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1819 November 28 Harriet - Thomas & Elizabeth Campbell - When Born: February 23 ParramattaB

NSW Burial V182793 11/1827 CAMPBELL ELIZABETH AGE 38

Burials in the Parish of St. Philip Sydney in the County of Cumberland in the Year 1827
No. 139 Elizabeth Campbell Abode: Sydney When Died: - When Buried: 10 April 1827 Age: 38 years Ship's Name: - Quality or Profession: - By whom the Ceremony was performed: William Cowper

Looking for death/burial of Thomas Campbell, thanks.
Thomas Campbell jr b 1793 Kirby Stephen Cumbria UK died 27 Dec 1867 Elderslie Camden buried Cobbitty Anglican Church Cemetery with 2 wives
Elizabeth Higgins (1797-1827) m 1813
Mary Partridge (1816-1897) m 1830

Thomas was convicted 21 May 1806 London arrived Jan 1807 on ship “Duke of Portland” - cert of freedom 5 April 1807 (age 21)
Thanks Val.

Not sure this is correct so needs checking. Born Cumbria or Surrey??

Campbell Thomas 1793? 27 Dec 1867 son/Thomas & Mary (Park); b. Kingston, Surrey, England; h/Elizabeth (Higgins) & Mary (Partridge) Cobbitty Anglican Church NSW

NSW Death 3546/1868 CAMPBELL THOMAS - THOMAS - MARY - CAMDEN * 26 Dec 1867 not 27

No Mary Campbell buried with Thomas on ACI.
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Thomas Campbell baptised 13 July 1794 Kirby Stephen, Westmorland parents Thomas Campbell and Mary nee Park

Thomas Campbell/Mary Park 25 August 1785 Kirby Stephen, Westmorland
Thanks emeltee.

I can't find anything on the NSW Archives site re a convict Thomas Campbell so can't confirm anything yet.
Thanks emeltee.

I can find nothing on the NSW Archives site re the convict - no arrival, no ToL, no Application to Marry and no CP.

Thomas Campbell, one of 189 convicts transported on the Duke of Portland, January 1807.
Sentence details: Convicted at London Gaol Delivery for a term of 7 years on 21 May 1806.
Vessel: Duke of Portland.
Date of Departure: January 1807.
Place of Arrival: New South Wales.
Source: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 87, Class and Piece Number HO11/1, Page Number 391 (195)
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Just curiou sbut.. he was born in Westmorland yet 12 years later was guilty of theft in London. Is it one and the same person?
I'm not sure at all emeltee. I have found nothing yet to prove the Thomas father of Harriet in post #1 is the same person.
NSW Marriage V1830265 14/1830 CAMPBELL THOMAS - PARTRIDGE MARY - CR= CofE Cobbitty, Narellan

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Marriages solemnized in the Parish of Narrellan in the County of Cumberland in the Year 1830
No. 26
Thomas Campbell of the Parish of Narrellan
Mary Partridge of the Parish of Cook
married in this Church by Banns with consent of Parents
this Tenth day of May 1830 By me Thomas Hassall Chaplain
Parties by their marks
Witnesses: George Moore of Denbigh, Elizabeth Moore of Denbigh
I've found nothing yet to show that Thomas the convict per 'Duke of Portland' ended up in the Camden area of NSW.