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Richard SKUTHORP/SCULTHORPE - convict

DaveHam9

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One more convict. :biggrin:

Title: Richard Sculthorpe, one of 300 convicts transported on the General Hewett, August 1813.
Details: Sentence details: Convicted at Suffolk Assizes for a term of life on 24 March 1813.
Vessel: General Hewett.
Date of Departure: August 1813.
Place of Arrival: New South Wales.
Source: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 87, Class and Piece Number HO11/2, Page Number 124


V18182265 3A/1818 SKULTHORP RICHARD - CONNOR HONOR CE
V1818140 156/1818 SHULTHORP RICHARD - CONNOR HONOR CE

SKULTHORPE Richard General Hewitt 1814 30/157 Ticket of Exemption from Govt Labor [4/4284, 4/4061; Fiche 1004, 1006] to reside with his family and wife Ellen Connor, per "Boyd" in 1809 (free)
SKULTHORPE Richard General Hewitt 1814 31/62 Ticket of Exemption from Govt Labor [4/4284, 4/4062; Fiche 1004, 1006] to reside with his family and wife Ellen Connor, per "Boyd" in 1809 (free)
SKULTHORPE Richard General Hewitt 1814 32/56 Ticket of Exemption from Govt Labor [4/4285, 4/4062; Fiche 1005, 1006] with his family and wife Ellen Connor, per "Boyd" in 1809 (free); torn up on his receiving a ticket of leave (no.33/550)
SKULTHORPE Richard General Hewitt 1814 33/550 Ticket of Leave [4/4089; Reel 919] District: North Richmond; Born: Camb; Trade: Miller; Tried: Suffolk ass

Bap V1833556 19/1833 SKUTHORP ELIZABETH - RICHARD - ELLEN

SCULTHORPE Richard - General Hewitt 1814 20 Nov 1837 Recommended Conditional Pardon [4/4478; Reel 797 Page 082] -

It says Ellen came free per 'Boyd' in 1809 but several trees have her as Eleanor/Ellen/Honor a convict from Ireland on a charge of manslaughter arriving 1814.
 
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Well she did turn up here free but didnt stay that way for long :2fun::2fun:
2 years in the lock up :rolleyes:

So is that my work done on this one? Case closed?
 

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I don't know what other convict records or NSW Muster records might be available.

The connection is daughter Elizabeth:

I, Wm. Lamrock do hereby declare that I am a Member or hold Communion with the Presbyterian Church [signed]
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I, Mathew Adam of The Windsor, Minister of The Scots Church, do hereby certify that William Lamrock, Bachelor of Curryjong and Elizabeth Skulthorp, Spinster, of Lemon Forest, Curryjong, were joined together in Wedlock by me on the Tenth April 1850 at Lemon Forest, in the presence of Richard Skulthorp Jr. of Curryjong, John Lamrock of Curryjong and Jane Ezzey of Curryjong.
Parties signed. [signed] Mathew Adam Presbyterian Minister


On 2nd Aug 1828, John Ezzey was appointed to be District Constable at North Richmond, [being appointed from the Windsor Branch to the District of North Richmond NSW] his predecessor being Richard Skuthorp, a convict who had arrived on the 'General Hewitt' and whose eldest son, Richard Skuthorp, the younger, was later to marry John's eldest daughter, Elizabeth...
 

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If Richard's parents were William = Frances, this looks promising..

Elizabeth Skulthorpe
Christening Date: 20 Feb 1788
Christening Place: ISLEHAM,CAMBRIDGE,ENGLAND
Father's Name: Wm Skulthorpe
Mother's Name: Frances
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: C13079-1
System Origin: England-ODM
GS Film number: 990391

Isleham is only about 10-15 miles from Bury St Edmunds, where Richard was tried.

Geoff

Edit: Still checking musters...
 
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Unusual not to see something in the musters :rolleyes:

Richard Sculthorpe
Event Date: 25 Aug 1818
Arrival Year: 1814
Vessel: General Hewitt
Event Description: Re permission to marry at Castlereagh
Comments: Per "General Hewitt", 1814
Series: (NRS 937) Copies of letters sent within the Colony, 1814-1825
Item: 4/3499
Page: 25
 

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Thanks Geoff.

Another name full of variations. That looks good for his parents.

Death does nor help re parents:

9854/1880 SKUTHORPE RICHARD AGE 89 YEARS DIED KURRAJONG RICHMOND

I looked for Richard's baptism but didn't find it.

I'll catch you later. I have yet more stuff to plant in the garden. :)
 

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Richd Skulthorpe
Vessel: Ge Hewitt
Province: New South Wales
Title: General muster
Year(s): 1822

Image not informative, just implies he was employed...
 

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Richard Sculthorpe
Piece: HO 10/26
Province: New South Wales
Title: Census R-S
Year(s): 1828
[Richard 35y, Gen H; Ellen 35y, Boyd; Richard 11y BC; Thomas 8y BC; (possibly) Fanny 2y BC]
 
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New South Wales, Australia Historical Electoral Rolls, 1842-1864
Senr Richard Skulthorpe
Year Range: 1844
District: Windsor
[He is with Richard and Thomas]
 

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