Margaret Dallison, 17661816 (aged 50 years)

Name
Margaret /Dallison/
Given names
Margaret
Surname
Dallison
Name
Margaret /Hockley/
Type of name
married name
Name
Margaret /Donaldson/
Given names
Margaret
Surname
Donaldson
Name
Margaret /Dallerson/
Given names
Margaret
Surname
Dallerson
Name
Margaret /Dollison/
Given names
Margaret
Surname
Dollison
Name
Margaret /Dollason/
Given names
Margaret
Surname
Dollason
Birth
about 1766
Text:

age given as 28 in 1794 Old Bailey trial record [see below]

Immigration
Citation details: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 87, Class and Piece Number HO11/1, Page Number 205 (103)
Text:

Margaret Dallison, one of 131 convicts transported on the Indispensible [Indispensable], October 1795.
Sentence details: Convicted at Middlesex Gaol Delivery for a term of 7 years on 16 July 1794.
Vessel: Indispensible [Indispensable].
Date of Departure: October 1795.
Place of Arrival: New South Wales.

Citation details: p. 147
Text:

The ship Indispensible arrived in the colony 30 Apr 1796

Citation details: Old Bailey Proceedings Online (www.oldbaileyonline.org, version 8.0, 18 June 2018), July 1794, trial of MARGARET DALLERSON (t17940716-35).
Text:

MARGARET DALLERSON, Theft > theft from a specified place, 16th July 1794.
418. MARGARET DALLERSON was indicted for stealing, on the 24th of May, a linen sheet, value 2s. two linen bed curtains, value 2s. a cotton bed quilt, value 2s. the goods of John Griffiths, in a lodging room.
MARY GRIFFITHS sworn.
I am the wife of John Griffiths, my husband keeps a lodging house ; I know the prisoner at the bar, I let lodgings to her, one room. I live at No. 7, Little Peter-street, Westminster ; I let her the room for three shillings a week, she continued in it a fortnight and a few days; she went away and took the key of the door, and I believe it was a week or nine days after before I found the things were gone, then I missed two curtains, one sheet, and a bed quilt; she left it the 24th of May. - sworn.
I am pawnbroker, I have got the things, they were pawned at different times; a sheet the 15th of May; a quilt the 19th; two curtains pledged the 23d of May; all by the prisoner at the bar, I knew her before; I am clear to her person, I took in the sheet and quilt, but I did not take in the curtains.
Prosecutrix. They are my things.
Prisoner. I was very much distressed for money, and my landlady gave me leave to pledge them things for a day or two.
GUILTY. (Aged 28.)
Transported for seven years.
Tried by the second Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice HEATH.

Marriage
about 1800 (aged 34 years)
Census
Census
Census
Citation details: New South Wales Female 1816
Text:

Donaldson, margaret or Mary, April 1796, Indispensible, master Wilkinson, tried London Jul 1794, expired Jul 1801, widow - Sydney

Death
Text:

Name: Margaret Dollason
Death Date: 1816
Death Place: New South Wales
Registration Year: 1816
Registration Place: Sydney, New South Wales
Volume Number: V1816468 7

Citation details: No 468 Vol. 7
Text:

Margaret Dollason, 52 years, free
died 21 Mar 1816 and buried 23 Mar 1816
ceremony performed at St Philip's Church

Census
1818 (1 year after death)
Citation details: New South Wales Female 1818
Text:

Donaldson, Margt., Sep 1796, Indispensible, Wilkinson, tried London April 1794, widow, in the colony

Census
between 1820 and 1821 (4 years after death)
Citation details: New South Wales Female 1820 and 1821
Text:

Donaldson, Margaret, Sep 1796, Indispensible, master Wilkinson, convicted London Jul 1794, 7 years, left the colony

