Source Records for Joseph Bagnall & Elizabeth Guest
Convict records from Archives of Tasmania
Transported for stealing copper coin. "Gaol Report" imprisoned twice before. "Hulk Report" Good? Married 2 children. Stated this offence house breaking - once for stealing money, served 6 months. Again 2 months for vagrancy. Married, 2 children wife Eliz'th, children on the Parish of Mazbro' Yorkshire.
Nov.11.1830 Being drunk and furiously riding a young horse yesterday. Tread Wheel 7 days. Feb'y.8.1831 Drunkeness yesterday, 7 days T. Wheel. March 9. 1831 being drunk last night, Tread Wheel 21 days. Aug't 23. 1831 being drunk on the Sunday previous & insulting & abusing Constable Gill, 25 lashes & ret'd to his masters service. Jan'y 7 1834 Drunk and with suspicion of being an absentee, Admon'd. April 13. 1835. Being out after hours, T Wheel 7 days. T L susp'd during that period.
Jos'h Bagnall No.1345
Trade: Iron & Brass Caster
Height: 5' 1/4"
Mouth: M W.
Chin: M L.
Remarks: Long scar back
rt hand, rt hand crippled.
Bagnall Joseph, 5' 1/4", brown hair, grey eyes, age 32, Iron & Brass Caster & Groom, tried York, 27 April 1829, sentence 7 years, ship Manlius, arrived August 1830
Large scar back rt hand, rt hand crippled
1345, Bagnall Joseph, Brass Caster & Groom
Appropriated to D O'Conner
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1345, Bagnall Joseph, Brass caster & Groom
7 (years), Masbrough Yorks. Mr D O'Conner
1345, Bagnall Joseph, Marilius, 12 August 1830, York 27 April 1829, 7 (years)
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Iron & Brass Caster and Groom. Jockey, understands? racing.
Married, 2 children, can read & write, Housebreaking, "Orderly" (Conduct?) Once for stealing money, 6 months. ???? ????? 2 months.
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