John Farrell, 1788

Name
John /Farrell/
Given names
John
Surname
Farrell
Birth
about 1788
Immigration
Citation details: Source: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 87, Class and Piece Number HO11/2, Page Number 83 (43)
Text:

John Farrell, one of 200 convicts transported on the ship Fortune, November 1812.
Sentence details: Convicted at Kent Assizes for a term of 14 years on 16 March 1812.
Vessel: Fortune.
Date of Departure: November 1812.
Place of Arrival: New South Wales.

Text:

The ship Fortune (2) arrived in NSW 11 Jun 1813

Citation details: Kentish Gazette Fri 20 Mar 1812 p. 2
Text:

Wednesday, March 18, - second day.
CROWN SIDE
John farrell stood indicted for forging, and uttering, knowing to be forged, a 5 pound Bank of England note, with intent to defraud the Governor and Company of the said Bank.
Mr. Common Sergeant on behalf of the prosecutrix stated, that in consequence of the prisoner's having acknowledged himself guilty of having in his possession a considerable quantity of forged and counterfeit Bank of England Notes which offence subjecting him to transportation for 14 years, his clients instructed him to say, they they forebore prosecuting this prisoner on the capital indictment, believing that the ends of public justice would be perfectly accomplished in the removal of the prisoner our of the country.
The Jury therefore - under the direction of the learned Judge, found the prisoner Not Guilty; but the court immediately pronounced sentence of transportation upon him for 14 years, upon his own confession, for having in his possession a quantity of forged Bank notes, knowing them to be forged.

Text:

John Farrell, Kent Assizes 16 Mar 1813, 14 year sentence, native of Co. Kerry, hatter, age 25, 5 feet 9 inches tall, dark ruddy complexion, black hair and brown eyes

Marriage
Text:

Name: Johnnes Farrel
Spouse Name: Martha Hughes
Marriage Date: 6 Mar 1821
Marriage Place: Tasmania
Registration Place: Hobart, Tasmania
Registration Year: 1834
Registration Number: 2543

Text:

Colonial Secretary's Office
5 March 1821
Revd. Sir
Accompanying this I have the honor to transmit you His Excellency the Governor's approbation of your uniting in Marriage the Parties* specified in your letter of this date according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Catholic Church.
I have the honor to be
Revd. Sir
Your...
Revd. Philip Conolly
Roman Catholic Chaplain
Sydney
& viz. John Farrell (Fortune 2) Martha Hughes (Wanstead)

Census
Text:

Hughes, Martha, convict, Wanstead, life, wife of J. Farrell, Sydney
Farrell, John, ticket of leave, Fortune, 14 years, labourer, Sydney

Census
Citation details: 1825 muster
Text:

Hughes, Martha, convict, Wanstead, 1814, life, wife of John Farrell, Sydney
Hughes, Martha, convict, Wanstead, 1815, life, wife of William Day, Sydney
Hughes, Hannah, born in the colony, family of Martha Hughes
Hughes, Daniel, born in the colony, family of Martha Hughes
Hughes, Mary Anne, born in the colony, family of Martha Hughes
Farrell, John, ticket of leave, Fortune, 1814, 14 years, landholder, Sydney

Census
Text:

Farrell, John (Jun), 47, free by servitude, Fortune, 1813, 14 years, Catholic, hatter, Macquarie Street Sydney
Farrell, Hannah, 10, born in the colony
Farrell, Daniel, 8, born in the colony
Farrell, Mary A., 5, born in the colony
Farrell, John (Jun), 3, born in the colony
Hughes, Martha, 50, government servant, Wanstead, 1814, life, Catholic, housekeeper to John Farrell, Macquarie Street, Sydney

