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Item: 47044
Surname: Jones
First Name: David
Ship: Guildford 1829
Date: 1831 1 September
Place: -
Source: SG
Details: Butcher aged 22 from Drogheda. 5'4". Absconded from service of A.B. Sparke


 
Item: 97783
Surname: Jones
First Name: David
Ship: Guildford 1829
Date: 1831 4 September
Place: Maitland
Source: NGE
Details: Butcher from Dublin. Admitted to Newcastle gaol 4 September. To be forwarded to Maitland bench to be dealt with for absconding from A.B. Sparke


 
Item: 162444
Surname: Jones
First Name: David
Ship: Guildford 1829
Date: 16 November 1833
Place: Castle Forbes
Source: SG
Details: Age 24. Butcher from Drogheda. 5ft 4in, ruddy freckled complexion, brown hair, light brown eyes, large scar between the eyes, scar on left eyebrow, large scar outside upper part of left arm, and was dressed in white shirt, white trousers, duck frock and straw hat. Absconded from Castle Forbes in company with John Poole, Anthony Hitchcock, James Reilly, John Perry and James Ryan after committing various outrages and taking with them silver plate, guns, muskets, horses and wearing apparel. 70 pound reward offered for apprehension


 
Item: 176179
Surname: Jones
First Name: David
Ship: Guildford 1829
Date: 4 February 1834
Place: Sydney
Source: Sydney Monitor
Details: Patrick Crinnane s evidence in the trial of the Castle Forbes convict uprising....David Jones was a sulky stubborn fellow, but a good working man. He was not treated severely, he had easy treatment, extra rations, tea and sugar



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