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Details for the convict Pierre Poidevin (1835)

Convict Name:Pierre Poidevin
Trial Place:Guernsey Royal Court
Trial Date:13 December 1834
Sentence:7 years
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Arrival Details
Ship:England (3)
Arrival Year:1835
 
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Biographies

Pierre Poidevin was a convict who arrived in Australia in 1835 on the vessel 'England'. He left England on 6th June 1835, aged 38 and was sentenced for 7 years for the crime 'Base Coining'.
He received a Certificate of Freedom on 17/9/1842. [CF no. 42/1637, Reel no. 1012, item no. 4/4377]
Pierre married Rebecca Sheridan on 11th May, 1843 at the Roman Catholic Church, Goulburn, NSW and had 7 children. They lived all the married life at Collector, NSW, and were Innkeepers.
He died on 27th June 1858 and was buried at Collector.
Submitted by Researcher (Rosemarie Swan) on 11 January 2015

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Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/10, p.78

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