Convict record of Richard Terry the younger in Van Diemens Land (Tasmania), previously from Tingewick, Buckinghamshire (England)
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Convict record of Richard Terry (the younger)
Richard Terry was 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: aiding and abetting in the rape of Ann Pepper, had nothing to do with it. Hale was the only one who did. Terry arrived at
Norfolk Island per on 9 November 1844. He arrived in Agincourt Van Diemens Land in 1847.
Conduct in the Colony
19 November 1844 Norfolk Island / Larceny, 7 days irons
9 May 1848 Probation pass-holder
8 February 1850 Prisoners Barracks Launceston / Misconduct in not proceeding according to his pass and producing a forged one. Six months imprisonment and hard labour.
5 December 1854 Ticket of Leave
25 November 1856 Conditional Pardon
Church of England
near Buckingham (CON 33/83)
read or write NS 373/32
Marriages Richard Terry, aged 28, ticket of leave, married Mary Ann Baulch, aged 16 at the Perth Chuch on 27 December 1855