as a sawyer on 25 October 1850.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 106 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 26 February 1852 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 2 June 1855 at Western Australia.1 
Bio See attached bio courtesy of Marcia Watson.4

Found in These Indexes

ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
Last Edited25 Apr 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. [S115] Digital panopticon, online digitalpanopticon.org, https://www.digitalpanopticon.org/life
  3. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2034041466/view
  4. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.

Elias Lapidus 1071

M, #107, b. 1818

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BirthHe was born in 1818 at Germany.1 
ConvictedConvicted of receiving stolen goods and sentenced to 14 years on 25 March 1848 at Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married 3 chn as at 25 October 1850. Married Esther Israel.1
OccupationRecorded as a jeweller on 25 October 1850.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 107 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 18 August 1851 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 29 April 1854 at Western Australia.1 
LeftElias Lapidus 107 left the colony for Singapore in December 1855.1 
Bio The attached stories are courtesy of Michelle Urban and Joanne Hyland and also another courtesy of Marcia Watson

Elias Lapidus is referenced on pg 36 of "A Brand on His Coat".

He is also mentioned in "Hebrew, Israelite, Jew"

He is also featured here Fremantle Stuff.2,3,4,5

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ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
LeftLeft the WA Colony Index
Last Edited13 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. [S56] Rica Erickson, The Brand on His Coat, pgs 36.
  3. [S96] Michelle Urban and Joanne Hyland,Perth, WA.
  4. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.
  5. [S248] David Mossenson, Hebrew, Israelite, Jew, pg 10, 225, 251.

Henry Taylor 1081

M, #108, b. 1808, d. 3 August 1883
Name-Change Henry Taylor 108 was also known as Henry Varley 108.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1808.1 
DeathHe died on 3 August 1883 at Mount Eliza Invalid Depot, Perth, Western Australia, old age and debillity.1,2,3 
BurialHe was buried on 3 August 1883 at East Perth Cemetery, East Perth, Western Australia.4 
ConvictedConvicted of felony and sentenced to 14 years on 1 January 1849 at Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850.1 
Physical Desc.Recorded with the physical attributes: 5ft 7½ins, sandy hair hazel eyes, long visage, fair complexion, thin appearance, a man & woman on right arm above elbow, heart & flowerpot & Mermaid on small of left arm above elbow, a tree below the elbow, ‘S’ on left hand on 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 25 October 1850.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 108 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 26 January 1852 at Western Australia.1 
ExpiredHis sentence expired on 31 December 1862 at Western Australia.1 
Cert. of FreedomHis Certificate of Freedom was granted on 9 August 1870 at Western Australia.1 
Bio The attached bio is courtesy of Marcia Watson.

Has an entry in "Locked Up in Fremantle."5,6

Found in These Indexes

ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories 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. [S11] East Perth Cemeteries, online eastperthcemeteries.com.au.
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 11960/1883.
  4. [S11] East Perth Cemeteries, online eastperthcemeteries.com.au, https://www.eastperthcemeteries.com.au/explore/…
  5. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.
  6. [S249] Steve Errington, Locked Up in Fremantle, pg 223.

William Thomas 1091

M, #109, b. 1823

Photo (if we have one) and Pdf Link files(s) to website records. Also look at Convict Ship level links for key WA records.

BirthHe was born in 1823.1 
ConvictedConvicted of stealing copper pipe and sentenced to 14 years on 4 March 1847 at Leeds, Yorkshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a shoemaker on 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 109 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 8 February 1851 at Western Australia. He was assigned to the Perth district as a shoemaker working for Mr Gilbert, shoemaker at the wage of 30s per month.1,2 
ExpiredHis sentence expired in May 1862 at Western Australia.1 
Bio The attached bio is courtesy of Marcia Watson.

Has an entry in "Locked Up in Fremantle."3,4

Found in These Indexes

ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
MultipleTransported Twice
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. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2033924223/view
  3. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.
  4. [S249] Steve Errington, Locked Up in Fremantle, pg 225.

John Robinson 1101

M, #110, b. 1818, d. 1 September 1879

Photo (if we have one) and Pdf Link files(s) to website records. Also look at Convict Ship level links for key WA records.

