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Item: 109088
Surname: Senior
First Name: Benjamin
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1841 3 August
Place: Paterson
Source: SG
Details: Granted Ticket of Leave


 
Item: 130895
Surname: Sexton
First Name: Burrough
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1837
Place: Paterson
Source: GRC
Details: Age 18. Assigned to Thomas Kerr


 
Item: 18642
Surname: Sexton
First Name: Burrough (Burrows)
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1845 27 September
Place: Dungog
Source: MM
Details: Obtained Ticket of Leave


 
Item: 73590
Surname: Sexton
First Name: Burrough (Burrows)
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1850 6 April
Place: -
Source: MM
Details: Granted Conditional Pardon


 
Item: 130893
Surname: Sexton
First Name: John
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1837
Place: Ravensfield
Source: GRC
Details: Age 48. Assigned to E. Sparke junior


 
Item: 130899
Surname: Sexton
First Name: Robert
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1837
Place: Patrick Plains (?Paterson Plains)
Source: GRC
Details: Age 19. Assigned to W. Newton


 
Item: 130901
Surname: Sexton
First Name: Robert
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1850 3 April
Place: -
Source: SMH
Details: Granted Conditional Pardon. Dated 9 February 1850. Granted on condition that he did not return to UK during the remainder of his sentence


 
Item: 158712
Surname: Sexton
First Name: Robert
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1845
Place: Parramatta
Source: State Records Convict Index - Tickets of Leave 45/503
Details: Tried at Huntingdon Quarter Sessions. Granted a ticket of leave for the district of Parramatta in 1845


 
Item: 158713
Surname: Sexton
First Name: Robert
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1837
Place: -
Source: AO NSW Convict Indent
Details: Age 19. Native of Huntingdonshire. Tried 17 October 1836 and sentenced to transportation for life for sheep stealing. No former convictions. Brother of Burrows Sexton, prisoner on the same vessell


 
Item: 162916
Surname: Sexton
First Name: Robert
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 5 December 1838
Place: Big River
Source: The Colonist
Details: The Liverpool Plains Massacre - (Myall Creek Massacre) - The trial took place in the Supreme Court on Thursday 29th November, before is Honor Judge Burton and the following civil jury: - Mr. John Sewell, Foreman; Mr. William Knight of Castlereagh Street; Mr. Francis King, soap boiler, King Street; Mr. John Little, publican, King Street; Mr. Richard Leworthy, tailor, George Street; Mr. Henry Linden; Mr. Benjamin Lees, Parramatta; Mr. E. Hyland, Redwood; Mr. W. Johnson; Mr. Alexander Long, publican, York Street; Mr. John Leary, publican, York Street, and Mr. William Jones, Pitt Town. The prisoners arraigned at the bar were Charles Kilmaister, James Oates, Edward Foley, John Johnson, John Russell, William Hawkins and James Parry. The indictment contained twenty counts, the first five charging the prisoners with the murder of an aboriginal child; the next five with the murder of a male aboriginal child; the next five with the murder of a female aboriginal child, and the last five with the murder of an aboriginal boy named Charlie. The case for the prosecution was conducted by the Attorney General, assisted by Mr. Therry. The defence was conducted by Messrs A'Beckett, Foster and Windeyer, who had been specially retained for that purpose by the Hunter River Black Association. Witnesses included Thomas Foster, superintendent on the estate of Dr. Newton at the Big River about 150 miles beyond Invermein; William Hobbs, superintendent on Henry Dangars estate at the Big River; Edward Denny Day, Police Magistrate; George Anderson, an assigned servant of Henry Dangar; John Bates, assigned servant to Mr. Dight of Richmond and employed on Dights station at the Big River; Mr. Kinnear Robertson, Colonial Surgeon; Robert Sexton, assigned servant to Dr. Newton; Charles Reid, a ticket of leave holder employed by Henry Dangar; Andrew Burrows, an assigned servant to Henry Dangar. At a quarter past one the Jury retired, and at two oclock returned to Court with a verdict, finding the prisoners guilty on the first five counts of the indictment and acquitting them on the last five


 
Item: 119763
Surname: Skinner
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1839 20 November
Place: Williams River
Source: GG
Details: Apprehended after absconding from the A.A. Company


 
Item: 121398
Surname: Skinner
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1841 24 August
Place: Port Stephens
Source: GG
Details: Granted Ticket of Leave


 
Item: 156798
Surname: Skinner
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1843 31 January
Place: Dungog
Source: Australasian Chronicle
Details: Ticket of leave cancelled for harbouring a convict illegally at large


 
Item: 4845
Surname: Spratt
First Name: Charles
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1842 21 May
Place: Cassilis
Source: HRG
Details: Ticket of Leave granted.


 
Item: 107846
Surname: Spratt
First Name: Charles
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1841 15 July
Place: Cassilis
Source: SG
Details: Granted Ticket of Leave


 
Item: 133753
Surname: Spratt
First Name: Charles
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1837
Place: Merton
Source: GRC
Details: Age 22. Assigned to William Blaxland


 
Item: 156789
Surname: Spratt
First Name: Charles
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1842 27 January
Place: -
Source: Australasian Chronicle
Details: Ticket of leave cancelled for allowing himself, with seven other individuals, to be bailed up by two bushrangers; per Colonial Secretary's letter No. 41-448, dated 31st December 1841


 
Item: 168442
Surname: Spratt
First Name: Charles
Ship: Prince George 1837.....
Date: 11 January 1842
Place: Newcastle
Source: Gaol Description and Entrance Books, 1818-1930; Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757
Details: Ticket of leave holder. Sent to Newcastle gaol by Benjamin Sullivan of Cassilis. To be forwarded to Hyde Park Barracks. No offence stated


 
Item: 121397
Surname: Stension
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1841 24 August
Place: Port Stephens
Source: GG
Details: Granted Ticket of Leave


 
Item: 128769
Surname: Stension
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Prince George 1837
Date: 1840 16 March
Place: Dungog
Source: CDR
Details: Deceased



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