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Details for the convict Ambrose Manewell (1834)

Convict Name:Ambrose Manewell
Trial Place:Kent Quarter Session
Trial Date:2 July 1833
Sentence:7 years
Arrival Details
Ship:Henry Tanner
Arrival Year:1834
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  • Researcher (John Gray)
  • Researcher (Robin Harlow)
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Ambrose Manewell was born in Chartham, Kent, England in 1800, the son of Christopher Manewell & Susanna Bottle.

Ambrose married Sarah Elizabeth Hawkes (b. 1802 - Canterbury, Kent, England) in 1820 at St Mary the Virgin, Chartham, Kent, England.

Ambrose & Sarah had 4 children:
Mary Ann Manewell - b. 1825 in Goodnestone, Nr. Sandwich, Kent, England
John Manewell - b. 1827 in Goodnestone, Nr. Sandwich, Kent, England
Ambrose Manewell - b. 1829 in Goodnestone, Nr. Sandwich, Kent, England
Sarah Elizabeth Manewell - b. 1831 in Boughton-under-Blean, Nr. Sandwich, Kent, England

Ambrose's wife Sarah died in Canterbury, Kent, England in 1870

Submitted by Researcher (Robin Harlow) on 14 March 2021

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  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/9, p.378

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