Thomas Parker married Mary Carr in maitland n.s.w Australia. They were both convicts
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He was arrested for shoplifitng and tried and sentenced to 7 years on the 29 May 1828. He arrived on the Lord Melville in 1829. He was a shoemaker assigned to T V BLOOMFIELD at Maitland.
On the 13 January 1835 at the age of 29 he applied to marry 21 yr old, Mary Carr she had arrived on the Asia in 1830
Mary Carr is described on arrival as Nurse girl age 16 from Co. Kerry. Tried in Dublin 21st April 1829 for stealing clothes and sentenced to 7 years transportation. Two prior convictions. 4ft 10, ruddy fair freckled complexion, light brown hair, brown eyes. small scar on lower part of right cheek.
on 20 March 1835, she was admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland under sentence of 10 days in the cells and return to government service. Re-assigned to Rev. Wilton 9 April.
Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Newcastle district on 15 June under sentence of 21 days in the cells. Re-assigned to Rev. Threlkeld at Lake Macquarie 13 July. Samuel Langham agent (escort to Rev. Threlkeld's)
Thomas Parker and Mary Carr were married on the 26 January 1836
She got her certificate of Freedom 23 May 1836
Thomas Parker got his on the 10 June 1835
That's about all I know about this couple
Thank you I had no idea what happened to them after they arrived in Australia only that they married in Maitland. Would like to know where they went from there
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