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Item:30125
Surname:Jones
First Name:Thomas
Ship:John Barry 1819
Date:1835 24 January
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Obtained Ticket of Leave
Item:97821
Surname:Jones
First Name:Thomas
Ship:John Barry 1819
Date:1831 21 September
Place:-
Source:NGE
Details:Cook. Admitted to Newcastle gaol 21 September. Returned to govt., service, his master Mr. Warland havng no agent to receive him. Forwarded tothe bench at Newcastle for assignment 1 October
Item:116126
Surname:Jones
First Name:Thomas
Ship:John Barry 1819
Date:1837
Place:Newcastle
Source:GRC
Details:Ticket of leave holder aged 30
Item:129533
Surname:Jones
First Name:Thomas
Ship:John Barry 1819
Date:1823 13 March
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 Dickson
Item:164691
Surname:Jones
First Name:Thomas
Ship:John Barry 1819
Date:January 1840
Place:Newcastle
Source:Application to Marry
Details:Thomas Jones age 40 arrived per 'John Barry', application to marry Mary Ann Cain age 17 arrived per Sir Charles Forbes. - Note - no such prisoners arrived per 'Sir Charles Forbes?'
Item:170660
Surname:Jones
First Name:Thomas
Ship:John Barry 1819
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:180922
Surname:Jones
First Name:Thomas
Ship:John Barry 1819
Date:11 June 1824
Place:Bellevue, Hunters River
Source:CSI
Details:On monthly return of convicts assigned in the Counties of Northumberland and Durham; from Andrew Dickson to William Evans (Reel 6028; 2/8283 p.85)
Item:180923
Surname:Jones
First Name:Thomas
Ship:John Barry 1819
Date:24 June 1824
Place:Government Cottage, Pattersons Plains
Source:NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
Details:Thomas Jones per John Barry, assigned servant to William Evans. Charged for pretending illness and refusing to work in consequence and also for general filthiness...William Evans states....The prisoner when set to work always states himself to be too unwell as to be able to perform his task. On examination I find nothing the matter with him except slight excoriation from dirt. He is very filthy and I believe has not washed himself for a considerable time past. Prisoner alledges nothing in defence. Sentenced to 50 lashes
Item:180939
Surname:Jones
First Name:Thomas
Ship:John Barry 1819
Date:3 July 1824
Place:Newcastle
Source:NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
Details:Thomas Jones per John Barry, assigned servant to William Evans. Mr. Evans states - notwithstanding the punishment which the prisoner received on the 24 June, he is just as lazy as before and I cannot get him to do anything. Sentenced to hard labour in the gaol gang for 3 months
Item:115278
Surname:Jones (Meran) (Moran)
First Name:Thomas
Ship:John Barry 1819
Date:1837 30 December
Place:Port Stephens
Source:SG
Details:Granted Ticket of Leave

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