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Item: 196407
Surname: Strettles
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Little Mary 1819
Date: 1819
Place: -
Source: Convict Arriving in the Colony, not from UK. State Archives NSW; Series: NRS 12188; Item: [4/4003A]; Microfiche: 627
Details: Thomas Strettles aged 19. Native place Nantwick. Soldier of the 22nd regiment. Tried at Isle of France 23 October 1827. Sentenced to transportation for life.

Item: 181264
Surname: Strettles (Strattles) (Struttles)
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Little Mary 1819
Date: 15 June 1825
Place: Newcastle
Source: NSW Courts Magistrates, Newcastle Police Court: 1823-1825 (Ancestry)
Details: Thomas Struttles and Daniel Bullock in the service of government, charged with being out of quarters at improper hours and for ill-treating a fellow prisoner. Thomas Liddell states...I am government servant to William Inness. My master has gone to Sydney and left me in charge of the house. Last night about 1/2 past 8 oclock I was standing in the verandah of the house when Strattles and Bullock came into the garden. Strattles came up to me, he had a heavy piece of wood in his hand such as shoemakers use. He struck me with it and I fell. I thought they had come to rob the house, but having struck me they ran away. Strattles admits having struck Liddel but says it was with a switch. He went to Mr. Inness in search of a woman. Bullock denies having entered the garden, says he accompanied Strattles to the paling in search of a woman. Strattles and Bullock ordered to sleep in the Barracks until further orders

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