File F1092 - Conditional pardon and doll's chest of drawers

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Conditional pardon and doll's chest of drawers


  • 1842 - 1844 (Creation)

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1 folder ; 34 cm; 1 parcel.

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Thomas Clarke was transported to New South Wales in 1824 on the ship Mangles. He was sentenced to life imprisonment at the Northampton Assizes, 28 Feb 1824. He was pardoned in 1844. After receiving his pardon he became a shepherd caring for a small flock of sheep near Marulan, New South Wales and remained here until his death.

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Donated by Mr A.W. Marsh, 1972.

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Conditional pardon for Thomas Clarke, signed by Governor Gipps and registered on August 8, 1843 and a set of doll's drawers made by Clarke.

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  • English

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Revised , Belinda Spinaze, 19-Apr-2021
Migrated from LMS: April 2019, P.A.




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