BirthHe was born in 1818 at Warwickshire, England.1 
DeathHe died on 1 September 1879 at Mount Eliza Invalid Depot, Perth, Western Australia, debility.1,2,3 
BurialHe was buried on 2 September 1879 at East Perth Cemetery, East Perth, Western Australia.4 
ConvictedConvicted of burglary and sentenced to 15 years on 5 December 1848 at Chester, Cheshire, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was widower 1 child as at 25 October 1850.1 
Physical Desc.Recorded with the physical attributes: 5ft 5ins, brown hair, blue eyes, oval visage, fair fresh complexion, stout build on 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a tailor on 25 October 1850.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 110 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 8 May 1852 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 1 March 1865 at Western Australia.1 
Bio See attached bio and article are courtesy of Marcia Watson.5

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ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
West AustMid West Convict Database Index
Last Edited5 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: 10285/1879.
  4. [S11] East Perth Cemeteries, online eastperthcemeteries.com.au, https://www.eastperthcemeteries.com.au/explore/…
  5. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.

Jonas Haynes 1111

M, #111, b. 18 August 1823, d. 6 April 1907

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Jonas Haynes 111 (Photo: regencylady18)
BirthHe was born on 18 August 1823.1 
DeathHe died on 6 April 1907 at Fremantle, Western Australia.1 
BurialHe was buried at Fremantle Cemetery, Fremantle, Western Australia; Ang MON A 0928.2,3 
ConvictedConvicted of robbery with violence and sentenced to 15 years on 27 November 1848 at Central Criminal Court, London, London, England.1,4 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 25 October 1850.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850. Applied for permission to marry 5.2.1855. Married Catherine McLaughlin 3.2.1855. Son F J & Hannah.5 
OccupationRecorded as a machine fitter on 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 111 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 10 February 1852 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 20 November 1862 at Western Australia.1 
Bio See attached bio courtesy of Marcia Watson

"Destiny Determined" has information about Jonas and his descendants

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

Found in These Indexes

ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
West AustAlbany Related
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. [S14] Metropolitan Cemeteries Board, online ww2.mcb.wa.gov.au/NameSearch, https://portal.mcb.wa.gov.au/name-search/ns-detail/
  3. [S33] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/184687961/jonas-haynes
  4. [S115] Digital panopticon, online digitalpanopticon.org, https://www.digitalpanopticon.org/life
  5. [S6] Western Australia Convict Records, 1846-1930 SROWA, online Ancestry.com, Letter and Memoranda Books Comptroller - General to the Colonial Secretary (C19-C21) No. 1073 (frame 639)
    https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/60668/…
  6. [S165] Brian Joseph Fox APM, Destiny Determined - Fox Family History Exposed.
  7. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.
  8. [S249] Steve Errington, Locked Up in Fremantle, pg 111.

William Tomlinson 1121

M, #112, b. 1823, d. 6 April 1880

Photo (if we have one) and Pdf Link files(s) to website records. Also look at Convict Ship level links for key WA records.

BirthHe was born in 1823.1 
DeathHe died on 6 April 1880 at Geraldlton, Western Australia.1,2,3 
BurialHe was buried on 6 April 1880 at Geraldton Cemetery, Geraldton, Western Australia.2 
ConvictedConvicted of stealing copper piping and sentenced to 14 years on 4 March 1847 at Leeds, Yorkshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850. Married Elizabeth Farnel/Fernem Geraldton.1 
Physical Desc.Recorded with the physical attributes: 5ft 3½ins, light brown hair, blue eyes, sharp visage, fair complexion, stout appearance, a bird & woman on right arm above elbow, heart & flowerpot & mermaid on small of left arm above elbow, a tree below the elbow; S on left hand on 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 112 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 8 February 1851 at Western Australia. He was assigned to the Fremantle district as a labourer working for Sammuel Diggle TOL holder at the wage of 4s per diem.1,4 
Census_1859YorkWilliam Tomlinson 112 appeared on the 1859 York census at York, Western Australia, on the premises of George Gooch.5 
ExpiredHis sentence expired on 4 March 1864 at Western Australia.1 
Bio The attached bio is courtesy of Marcia Watson.6

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ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
West AustMid West Convict Database Index
York Census 1859 Index
MultipleTransported Twice
Last Edited22 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. [S45] Midwest Death Register, online midwestwaheritage.com/midwest-death-register/, https://midwestwaheritage.com/result/?id=18964
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 10509/1880.
  4. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2033924223/view
  5. [S110] State Records Office of WA, online archive.sro.wa.gov.au, https://archive.sro.wa.gov.au/index.php/…
  6. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.

