Michael Ury, 17831822 (aged 39 years)

Name
Michael /Ury/
Given names
Michael
Surname
Ury
Name
Michael /Eury/
Given names
Michael
Surname
Eury
Birth
Text:

age given as 30 in 1813 [see immigration below] and stated native of Stirling

Immigration
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Michael Ury, one of 200 convicts transported on the ship Fortune, November 1812.
Details: Sentence details: Convicted at Sussex Assizes for a term of life.
Vessel: Fortune.
Date of Departure: November 1812.
Place of Arrival: New South Wales.

Text:

The ship 'Fortune' arrived 11 Jun 1813

Citation details: Sussex Advertiser - Monday 07 October 1811 p. 3
Text:

"Last Thursday evening, Mr Cook, grocer, of the Cliffe, discovered that the till in his shop had been robbed of Bank notes, amounting to 15l. and some papers, which he could swear to, and which he soon afterwards traced to the possession of Michael Ury, a private of the 42d Regiment, who was in consequence taken into custody, and the next day examined before a Magistrate, who committed him to our House of Correction for further examination.

Citation details: Sussex Advertiser - Monday 30 March 1812 p. 3
Text:

"In the Crown Court twenty prisoners were tried, thirteen of whom were capitally convicted and received sentence of death, viz, -...
Michael Ury, aged 30, for feloniously stealing, in the dwelling-house of Thomas Cooke, of the Cliffe, Lewes, bank notes to the value of 13l., his property...
The Chief Baron humanely reprieved all the capital convicts before he left the town.

Text:

Muchael Ury, native of Stirling, a nailor, age 30, 5 feet 7 inches, sallow complexion, brown hair and grey eyes

Religious marriage
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Married at St Philips

Citation details: Copies of Letters Sent Within The Colony, 1814-1827
Text:

List of persons praying His Excellency's permission to have their names published in Church in order to their being married.
Sydney 2 Feb 1818
....
Michael Eury - convict per Ship Fortune 1st and
Mary Handby/Handley - convict per ship Archduke Charles

Text:

Name: Michael Eury
Spouse Name: Mary Handley
Marriage Date: 1818
Marriage Place: New South Wales
Registration Place: Sydney, New South Wales
Registration Year: 1818
Volume Number: V A

Death
Citation details: Memorials To The Governor, 1810-1826
Text:

"Humble memorial of Mary Ury, widow, sheweth
that Michael Ury the husband of memorialist departed this life on the sixth day of May last and left with her three children to provide for which endeavours to do by her labour in washing.
That your memorialist is much distressed by a heavy weekly rent. She a free woman and therefore humbly solicits your Excellency in your great humanity to grant her an allotment of ground in the Town of Sydney whereon she will bu8ild a residence for herself and her small orphan children... 11 Aug 1822".

Family with Mary Handley
himself
17831822
Birth: about 1783Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: May 6, 1822New South Wales, Australia
wife
17901863
Birth: about 1790
Death: 1863Richmond, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
Religious marriage Religious marriageOctober 23, 1818Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
5 years
daughter
18231872
Birth: 1823 40 33 New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1872Richmond, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
-6 years
son
18171888
Birth: April 22, 1817 34 27 New South Wales, Australia
Death: May 21, 1888Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Birth
Text:

age given as 30 in 1813 [see immigration below] and stated native of Stirling

Immigration
Text:

Michael Ury, one of 200 convicts transported on the ship Fortune, November 1812.
Details: Sentence details: Convicted at Sussex Assizes for a term of life.
Vessel: Fortune.
Date of Departure: November 1812.
Place of Arrival: New South Wales.

Text:

The ship 'Fortune' arrived 11 Jun 1813

Citation details: Sussex Advertiser - Monday 07 October 1811 p. 3
Text:

"Last Thursday evening, Mr Cook, grocer, of the Cliffe, discovered that the till in his shop had been robbed of Bank notes, amounting to 15l. and some papers, which he could swear to, and which he soon afterwards traced to the possession of Michael Ury, a private of the 42d Regiment, who was in consequence taken into custody, and the next day examined before a Magistrate, who committed him to our House of Correction for further examination.

Citation details: Sussex Advertiser - Monday 30 March 1812 p. 3
Text:

"In the Crown Court twenty prisoners were tried, thirteen of whom were capitally convicted and received sentence of death, viz, -...
Michael Ury, aged 30, for feloniously stealing, in the dwelling-house of Thomas Cooke, of the Cliffe, Lewes, bank notes to the value of 13l., his property...
The Chief Baron humanely reprieved all the capital convicts before he left the town.

Text:

Muchael Ury, native of Stirling, a nailor, age 30, 5 feet 7 inches, sallow complexion, brown hair and grey eyes

Religious marriage
Text:

Married at St Philips

Citation details: Copies of Letters Sent Within The Colony, 1814-1827
Text:

List of persons praying His Excellency's permission to have their names published in Church in order to their being married.
Sydney 2 Feb 1818
....
Michael Eury - convict per Ship Fortune 1st and
Mary Handby/Handley - convict per ship Archduke Charles

Text:

Name: Michael Eury
Spouse Name: Mary Handley
Marriage Date: 1818
Marriage Place: New South Wales
Registration Place: Sydney, New South Wales
Registration Year: 1818
Volume Number: V A

Death
Citation details: Memorials To The Governor, 1810-1826
Text:

"Humble memorial of Mary Ury, widow, sheweth
that Michael Ury the husband of memorialist departed this life on the sixth day of May last and left with her three children to provide for which endeavours to do by her labour in washing.
That your memorialist is much distressed by a heavy weekly rent. She a free woman and therefore humbly solicits your Excellency in your great humanity to grant her an allotment of ground in the Town of Sydney whereon she will bu8ild a residence for herself and her small orphan children... 11 Aug 1822".