Underwood, James
Entry 977 Sex: M Alias:
Born: Abt 1742 at :
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Conviction Details

Status on Arrival: Convict Ship: Charlotte - 1788
Crime: Kill 5 sheep with intent to steal fat & kidneys Sentence: Death commuted to 14 years
Tried at: New Sarum, Wiltshire Trial Date: 11 March 1786

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4 July 1788 - Marked as 'Run from the Colony' and does not appear in later records. This was when the 'Alexander', 'Prince of Wales' and the 'Borrowdale' were preparing to leave the colony. It is possible that UNDERWOOD stowed way on one of these ships.

This James UNDERWOOD should not be confused with the Third Fleeter of the same name who became very successful in the colony.

Created by ozgenie1105 points . Last Modification: Friday 22 of February, 2008 23:00:45 AEDT by ozgenie1105 points .

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