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Daniels, Daniel - Convict
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Conviction Details
Status on arrival Convict Ship Scarborough 1788
Crime Steal a copper cover, pewter dishes & other items Tried at London Old Bailey
Trial Date 26 May 1784 Sentence 7 years

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DANIEL DANIELS, theft: simple grand larceny, 26 May 1784.
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t17840526-39

Trial Summary:
Crime(s): theft : simple grand larceny,
Punishment Type: transportation,
(Punishment details may be provided at the end of the trial.)
Verdict: Guilty,

Original Text:

556. DANIEL DANIELS was indicted for feloniously stealing on the 21st day of May, one copper pot with a copper cover, value 4 s. one pewter dish, value 6 d. one pewter porringer, value 3 d. and one pair of shoes, value 6 d. the property of Joseph Solomons.

JOSEPH SOLOMONS sworn.

Last Saturday was a week, when I got up in the morning, I found I was robbed, we have closets in the yard, I made an alarm, and by applying to the watchman I got some of my property.

JOHN WILLIAMSON sworn.

I am a watchman at Aldgate, I saw the prisoner the 22d in the morning, about half past three, with a copper in his right hand, he pushed down an alley about four yards, and dropped the pot and this dish, I pursued him, and lost sight of him in Cox's-square; six days after he was taken, I am sure it is the same man, I knew him before, I can swear to the things.

Thomas Tyler and John Hopkins confirmed the former account.

(The things deposed to.)

GUILTY.

Transported for seven years.

Tried by the London Jury before Mr. RECORDER.
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4 March 1790 - Sent to Norfolk Island from Port Jackson
May 1791 - Sentenced to 32 lashes for attempted theft of some flour
21 April 1792 - Listed as being off stores and working for other settlers
May 1794 - Daniel was hired for 12 months by Owen CAVENAUGH
October 1796 - Still on Norfolk Island

No further record has been traced


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