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What wasGeoge Halls' cime?

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George HALL came to Austaralia onboard the convict ship "Roslin Castle"1834 as a convict,to Port Phillip Bay N.S.W.I have his pardon,
ticket of leave,Pemission to mary.Who he married,children.

Looked at Microfilm "Roslin Castle"
Fiche "Roslin Castle"
Internet "Convict Recods"
Trove "Maitland paper 1849
I know he was given "life"But what for ?
I know who he maried +children,But from NSW 1834 to Vic 1845.Is a
Blank.He was convicted Herts Gaol Delivey.
Hope someone can help with more infomation, or where to go next.

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on 2011-06-10 22:12:06

lynda1 , from Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Mar 2011. is researching the following names: FLETCHER, HANSON, HANSEN and 22 other(s).

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by allycat on 2011-06-11 00:43:41

Hmm interesting. If you search Free Settler or Felon? website for Firstname: George Surname: Hall Ship: Roslin you'll see the following:-

# Surname First Name Ship Date Location Reference

112380 Hally (?Hawley) George Roslin Castle 1834 1837 Raymond Terrace GRC

Aged 20. Assigned to Henry Carmichael



Do you have his Death Certificate? Where was he born?

by janilye on 2011-06-11 03:44:09

Ken Griffin has indexed the Hertfordshire Assize Records 1784-1853 from all five courts and they appear in a book called 'Transported Beyond The Seas', for the Hertfordshire Family History Society. The details would be online. This is the only index available.

by lynda1 on 2011-06-11 20:47:15

Thank you allycat +janilye for your information.No, l don't have his
death cert.but he died Jan.1850.No again,Idon't know where he was born

Will order copy of book from Canberra library,Thank you again.

by Aussie1947 on 2011-06-11 23:53:42

Hi,

Maybe your George Hall,

From the UK, Prison Hulk Registers and Letter Books 1802-1849 there was a prisoner No 615 George Hall, 18, convicted 28th November 1833 at Hertford.

He was received from Hertford on January 21st 1834 and disposed to NSW 17th May 1834.

Crime, Highway robbery attended with violence.

Looks like that James Biggs 23 and George Copps 21, were crime partners with George Hall as they have the same details although James died 24th August 1834.

Regards
Gerry

by tonkin on 2011-06-12 00:36:12

Well done Gerry.

George was 19 years old when he arrived at Port Phillip Bay on the "Roslin Castle" on the 15 September 1834.

by Aussie1947 on 2011-06-12 01:53:45

Another register shows George Hall, George Copps and James Biggs tried at Hertford in the winter of 1833 for robberey and sentenced to death which was commuted to transportation for life.

Looks like he died at 35 in Melbourne on 24th Jan 1850.

Gerry

by lynda1 on 2011-06-12 06:33:50

Now l know what George did l'm happy.

Thank you .

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