Abt 1802 -
||Henry Howes [1, 2, 3] |
||11 Apr 1802
||Foulden, Norfolk 
||17 Jan 1826
||King's Lynn, Norfolk 
- Charged with his brother of stealing eight pigs from Robert Muskett of Bexwell and described in the newspaper as "old offenders"
Norfolk Chronicle of 11 Feb 1826 confirms his removal from Norwich Castle gaol "to the hulks at Portsmouth" the previous day
||20 Jan 1827
||Tasmania, Australia 
- Ship: Governor Ready - transportation
Convict conduct record shows:
- he lived at "Fowden" in Norfolk - obviously Foulden
- he spent three months before in Swaffham gaol
- he confessed on arrival to stealing pigs
- Received 20 lashes for disobeying orders in 1828
- Apr 1829 - absconded and received 50 lashes
- Aug 1829 - absconded again and stole a shirt, two tin pots and 10 shillings from his master - sent to Macquarie Harbour for 3 years
From Place: England
- Is this the Henry Howes who died on 3 Apr 1850 in Tasmania age 40?
||19 Jun 2018 |
||Thomas Howes, b. Abt Aug 1774, Didlington, Norfolk , d. Dec 1811, Foulden, Norfolk (Age ~ 37 years) |
||Mary Church, b. Abt 1770, Foulden, Norfolk , d. Feb 1855, Ickburgh, Norfolk (Age ~ 85 years) |
||1 Oct 1789
||All Saints, Foulden, Norfolk 
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- [S42] FamilySearch.org.
- [S1850] Norfolk Chronicle, 1826 Jan 28.
- [S2676] Australian Convict Transportation Registers, ancestry.com.