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Item:5763
Surname:Jackson
First Name:James
Ship:Prince Regent 1820
Date:1827 4 June
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Labourer aged 23 from London; 5' 1", hazel eyes, dark flaxen hair, florid complexion; Absconded from the gaol gang
Item:29305
Surname:Jackson
First Name:James
Ship:Prince Regent 1820
Date:1834 19 July
Place:Maitland
Source:SG
Details:Obtained Ticket of Leave
Item:57813
Surname:Jackson
First Name:James
Ship:Prince Regent 1820
Date:1828
Place:Newcastle
Source:1828 Census
Details:Barracks
Item:62317
Surname:Jackson
First Name:James
Ship:Prince Regent 1820
Date:1823 8 February
Place:-
Source:CSI
Details:Assigned servant of Mr. Shand
Item:64202
Surname:Jackson
First Name:James
Ship:Prince Regent 1820
Date:1823 4 February
Place:Newcastle
Source:Archives Office of NSW. Colonial Secretary: Misc records (4/4570D)pp1-88
Details:On list of assigned convicts who are not mechanics. Assigned to Alexander Shand
Item:93632
Surname:Jackson
First Name:James
Ship:Prince Regent 1820
Date:1834 9 April
Place:-
Source:GG 1834
Details:Ticket of leave cancelled for being absent from district and obtaining money under false pretences
Item:106159
Surname:Jackson
First Name:James
Ship:Prince Regent 1820
Date:1839 April
Place:Newcastle
Source:Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Marriages p.3
Details:Marriage of James Jackson aged 36 and Ann Nowlan aged 21. Witnesses at marriage John Kelly, Alexander Flood
Item:115443
Surname:Jackson
First Name:James
Ship:Prince Regent 1820
Date:1837
Place:Newcastle
Source:GRC
Details:Ticket of leave holder aged 28
Item:167880
Surname:Jackson
First Name:James
Ship:Prince Regent 1820
Date:October 1824
Place:Newcastle
Source:State Records NSW. Colonial Secretary's Correpondence. Special Bundles, 1794-1825. Series 898.
Details:Assigned to government service. Sentenced by Magistrates Henry Gillman and John Brabyn to 25 lashes for receiving stolen goods
Item:170689
Surname:Jackson
First Name:James
Ship:Prince Regent 1820
Date:1825
Place:Newcastle
Source:Ancestry.com. New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia Convict Musters. Class: HO 10; Piece: 19
Details:Assigned to government service at Newcastle
Item:180413
Surname:Jackson
First Name:James
Ship:Prince Regent 1820
Date:3 July 1835
Place:Newcastle
Source:Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books, 1833-1836 (Ancestry)
Details:James Jackson, ticket of leave holder charged with drunkenness....Constable Rouse testified.....Yesterday about one oclock in the day Mr. Hayes desired me to take the prisoner to the watch house for being on his premises. Mr. Hayes does not wish to prosecute the prisoner as he does not think he was on his premises with any bad intent. He was drunk but not riotous. He allowed me to take him quietly to the watchhouse. Fined 5 shillings or to be placed three hours in the stocks for drunkenness
Item:180611
Surname:Jackson
First Name:James
Ship:Prince Regent 1820
Date:23 october 1835
Place:Newcastle
Source:Newcastle Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books, 1833-1836 (Ancestry)
Details:James Jackson per Prince Regent, ticket of leave holder and Thomas Jones per John Barry, ticket of leave holder appeared before the Bench to answer to the complaint of Rev. Wilton for eating and living with his assigned men at the Glebe, contrary to orders. Admonished and discharged on their promises of never again molesting Rev. Wilton
Item:181030
Surname:Jackson
First Name:James
Ship:Prince Regent 1820 (?)
Date:7 October 1824
Place:Newcastle
Source:NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
Details:William Edwards per Asia and James Jackson per Prince Regent, in the service of government. Edward charged with theft and Jackson charged with receiving the goods stolen. Samuel Dell states.... I was absent from my house and left in charge of Edwards. On my return I found that my box had been forced and several articles of wearing apparel stolen. James Croft, keeper of His Majestys gaol at Newcastle states...William Edwards was committed to my custody on suspicion of having committed the robbery at Dells. I questioned Edwards about it - he told me two men had come into the house with blankets round them and had robbed the place. I told him his story was improbable. After some hesitation he told me he could find the articles stolen if the commandant would not flog him. I took him to the Commandant who promised not to flog him if he would produce all he has stolen from the box and I was directed to accompany Edward to the place where the stolen property was. He took me into the bush about six miles and on the way told me that James Jackson had the property. I demanded them of Jackson who was with the government cattle and returned with me towards Newcastle and when we were in the vicinity of the wind mills the stolen goods were produced. William Edwards was sentenced to Port Macquarie for the remainder of his sentence. James Jackson was sentenced to 23 lashes

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