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Details for the convict Charles Taggert (1818)

Convict Name:Charles Taggert
Trial Place:Galway
Trial Date:1817
Sentence:7
Notes:aka McTaggert
 
Arrival Details
Ship:Earl St. Vincent (1)
Arrival Year:1818
 
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Charles Taggert/Taggart/McInTaggart/McTaggart,a coachman from Co Antrim Ireland, was tried at Galway in 1817 and found guilty of burglary and transported to NSW for seven years.
He arrived on the "Earl St Vincent" in 1817 and was sent to the Hawkesbury area.
In 1825 he married Elizabeth McNamara at North Richmond and by 1828 had a Certificate-of-Freedom.
By the 1840s they were at Howes Valley where they later bought land.
Charles died there in 1872 and is buried in a small private cemetery where his grave is marked with a headstone.
Submitted by Researcher (521) on 26 December 2015

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