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Details for the convict Charles Coe (1830)

Convict Name:Charles Coe
Trial Place:Essex Quarter Session
Trial Date:28 April 1829
Arrival Details
Ship:Katherine Stewart Forbes (1)
Arrival Year:1830
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  • Researcher (Deborah Kelly)
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Charles COE, my great great great grandfather arrived in the colony of New South Wales in 1830 aboard the Katharine Stewart Forbes being transported for picking pockets.

Charles is described as 5’4” with a dark ruddy complexion, black hair, dark hazel eyes and bears a large “Y” scar on back of head.

Charles spent most of his life in the colony of New South Wales and was never to see his parents, his siblings, his wife and daughter in England again.


My story "Whatever happened to Charles Coe" can be found on Our Family Past below:
Submitted by Researcher (Deborah Kelly) on 23 December 2016

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  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/7, p.220

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