Family with Samuel Hockley
husband
17711859
Birth: about 1771
Death: February 7, 1859Concord, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
herself
17661816
Birth: about 1766
Death: March 21, 1816Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage Marriageabout 1800
5 years
daughter
18041896
Birth: October 6, 1804 33 38 Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1896Canterbury, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Samuel Hockley + Ann Williams
husband
17711859
Birth: about 1771
Death: February 7, 1859Concord, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
husband’s wife
17781835
Birth: about 1778
Death: 1835New South Wales, Australia
Marriage Marriageabout 1818
1 year
stepson
18181882
Birth: December 12, 1818 47 40 Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1882Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
14 months
stepson
18201820
Birth: February 10, 1820 49 42 Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1820New South Wales, Australia
Birth
Text:

age given as 28 in 1794 Old Bailey trial record [see below]

Immigration
Citation details: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 87, Class and Piece Number HO11/1, Page Number 205 (103)
Text:

Margaret Dallison, one of 131 convicts transported on the Indispensible [Indispensable], October 1795.
Sentence details: Convicted at Middlesex Gaol Delivery for a term of 7 years on 16 July 1794.
Vessel: Indispensible [Indispensable].
Date of Departure: October 1795.
Place of Arrival: New South Wales.

Citation details: p. 147
Text:

The ship Indispensible arrived in the colony 30 Apr 1796

Citation details: Old Bailey Proceedings Online (www.oldbaileyonline.org, version 8.0, 18 June 2018), July 1794, trial of MARGARET DALLERSON (t17940716-35).
Text:

MARGARET DALLERSON, Theft > theft from a specified place, 16th July 1794.
418. MARGARET DALLERSON was indicted for stealing, on the 24th of May, a linen sheet, value 2s. two linen bed curtains, value 2s. a cotton bed quilt, value 2s. the goods of John Griffiths, in a lodging room.
MARY GRIFFITHS sworn.
I am the wife of John Griffiths, my husband keeps a lodging house ; I know the prisoner at the bar, I let lodgings to her, one room. I live at No. 7, Little Peter-street, Westminster ; I let her the room for three shillings a week, she continued in it a fortnight and a few days; she went away and took the key of the door, and I believe it was a week or nine days after before I found the things were gone, then I missed two curtains, one sheet, and a bed quilt; she left it the 24th of May. - sworn.
I am pawnbroker, I have got the things, they were pawned at different times; a sheet the 15th of May; a quilt the 19th; two curtains pledged the 23d of May; all by the prisoner at the bar, I knew her before; I am clear to her person, I took in the sheet and quilt, but I did not take in the curtains.
Prosecutrix. They are my things.
Prisoner. I was very much distressed for money, and my landlady gave me leave to pledge them things for a day or two.
GUILTY. (Aged 28.)
Transported for seven years.
Tried by the second Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice HEATH.

Census
Text:

Magar Dollison, Indisp., free by servitude, living with Samuel Ockley

Census
Text:

Margart. Donaldson, Inspspensible Jul 1794, London, 7 years

Census
Citation details: New South Wales Female 1816
Text:

Donaldson, margaret or Mary, April 1796, Indispensible, master Wilkinson, tried London Jul 1794, expired Jul 1801, widow - Sydney

Death
Text:

Name: Margaret Dollason
Death Date: 1816
Death Place: New South Wales
Registration Year: 1816
Registration Place: Sydney, New South Wales
Volume Number: V1816468 7

Citation details: No 468 Vol. 7
Text:

Margaret Dollason, 52 years, free
died 21 Mar 1816 and buried 23 Mar 1816
ceremony performed at St Philip's Church

Census
Citation details: New South Wales Female 1818
Text:

Donaldson, Margt., Sep 1796, Indispensible, Wilkinson, tried London April 1794, widow, in the colony

Census
Citation details: New South Wales Female 1820 and 1821
Text:

Donaldson, Margaret, Sep 1796, Indispensible, master Wilkinson, convicted London Jul 1794, 7 years, left the colony