Abt 1804 -
||James Howes [1, 2, 3] |
||4 Nov 1804
||Foulden, Norfolk 
||17 Jan 1826
||King's Lynn, Norfolk 
- Charged with his brother of stealing eight pigs and described in the newspaper as "old offenders"
||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
||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.