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Details for the convict Jane Lewis (1832)

Convict Name:Jane Lewis
Trial Place:Tipperary
Trial Date:15 April 1831
Sentence:7 years
Notes:[Trade or calling: Needlewoman, House Maid / Offence: Steal Money]
 
Arrival Details
Ship:Southworth (3)
Arrival Year:1832
 
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Research notes

Jane was born about 1814 Queens County Ireland
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 21 May 2014
Jane was tried and convicted at Tipperary Ireland in 1831 of "steal money" and sentenced ton7 years transportation
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 21 May 2014
Jane arrived Sydney aged 18 aboard Southworth on 14 June 1832 with her Indent showing trade as "needle woman"
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 21 May 2014
Jane was assigned H C Sempill of Segenhoe near Newcastle on 7 November 1832
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 21 May 2014
Jane made several applications to marry; A. 29 November 1832 John Mitchell (came free). B Aug 1834 John Cronin (Countess Harcourt1822) & C. 21 May 1844 Michael Simmons (Lady Harewood 1831)
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 21 May 2014

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Sources

  • State Records NSW (SRNSW) : NRS 12188, [4/4017], 1832, Southworth, p.4

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