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Transported Convicts (1831-1833)

Charles Vaughan

Charles Vaughan was born in 1809 and lived in Tidenham where he worked as a labourer.

On 27 August 1834, at the age of 26, he was sentenced to be transported for life for the theft of sheep. After a spell on the hulk, the Fortitude at Chatham, he was transferred to the Marquis of Huntley which set sail for New South Wales on 7 March 1835 and arrived in on 5 July 1835.

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