William HEPWORTH and Honora RYAN
William HEPWORTH was born in Leicestershire, England in 1816.
At the age of 20 he was tried for 2 indictment of larceny at Gloucester Quater Sessions, and on the 26th of June 1837 he was transported to Australia on the ship Moffat 2 and departed Sheerness on the 7th of November 1837. William arrived in Van Dieman's Land (Tasmania) on the 1st of April 1838. William's trade was noted as Coach painter and Wheelright, police number 2374H.
On the 25th of October 1852 in Hobart Tasmania, William married Honora RYAN.
Honora was tried at county Claire on the 7th of July 1849 for cow stealing and sentended to 10 years transportation.
Honora came on the convict ship Earl Grey 2 and departed Kingston Dublin on the 17th of December 1849 and arrived in Van Diemon's land on the 9th of May 1850. Honora was a Widow, Religion Catholic and her trade a Country Servant.