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Details for the convict Thomas Astbury (1818)

Convict Name:Thomas Astbury
Trial Place:Lancaster Quarter Session
Trial Date:21 October 1817
Sentence:7 years
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Arrival Details
Ship:Glory
Arrival Year:1818
 
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Thomas Aspery was tried at Lancaster Assizes Court 27 August 1817 for larceny and sentenced to 7 years transportation. Note the several spelling variations for the name Aspery. He arrived 14 September 1818 to NSW per 'Glory'. Significant to note a fellow convict (Michael Napthali) on the same voyage was later to be related to Thomas through marriage connections. Thomas was born c1789 in Birmingham Warwickshire England son of John Aspery & Rosanna Horton. Thomas married 7 October 1844 Eleanor Dunn (1801-1874) child of convicts Patrick (known as James) Dunn & Catherine Barry. Thomas died 21 September 1847 at Portland Head Hawkesbury NSW.
Submitted by Researcher (1957) on 21 November 2014

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Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/3, p.32

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