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Item:166690
Surname:Gore
First Name:Provost-Marshal William
Ship:-
Date:17 August 1806
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:His Majesty has been graciously pleased to appoint Mr. William Gore to be Provost Marshall
Item:43165
Surname:Gore
First Name:Provost-Marshall William
Ship:-
Date:1808 4 September
Place:Coal River
Source:CSI
Details:Tried for perjury and sentenced to transportation to Coal River
Item:43166
Surname:Gore
First Name:Provost-Marshall William
Ship:-
Date:1808 25 March
Place:-
Source:CSI
Details:On list of persons William Bligh proposed to take with him to England on the 'Porpoise'
Item:43167
Surname:Gore
First Name:Provost-Marshall William
Ship:-
Date:1824 19 January
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:To be transported to Newcastle for life. Former Lieutenant and Provost Marshall. Sentenced for shooting Andrew Beatie
Item:43168
Surname:Gore
First Name:Provost-Marshall William
Ship:-
Date:29 January 1824
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Trial of William Gore - Indicted for feloniously firing at and wounding with intent to kill and murder, one Andrew Beattie, a private in His Majesty's 48th Regiment on 21st November last. Andrew Beattie deposed, that he is a private of the 48th regiment; that he was employed as a military grass cutter occasionally in the District of Lane Cove. On the day named in the indictment he was procuring grass on or contiguous to the farm of the prisoners (Gore). When he first saw Mr. Gore, he was 50 yards distant and had made up in bundles 4 dozen of grass............
Item:77303
Surname:Gore
First Name:Provost-Marshall William
Ship:-
Date:1808 31 May
Place:-
Source:HR NSW, Vol. VI, King and Bligh 1806, 1807, 1808. . 648 - 649.
Details:On the 21st March charged with wilful and corupt perjury. Later sentened to 7 yrs in Newcastle coal mines
Item:77304
Surname:Gore
First Name:Provost-Marshall William
Ship:-
Date:1808 12 June
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Sentenced to 7 years for perjury
Item:77310
Surname:Gore
First Name:Provost-Marshall William
Ship:-
Date:1808 30 May
Place:-
Source:HR NSW, Vol. VI, King and Bligh 1806, 1807, 1808. p 672, 673.
Details:On 30th May brought before the Court and sentenced to 7yrs transportation to Coal River. Sent to Coal River on 4th June leaving behind him in Sydney a wife and 4 children
Item:166632
Surname:Gore
First Name:Provost-Marshall William
Ship:-
Date:17 April 1813
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Provost Marshall. Wife gave birth to a daughter
Item:166689
Surname:Gore
First Name:Provost-Marshall William
Ship:-
Date:31 May 1808
Place:Sydney Gaol
Source:HR NSW. Vol IV. Hunter and King. 1800, 1801, 1802. Ed by F. M. Bladen. pp 648-649
Details:Correspondence of Provost-Marshal William Gore to Governor Bligh regarding the charge against him of wilful and corrupt perjury. http://www.jenwilletts.com/may_1810.htm
Item:166691
Surname:Gore
First Name:Provost-Marshall William
Ship:-
Date:4 September 1808
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Notice to the Creditors of William Gore - The Court of Civil Jurisdiction having ordered and directed me to make a dividend of the proceeds of the effects of William Gore, which were sold by auction on 29th February last, all persons having any claim or demand up said William Gore are requested to send same to me immediately - signed Garnham Blaxcell
Item:166692
Surname:Gore
First Name:Provost-Marshall William
Ship:-
Date:14 January 1810
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Government Order - The following gentlemen who formerly held Civil Offices under this Government previous to the arrest of the late Governor Bligh are to resume their respective Offices tomorrow - John Palmer, commissary; Robert Campbell, Naval Officer; William Gore, Provost-Marshall; Rev. H. Fulton, Assistant Chaplain
Item:166693
Surname:Gore
First Name:Provost-Marshall William
Ship:-
Date:-
Place:-
Source:CSI
Details:In 1805 was appointed Provost Marshal of New South Wales and arrived in the Colony with Bligh in 1806; was charged with perjury by the rebel court in 1808 and sentenced to transportation to Coal River; was restored to his office by Macquarie in 1810; 1810-12, spent in England at the trial of Lieutenant Colonel Johnson; in 1818, was imprisoned for debt, and suspended from his office; returned to his grant at Hunter's Hill but was again transported to Newcastle in 1824, this time for murder, was pardoned in 1825 and retired to his property at Artarmon.
Item:148330
Surname:Gore
First Name:Provost-Marshall William
Ship:Lady Madeline Sinclair 1806
Date:-
Place:-
Source:The Bicentenary Pioneer Register, Second Edition, Volume 111
Details:Born c. 1765 in Ireland. Died in August 1845 in Artarmon Sydney. Issue 1 son & 6 daughters

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