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Details for the convict Enoch Hobson (1827)

Convict Name:Enoch Hobson
Trial Place:Stafford Quarter Sessions
Trial Date:8 March 1827
Sentence:7 years
Arrival Details
Ship:Manlius (1)
Arrival Year:1827
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Enoch Hobson: ship ‘Manlius’.
born about 1803 and baptised 01 July 1804, in Burslem, Staffordshire, England in England.
Parents: John and Mary Hobson (Hopson). Staffordshire, England, Extracted Church of England Parish Records, 1538-1839 [database on-line.

Aged 32yrs at his time of conviction.
Occupation: ?labourer

Crime: Larceny.
Trial: Stafford Quarter Sessions 1827, microfilm reel number CY Reel 1085.

Sentence: transportation for 7 years. Ship: ‘Manlius’, sailed 11th April 1827 & arrived NSW 11th August 1827.

Application to marry: INX-68-6925 permission granted 7th January 1835.
HOBSON, Enoch, 32yrs, was a convict on ship ‘Manlius’, sentenced to 7 years. Condition: free.
GREEN Elizabeth, 24yrs, (born was a convict on the ship ‘Numa’, sentenced to 7 years. Condition: Bond. Arrived 13 June 1834. Elizabeth Green Hobson died 1857 and is buried at Braidwood Cemetery, Queanbeyan–Palerang Regional Council, New South Wales, 2622 Australia

Enoch died 1862 Braidwood, NSW BMDs death reg no:3013/1862

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Submitted by Researcher (Ann Spiro) on 19 May 2021

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  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/6, p.157

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