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William Gill/Hewitt b. Oxfordshire England abt 1753

Journal by kerry4305

William Gill, alias Hewitt b. abt 1753/4 Oxfordshire England was trialed and convicted at The Old Bailey for violent theft>highway robery 11th April 1804. The original punishment death, was reduced to transportation for a life term to Australia. William Arrived in the year 1809 aboard the ship "Duke Of Portland". I have a lot of information on William's life in Australia that I would like to share and hope to find more about his Parents etc. back in England.

Surnames: GILL HEWITT
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on 2008-10-17 01:46:08

kerry4305 , from Sydney NSW,Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jan 2008. is researching the following names: WRIGHT, SKIDMORE, MCLOUGHLIN and 52 other(s).

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by cheryldela on 2010-01-21 04:42:55

I also have not had any luck finding William's parents but would like to know more about William and alice/elizabeth williams who never married but had a baby girl named Lydia. Any info would be great.

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