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Surname

Other Names

Age

Sex

Place of Trial

Trial Date

Place of Imprisonment

Crime Description

Sentence

Ship

Petitioner

Relationship

Document References

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IRWIN

CHRISTOPHER

0

M

Co Roscommon

18/10/1814

PPC 1290

1

IRWIN

CHRISTOPHER

0

M

Co Roscommon

22/10/1814

PPC 1291

2

JOHNSON

WALKER

0

M

Co Roscommon

00/00/1838

Cattle Stealing

Transportation 10 yrs commuted 1 yr imprisonment

CRF 1838 J 6

3

JOHNSTON

EYRE

21

M

Co. Roscommon

07/07/1838

Stealing a heifer

Transportation 10 yrs

TR 2, p 141

4

JOHNSTON

JOHN

0

M

10/03/1832

Death, respited

PPC 3639

5

JONES

CHARLES

21

M

Co. Roscommon

09/10/1846

Larceny of money

Transportation 7 yrs

TR 6, p 169/170 CRF 1846 J 5

6

JONES

CHARLES

0

M

Co Roscommon

12/10/1846

Co Roscommon

Larceny

Transportation 7

CRF 1846 T 11

7

JONSTON

ELINOR

19

F

Co. Roscommon

28/12/1838

Vagrant

Transportation 7 yrs or security in bail of 5

TR 2, p 98

8

JUDGE

THOMAS

18

M

Co. Roscommon

29/06/1852

Larceny

Transportation 7 yrs

TR 12, p 128

9

 

Reference Number

Comments

1

Two letters from the convict requesting that he be permitted to remain in Roscommon gaol to await his trial.

2

Letter from Major Wills, Strokestown, Co Roscommon, in connection with the convicts application, stating that his motive for wishing to have removed to Galway gaol,was that a man under the convicts influence would be free to help with enquires regarding the theft of the cattle and murder committed at the time.

3
4

5

Letter, Govenor of Roscommon Gaol, acknowledging receipt of an order respiting the convicts sentence (and several others) until further orders.

6
7

Prisoner was a private in the 41st Infantry Regiment, and was billeted in Strokestown, where the crime took place Arthur Porter also convicted.

8

Convicts name struck through from Register

9

Convict ordered to be discharged, 06/12/1856

 

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