Tag Archives: Thomas Green

Caroline who? – convict – Part 2

When I left you with this story 2 weeks ago, I was hot on the trail of Caroline Horsnick, alias Cramer, also known as, Arnish, Harnish, Horseman and Burnish. These are the various spellings as transcribed from records and how … Continue reading

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Caroline Horsnick alias Cramer – convict – Part 1

I wrote 5 blog posts about my 3 x great grandfather Thomas Green, also known as John Green, convict. He was granted his Conditional Pardon on the 7th March 1853 as John Green, only a few weeks before his wife … Continue reading

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A Free Man at Last – Thomas Green, Convict – Part 5

It’s about now that this story takes on a very different turn of events than what I was expecting. For the moment though, let’s jump back in time for a bit, 15 years ago when I received from the Tasmanian … Continue reading

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A New Life in the Colonies – Van Diemen’s Land – Thomas Green, Convict – Part 4

I have titled this blog post “A New Life in the Colonies” but after pulling all the information together from the various convict sources, I wonder, was it really “A New Life”? I’ll let you read on and you decide.

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Transportation to the Colonies – Thomas Green, Convict – Part 3

Thomas Green was tried in the Central Criminal Court (The Old Bailey) under the name of John Green, on the 6th January 1845 for Silvering Counterfeit coins for which he received a sentence of transportation of 15 years. Many newspapers … Continue reading

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The Intervening Years – Thomas Green – Part 2

It has been an interesting journey of discovery so far, of the family of my 3 x great grandfather Thomas Green and Ann. By writing this blog, it is in no way glorifying the criminal activity of our ancestors. I … Continue reading

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