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Item:108532
Surname:Tinkler
First Name:Charles
Ship:-
Date:1824 19 August
Place:Port Macquarie
Source:SG
Details:Crown servant at Port Macquarie. 'Foley' an aboriginal native found not guilty of the murder of Tinkler. Foley, Tinkler and 2 or 3 other white men lived in the same hut and often went duck shooting together
Item:108533
Surname:Tinkler
First Name:Charles
Ship:Eliza 1820
Date:1820 10 February
Place:Newcastle
Source:CSI
Details:Sent to work in the mines at Newcastle
Item:108534
Surname:Tinkler
First Name:Charles
Ship:Eliza 1820
Date:1821 April
Place:Newcastle
Source:Colonial Secretarys Papers. NRS 898 Special Bundles, Ancestry
Details:Sentenced to 75 lashes for running from the settlement
Item:108535
Surname:Tinkler
First Name:Charles
Ship:Eliza 1820
Date:1822 11 January
Place:-
Source:CSI
Details:Bushranger sent to Port Macquarie under Proclamation of 15 Dec 1821. On list of convicts at Port Macquarie
Item:167695
Surname:Tinkler
First Name:Charles
Ship:Eliza 1820
Date:20 March 1819
Place:Newcastle UK
Source:The Newcastle Courant, England
Details:On Wednesday last, Isabella Donnison wife of John Donnison (who has for some years past lived with and passed for the wife of Charles Tinkler late of Gateshead Fell, pittman), was committed to the gaol of this town for trial at the ensuing gaol delivery on a charge of stealing a shawl in the shop of Mr. William Donkin, linen draper, in the Groat market. Charles Tinkler is in custody in Northumberland for sheep stealing
Item:167696
Surname:Tinkler
First Name:Charles
Ship:Eliza 1820
Date:16 June 1819
Place:Woolwich
Source:UK Prison Hulks Registers
Details:Age 30. Tried Newcastle upon Tyne for sheep stealing on 27 March 1819 and sentenced to transportation for life. Received on to the Justitia hulk on 16th June 1819 and transferred to the convict ship Eliza for transportation to New South Wales on 9th September 1819.
Item:167697
Surname:Tinkler
First Name:Charles
Ship:Eliza 1820
Date:19 September 1819
Place:Woolwich
Source:Surgeon's Journal
Details:Age 30. Catarrh. considerable heat and thirst, pain in the head, soreness all over his body

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