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127028
Surname: Giles
First Name: Joseph Hoskin
Ship: Royal Sovereign 1835
Date: 1840 29 January
Place: Newcastle
Source: GG
Details: Granted Ticket of Leave


140929
Surname: Giles
First Name: Joseph Hoskin
Ship: Royal Sovereign 1835
Date: 1837
Place: Newcastle
Source: GRC
Details: Age 31. Tried in Cornwall. Assigned to the Australian Agricultural company


140930
Surname: Giles
First Name: Joseph Hoskin
Ship: Royal Sovereign 1835
Date: 1835 6 January
Place: St. Austell, Cornwall
Source: Item: Sessions held at Bodmin. Ref QS/1/12/453-473. A2A site Cornwall
Details: Joseph Hoskin Giles and John Couch both of St. Austell, labourers, indicted for stealing 100 lbs of tin ore


140932
Surname: Giles
First Name: Joseph Hoskin
Ship: Royal Sovereign 1835
Date: 1835 6 January
Place: St. Austell, Cornwall
Source: Quarter Sessions. Order Book. Ref. Q8/1/12. Date April 1831 March 1836. Sessions held at Bodmin. Ref QS/1/12/453-473. A2A site Cornwall.
Details: Joseph Hoskin Giles and Richard Grose both of St. Austell, labourers, indicted for stealing 300 lbs of tin ore. Both transported for 7 years


140934
Surname: Giles
First Name: Joseph Hoskin
Ship: Royal Sovereign 1835
Date: 1835
Place: -
Source: AO New Convict Indents Fiche 713
Details: Age 32. Married with 2 children. Trade: Tin miner and streamer. Previous convictions: none. 5ft 6 3/4in, dark sallow complexion, brown hair and eyes. Certificate of Freedom 46/527