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Item: 162141
Surname: Duggleby
First Name: Judith
Ship: Wanstead 1814
Date: 5 June 1823
Place: -
Source: SG
Details: Granted Certificate of Freedom (duplicate)


 
Item: 166774
Surname: Duggleby
First Name: Judith
Ship: Wanstead 1814
Date: 1814
Place: -
Source: Convict Indents (Ancestry)
Details: Age 21. Convicted at Beverley Quarter Sessions, York on 6 October 1812 and sentenced to 7 years transportation


 
Item: 166775
Surname: Duggleby
First Name: Judith
Ship: Wanstead 1814
Date: 13 July 1838
Place: -
Source: Certificates of Freedom 1827-1867 SRNSW (Ancestry)
Details: Farmer's servant from Yorkshire. Convicted of vagrancy at Beverly Quarter Sessions. 5ft 1 in, sallow complexion, brown hair, blue eyes. Issued a Certificate of freedom in lieu of a previous one issued in 1833 which had been damaged


 
Item: 104039
Surname: Dugleby (Duggleby)
First Name: Judith
Ship: Wanstead 1814
Date: 1816 28 September
Place: -
Source: Colonial Secretary's Papers. (NRS 937. Copies of letters sent within the Colony. Ancestry
Details: Judith Duggleby was convicted by James Mileham Esq., on 15 September 1816 and sent to Newcastle penal settlement on the Lady Nelson with eight other prisoners (all men) on or soon after 28 September 1816.



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