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Item:74242
Surname:Sears
First Name:Henry
Ship:-
Date:1842 19 October
Place:-
Source:CO
Details:Sentenced to death for piracy and attempted murder at Norfolk Island
Item:126524
Surname:Sears
First Name:Henry
Ship:-
Date:1834 30 January
Place:-
Source:SG
Details:Sentenced to be worked in irons on the public roads of the Colony for 2 years for larceny
Item:126526
Surname:Sears
First Name:Henry
Ship:-
Date:1840 29 July
Place:Berrima
Source:SH
Details:Henry Sears and John Dagley, runaways from Towrang Stockade apprehended with fire arms. Sears sentenced to 14 years in a penal settlement. An old offender. William Monday granted a conditional pardon for the apprehension of these two bushrangers
Item:126527
Surname:Sears
First Name:Henry
Ship:-
Date:1833 26 December
Place:Sydney
Source:SG
Details:Charged with stealing a boat belonging to Isaac Nichols at Concord; and for having in his possession sundry articles of clothing stolen from the Field of Mars. Supposed to have been concerned in the late depredations on the Parramatta Road
Item:126528
Surname:Sears
First Name:Henry
Ship:-
Date:1842 22 October
Place:Sydney
Source:SMH
Details:Found guilty of piracy at Norfolk Island. Addressed the Court prior to sentencing. Stated that he would sooner die than serve his fourteen years at Norfolk Island; denied having taken the active part assigned to him in the affair as accused by the witnesses
Item:126529
Surname:Sears
First Name:Henry
Ship:-
Date:1842 4 November
Place:Norfolk Island
Source:The Courier (Hobart)
Details:John Jones, Thomas Whelan, George Beaver, Henry Sears, Nicholas Lewis and James Wolfe found guilty of piracy and murder in taking possession of the Governor Phillip at Norfolk Island 21st June
Item:62723
Surname:Sears
First Name:Henry
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1825 4 August
Place:Patterson's Plains
Source:SG
Details:Age 18. From Sanbury. 5' 4 3/4" grey eyes, flaxen hair, pale complexion, Absconded from J. Boughton at Patterson's Plains
Item:69491
Surname:Sears
First Name:Henry
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1832 21 November
Place:-
Source:1832 GG
Details:Apprehended after absconding from No. 1 stockade
Item:78473
Surname:Sears
First Name:Henry
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1827 13 August
Place:Newcastle
Source:SG
Details:Brick maker aged 23. Absconded from Newcastle gaol
Item:105121
Surname:Sears
First Name:Henry
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1833 19 December
Place:-
Source:SG
Details:Brickmaker aged 25 frm Sunbury. Grey eyes, flaxen hair, pale complexion. Absconded from No. 1 road party since 7th December. 2nd time absconding
Item:126523
Surname:Sears
First Name:Henry
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:1840 17 June
Place:Tourang Stockade
Source:GG
Details:Brickmaker aged 33 from Sunderland. Absconded from the Stockade at Tourang. Supposed that he will attempt to leave the Colony
Item:181566
Surname:Sears
First Name:Henry
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:6 December 1825
Place:Newcastle
Source:NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
Details:Henry Sears, in government service, charged with making away with his slop clothing. The superintendent states - the prisoner having been returned to government service a short time since in a state of nakedness, I was directed to clothe him which I did. Since which he has made away with his shirt and shoes. Henry Sears sentenced to one month in the gaol gang
Item:181854
Surname:Sears
First Name:Henry
Ship:Asia 1825 (111)
Date:22 May 1826
Place:Newcastle
Source:NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825, 1826-1827 (Ancestry)
Details:Henry Sears in government service, charged with stealing a pair of shoes from a fellow prisoner. William Hart states - Last night after I was asleep in barracks my shoes were stolen from me. James Dermoody states - This morning at day break I saw Sears going to the privy with a pair of shoes under his arm. I followed him and saw him putting them under the flooring of the privy. I asked him where he had got them, he said he had found them and that I should have half if I would not say anything about it. I refused to have anything to do in it I went and told the barrack master who took the shoes from him. The prisoner states he found the shoes. Henry Sears sentenced to 50 lashes
Item:74253
Surname:Sears (Executed)
First Name:Henry
Ship:-
Date:1842 9 November
Place:Sydney
Source:CO
Details:Executed in the gaol yard at Woolloomooloo after being convicted of piracy and murder at Norfolk Island

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