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Details for the convict George Bateman (1836)

Convict Name:George Bateman
Trial Place:Warwick (Coventry) Assizes
Trial Date:3 August 1835
Sentence:14 years
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Arrival Details
Ship:Strathfieldsay (2)
Arrival Year:1836
 
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George Bateman was born 8 July 1804, Coventry, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom. He was baptised 25 November 1804. Parents are John Bateman & Elizabeth nee Pearson.
A probable marriage to Hannah Day on 30 November 1830.
The probable known children are John 1831-1832 - George 1832 - Ann 1834.Possible others.

Crime: Sheep-stealing, namely one sheep, value £1 the property of William Walters on 15 April 1835 at the parish of St Michael, Coventry.
Initial sentence: Transportation for life.
Gaoler's report: 'Character good'.
Annotated (Outcome): 'Sentence reduced to 14 years.
Arrived New South Wales, Australia 15 June 1836 aboard Strathfieldsay(e).
A profile has been created on Wikitree - https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Bateman-2230

His spouse & children applied for free passage to Australia - no records found if approved.
No records found on George in Australia.


Submitted by Researcher (12527) on 6 May 2020

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Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/10, p.242

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