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Details for the convict William Smith (1835)

Convict Name:William Smith
Trial Place:Bristol Quarter Session
Trial Date:13 October 1834
Sentence:7 years
Arrival Details
Ship:Westmoreland (1)
Arrival Year:1835
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William Smith born about 1815 in Bristol UK, married Ann Carroll (1817-abt 1865) on 22.12.1850 in Kelso RC Church near Bathurst NSW and died about 1867 in Wellington, NSW. Ann was an Irish Famine Orphan. They had 6 children, John (1852-1898), Margaret Ann (1854- ), Harriet (1856-1915), William (1858- ), Alice Bridget Louisa (1861-1932) and Mary Francis (1865 - ). William has been listed as a drover, gold miner and also as a blacksmith. The family lived in and around the gold mining areas near Bathurst and Wellington.
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  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/10, p.1

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