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Item: 5601
Surname: Ryan
First Name: James
Ship: Eliza 1832
Date: November 1833
Place: Patrick Plains
Source: R v Hitchcock - SC
Details: Executed in Sydney 21 December 1833 (aged 17)


 
Item: 80515
Surname: Ryan
First Name: James
Ship: Eliza 1832
Date: 1833 13 December
Place: Castle Forbes
Source: Australian
Details: Indicted for aiding and abetting Anthony Hitchcock and John Poole to kill John Larnach


 
Item: 94381
Surname: Ryan
First Name: James
Ship: Eliza 1832
Date: November 1833
Place: -
Source: History of the Colonies
Details: James Riley, John Perry, David Jones and James Ryan indicted for counselling, aiding and abetting Anthony Hitchcock and John Poole in attempting to murder John Larnach


 
Item: 115641
Surname: Ryan
First Name: James
Ship: Eliza 1832
Date: 1833 24 December
Place: Sydney
Source: SG
Details: James Riley, John Perry and James Ryan executed in Sydney. Perry died instantly; the bodies of the others were strongly convulsed for several minutes. Ryan was a young boy and the prevailing opinion was that he should have been spared


 
Item: 162445
Surname: Ryan
First Name: James
Ship: Eliza 1832
Date: 16 November 1833
Place: Castle Forbes
Source: SG
Details: Age 17, Shoemaker's apprentice from Co. Tipperary. 5ft 1/4in, fair freckled complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, wart on back of right thumb, and another on back of left hand.Absconded from Castle Forbes in company with John Poole, James Reilly, David Jones, John Perry and Anthony Hitchcock after committing various outrages and taking with them silver plate, guns, muskets, horses and wearing apparel. 70 pound reward offered for apprehension



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