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Details for the convict Henry Strong (1822)

Convict Name:Henry Strong
Trial Place:Somerset Assizes
Trial Date:25 August 1821
Sentence:Life
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Arrival Details
Ship:Prince of Orange (2)
Arrival Year:1822
 
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Henry escaped Launceston Gaol with Michael Brown ( Lady Ridley 1821) and George Ellis (Phoenix 1822) and William Hoadley (Morley 1823) and William Birt Sir Godfrey Webster 1823) and committed robberies. Source; Hobart Town Gazette 6 January 1827 page 4 and others
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 11 July 2014

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Research notes

Henry was convicted at Somerset Assizes on 25 August 1821 and sentenced to life transportation
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 10 July 2014
Henry arrived Tasmania aboard Prince of Orange on 23 July 1822 with his Indent showing trade "butcher".
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 10 July 2014
Henry, Michael Brown, George Ellis, William Hoadley & William Birt were convicted on 13 November 1826 at Hobart of robberies and sentenced to death. Source; Colonial Times 17 November 1826 page 3
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 13 July 2014
Source; Hobart Town Gazette 7 Oct 1826 p2/3 & 18 Nov 1826 p2 & 6 Jan 1827 p4 & 13 Jan 1827 p4 and Colonial Times 13 Oct 1826 p4 & 5 Jan 1827 p4
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 13 July 2014
Henry Strong and his four partners were hanged on 8 January 1827 Hobart Gaol. Source; Colonial Times 12 January 1827 page 4
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 13 July 2014

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Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/4, p.142

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