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Item: 61976
Surname: Crow (Thompson)
First Name: William
Ship: Sir William Bensley 1817
Date: 1820 2 December
Place: -
Source: SG
Details: Sentenced to 14 yrs at Newcastle for robbing the cottage of Joseph Louis at the Field of Mars


 
Item: 167011
Surname: Thompson
First Name: William
Ship: Sir William Bensley 1817
Date: 17 August 1818
Place: -
Source: Colonial Secretary's Correspondence
Details: Tailor. 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.


 
Item: 169451
Surname: Thompson (alias Thomson) (alias Crow)
First Name: William
Ship: Sir William Bensley 1817
Date: 17 June 1816
Place: Woolwich
Source: UK Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books. Ancestry
Details: Age 19. Sentenced to 14 years beyond the seas for housebreaking. Convicted at Perth Assizes on 1 May 1816 and received on to Justitia Hulk on 11 June 1816. Transferred to the Sir William Bensley for transportation to NSW on 5th September 1816


 
Item: 70023
Surname: Thompson (Crow)
First Name: William
Ship: Sir William Bensley 1817
Date: 1818 2 September
Place: -
Source: CSI
Details: One of a group of prisoners who carried off two boats while Governor Macquarie was at Newcastle


 
Item: 169444
Surname: Thompson (Crow)
First Name: William
Ship: Sir William Bensley 1817
Date: 27 January 1821
Place: -
Source: CSI
Details: On list of prisoners to sent to Newcastle per Lady Nelson



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