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arrived at Botany Bay on the Golden Grove as the personal servant of the Reverend Richard Johnson. Although he had been ill on the voyage out, he recovered to assist Johnson not only as servant, but later as parish clerk at St Phillip's and as a witness to many of the early marriages. In 1798 Governor Hunter granted him thirty acres, but he never made farming his main interest. By 1802, he was married with one child, but after a long illness he died on 12 January 1805. His will was the second on the probate list.

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