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Details for the convict James Ryan (1832)

Convict Name:James Ryan
Trial Place:Cork Ireland
Trial Date:1832
Sentence:7 years
Notes:Source of information: Peter Mayberry's Irish Convicts to NSW website
 
Arrival Details
Ship:Eliza II (4)
Arrival Year:1832
 
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Two assigned convicts of Major James Mudie of Castle Forbes near Newcastle were tried on 10 December 1833 at Supreme Court of attempted murder of John Lanach (Mudie's son in law)on 5 November 1833 and a further four of counselling aiding and abetting.
All six were convicted and sentenced to death with Hitchcock and Poole to be hanged adjacent to the site of their crime near Castle Forbes Patrick Plains , the remaining four Reilly, Perry, Jones and Ryan to be hanged in Sydney.
Jones's sentence was later commuted to 14 years transportation to Norfolk Island. Sentence was carried out. At their trial mention had been made of maltreatment by Mudie and it is noted questions had been asked resulting in Mudie returning to England not much later. Perpetrators were; Anthony Hitchcock "Lord Melville 1829" and John Poole "Claudine 1829" (attempted murder) ;;;;; James Reilly" Bussorah Merchant 1831" & John Perry "Asia 1832" & David Jones "Guildford 1829" & James Ryan "Eliza 1832" (counselling aiding and abetting). Source; Sydney Moniter 14 Nov 1833 p3, 11 Dec 1833 p 2 & 14 Dec 1833 p4 and Sydney Gazette NSW Advertiser 16 Nov 1833 p4, 10 Dec 1833 p2 & 12 Dec 1833 p2 and Sydney Morning Herald 18 Nov 1833.p4, 12 Dec 1833 p2 & 16 Dec 1833 p2
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 11 June 2014

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Research notes

James was born about 1816 Tipperary Ireland
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 10 June 2014
James was tried and convicted at Cork Ireland in 1832 of "steal bacon" and sentenced to 7 years transportation
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 10 June 2014
James arrived Sydney aged 17 aboard Eliza on 6 September 1832 with his Indent showing trade " shoemaker apprentice"
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 11 June 2014
James was convicted of counselling aid &abet attempted murder and hanged in Sydney on 21 December 1833. Source; Sydney Gazette & NSW Advertiser 24 December 1833 page 2
Submitted by Researcher (Brian & Toni ) on 11 June 2014

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