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William Ives c1799. Great Missenden, Bucks.

p.risboy

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Hi folks.

William Ives maybe recorded as from Aylesbury, Great Missenden or The Lee, Nr. Wendover, Bucks.


Aylesbury assizes.

William Ives.
Trial - Easter 1833.
Sentenced to Transportation for life.

Prison Hulks.

William Ives
Age: 31
abt 1802
Received - 2nd of May 1833
Ship - ustitia
Moored at Woolwich
Convicted - 9th April 1833
Convicted at Aylesbury.

Arrival.

William Ives
Age: 32
Convictioned - 9 Apr 1833
Place of Conviction - Buckingham
Born abt 1801
Vessel - Fairlie
Arrival - 15 Feb 1834
Pardoned - Yes.

Pardon.

William Ives
Pardon - 1847
Vessel - Fairlie
Conditional
Pardon No. 344

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Any records to be found in Australia, and that would be an assumption on my part.:rolleyes:

He may not be the man I'm hunting down. But if he pans out his father was James Ives & Mary Ives(nee.Wooster).



Steve.:)
 

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