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Hello Teresa,Joy, Lesley and List,
>I have been wondering about this too, maybe the better weather has
encouraged everyone to tend their gardens.<
"Yes, the gardens keep a'growin
and the lawns they need a'mowin!
But good old P.J. List
keeps the Listers coming round!"
Great to see the List back "On-air"... I started to wonder too!
Thanks Lesley for your great input! Despite "Bigpong", you always come home the winner! A good List never dies... :)
I am still sifting through "lost" email Teresa, so please excuse my late response and being a bit "over the top!"
The PJ List has never been 'off air'. The main problem being that Bigpond
was down....and I am only now receiving some emails posted to the List on
CLAIM A CONVICT
From: Joy Clingan [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, 4 September 2001 20:43
Subject: [PJ] One generation off topic
Are we back on the air?
Can anyone tell me how to find information on a criminal offence for the son
of a convict. Gaoled 1880s for 3 years. Are the records held at State
Here's one for Lesley to add to Claim a Convict as he is not on the list, and you can also put me down as claiming him thanks Lesley.
Name: JOHN SALISBURY
Ship & arrival:Norfolk (4) 30th December 1832 from Madras India
Charged with desertion from army and got 7 years.
Born: Approx 1815
Married: 1st Mary Graham 31.8.1841 (Irish)
2nd Mary Ann Maisey yes he married his daughter-in-laws mother.
Abode: Sydney area
Children: James b 1842 married Clara Maisey
Jane b. 1845
John & Ann b. 1849
William & Thomas b. 1852
Robert b. 1854
Mary b. 1866
Comments: It appears that John Salisbury may have been married before he came to Oz but I have been unable to find anything here at this time.
I would love to hear from anyone researching this person as I have not found much on his decendants either and would love to make contact with them.
Here's my M convict list
Name Samuel Macey/Maisey
Ship Baring 2
Arrival Sydney 26.7.1819
Married Mary Ann Cork
Abode While completing his sentance he was at Rooty Hill
Establishment and lived at Melville. After he recieved his TOL he
lived in the Sydney/ Parramatta areas.
Benjamin George born 1836 married Annie Moore
Elizabeth born 1844 married Anthony Mongan
Samuel born 1846 married Amelia Budd
Mary Ann born 1844 married John Hogan
Emma born 1848 married John Benjamine Brown
Louisa born 1851 married William James
Clara born 1853 married James Salisbury
Alice born 1855 married Sydney Cunningham
Henry born 1858
Christina born 1862 married Henry Robey
Would love to hear from any connected to this couple
As this list is so helpful I was wondering if someone can help me. My Grandfather while not a convict did breack the law - he was charged with vagrancy in Sydney, 1905 at age 11. He was sent to somebody called Snedden at New Lambton which I gather is near Maitland. Can some kind soul please tell me who this Snedden person was, why young boys were sent to him by the courts and what was at his property at New lambton. Any assistance would be most welcome.
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