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Item: 167412
Surname: Hector
First Name: Timothy
Ship: Friendship 1800
Date: 13 April 1813
Place: -
Source: Colonial Secretary's Papers, Copies of Letters sent
Details: Timothy Hector, Hugh Byrne and Patrick Maloney sentenced at the Criminal Court on 26 March 1813 and sentenced to transportation to Newcastle for life. Sent to Newcastle on the Estramina


 
Item: 167413
Surname: Hector
First Name: Timothy
Ship: Friendship 1800
Date: 14 September 1806
Place: Sydney
Source: SG
Details: Owen Devine, Thomas Stone, Thomas Dee, Timothy Hector and Maurice Hallighan were put to the bar and arraigned on a charge of having on the night of the 25th or early on the morning of the 26th August ultimo burglariously broke and entered the dwelling house of John Fox, settler at Richmond Hill and stolen therefrom 25 bushels of wheat, 12 bushels of maize, a quantity of wearing apparel and notes and other property to a very considerable amount


 
Item: 167414
Surname: Hector
First Name: Timothy
Ship: Friendship 1800
Date: 2 January 1813
Place: Sydney
Source: SG
Details: M. Kearns and Timothy Hector charged with feloniously stealing a heifer belonging to George Salter, were put to the bar; but the trial did not proceed owing to the absence of a material evidence for the prosecution. Both remanded


 
Item: 167415
Surname: Hector
First Name: Timothy
Ship: Friendship 1800
Date: 16 January 1813
Place: Windsor
Source: SG
Details: Mr. M. Kearns, a settler near Windsor and Timothy Hector, his servant, on a charge of feloniously stealing a black heifer on the 12th October last, the property of George Salter; of which offence both were acquitted after a trial that lasted upwards of 7 hours


 
Item: 167416
Surname: Hector
First Name: Timothy
Ship: Friendship 1800
Date: 13 March 1813
Place: -
Source: SG
Details: Timothy Hector was next put to the bar with Richard Berry and Patrick Maloney and with them indicted for stealing and assisting to drive away 6 cows and 6 heifers the property of the Crown; and Michael Murphy and Eleanor Lawler were also indicted for purchasing and receiving 4 of the said heifers, and four of the cows. All were found guilty. Hector, Berry and Maloney sentenced to death. Richard Berry and Patrick Maloney together wit hHugh Byrne, settler, and John Marney a stock keeper were indicted, Berry and Maloney for stealing and Byrne and Marney for aiding and assisting in stealing and driving away cows belonging to Government. Found guilty and sentenced to death


 
Item: 167417
Surname: Hector
First Name: Timothy
Ship: Friendship 1800
Date: 30 June 1829
Place: Botany
Source: SR NSW Ticket of Leave
Details: Labourer from County Limerick born in 1776. 5ft 1 in, ruddy slightly pockmarked complexion, brown to grey hair, hazel eyes. A prisoner for life but date of trial not mentioned in the indent


 
Item: 167411
Surname: Hectory
First Name: Timothy
Ship: Friendship 1800
Date: -
Place: Prince St. Sydney
Source: Colonial Secretary's Papers. Special Bundles
Details: Denis Cronin per 'Prince Regent' assigned to Timothy Hector in Sydney


 
Item: 62961
Surname: Logan
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Friendship 1800
Date: 1828
Place: Brisbane Water
Source: 1828 Census
Details: Labourer aged 67. Employed by William Brooks


 
Item: 146798
Surname: Logan
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Friendship 1800
Date: -
Place: -
Source: AO NSW Convict Indents. Fiche No. 625
Details: Cotton weaver from Co. Cavan. Sentenced to transportation for Life. Granted Conditional Pardon 24 September 1823


 
Item: 128424
Surname: Logan
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Friendship 1800 (?)
Date: 1834 31 July
Place: Lake Macquarie
Source: CDR
Details: Died age 70. Remarks - Jonathon Warner


 
Item: 66065
Surname: Osborne
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Friendship 1800
Date: 1828
Place: Hinton, Paterson's Plains
Source: 1828 Census
Details: Blacksmith aged 59. Free by servitude. Employed by R.C. Dillon


 
Item: 146799
Surname: Osborne
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Friendship 1800
Date: -
Place: -
Source: AO NSW Convict Indents. Fiche No. 627
Details: Tried in Louth June 1798 sentenced to transportation for Life. Husband of Catherine in 1828


 
Item: 156986
Surname: Osbourne (Osborne)
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Friendship 1800
Date: no date
Place: -
Source: CSI (Fiche 3292; 4/6974.1 p.77)
Details: On list of convicts who have received absolute pardons



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