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Item: 66707
Surname: Jenkins
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Marquis of Huntley 1835
Date: 1838 4 April
Place: Aberdeen
Source: GG
Details: Cabinet maker's boy aged 19. Tried Somersetshire. Absconded from T.P. MacQueen


 
Item: 67045
Surname: Jenkins
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Marquis of Huntley 1835
Date: 1838 20 June
Place: Invermein
Source: GG
Details: Apprehended after absconding from service of T.P. MacQueen


 
Item: 117697
Surname: Jenkins
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Marquis of Huntley 1835
Date: 1839 1 May
Place: Invermein
Source: GG 1839
Details: Absconded from Thomas Potter Macqueen 19th April


 
Item: 123041
Surname: Jenkins
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Marquis of Huntley 1835
Date: 1843 25 August
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: GG
Details: 4'9"; pale and freckled compl., brown hair, hazel eyes, SS inside lower right arm, small scar back of top of little finger of right hand, tattoos. Absconded from James Bowman 17th July


 
Item: 183384
Surname: Jenkins
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Marquis of Huntley 1835
Date: 25 June 1838
Place: Muswellbrook
Source: Title: Muswellbrook Court of Petty Sessions, Bench Books, 1838-1843. Ancestry.com
Details: John Boyle per Clyde 1832 and Thomas Jenkins per Marquis of Huntley 1835 charged with house robbery and Joseph Thurley per Bengal Merchant 1835 charged with being an accessary to the offence and with receiving stolen property knowing the same to be stolen. Richard Ward, shopkeeper of Muswellbrook deposed - My house was robbed on the evening of Saturday 10 February last about 8 oclock. Robert Howlett a convict servant of Mr. Macqueens was tried for the same offence as a principal and convicted and sentenced to be transported for life. Another servant of Mr. Macqueens was also tried and convicted for receiving part of the property stolen from me, his name was Powell and two servants of Mr. McIntyres Hall and Skeldon were also tried and convicted. All the prisoners mentioned were living close to Aberdeen at the time and the prisoners Boyle and Jenkins were also at Aberdeen as assigned servants of Mr. Macqueen. John Robinson gave evidence - I am a convict arrived per Asia. Have lately held a ticket of leave but in February last I was in the bush. I absconded from the lockup at Patrick Plains. I remember the night of the robbery at Wards. Settler Charles Henry Buchanan gave evidence. Samuel Ellis, overseer to Mr. Macqueen at Aberdeen gave evidence. William Lambert, shoemaker, holding a ticket of leave for Invermein gave evidence. The prisoners John Boyle and Thomas Jenkins were committed for trial



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