Death
yes
Family with Martha Hughes
himself
1788
Birth: about 1788
Death:
wife
17781849
Birth: about 1778
Death: May 17, 1849Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage MarriageMarch 6, 1821
-2 years
daughter
18181885
Birth: about 1818 30 40 New South Wales, Australia
Death: May 7, 1885Newtown, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
son
1820
Birth: about 1820 32 42 New South Wales, Australia
Death:
3 years
daughter
18221907
Birth: about 1822 34 44 New South Wales, Australia
Death: May 31, 1907New South Wales, Australia
2 years
son
18231888
Birth: 1823 35 45 Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1888Manly, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Birth
Text:

age given as 25 in 1813

Immigration
Citation details: Source: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 87, Class and Piece Number HO11/2, Page Number 83 (43)
Text:

John Farrell, one of 200 convicts transported on the ship Fortune, November 1812.
Sentence details: Convicted at Kent Assizes for a term of 14 years on 16 March 1812.
Vessel: Fortune.
Date of Departure: November 1812.
Place of Arrival: New South Wales.

Text:

The ship Fortune (2) arrived in NSW 11 Jun 1813

Citation details: Kentish Gazette Fri 20 Mar 1812 p. 2
Text:

Wednesday, March 18, - second day.
CROWN SIDE
John farrell stood indicted for forging, and uttering, knowing to be forged, a 5 pound Bank of England note, with intent to defraud the Governor and Company of the said Bank.
Mr. Common Sergeant on behalf of the prosecutrix stated, that in consequence of the prisoner's having acknowledged himself guilty of having in his possession a considerable quantity of forged and counterfeit Bank of England Notes which offence subjecting him to transportation for 14 years, his clients instructed him to say, they they forebore prosecuting this prisoner on the capital indictment, believing that the ends of public justice would be perfectly accomplished in the removal of the prisoner our of the country.
The Jury therefore - under the direction of the learned Judge, found the prisoner Not Guilty; but the court immediately pronounced sentence of transportation upon him for 14 years, upon his own confession, for having in his possession a quantity of forged Bank notes, knowing them to be forged.

Text:

John Farrell, Kent Assizes 16 Mar 1813, 14 year sentence, native of Co. Kerry, hatter, age 25, 5 feet 9 inches tall, dark ruddy complexion, black hair and brown eyes

Marriage
Text:

Name: Johnnes Farrel
Spouse Name: Martha Hughes
Marriage Date: 6 Mar 1821
Marriage Place: Tasmania
Registration Place: Hobart, Tasmania
Registration Year: 1834
Registration Number: 2543

Text:

Colonial Secretary's Office
5 March 1821
Revd. Sir
Accompanying this I have the honor to transmit you His Excellency the Governor's approbation of your uniting in Marriage the Parties* specified in your letter of this date according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Catholic Church.
I have the honor to be
Revd. Sir
Your...
Revd. Philip Conolly
Roman Catholic Chaplain
Sydney
& viz. John Farrell (Fortune 2) Martha Hughes (Wanstead)

Census
Text:

Hughes, Martha, convict, Wanstead, life, wife of J. Farrell, Sydney
Farrell, John, ticket of leave, Fortune, 14 years, labourer, Sydney

Census
Citation details: 1825 muster
Text:

Hughes, Martha, convict, Wanstead, 1814, life, wife of John Farrell, Sydney
Hughes, Martha, convict, Wanstead, 1815, life, wife of William Day, Sydney
Hughes, Hannah, born in the colony, family of Martha Hughes
Hughes, Daniel, born in the colony, family of Martha Hughes
Hughes, Mary Anne, born in the colony, family of Martha Hughes
Farrell, John, ticket of leave, Fortune, 1814, 14 years, landholder, Sydney

Census
Text:

Farrell, John (Jun), 47, free by servitude, Fortune, 1813, 14 years, Catholic, hatter, Macquarie Street Sydney
Farrell, Hannah, 10, born in the colony
Farrell, Daniel, 8, born in the colony
Farrell, Mary A., 5, born in the colony
Farrell, John (Jun), 3, born in the colony
Hughes, Martha, 50, government servant, Wanstead, 1814, life, Catholic, housekeeper to John Farrell, Macquarie Street, Sydney