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Details for the convict Edward Lock (1849)

Convict Name:Edward Lock
Trial Place:Central Criminal Court
Trial Date:4 January 1847
Sentence:10 years
Arrival Details
Ship:Eden (4)
Arrival Year:1849
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AKA Also known as Edward Locke.
Born 1823 London
Married Fanny Davison 8/9/1852
Died 13/2/1894 Geelong Hospital, Buried Eastern Cemetry Geelong.
Crime: burglary
Sentence: 10 years 4/1/1845 CC Court 1847 Millbank. Trained at Pentonville prison as frame knitter.
Arrived on exile ship Eden from Woolwich, Portsmouth 5/10/1848, berthed in Geelong 8sm on 4/2/1849.
Disposal list: Farm labourer, employer Henry Jones esq of Binnum Binnum. Engaged 12 months at 18 pounds per annum with rations.
Named in Geelong advertiser 5/1/1867, which records a perjury case Hale v Locke.
Submitted by Researcher (Cheryl Jakab) on 28 September 2018

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