If you need me to scan and send the page which includes Esther Blades from
the Broxbournebury, please let me know. If you don't have it, I'm sure you
would find it interesting.
On 23 October 2013 11:23, Jennifer Bell <jaznjjj(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Rhonda, I cannot assist directly but it is interesting that you
the Broxbournebury. My ancestors were Thomas Blades(convict) and his wife
Sarah. Thomas arrived on the Surrey and Sarah on the Broxbournebury as a
convict wife with children Caroline and Sarah. I thought that the other
Blades/Blaydes on board was Esther? No relationship that I have been able
to establish. I am at work at the moment but I can look up some of that
info at home later tonight. I have the book which describes the voyage of
the Broxbournebury (and the Emu). Regards, Jennifer
On 23 October 2013 10:53, Rhonda Brownlow <brownlowr(a)dodo.com.au> wrote:
> Hello Listers
> I am hoping someone be able to help me please, I have looked at the bound
> indent for the ship and there is no physical description for Joseph
> I checked the musters and 1828 Census, as well for him with no success.
> Also checked Lesley's site Claim a Convict.
> He wascharged at Warwick Assises in the compnay of Joseph Cooke, Joseph
> Watts, Thomas Roscoe, Henry Reubottom, John Goodman, William Picken,
> william Bagley and William Whitehouse (possibly his brother).I am hoping
> that somone might have researched these other convicts that may be able to
> help me out please. As I havehit a brick wall as what he was like and what
> became of him after he arrived in 1821.
> I know he formed a relatinship with Esther Harris and had 3 daughters.
> Esther was the daughter of 2 convicts Joseph Harris (1811 'Admiral
> Gambier') and Elizabeth Blaydes (Broxbornebury 1814)
> Cheers Rhonda
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