Nathaniel Horsfield 1131

M, #113, b. 1804, d. 30 August 1859
Name-Change Nathaniel Horsfield 113 was also known as Nathaniel Horsefield 113.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1804 at Cottihgham, Yorkshire, England.1 
DeathHe died on 30 August 1859 at Murchison House Station, Murchison, Western Australia, lung disease.1,2,3
BurialHe was buried at Murchison House Station, Murchison, Western Australia.4 
ConvictedConvicted of burglary and sentenced to 15 years on 9 December 1848 at York, Yorkshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married 3 chn as at 25 October 1850. Probably related to #92.1,5 
Physical Desc.Recorded with the physical attributes: 5ft 7½ins, dark hair appearing black, blue eyes, oval visage, brown complexion, small whiskers, one joint of 2nd finger right hand deficient on 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 25 October 1850.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 113 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 17 February 1852 at Western Australia.1 
Bio See attached bio courtesy of Marcia Watson.6

Found in These Indexes

ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
West AustMid West Convict Database Index
Last Edited13 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-2044217012/view
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 1278/1859.
  4. [S33] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/176376123/…
  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-2054368251/view
  6. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.

Alfred Daniel Letch 1141

M, #114, b. 1823, d. 14 March 1907
Name-Change Alfred Daniel Letch 114 was also known as Alfred De Letch 114.1 

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Alfred Letch #114 (Photo: KiraMead)
Parents His parents were Edward Letch & Mary Darby.2 
BirthHe was born in 1823 at Finchfield, Essex, England.1 
DeathHe died on 14 March 1907 at Perth, Western Australia.1,3 
BurialHe was buried on 16 March 1907 at East Perth Cemetery, East Perth, Western Australia.4,5 
ConvictedConvicted of larceny and sentenced to 14 years on 2 January 1849 at Chelmsford, Essex, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850. Married Amelia Flinch/French.1 
OccupationRecorded as a tailor on 25 October 1850.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 114 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 26 January 1852 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 30 July 1855 at Western Australia.1 
Bio See attached bio courtesy of Marcia Watson

His story is also partly told in a Master's Thesis paper by Sandra Potter which you can download twelve white-collar convicts in the Swan River colony.6

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ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
Last Edited8 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, Death Reg: 100185/1907.
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 100185/1907.
  4. [S11] East Perth Cemeteries, online eastperthcemeteries.com.au, https://www.eastperthcemeteries.com.au/explore/…
  5. [S33] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/207566322/…
  6. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.

Frederick Pryme 1151

M, #115, b. 1809
Name-Change Frederick Pryme 115 was also known as Frederick Prime 115.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1809.1 
ConvictedConvicted of stealing from shop and sentenced to 14 years on 24 March 1847 at Coventry, Warwickshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married 2 chn as at 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a warehouseman on 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 115 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 10 February 1851 at Western Australia. He was assigned to the Swan district as a warehouseman working for Jonathan Jones at the wage of 25s per month.1,2 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 5 July 1856 at Western Australia.1 
Bio The attched bio is courtesy of Marcia Watson.

Employed as a TOL warehouseman by Jonathan Jones in 1851 - "On The Swan" pg 166.3,4

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ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
Last Edited2 Apr 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. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2033924223/view
  3. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.
  4. [S60] Michael J. Bourke, On The Swan A History of the Swan District Western Australia, pg 166.

Jesse Miller 1161

M, #116, b. 1829

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BirthHe was born in 1829.1 
ConvictedConvicted of arson and sentenced to 14 years on 5 March 1849 at Chelmsford, Essex, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 25 October 1850.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 116 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 5 March 1852 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 30 December 1854 at Western Australia.1 
Bio See attached bio courtesy of Marcia Watson.2

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ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
Last Edited2 Apr 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. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.

