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Details for the convict Robert Taylor (1820)

Convict Name:Robert Taylor
Trial Place:Lancaster Assizes
Trial Date:30 March 1819
Sentence:7 years
Arrival Details
Ship:Prince Regent I (1)
Arrival Year:1820
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Robert Taylor was born in Wigan, Lancanshire in 1792. He was convicted of larceny and transported to Sydney for 7 years aboard the Prince Regent which docked on 27th January 1820. He was issued his ticket of leave in 1826. At the time of his death in 1850, he owned a lot of land around Taylor Square in Sydney. His daughter Ann married John Higham. Their daughter Mary married Eli Daw. Their daughter Ada married Henry Barford. Their daughter Emma married Ray Smith. Their son Ray had Kevin Smith, his son was me, Phillip Smith.
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  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/3, p.233

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