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Details for the convict Caroline McCarthy (1831)

Convict Name:Caroline McCarthy
Trial Place:Middlesex Gaol Delivery
Trial Date:27 May 1830
Sentence:7 years
Notes:
 
Arrival Details
Ship:Kains
Arrival Year:1831
 
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Religion: RC
Parents: Unknown
Born: Co. Cork Abt. 1811
Died: 27 Oct 1863 Bungendore NSW Australia
Employment: Char Woman for Mr. Stevenson Leiscter square, London 1830

Offence: Mrs Tibbey Bakery Covent Garden (Current HSBC bank)

Tried: Old Bailey 1830

The Right Honourable
John Crowder, Mayor.
Fifth Session,
Held at
Justice Hall, in the Old Bailey,
On Thursday, the 27th day of may, 1830,

The Whole Proceedings On the Kings Commision of the Peace,
Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol Delivery
For the City of London, And
Gaol Delivery for the County of Middlesex

Before the right honourable John Crowder, Lord mayor of the
city of London; the right honourable Sir Joseph Littledale,
Knt., one of the Justices of his majesty’s court of King’s
Bench ; Sir […]

London Juries
Thomas Davis, George Purdy, Joseph Windle, Nathaniel Gold
William Towers, John Drain, Richard Matthews, Jonat.
McCartney, Wm. G. Wood, Benjamin Griffith, Nicholas Parker
John James Burge
...
1193 Caroline Mc Carthy was indicted for stealing, on the
18th of April, nine loaves of bread, value 6s., the goods
of Mary Tibby.

Mary Tibby. The prisoner called on me and got these loaves
for Stevenson, who is a customer of mine; I do not know
that she came on the 18th April – she came several times
and got several loaves from time to time, and stated herself
to be Stevenson’s servant.

George Stevenson. The prisoner had been one week charwoman
to me in January last, but was not in my service in April
– I never sent her to get these loaves.

Prisoner. I was in great distress, out of a situation, and
would not turn into the street; I took the bread in her name
– I throw myself at your mercy.

Guilty. Aged 18 – Transported for Seven Years.

Transportation Kaines 1831

Assigned: Emanuel Hungerford

Married: Michael Finlay b. 1793 - d. 1844 Co. Dublin,
ship Surrey (2) 1816
Children: John b.1832 - 1913,
Ellen b.1835 - 1885,
Edward b. 1836 - d. 1840,
Daniel b.1838 - d. 1866,
Edward John b.1842 -d.1913

Married: John McDonald b.abt 1813 - d. 1884
ship Surrey (9) 1836
Children: James b.1845 -
Mary b.1848 - d.1922
Bridget b.1855 - d.1938
John b.1855 -
Submitted by Researcher (Ian Finlay) on 20 September 2018

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Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/7, p.439

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