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Details for the convict John Neil (1802)

Convict Name:John Neil
Trial Place:Wexford Ireland
Trial Date:1800
Sentence:Life
Notes:Source of information: Peter Mayberry's Irish Convicts to NSW website
 
Arrival Details
Ship:Atlas I (1)
Arrival Year:1802
 
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John together with John Brennan (Rolla 1803) & Timothy Hogan (Rolla 1803) & William Johnson (Rolla 1803) & George Harri bt on (Glatton 1803) & Samuel Humes ( Hercules 1802) & Charles Hill (settler) & John Place (Glatton 1803) were considered the leaders of the Castle Hill Rebellion of March 1804 in which more than 200 convicts and others rebelled against Colonial Authority of the day. In response Governor King imposed Martial Law on 5 March 1904 revoked 12 March 1804. Source ; Sydney Gazette NSe Advertiser 11 March 1804 page1 & 2.
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 25 June 2014

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