Free Settler or Felon?
   Home   Convict Ships Index
Search Button

1  

# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
5673 Westbury Charles - 1831 12 January Liverpool Plains R v Bowen, Westbury, Mason, Duffy, Browne, Donnell. SC
 
Indicted for stealing from the house of John Rotten.



13956 Westbury Charles - 1831 11 January Liverpool Plains SG
 
Found not guilty of robbing Hugh Cameron and John Rotton



64843 Westbury Charles - 1831 4 June Liverpool Plains SG
 
Found not guilty of stealing in the dwelling house of Joseph Onus and putting in bodily fear Nicholas Connor and Samuel Middleton



134169 Westbury Charles - 1833 4 February Sydney SH
 
Elizabeth Tapper found not guilty of receiving goods known to have been stolen by Charles Westbury and William Saunders in Sydney on 1st November



134170 Westbury Charles - 1834 22 May - SH
 
Sentenced to be worked in irons on the roads for two years for larceny



134171 Westbury Charles - 1852 10 March Kiama SMH
 
Appointed Poundkeeper of the Public Pound at Gerrengong



162481 Westbury Charles - 15 January 1831 Goulburn River Sydney Monitor
 
Cohort of Edward Bowen, John Mason, Hugh Duffy, Patrick Feeney, Morgan Browne, Patrick Donnelly and John Donovan. Found not guilty of stealing from the dwelling house of John Town at the Goulburn River



64295 Westbury Charles Marquis of Hastings 1828 1831 18 October Maitland Newcastle gaol entrance books . no 527
 
b. 1810. 5' 5 3/4', slender, fair complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, wants a front tooth. Assigned to Mr. Dangar. Sentenced by Maitland Bench to iron gang for 6mths for being apprehended with a number of bushrangers



107346 Westbury Charles Marquis of Hastings 1828 1831 25 September - NGE
 
Labourer from London. Forwarded to Philip Nichol Anley at Maitland under writ of habeous corpus there to be dealt with. Forwarded 26 September



131944 Westbury Charles Marquis of Hastings 1828 1832 7 June - SG
 
On List of Runaways apprehended up to the 4th June. Absconded from No. 25 road gang



134167 Westbury Charles Marquis of Hastings 1828 1828 October - AO NSW Convict Indents. Fiche No. 670
 
Age 18. Copper plate printer from London. Tried in London 21 February 1828 and sentenced to Transportation for Life for house breaking. Assigned to William Dangar at Hunter River on arrival. Conditional Pardon 49/334



134168 Westbury Charles Marquis of Hastings 1828 1828 21 February London The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
 
Charles Westbury age 17 and James Wicks age 15 received sentence of 'Death' for feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling house of John Cleere on 14th January at Westminster and stealing various articles



134172 Westbury Charles Marquis of Hastings 1828 1849 15 March - SMH
 
Granted Conditional Pardon. Dated 20th December 1848. Pardon available everywhere savein the UK and Ireland



163301 Westbury Charles Marquis of Hastings 1828 - Hulk Captivity at Portsmouth UK Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books. Ancestry
 
Age 17. Tried at the Old Bailey on 21st February 1828 and sentenced to transportation for life for felony. Admitted to the Captivity hulk at Portsmouth on 7 April 1828 and transferred to the Marquis of Hastings on 24th June for transportation to NSW




1