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1835 Burial - Occupation

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Burials in the Parish of Saint John Parramatta in the County of Cumberland in the Year 1835
No. 117 John Hartshorn Abode: Parramatta When Died: - When Buried: 5th July Age: 38 years Ship's Name: - Quality or Profession: ... Fisherman ?? By whom the Ceremony was performed: Robt. Forrest Off'g Minister

The middle one of the three.

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Thanks Emeltee.

I think there is a word above that one. Looks to start with 'F' as in the Minister's name Forrest with the third letter 'r' then perhaps 2 letters.

Free ?

The one above and bellow is Convicts Childs Factory - Samuel Marsden

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Ok the word is Free.

Some of the burials start with the word 'Free' followed by Weaver or Fisherman or the word Hospital.

Others start with the word 'Convicts' followed by Childs Factory or Spinsters Factory or the word Hospital.

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JohnHartshornBirth year -Arrival year -Ship name GrenadaSentence LifeResidence SydneyState New South WalesCountry AustraliaRecord set New South Wales And Tasmania: Settlers And Convicts 1787-1859Category Travel & migrationSubcategory TransportationCollections from Australasia
 

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John HartshornAge 33Birth year 1786Arrival year 1819Ship name GrenadaWhen convicted 1819Sentence LifeResidence ParramattaState New South WalesCountry AustraliaRecord set New South Wales And Tasmania: Settlers And Convicts 1787-1859
 

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John Hartshorn*** MaleAge 24Year 1819Event date 13 Jan 1819Role DefendantOffence description Stealing, on the 18th of December , three shirts, value 9 s.; three pair of drawers, value 5 s.; eight pair of stockings, value 8 s., and one handkerchief, value 6 d., the goods of Frederick Waugh , from the person of Sarah HedleyOffence category TheftOffence subcategory PocketpickingLocation of crime High Street, St. Giles'SVerdict category GuiltyPunishment category TransportImage URL
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Trial ID t18190113-104Source ID t18190113-104-defend939Place LondonCounty Middlesex
 

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Thanks Ellie.

I now have over 60 convicts in my tree. One day I will go to NSW Archives and look at films that are not available in State Library in Sydney to see the originals of all the transcriptions.

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