William Read 1171

M, #117, b. 1818, d. 24 June 1883
Name-Change William Read 117 was also known as William Reed 117.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1818 at Powerstock, Dorset, England.1 
DeathHe died on 24 June 1883 at Yapa, Northampton, Western Australia, reg: 11859/1883.1,2 
BurialHe was buried at Northampton, Western Australia.3 
ConvictedConvicted of stealing money and sentenced to 14 years on 11 March 1847 at Dorchester, Dorset, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married 1 child as at 25 October 1850.1 
Physical Desc.Recorded with the physical attributes: 5ft 7¾ins, brown hair, grey eyes, round visage, sallow complexion, stout build, scar on back of right hand on 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a farm labourer on 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 117 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 10 February 1851 at Western Australia. He was assigned to the Perth district as a farm labourer working for C. Downes at the wage of £18 per annum.1,4 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted in January 1854 at Western Australia.1 
Bio See attached bio and article are courtesy of Marcia Watson.5

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ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
West AustMid West Convict Database Index
Last Edited4 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.
  3. [S33] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/251996302/william-read
  4. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2033924223/view
  5. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.

Amos Settle 1181

M, #118, b. 1811, d. 6 October 1871
Name-Change Amos Settle 118 was also known as 118.1 

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BirthHe was born in 1811 at Halifax, Yorkshire, England.1 
DeathHe died on 6 October 1871 at Fremantle, Western Australia, found dead in the bush.1,2,3 
BurialHe was buried on 10 October 1871 at Skinner Street Cemetery, Fremantle, Western Australia.2 
ConvictedConvicted of shop breaking and sentenced to 15 years on 6 March 1847 at York, Yorkshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 25 October 1850.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 118 on 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 13 March 1851 at Western Australia. He was assigned to the Swan district as a farm labourer working for Henry Mead at the wage of 25s per month.1,4 
ExpiredHis sentence expired on 6 March 1862 at Western Australia.1 
Cert. of FreedomHis Certificate of Freedom was granted on 21 July 1862 at Western Australia.1 
Bio The attached bio is courtesy of Marcia Watson.

referenced in "On the Swan" pg 166

worked in the Murray District on TOL in 1855.5,6,7

Found in These Indexes

ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
Last Edited22 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. [S44] Alma & Skinner St Burial Records, online https://fremantle.spydus.com/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/MSGTRN/WPAC/…, Page No 20.
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 6006/1871.
  4. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2033924223/view
  5. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.
  6. [S60] Michael J. Bourke, On The Swan A History of the Swan District Western Australia, pg 166.
  7. [S185] Ronald Richards, The Murray District of WA, pg 266.

William Robinson 1191

M, #119, b. 12 May 1821, d. 7 September 1906

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BirthHe was born on 12 May 1821 at Leeds, Yorkshire, England.1 
DeathHe died on 7 September 1906 at North Dandalup, Western Australia, reg: 4700012/1906.1,2 
ConvictedConvicted of burglary and sentenced to 15 years on 23 March 1848 at Liverpool, Lancashire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being semi-literate as at 25 October 1850.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850. Granted permission to marry 1/2yr return 31.12.1853.1,3 
OccupationRecorded as a tailor on 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 119 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 12 November 1851 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 26 September 1859 at Western Australia.1 
Bio See attached bio and article are courtesy of Marcia Watson

He worked in the Murray District on TOL in 1855.4,5

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ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
DeathDeath Review Index
Last Edited17 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.
  3. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2037108903/view
  4. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.
  5. [S185] Ronald Richards, The Murray District of WA, pg 266.

Samuel Laughton 1201

M, #120, b. 1824

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BirthHe was born in 1824 at Tuxford, Nottinghamshire, England.1 
ConvictedConvicted of burglary and sentenced to 14 years on 12 March 1847 at Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 120 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 26 January 1851 at Western Australia. He was assigned to the Fremantle district as a labourer working for Thomas Trott TOL holder at the wage of 24s per month.1,2 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 27 May 1854 at Western Australia.1 
Bio See attached bio courtesy of Marcia Watson

Has an entry in "Locked Up in Fremantle."3,4

Found in These Indexes

ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories 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. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2033924223/view
  3. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.
  4. [S249] Steve Errington, Locked Up in Fremantle, pg 138.

