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Details for the convict Thomas Gange (1831)

Convict Name:Thomas Gange
Trial Place:Wilts Special Gaol Delivery
Trial Date:27 December 1830
Sentence:7 years
Notes:[alias John Gange. FP written (possibly later) under surname.]
Arrival Details
Ship:Eliza II (3)
Arrival Year:1831
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Police ID 742G - give upon arrival to Van Dimen's Land

Voyage Eliza II, 1831 - Departed Portmouth England. Ship 'Eliza' Jn S Groves, Ship surgoen William Anderson

223 other convicts on ship

Thomas was from Earldom and a Ploughman - transported for 7 years for machine breaking - trial Wiltshire England

Born 17 March 1809 Landford Wiltshire England
29 May 1831 - Convicted at Wilts special Goal Delivery
1835 - Birth of son Joseph Gange
3 Feb 1836 - Free Pardon awarded early no. 279
2 Mar 1836 - Marriage to Margaret Ismay Robertson or Robinson (Changes for each childs birth certificate) both listed as being free
7 Mar 1837 - Birth of son Frederick William Gange
9 July 1840 - Birth of son and daughter Robert John Gagne and Susan Eliza Gagne
1842 - Birth of daughter Jemima Susannah Gange
4 May 1845 - Birth of son Mitchell Gange (would marry daughter of convicts Cornilous and Julia Loxton).

Died Drysdaly Victoria 2 June 1868. Buried Gagne Burial Ground Drysdale.
Submitted by Researcher (Jenna Farrelly) on 4 July 2019

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

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