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Item: 167527
Surname: Coates
First Name: Sarah
Ship: -
Date: -
Place: Gloucestershire
Source: Criminal Registers. Class: HO 27; Piece: 8; Page: 87
Details: Convicted of larceny. Sentenced to 7 years transportation


 
Item: 167528
Surname: Coates
First Name: Sarah
Ship: -
Date: 18 August 1810
Place: Gloucester
Source: Jacksons Oxford Journal
Details: Sarah Coates, for stealing wearing apparel to the value of 40s in a dwelling house at Dunstisbourne Rous capitally convicted and received sentence of death. Reprieved


 
Item: 174745
Surname: Coates
First Name: Sarah
Ship: -
Date: 29 January 1814
Place: Parramatta Female Factory
Source: SG
Details: Sarah Longhurst, Sarah Coates, Ann Alar, Mary Irwin and Catherine Flynn on the list of absconders from the Female Factory at Parramatta


 
Item: 167525
Surname: Coates
First Name: Sarah
Ship: Wanstead 1814
Date: 16 July 1814
Place: Newcastle
Source: Colonial Secretary's Papers
Details: Sarah Coates and Ann Hubbard both on the list of prisoners to be sent to Newcastle for the term of one year


 
Item: 167526
Surname: Coates
First Name: Sarah
Ship: Wanstead 1814
Date: 15 July 1812
Place: -
Source: Ancestry.com. Australian Convict Transportation Registers
Details: Convicted at Glouster assizes 15 July 1812 and sentenced to 7 years transportation


 
Item: 167529
Surname: Coates
First Name: Sarah
Ship: Wanstead 1814
Date: 25 July 1812
Place: Gloucester Assizes
Source: Jackson's Oxford Journal
Details: Sarah Coates for stealing wearing apparel from the dwelling house of Mr. William Terret of Churchdown sentenced to 7 years transportation



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