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Details for the convict Ephraim Lindsay (1790)

Convict Name:Ephraim Lindsay
Trial Place:Newcastle/Tyne
Trial Date:1787
Sentence:7
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Ship:Surprize (1)
Arrival Year:1790
 
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Ephraim Lindsay the younger a Barber from Alnwick Northumberland was sentenced to 7 years transportation on the 4th August 1787 at the Newcastle upon Tyne Assizes for the theft on 16 June of 6lbs weight of mutton from Charles Arthur. He was sent on board the Thames Hulk Stanislaus on the 13th October 1787 and embarked on the Surprize on the 16th November 1789 which sailed from Portsmouth - the journey took 158 days.

He was 48years old when he was sentenced and 50 when he left for Australia leaving a wife and 4 children behind. He died aged 60 having presumably completed his sentence
Submitted by Researcher (5949) on 22 March 2016

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