The people of Tingewick, Buckinghamshire (England)
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Tried at Aylesbury Assizes on 9 March 1844 and sentenced to transportation for life for rape
Gaol Report: first conviction, not married. Stated this offence: rape upon Ann Pepper. Hale was the only man who had anything to do with her, I and the rest were charged as accessories. I was a soldier in the 28th regiment at the time.
Terry arrived at Norfolk Island per Agincourt on 9 November 1844. He arrived in Van Diemens Land in 1847.
Conduct and offences in the Colony
27 October 1846Norfolk Island / Disobedience of orders 10 days solitary confinement
9 May 1848 Probation pass-holder
26 December 1848Archer, Longford / Absent without leave, three days solitary
6 May 1850Archer, Longford / Absent without leave, 7 days solitary
27 February 1851Archer, Longford / Drunk, 4 days solitary
16 May1854 Ticket of Leave
3 April 1855 Ticket of Leave revoked
4 September 1855 Ticket of leave restored, absence accounted for.
22 July 1856 Conditional Pardon
Trade: Farm labourer, bullock driver
Native Place: near Buckingham
Church of England
Canread and write a little (CON 33/83)
In the 1867-68 Directory of Tasmania a Joseph and John Terry were living in Deloraine.