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Details for the convict James Dridge (1819)

Convict Name:James Dridge
Trial Place:Sussex Assizes
Trial Date:16 March 1818
Sentence:Life
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Ship:Globe
Arrival Year:1819
 
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Baptised 28 June 1788 at Chalton, Hants, England.
Son of Edward Dridge and Ann White
Married Sarah (Sally) Miller, born 1781 Westbourne, Sussex in 1797.She died at Emsworth in 1842 aged 60.
Served as a seaman/marine 1804 -1816 as was customary for men from this fishing community.
At least 9 children born to the marriage but only first 3 seemed to have survived. There was a large gap between 3 and 4 - service away or syphilis?
Eldest son Edward born 1798 had 8 surviving children with wife Martha Randall at Emsworth, Hants, England.

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Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/3, p.100

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