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Details for the convict Thomas Bailey (1850)

Convict Name:Thomas Bailey
Trial Place:Central Criminal Court
Trial Date:10 May 1847
Sentence:10 years
Arrival Details
Ship:William Jardine (3)
Arrival Year:1850
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Convicted as 'Thomas Bailey', transported and married Margaret Combs in Tasmania. By birth of first child he is using the name 'Henry Thomas Bayley'. Same name used on registration of birth of second son, when in Ascot, Victoria, occupation: miner. This is the name he sticks with on his return to the UK by 1860 and until death in 1888. On his wife's death in 1892 probate shows an estate worth £1167. Did he find gold before returning to the UK? Both sons born in Australia, as shown on UK census returns from 1861 onwards.
Submitted by Researcher (3926) on 23 March 2015

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  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/16, p.306

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