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Details for the convict Joseph Banbury (1853)

Convict Name:Joseph Banbury
Trial Place:Oxford - Assizes at Oxford
Trial Date:1 March 1851
Sentence:10 years
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Arrival Details
Ship:Dudbrook
Arrival Year:1853
 
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Joseph was the eldest son, born to Charles and Charlotte Banbury.Joseph was one of 11 children, born at Sonning Oxfordshire in 1826c,the 1841 census he was living at home.In 1844 at the age of 18 he married Caroline Marshall, together they had 3 daughters,Catherine 1847-1911,Emily 1849-1922 and Agnes 1851-1879.After the birth of Agnes, Joseph was sentence by the Oxford court to 10 years in jail, his crime was larceny.He left Plymouth on board the Dubrook, arriving in Western Australia in 1853.
Joseph wife Caroline died in London UK 1897 stating she was a widow
Submitted by Researcher (Dave Banbury) on 5 March 2017

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Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/17, p.573

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