George Herring 1211

M, #121, b. 21 January 1818, d. 19 October 1891

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BirthHe was born on 21 January 1818 at Headon, Nottinghamshire, England.1 
DeathHe died on 19 October 1891 at Guildford, Western Australia, reg: 599/1891.1,2 
ConvictedConvicted of burglary and sentenced to 14 years on 9 March 1848 at Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 25 October 1850.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was married 1 child as at 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a miller on 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 121 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 26 July 1851 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 13 May 1854 at Western Australia.1 
Bio See attached bio courtesy of Marcia Watson.3

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ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
DeathDeath Review Index
Last Edited5 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.
  3. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.

John Morris 1221

M, #122, b. 1818, d. 1 February 1898

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BirthHe was born in 1818 at Dumfries, Dumfrieshire, Scotland.1 
DeathHe died on 1 February 1898 at Mount Eliza Invalid Depot, Perth, Western Australia, there is no certainty that this is the correct John Morris but the age fits best.2,3 
BurialHe was buried on 2 February 1898 at East Perth Cemetery, East Perth, Western Australia.4 
ConvictedConvicted of robbery with violence and sentenced to 15 years on 9 December 1848 at York, Yorkshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 25 October 1850.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 122 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 17 December 1853 at Western Australia.1 
Bio See attached bio courtesy of Marcia Watson

Has an entry in "Locked Up in Fremantle."5,6

Found in These Indexes

ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories 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. [S11] East Perth Cemeteries, online eastperthcemeteries.com.au.
  3. [S9] WA BDM's, online www.bdm.justice.wa.gov.au, Reg: 1754/1898.
  4. [S11] East Perth Cemeteries, online eastperthcemeteries.com.au, https://www.eastperthcemeteries.com.au/explore/…
  5. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.
  6. [S249] Steve Errington, Locked Up in Fremantle, pg 163.

Thomas Hague 1231

M, #123, b. 1820

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BirthHe was born in 1820 at Yorkshire, England.1 
ConvictedConvicted of burglary and sentenced to 15 years on 9 December 1848 at York, Yorkshire, England. He had been Minden.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a machine fitter on 25 October 1850.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being illiterate as at 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 123 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 17 February 1852 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 24 March 1855 at Western Australia.1 
LeftThomas Hague 123 left the colony for SA per Swallow in April 1857.1 
Bio See attached bio courtesy of Marcia Watson.2

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ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
LeftLeft for South Aust Index
Left the WA Colony Index
Last Edited22 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. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.

Joseph Trimmer 1241

M, #124, b. 1822, d. 15 May 1885

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BirthHe was born in 1822 at Barking, Essex, England.1 
DeathHe died on 15 May 1885 at Adelaide, South Australia.1,2 
ConvictedConvicted of burglary and sentenced to 15 years on 25 July 1848 at Maidstone, Kent, England.1 
LiteracyRecorded as being literate as at 25 October 1850.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 124 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 27 January 1852 at Western Australia.1 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted on 24 August 1857 at Western Australia.1 
Bio The attached bio is courtesy of Marcia Watson.3

Found in These Indexes

ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories 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.
  2. [S100] Deaths, SA Deaths 1842-1915.
  3. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.

William Staniland 1251

M, #125, b. 1823
Name-Change William Staniland 125 was also known as William Stanley 125.2 

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BirthHe was born in 1823 at Egmanton, Nottinghamshire, England.1 
ConvictedConvicted of burglary and sentenced to 14 years on 12 March 1847 at Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England. He had been convicted previously.1 
Family Status Claimed that his marital status was unmarried as at 25 October 1850.1 
OccupationRecorded as a labourer on 25 October 1850.1 
TransportedTransported to WA on the Hashemy arriving at Fremantle, Western Australia, on 25 October 1850. He had been collected from Portland prison.1 
Convict No.Assigned with Convict No. 125 on 25 October 1850.1 
Ticket of LeaveHis Ticket of Leave was granted on 26 January 1851 at Western Australia. He was assigned to the Fremantle district as a labourer working for Samuel Diggle TOL holder at the wage of 30s per month.1,3 
Conditional PardonHis Conditional Pardon was granted in March 1854 at Western Australia.1 
Bio The attached bio is courtesy of Marcia Watson.2

Found in These Indexes

ShipHashemy 1850 Convict Index
StoriesConvict Stories Index
LeftLeft for South Aust Index
Last Edited22 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. [S32] Marcia Watson,WA.
  3. [S85] CO 18 Despatches, https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2033924223/view