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Details for the convict Christopher Nowlan (1826)

Convict Name:Christopher Nowlan
Trial Place:Trim Meath Co
Trial Date:1826
Notes:aka Christy
Arrival Details
Ship:Phoenix III
Arrival Year:1826
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Christopher NOWLAN (also NOLAN) came here as a convict in 1826 on the ship Phoenix III, arriving 25 Dec 1826.
He was tried in Trim in 1826 for Murder.
He was 23 years old
Sentenced to LIFE, he got a ticket of leave and a conditional pardon.
He got permission to marry a Mary EDWARDS (daughter of Matthew Edwards, Portland 1833) in West Maitland who was aged 15 years and she came free (not a convict).
Christopher's calling or trade was Farmers Man.

Submitted by Researcher (Megan Tilley) on 12 May 2014

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