No JW in the 1822 Muster. But in the 1823,1824, 1825 Musters book there is a Joseph
Whitehouse who came on the Mary in 1823 under a 7 year sentence. No William Whitehouse in
On 23/10/2013, at 10:53 AM, Rhonda Brownlow wrote:
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 Whitehouse.
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)
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