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Details for the convict William Hill (1832)

Convict Name:William Hill
Trial Place:Somerset Assizes
Trial Date:29 March 1831
Sentence:7 years
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Arrival Details
Ship:Isabella I (4)
Arrival Year:1832
 
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William was born about 1813 in Somerset England
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 27 May 2014
William was tried and convicted at Somerset Assizes on 29 March 1831 and sentenced to 7 years transportation
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William arrived Sydney aged about 19 aboard Isabella in 1832 with his Indent showing trade "labourer". He is shown soon assigned to William McLaren of Hunter River on 20 June 1832
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William gained his Certificate of Freedom 40/1883 dated 13 November 1840
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William made application to marry Agnes McLean (Mary Anne 1839) on 29 July 1840
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With the consent of the Governor William married Agnes McLean (Mary Anne) in August 1840 Church of Christ Newcastle NSW. (Recorded Agnes McClean/William Hill)
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William and Agnes had three known children; Harry, Peter & Louisa
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Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/8, p.239

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