from London convicted of stealing sashes and sentenced to 7 years
transportation.. Ticket of leave issued for Bathurst
district in 1840 and Certificate of Freedom in 1842.
aged 21 from Warwickshire. Convicted of stealing copper in January 1835.
Previous sentence of death recorded. Assigned to N. Lawson, Bathurst.
was a Type founders boy. He was 5'3 with dark ruddy complexion and
dark brown hair. His tattoos included
:EP, heart, 2 darts. H7WTPG lower right arm; child, HTJTRTJTEP, lower left arm
He had a scar on the bridge of the nose
Following is an account of his trial:
'Henry Tudor was indicted for stealing, on the
1st of April 1 handkerchief, value 5s.; the goods of Robert Gibson.
Gibson. I live in the Old Bailey. On the 1st of April, I was walking up Fleet
street - I felt something at my pocket - i put my hand into my pocket, and my
handkerchief was gone - I turned and saw the prisoner - I said he had taken my
handkerchief - he said he had not - he was close behind me.
( City Police constable No. 91). I know the prisoner by sight - I saw him on the
1st of April. about twenty minutes after four o'clock, walking behind this
gentleman - I watched him, and saw him draw a red coloured silk handkerchief
from the gentleman's pocket. and he gave it to another person - I could not get
across in time enough to take them both, but I took the prisoner, as the
prosecutor was talking to him.
When you came up, you asked the prosecutor what he had lost?
I said directly, that I saw you draw the handkerchief
put in a written defence, declaring his innocence
Aged 17 - Transported for seven years.'
issued with a Ticket of leave for Patrick
Plains in 1840 and died at Jerry's Plains.
Ironmonger convicted of stealing irons at Lancashire and sentenced to 14
years transportation. Ticket of Leave issued for Maitland
district 10 January 1842