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Item: 95713
Surname: Vaux
First Name: James Hardy
Ship: Minorca 1801 Indian 1810 Waterloo 1831
Date: 1831 7 May
Place: Sydney
Source: SG
Details: The celebrated autobiographer James Hardy Vaux who returned to Europe 2 yrs ago has been returned on the Waterloo. He had been living in Ireland where he had the misfortune to get into trouble


 
Item: 95714
Surname: Vaux
First Name: James Hardy
Ship: Minorca 1801 Indian 1810 Waterloo 1831
Date: 1831 10 May
Place: -
Source: SG
Details: The notorious Hardy Vaux made his escape from the Coloy on board the ship Midas, having stowed himself away together with another prisoner. He held only a Conditional Pardon at the time


 
Item: 111135
Surname: Vaux
First Name: James Hardy
Ship: Minorca 1801 Indian 1810 Waterloo 1831
Date: 1839 10 August
Place: Sydney
Source: SG
Details: Sentenced to 2 years imprisonment with hard labour and afterwards to find sureties to be of good behaviour after being found guilty of indecent assault on Ann Arundel a child of 8 years on 13th May in Sydney


 
Item: 169442
Surname: Vaux
First Name: James Hardy
Ship: Minorca 1801 Indian 1810 Waterloo 1831
Date: 2 September 1818
Place: Newcastle
Source: Colonial Secretary's Papers. (NRS 937) Copies of letters sent within the Colony, 1814-1825
Details: In consequence of Mr. Justice Field having made a particular request for a man named Vaux now at Newcastle to be allowed to return to Sydney, in order to be one of his clerks, His Excellency is pleased to say that you may send up Vaux by the return of the Lady Nelson


 
Item: 174881
Surname: Vaux
First Name: James Hardy
Ship: Waterloo 1831
Date: 16 May 1831
Place: Sydney
Source: SH
Details: The prisoners by the Waterloo were landed on Friday and not on Monday as erroniously stated. hardy Vaux appeared quite at home, only the sharp movement of the musceles of his phiz, showed he was not quite at ease with himself


 
Item: 42092
Surname: Vaux (Lowe)
First Name: James Hardy
Ship: Minorca 1801 Indian 1810 Waterloo 1831
Date: 1811 14 May
Place: Newcastle
Source: CSI
Details: Arrived as a prisoner at Newcastle


 
Item: 82175
Surname: Vaux (Young)
First Name: James Hardy
Ship: Minorca 1801 Indian 1810 Waterloo 1831
Date: 1836 7 October
Place: -
Source: Australian
Details: Sent to Port Macquarie as a special soon after arrival. Ticket of leave for district of Windsor ordered to be cancelled.


 
Item: 129904
Surname: Young (Vaux)
First Name: James
Ship: Minorca 1801 Indian 1810 Waterloo 1831
Date: -
Place: -
Source: AO NSW Principal Superintendent of convicts. Indents. Fiche No. 696 pp 1 - 52
Details: Widower aged 55 from Shields. Seaman and shopkeeper. Sentenced to 7 years transportation for forgery. Tried in Dublin 31 August 1830. Previous sentences of transportation for 7 years and for Life. 5 ft 5 inches, ruddy complexion, brown to grey hair, hazel eyes, sunken eyes


 
Item: 129905
Surname: Young (Vaux)
First Name: James
Ship: Minorca 1801 Indian 1810 Waterloo 1831
Date: -
Place: -
Source: AO NSW Principal Superintendent of convicts. Indents. Fiche No. 696 pp 1 - 52
Details: Transported to PJ as James Vaux in the Minorca 1801 under sentence of 7 years, returned home and was again transported as James Lowe in the Indian 1810 under sentence of Life. Escaped in the Midas brig to Rio de Janeiro. His former sentence to remain against him



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