Elizabeth Tribles, 17841854 (aged 70 years)

Name
Elizabeth /Tribles/
Given names
Elizabeth
Surname
Tribles
Married name
Elizabeth /Eyles/
Name
Elizabeth /Treble/
Given names
Elizabeth
Surname
Treble
Note: Treble, Trebble, Trebles, Tribles
Name
Elizabeth /Smith/
Given names
Elizabeth
Surname
Smith
Birth about 1784
Immigration October 10, 1811 (aged 27 years)
Text:

11 Apr 1810: ELIZABETH SMITH was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 24th of March , a gown, value 5 s. the property of Christopher Smith . SECOND COUNT, laying them to be the property of Mary Skell . MARY SKELL . Q. Who is Christopher Smith - A. The child's father. Q. Where do you live - A. In St. Martin's-court. I am a servant to Mrs. Cluet, a laundress. When I found the prisoner she had the gown on her back, which she had taken from this child. ANN ELIZABETH SMITH . Q. How old are you - A. I am going of eight years old; my father is a breeches-maker , he lives in Porter-street; my mother sent me into St. Martin's-court with some things to be mangled, and the woman met me in Castle-street; she took me into Portabella passage , and told me to go over to the men that were painting, and ask them for two shillings worth of penny pieces; they told me to go and tell the woman, to come herself; and when I went back, the woman was gone with the clothes and all; it was my cousin's clothes; I was going with it to the mangler's; there was a gown, shift, and apron in the bundle. When she sent me to the painters, she told me, she would hold my bundle. Q. Look at the woman, is that the woman - A. Yes, that is the woman. THOMAS DORE . On the 24th of March, about ten o'clock in the morning, I saw the prisoner at the end of Portabella-passage, there were two children together; she stooped down and pointed her hand over the way, and took the bundle from the child, and sent the child over the way; she rolled the gown up and walked down the passage; in about five minutes the children came back; the big child cried very much, and told me, the woman had taken her bundle. In about an hour afterwards the mother of this child came, and asked me, if I should know the woman again if I saw her; I said, yes. The child came and said, the woman is taken. I went and saw her, and knew her directly. This is the child that she took the bundle from. HENRY CRESWELL . I am an officer. I took the prisoner in custody. I took her to Marlborough-street, and took the gown off her back; this is the gown. I told her, if she would tell me where she left her gown, I would go and fetch it. I went to a chandler's shop, and there I found this wrapper, her gown was wrapped up in it. Prisoner's Defence. That gown I have had two years. She said, it was her gown; I said, it was not. I never saw the child I came from Somersetshire. I have not been five weeks in London. GUILTY , aged 33. Transported for Seven Years . Second Middlesex jury, before Mr. Recorder.

Note: On 24 Mar 1810 in London, Elizabeth was arrested and charged with stealing a gown and sentenced to 7 years transportation. Elizabeth and her daughter Ann travelled to the colony aboard the ship 'Friends' which arrived in the colony on 10 Oct 1811.
Religious marriageJoseph EylesView this family
February 4, 1815 (aged 31 years)
Address: St. Philips
Census November 1828 (aged 44 years)
Text:

Eyles, Joseph 55, free by servitude, Canada, 1801, 7 years, Protestant, District Constable, Field of Mars, 20 acres, 20 acres, cleared and cultivated, 3 horses Eyles, Elizabeth, 44, free by servitude, Friends, 1811, 7 years, Protestant Eyles, Joseph Jr. 16 born in the colony Eyles, John 14 born in the colony Eyles, William 10 born in the colony Eyles, James 8 born in the colony Eyles, Elizabeth 4 born in the colony Eyles, Mary A. 12 born in the colony, servant to Edward Ewer of Parramatta

