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Details for the convict James Henney (1840)

Convict Name:James Henney
Trial Place:Warwick (Birmingham) Quarter Sessions
Trial Date:23 May 1840
Sentence:15 years
Notes:
 
Arrival Details
Ship:Eden I (2)
Arrival Year:1840
 
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Australian Convict Index, 1788-1868 about James Henney
Name: James Henney Age: 19 Year: 1840 Birth Place: Birmingham
State: NSW Ship: Eden Occupation: Clock maker apprentice

Vessel Eden I(2)
Arrived - 18 11 1840 NSW
Port Sailed From - 10 07 1840 Sheerness
Days - 131
Embarked - 270
Sydney - 269
Master - Hy J Naylor
Surgeon - Geo E Forman

Standing No.of Convict: 40-2059
Intent No.: 228
Name: James Henney
Age: 19
Reads-Writes: R&W (Both)
Religion: Protestant
Status: Single
Place from: Birmingham
Occupation: Clockmakers apprentice

Offence: Cutting & Maiming
Tried Where: Warwick (Birmingham) Quarter Session
Tried When: 23 May 1840
Sentence: 15 Years
Height: 5'5"
Complexion: Fair Ruddy
Hair: Light Brown
Eyes: Hazel

Description
Two small brown specks on left eye, Eye brows meeting, Mole on right temple, Two moles on left side of neck, Moon on back of right arm, Fish and three anchors inside same, T woman, Heart, Two darts across, Moon, Seven stars, True lovers knot, M+L J+H on lower left arm, Ring on third finger of left hand.
Submitted by Researcher (Darryl Hamilton) on 1 August 2017

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Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/12, p.207

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