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Item:5344
Surname:Rice
First Name:Patrick
Ship:Phoenix 1826
Date:1836 4 August
Place:Newcastle
Source:Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. p. 64
Details:Marriage of Patrick Rice aged 33 and Mary Murphy aged 21. Witness at the marriage George and Jane Yarwood
Item:19714
Surname:Rice
First Name:Patrick
Ship:Phoenix 1826
Date:1830 18 June
Place:Newcastle
Source:-
Details:Received Ticket of Leave
Item:32013
Surname:Rice
First Name:Patrick
Ship:Phoenix 1826
Date:1835 26 May
Place:Newcastle
Source:Quarter Sessions
Details:Found not guilty of larceny after bottles of wine were stolen from James Reid
Item:64506
Surname:Rice
First Name:Patrick
Ship:Phoenix 1826
Date:1830 3 June
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Obtained ticket of leave
Item:68325
Surname:Rice
First Name:Patrick
Ship:Phoenix 1826
Date:1828
Place:Wallis Plains
Source:1828 Census
Details:Labourer aged 25. Assigned to 'Gentleman' John Smith
Item:102433
Surname:Rice
First Name:Patrick
Ship:Phoenix 1826
Date:1833 23 May
Place:-
Source:SG
Details:Granted Certificate of Freedom
Item:124780
Surname:Rice
First Name:Patrick
Ship:Phoenix 1826
Date:1835 26 May
Place:Newcastle gaol
Source:NGE
Details:Labourer from Dublin. Admitted to Newcastle gaol. Committed for trial at the Quarter Sessions. Sent to Maitland for trial 1 August. Orderly conduct in gaol
Item:175116
Surname:Rice
First Name:Patrick
Ship:Phoenix 1826
Date:31 March 1826
Place:Dublin
Source:Freemans Journal
Details:Recorders Court - Catherine Sheridan pleaded guilty of stealing a note of 500l from her master, Mr. Leland of Westmorland street, she was sentenced to transportation for seven years. Patrick Rice, James Burn, Michael Molloy and Patrick Larkin, were tried for stealing a pocket book containing six pounds in Bank of Ireland Notes, and a quantity of silver, from James Tully private soldier. Burn was acquitted, sufficient testimony not being advanced against him, the other three were convicted and sentenced to seven years transportation. Peace Officer Paisley of Arran Quay Police Office, from whence the prisoners were transmitted, stated that Burn, when manacled to Larkin, exclaimed - is it not a poor case to say, that I am going to jail for nothing - to which Larkin repled, - I am going there for something. The three prisoenrs who were found guilty , having no counsel employed, were at liberty to defend themselves which they endeavoured to do in a very scientific manner. Burn employed Mr. Bethel, who defended his client with great ability and energy.
Item:104523
Surname:Rice
First Name:Patt (Patrick) & Mary
Ship:Phoenix 1826
Date:1837 January
Place:Newcastle
Source:Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. p. 66
Details:Patrick Rice who arrived on the Phoenix in 1826 and Mary Rice nee Murphy who arrived on the Caroline in 1833 were witnesses at the marriage of Christopher Motley and Susan Flynn
Item:102430
Surname:Rice
First Name:Patt (Patrick)
Ship:Phoenix 1826
Date:1834
Place:Newcastle
Source:Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle
Details:Witness at the marriage of George Yarwood and Jane Matthews

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