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Details for the convict Thomas Healey (1833)

Convict Name:Thomas Healey
Trial Place:Tipperary, Ireland
Trial Date:1832
Sentence:7 years
Notes:Source of information: Peter Mayberry's Irish Convicts to NSW website
Arrival Details
Ship:Roslin Castle (3)
Arrival Year:1833
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Thomas Healey was born in 1808 in Tipperary, Ireland, and died on 18 Jun 1877 in the Liverpool Asylum for Infirm and Destitute Men. He was sentenced on 23 March 1832 to 7 years for stealing a pig. He was transported to Australia on the ship Roslyn Castle (3) that left Dublin, Cork on 8 October 1832 with 194 prisoners and the guard of the 21st Regiment. Weight of the ship was 450 tons. William Richards was the Master of the ship. The ship arrived in Sydney on 5 February 1833. Thomas was single, a catholic, 25 years of age, a farm labourer, 5 feet 5 inches in height, ruddy complexion, grey eyes, light brown hair, with a small lump on the outer corner of left eyebrow and a scar on the forefinger of his left hand. He could not read or write.

Thomas married Anne Broe on 18 Nov 1840 in Church of England, Oakville, Whittingham, Wollombi, New South Wales.

Anne brought a child, Mary into the marriage. Shortly after they got married Anne and and Thomas moved to Mulgoa and had 3 more children Patrick, Eliza and Anne. Anne moved to Gulgong, where her daughters Mary and Eliza resided.
Submitted by Researcher (5045) on 5 April 2016

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