Shoemaker born in Devonshire. He was assigned James Hall
in Windsor on arrival in Australia. A Ticket of Leave
for district of Windsor was issued in 1841.
Richard Garland married Mary McAteer in Sydney.
Joseph Hoskin Giles
Miner from Cornwall.
On arrival he was assigned to the
Australian Agricultural company in Newcastle. He
received a Ticket of Leave in 1840
Fifteen year old chimney
sweep from Surry. He could read and write and was convicted of stealing linen
Middlesex (Westminster) Session of Peace on 14th May 1835.
description was given as
4' 7 1/2 " with a dark sallow complexion and brown hair and eyes.
Right eye heavy. WC inside lower
right arm; glass, ES, inside lower left arm; 2 blue dots back of left hand,
mark of a burn left foot.
William was assigned to Thomas Icely in Bathurst on arrival and received a Certificate of Freedom
Thomas Goodwin -
23 year old farm Servant from Wiltshire convicted of highway robbery. He
was an Epileptic. Thomas received a Ticket of Leave for Yass in 1840 and a
Certificate of Freedom in 1842.
William Goss was
born in county Westmeath. He was forty seven years old and employed as a weaver.
He was married with five children and
was convicted of receiving stolen fustion at the Chester Quarter Sessions in
1833. His description included - 'Red
whiskers, breast and arms much freckled, top of fourth finger of right hand
had contracted. '
William was assigned to
the Hospital at Windsor on arrival.
He received a Ticket of
Leave for district of Windsor in 1840.
Index to Convict Bank Warrants 1837 - 1870 - William Goss, Royal
Sovereign, Warrant no 40/64. Condition
- Free, Reel 596. Item 4/4547
year old warehouseman who could read and write when he was convicted of stealing coats
Central Criminal Court on 11 May 1835.
On arrival he was assigned to J. Jamieson
at Goulburn. A Ticket of Leave was issued in 1840
Soldier of the 47th
Regiment convicted of desertion in Gibraltar aged 21 years. He was born
in Yorkshire and had a ruddy complexion with brown hair and grey eyes
and a scar above the left cheek bone.
John Green was assigned to
Gregory Blaxland at Merton in 1836/37 and by 1840 assigned to John
John Green was part of a gang of
bushrangers in the district of
Gammon Plains in 1840. The gang included James Martin, James Mason
who were assigned servants to Mr. Blaxland and James Walker, Thomas
Kievers, James Howard and Robert Rawson who were assigned to Mr.
Bettington. They committed robberies on 9th March and Green was possibly
present on the 23rd March when the house of Henry Pelham Dutton was
robbed and servant John Johnson shot dead.
more about the gang here
He may have been the John Green who was murdered
by a blow to the head by Patrick Maloney after a drunken brawl in July
1849 near Falbrook.
Twenty four year old town
labourer convicted of stealing clothes and sentenced to 7 years transportation.
Married with a previous conviction of 6 months, he had dark Sallow complexion
with brown hair and hazel ' full ' eyes.
Greig was assigned to
William Cape at
Brisbane Waters in 1836 and was employed at farming work. He was also sent to
work for Cape's sons when the need arose such as at harvest time.
Convicted at Cornwall Quarter Sessions on 6th January 1835 with Joseph Hoskin
both labourers of St. Austell, of stealing 300lbs of tine ore the
property of John Williams and others. Both Giles and Grose were transported for seven years.
Richard Grose was a 28 years old farm labourer and miner and father of three
sons when he was convicted. On arrival, he was assigned to the
Agricultural Company and sent to work in their
coal mine at Newcastle.
He received a Ticket of Leave for Newcastle in 1840.
Employed as a horse breaker in
Surry. He was 19 years old when he was found guilty of stealing boots and
sentenced to 7 years transportation at the Surry Quarter Sessions.
His description included:
Scar betwixt the eyebrows, large round scar right temple,
heart inside lower right arm, mark of chilblains back of both hands, dove, JG hear, darts,
and a wreath inside lower left arm, long scar back of middle finger of left hand
large burn mark on right leg.
He was found not guilty of robbing George Robely of some silver in 1846 in
Sydney. Catherine Barter was found guilty of the crime.
Employed as a farm servant and shepherd. He was convicted of highway robbery at the
Wiltshire assizes and sentenced to transportation for life.
On arrival he was
assigned to James Atkinson at Molongolo. He was 20 years old and could read.