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Item:162192
Surname:Choat
First Name:David
Ship:-
Date:21 June 1841
Place:Windsor
Source:SH
Details:Granted Ticket of leave
Item:162196
Surname:Choat
First Name:David
Ship:-
Date:28 March 1842
Place:Muswellbrook Court House
Source:Australian Marriages - FamilySearch Historical Records
Details:Marriage of David Choat (single) to Jane Waters (widowed)
Item:163104
Surname:Choat
First Name:David
Ship:-
Date:19 December 1839
Place:Muswellbrook
Source:The Australian
Details:Jane Waters was indicted for stealing two cheques and money belonging to David Choute (Choate) at Muswellbrook on 19th August. The prosecutor and prisoner formerly lived together as man and wife and she was entrusted with all his money which she received and disbursed for the house. ON the day the charge was laid both of them had been drinking and the prosecutor was very drunk and in excitement against the prisoner for something she refused him, he preferred the charge of robbery. On coming to himself the next day he related a totally different story. Jane Waters was acquitted of the charge
Item:29365
Surname:Choat
First Name:David
Ship:Agamemnon 1820
Date:2 August 1834
Place:Invermein
Source:SG
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave
Item:137188
Surname:Choat
First Name:David
Ship:Agamemnon 1820
Date:1826 22 March
Place:-
Source:SG
Details:Ticket of leave cancelled for riotous conduct
Item:162187
Surname:Choat
First Name:David
Ship:Agamemnon 1820
Date:1 December 1819
Place:England
Source:The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
Details:Sentenced to death with recommendation for mercy for stealing, on 21st November 1819, at Edmonton, one mare valued at 15 pounds, the property of William Cobbett. David Choat admitted his guilt at taking the horse as he wished to visit his ailing father. His evidence at the trial - 'I am Guilty, I took the mare on Sunday night from Cobbett's stable, rode away to Suffolk, about sixty miles, and stopped at Buckeridge for refreshment, and said, I was going to Cambridge, stopped about five miles from Cambridge, and said I was going to a clergyman with the mare. I rode across the country, and proceeded to Rattan, put up at the Red Lion, and told them it was my master's, Richard Gibson . I then went to my father's, stopped there, and said nothing about the mare. I was going to bring it home, and was afraid I should be apprehended with it. I was apprehended in coming home.'.
Item:162188
Surname:Choat
First Name:David
Ship:Agamemnon 1820
Date:1835
Place:Portland Head
Source:Application to Marry
Details:David Choat per 'Agamemnon' application to marry Elizabeth Lannigan (born in the colony)
Item:162189
Surname:Choat
First Name:David
Ship:Agamemnon 1820
Date:1842
Place:Murrurundi
Source:Application to Marry
Details:David Choat per 'Agamemnon' application to marry Jane Waters per ' Roslin Castle'
Item:162193
Surname:Choat
First Name:David
Ship:Agamemnon 1820
Date:17 November 1848
Place:-
Source:SMH
Details:Conditional Pardon - His Excellency the Governor has directed it to be notified, that Her Majesty has been graciously pleased to authorise the issue of a pardon to David Choat, on condition that he does not return to the countries or colonies from which he was transported during the remainder of the term of his sentence . Pardons available every-where except in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. Dated 1st September,1848
Item:162199
Surname:Choat
First Name:David
Ship:Agamemnon 1820
Date:1 October, 14 November 1822
Place:-
Source:CSI (Reel 6026; 4/1715 pp.77-81)
Details:Petition enclosed stating that he was recommended for a ticket of leave after laying information against bushranger James Smedley
Item:178141
Surname:Choat
First Name:David
Ship:Agamemnon 1820
Date:28 October 1839
Place:Newcastle gaol
Source:Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 136
Details:Gardener from Essex. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Muswellbrook. To be sent to the probationary gang. Sent to Sydney 9 November 1839
Item:162198
Surname:Choat (Choiet)
First Name:David
Ship:Agamemnon 1820
Date:26 January 1822
Place:Parramatta
Source:CSI (Fiche 3297; X643 p.2b)
Details:Discharged to Mr Piesely. On return of proceedings of the Bench of Magistrates, Parramatta
Item:45317
Surname:Chotis (Choat)
First Name:David
Ship:Agamemnon 1820
Date:1837
Place:Invermein
Source:GRC
Details:Ticket of leave holder

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