Death September 17, 1854 (aged 70 years)
Burial
Cemetery: All Saints Cemetery
… … + Elizabeth Tribles
herself
17841854
Birth: about 1784England, United Kingdom
Death: September 17, 1854Field of Mars, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
daughter
18051853
Birth: about 1805 21
Death: September 18, 1853New South Wales, Australia
Family with Joseph Eyles
husband
17741856
Birth: about 1774
Death: June 25, 1856Dundas, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
herself
17841854
Birth: about 1784England, United Kingdom
Death: September 17, 1854Field of Mars, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage
Marriage: February 4, 1815Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
-2 years
son
18121865
Birth: October 14, 1812 38 28Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: May 3, 1865Ballina, Northern Rivers, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
son
18141878
Birth: October 26, 1814 40 30New South Wales, Australia
Death: July 27, 1878Ballina, Northern Rivers, New South Wales, Australia
20 months
daughter
18161890
Birth: June 18, 1816 42 32Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: October 6, 1890Burwood, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
son
18181859
Birth: September 18, 1818 44 34Field of Mars, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: July 16, 1859Dundas, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
son
Eyles, James (1820-1907)
18201907
Birth: September 7, 1820 46 36Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: May 7, 1907Dundas, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
4 years
daughter
18241898
Birth: December 16, 1824 50 40Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: June 22, 1898New South Wales, Australia
Joseph Eyles + Elizabeth Dixon
husband
17741856
Birth: about 1774
Death: June 25, 1856Dundas, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
partner’s partner
Marriage
Marriage: November 6, 1804Parramatta, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
ImmigrationUniversity of Sheffield. Humanities Research Institute. The Proceedings of the Old Bailey: London's Central Criminal Court, 1674 to 1913. [database on-line]. Sheffield: the Institute, 2003-2008
Text:

11 Apr 1810: ELIZABETH SMITH was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 24th of March , a gown, value 5 s. the property of Christopher Smith . SECOND COUNT, laying them to be the property of Mary Skell . MARY SKELL . Q. Who is Christopher Smith - A. The child's father. Q. Where do you live - A. In St. Martin's-court. I am a servant to Mrs. Cluet, a laundress. When I found the prisoner she had the gown on her back, which she had taken from this child. ANN ELIZABETH SMITH . Q. How old are you - A. I am going of eight years old; my father is a breeches-maker , he lives in Porter-street; my mother sent me into St. Martin's-court with some things to be mangled, and the woman met me in Castle-street; she took me into Portabella passage , and told me to go over to the men that were painting, and ask them for two shillings worth of penny pieces; they told me to go and tell the woman, to come herself; and when I went back, the woman was gone with the clothes and all; it was my cousin's clothes; I was going with it to the mangler's; there was a gown, shift, and apron in the bundle. When she sent me to the painters, she told me, she would hold my bundle. Q. Look at the woman, is that the woman - A. Yes, that is the woman. THOMAS DORE . On the 24th of March, about ten o'clock in the morning, I saw the prisoner at the end of Portabella-passage, there were two children together; she stooped down and pointed her hand over the way, and took the bundle from the child, and sent the child over the way; she rolled the gown up and walked down the passage; in about five minutes the children came back; the big child cried very much, and told me, the woman had taken her bundle. In about an hour afterwards the mother of this child came, and asked me, if I should know the woman again if I saw her; I said, yes. The child came and said, the woman is taken. I went and saw her, and knew her directly. This is the child that she took the bundle from. HENRY CRESWELL . I am an officer. I took the prisoner in custody. I took her to Marlborough-street, and took the gown off her back; this is the gown. I told her, if she would tell me where she left her gown, I would go and fetch it. I went to a chandler's shop, and there I found this wrapper, her gown was wrapped up in it. Prisoner's Defence. That gown I have had two years. She said, it was her gown; I said, it was not. I never saw the child I came from Somersetshire. I have not been five weeks in London. GUILTY , aged 33. Transported for Seven Years . Second Middlesex jury, before Mr. Recorder.

CensusAncestry.com. 1828 New South Wales, Australia Census (TNA Copy) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
Text:

Eyles, Joseph 55, free by servitude, Canada, 1801, 7 years, Protestant, District Constable, Field of Mars, 20 acres, 20 acres, cleared and cultivated, 3 horses Eyles, Elizabeth, 44, free by servitude, Friends, 1811, 7 years, Protestant Eyles, Joseph Jr. 16 born in the colony Eyles, John 14 born in the colony Eyles, William 10 born in the colony Eyles, James 8 born in the colony Eyles, Elizabeth 4 born in the colony Eyles, Mary A. 12 born in the colony, servant to Edward Ewer of Parramatta

Immigration

On 24 Mar 1810 in London, Elizabeth was arrested and charged with stealing a gown and sentenced to 7 years transportation. Elizabeth and her daughter Ann travelled to the colony aboard the ship 'Friends' which arrived in the colony on 10 Oct 1811.

Name

Treble, Trebble, Trebles, Tribles