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Item: 164687
Surname: Jones
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Fame 1817
Date: 27 November 1839
Place: East Maitland
Source: Application to Marry
Details: Thomas Jones aged 45 arrived per 'Fame' (widower), application to marry Bridget Goulding age 20 arrived per 'Diamond'


 
Item: 164689
Surname: Jones
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Fame 1817
Date: 2 September 1818
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: Three convicts of this name by this ship. One of a group of prisoners who carried off two boats in Sydney while Governor Macquarie was at Newcastle. (Reel 6006; 4/3499 p.26)


 
Item: 164690
Surname: Jones
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Fame 1817
Date: 1 August 1818
Place: ?
Source: SG
Details: Notice - Several boats being missing from the Harbour (Sydney), and the undermentioned convicts having absconded supposed with an intention of taking some vessel in order to make their escape from the Colony; all constables and others are hereby required to apprehend all or any of the prisoners described - Labourer aged 20, native place Dublin. 5ft 4 3/4in, sallow complexion, brown hair, grey eyes. Absconded


 
Item: 167009
Surname: Jones
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Fame 1817
Date: 17 August 1818
Place: -
Source: Colonial Secretarys correspondence
Details: Labourer. One of eleven men who piratically carried off two boats. Sentenced to eighteen months in double irons and to hard labour at the lime kilns at Newcastle.



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