sentenced to death at Warwick in 1785 for assault and robbery, he was pardoned on condition of
transportation for 7 years and arrived on the Alexander. In 1790 he was working at
Norfolk Island where he settled in 1792. Two years later he moved back to Port Jackson and
was granted 30 acres at Mulgrave Place. By 1806 he had over 16 acres under cultivation, and
paid for the services of one freeman. He signed two addresses of support for Governor Bligh and in 1820 was still farming at the Hawkesbury.
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