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Henry Maunder b. 1804

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Im trying to track my 4th great uncle Henry Maunder b. 1804 Cullumpton Devon.

Henrys parents are William Maunder & Maria Andrews, while his wife was Harriett Stocker.

Henry was transported to NSW in 1839 on the Barossa for sheep stealing. He served 7 years of a 14 year sentence.

After his release he simply vanishes.

Ive searched bdm nsw & got death certs however they arent my man.

Ancestry says he died in either 1882 in paramatta (no official record) or 1890 in Stroud (not him)
 
Hi

The Henry Maunder on the Barossa [1839] had been charged with Burglary and received 14y, this may have been commuted at some point. He was aged 36y [b. c1803]. Married with 4 children. Occupation = weaver. Just to confirm this is your man.

Geoff
 
Devon and Cornwall .
The Western Flying Post; or, Sherborne and Yeovil Mercury (Sherborne, England), Monday, April 22, 1839
 
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ToL:
Henry Maunder
Immigration Year: 1839
Ticket Date: 30 Jan 1845
Ticket Place: New South Wales, Australia
Vessel: Banosa
[Image says 'Allowed to remain in the District of Liverpool'.

Geoff
 
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There is this in 1862, not sure if helpful..

Gov' Gazette:
First name(s) Hy Hain
Last name Maunder
Date 15 Sep 1862
Entry Postal
Place Lachlan
State NSW

Geoff
 
Also for 1862 there is this...

Gov' Gazette:
First name(s) H
Last name Maunder
Date 15 Oct 1862
Entry Postal
Place Forbes
State NSW

Geoff
 
Thats our man

Served 7 years of his 14 years


Hi

The Henry Maunder on the Barossa [1839] had been charged with Burglary and received 14y, this may have been commuted at some point. He was aged 36y [b. c1803]. Married with 4 children. Occupation = weaver. Just to confirm this is your man.

Geoff
 
ToL:
Henry Maunder
Immigration Year: 1839
Ticket Date: 30 Jan 1845
Ticket Place: New South Wales, Australia
Vessel: Banosa
[Image says 'Allowed to remain in the District of Liverpool'.

So,would you say it was referring to Liverpool Plains or Liverpool?

Geoff
 
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