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McLaughlin, Charles
Entry 707 Sex: M Alias: McLAULIN, Charles; McCLELLAN, Charles
Born: Abt 1771 at : Devon
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Died: at:
Buried: at:

Conviction Details

Status on Arrival: Convict Ship: Alexander - 1788
Crime: Pettit Larceny - steal a purse containing 14/6 in coin Sentence: 7 years
Tried at: Durham Trial Date: 21 July 1785

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Visage Build Native Place Devon
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NOTES:
Other Names - McLAULIN/McCLELLAN
His crime was stealing a purse containing fourteen shillings and sixpence at Sutherland on Sea. One assumes that his sentence "Guilty of Pettit (sic) Larceny - value 10d was to avoid the death sentence being imposed on one so young.
14 February 1788 - Sent to Norfolk Island (as McCLELLAN) as a member of the initial Settling Group
January 1793 - Marked as having left the colony



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