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Item:168092
Surname:Daveren (?Davoren)
First Name:Lawrence
Ship:-
Date:July 1817
Place:Middlesex, England
Source:Criminal Registers, Middlesex. Series HO 26 and HO 27; The National Archives of the UK (Ancestry)
Details:Age 58. Sentenced at the OldBailey to one year in prison for larceny
Item:168093
Surname:Daveren (?Davoren)
First Name:Lawrence
Ship:-
Date:2 July 1817
Place:London
Source:The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online
Details:LAWRENCE DAVEREN was indicted for stealing, on the 7th of June , one portmanteau, value 15s. , the goods of Thomas Lane and Allen Billing . THOMAS LANE . I am a trunk-maker , in co-partnership with Allen Billing ; we live in St. Paul's Church . On the 7th of June, about half-past eight o'clock, the prisoner was brought into the shop with the portmanteau, which had been taken off the step of the door. WILLIAM BRYANT . I am a trunk-maker. On the evening of the 7th of June, the prisoner passed my door, with the portmanteau under his arm-suspecting him, I had him secured, and found Mr. Lane had lost one. (Property produced and sworn to.) Prisoner's Defence. I was in distress and intoxicated. GUITLY . Aged 58. Confined Two Years
Item:77111
Surname:Davoran (Davoren)
First Name:Laurence (Lawrence)
Ship:Boddington 1793
Date:1797
Place:-
Source:Collins
Details:Irish attorney. Found guilty of uttering a forged bill and sentenced to death. Sentence commuted to transportation to Norfolk Island for life. Later sent to Newcastle
Item:77364
Surname:Davoran (Davoren)
First Name:Lawrence
Ship:-
Date:1810 30 January
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSL 6042;9/2736,pp.44-6,
Details:Returning to Sydney on the 'Speedwell'. Had been transported at Sydney in 1806 for 14 yrs, sent to Newcastle by Bligh; permitted to return to Sydney by Major Johnstone and sent back again for improper behaviour
Item:108529
Surname:Davoran (Davoren)
First Name:Lawrence
Ship:-
Date:1813 4 September
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:For behaviour highly indecorous and disrespectful towards the Court, in putting into the hands of a prisoner a paper of a scandalous and libellous tendency for the purpose of its being publicly read in Court was for such contempt sentenced to be imprisoned in Parramatta gaol for 1 month
Item:71855
Surname:Davoran (Davoren)
First Name:Lawrence
Ship:Boddingtons 1793
Date:1806 28 September
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Found guilty of stealing promissory notes and sentenced to 14 years at Coal River
Item:71856
Surname:Davoran (Davoren)
First Name:Lawrence
Ship:Boddingtons 1793
Date:1814
Place:-
Source:Boddingtons
Details:Gained his pardon and probably departed the colony.
Item:71857
Surname:Davoran (Davoren)
First Name:Lawrence
Ship:Boddingtons 1793
Date:1808
Place:?Newcastle
Source:Mackaness
Details:Wrote 'A New Song Made in New South Wales Made on the Rebellion'
Item:168090
Surname:Davoren
First Name:Lawrence
Ship:-
Date:24 September 1814
Place:-
Source:SG
Details:William Evans, Edward Smith, Samuel Nash, William Graves, Mr. L. Davoren, Jane Greenslade, Robert Waples, James Mackey, Charles Thomopson, John Baptist, Ann Harris and Mrs. Sarah Baker all intending to depart the colony on the Seringapatam
Item:168091
Surname:Davoren
First Name:Lawrence
Ship:Boddingtons 1893
Date:31 January 1814
Place:-
Source:State Records of NSW Copies of Conditional Pardons Registered; Reel Number: 800; Roll Number: 173; Volume Number: 4/4486.
Details:Attorney from Queens County. Tried in Dublin City in February 1791 and sentenced to transportation for life. 5ft 8 1/2in, ruddy complexion, black hair and hazel eyes. Granted an Absolute Pardon
Item:168086
Surname:Davoren
First Name:Mr. (?Lawrence)
Ship:-
Date:20 April 1811
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Statements of the Police Fund and Female Orphan Institution for the quarter ending 31st March.......To One Quarter's Salary to Mr. Davoren, as Clerk to the Superintendent of Police etc.
Item:168088
Surname:Davoren
First Name:Mr. (?Lawrence)
Ship:-
Date:24 April 1813
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Clerk in the Police Clerk
Item:168085
Surname:Davoren
First Name:Mr. L. (?Lawrence)
Ship:-
Date:21 April 1805
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Lost - A parcel of Memorandums and other loose papers particularly several letters addressed to Mr. L. Davoren, Norfolk Island, some of them dated from Bombay and Calcutta. Whosoever will restore the said parcel to the said L. Davoren at the house formerly inhabited by Phillip Perry adjacent to Sergeant Richardson's shall receive reward
Item:168089
Surname:Davoren
First Name:Mr. L. (?Lawrence)
Ship:-
Date:17 September 1814
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Intending to leave the colony in the Seringapatam
Item:38315
Surname:Davoren (Davoran)
First Name:Lawrence
Ship:Boddingtons 1793
Date:1810 23 January
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Prisoner at Newcastle. Transferred from Newcastle to Sydney
Item:38316
Surname:Davoren (Davoran)
First Name:Lawrence
Ship:Boddingtons 1793
Date:1810 3 February
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Sent back to Newcastle from Sydney

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