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Details for the convict Joseph Blundell (1826)

Convict Name:Joseph Blundell
Trial Place:Kent Special Session of Gaol Delivery
Trial Date:2 January 1826
Sentence:Life
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Arrival Details
Ship:Marquis of Huntley (1)
Arrival Year:1826
 
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Joseph Blundell (farmers man) was tried and convicted 2 January 1826 at Maidstone Kent Winter Assizes Court and sentenced to Life. He arrived 13 September 1826 to NSW per 'Marquis of Huntley'. On convict indents he was listed as a married man without children. No further mention is made of this wife suggesting she remained in England. He was christened 7 October 1798 at Thurham Kent England son of Joseph Blundell & Elizabeth Presnall. Joseph apparently married Susan Osborne (c1817-1892) about 1841 and they had a total of eleven children born between 1843 and 1859. Joseph died 13 February 1874 at Queanbeyan NSW and is buried in St John's Church cemetery Reid ACT.
Submitted by Researcher (1957) on 23 November 2014

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Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/6, p.28

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