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Lavell, Henry
Entry 669 Sex: M Alias: LOVELL, Henry
Born: Abt 1762 at : Middlesex, England
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Died: at:
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Conviction Details

Status on Arrival: Convict Ship: Friendship - 1788
Crime: Forge & Counterfeit Sentence: Death commuted to Life
Tried at: Old Bailey Trial Date: 4 Dec. 1782

Parent Details

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Physical Description

Literacy Religion Trade/Calling Ivory Turner
Visage Build Native Place
Complexion Hair Eyes Height
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No of Marriages/Partners No of Children

NOTES:
Other Names - LOVELL
Henry was an Ivory Turner by trade when he was convicted
March 1784 - Embarked on the "Mercury' transport, bound for America. After the convict mutiny on board the 'Mercury' he was among those recaptured at Torbay.
Henry was sentenced to hang for planning to rob the Public stores in Feb. 1788. This was changed to banishment and he was eventually confined in irons on Pinchgut Island in Sydney Harbour. He was released from this on the King's Birthday on 4 June.
8 Jan. 1790 - Sent to Norfolk Island
March 1793 - Returned to port Jackson on the 'Kitty', at the request of Governor Phillip
1801 - Henry was listed as having returned to England after receiving a full pardon


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