FORGERY – BASIL IN 1837 AND 1847

WITH HENRY LIKEWISE 33 YEARS LATER. HMMM! WAIT FOR THE SYDNEY GAZETTE.

We knew of Basil’s conviction in 1847 which led to a 2 year sentence to PARRAMATTA GAOL and preceded the family’s relocation to the Clarence. Now we find a number of articles regarding forgeries in 1837 and involving BARKER’S mill where Kendall Bros worked. Melinda and basil had been married less that 2 years when these charges are laid. Hmmm!

TRY THIS TANTALISER:for those of us who don’t have access to the Libraries. Thank you NLA. I have left it in the unedited form which the NLA had onsite for those of us keen or mad enough to tackle the editing – thus allowing free access for the whole online community to this vast database.

BRAVO AGAIN NLA.

The Sydney Gazette and… Saturday 22 April 1837, page 2. News 2092 words

… M John, for Lawrcnce Kendall, who \T charge of that establishment, the laltsj of whom is authorised … which li« handed ort to Mr. Dusil Kendall minus the GOD mission« On (he same evening M Kendall came … Thus the ma’tor rests for tho attendant

 

SUPREME COURT. (CRIMINAL SIDE.) SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1837.

The Sydney Gazette and… Tuesday 22 August 1837, page 3. News 1277 words

… perjury j Basil Kendall and Wilson Berry, for- gery. Margaret Welsh, Susannah Murphy, William…

The Maitland Mercury… Saturday 1 January 1848, page 4

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article713810

(Before Mr Justice Therry ) – Basil Kendall pleaded guilty of uttering a forged order, and was remanded for sentence.

If you can assist them with the editing, tagging or comments – BRAVO FOR YOU AS WELL

Police Report.

The Sydney Gazette and… Tuesday 12 June 1832, page 2. News 1181 words

… by Captain Kendall wilh refusing to work, and leaving the vessel without per missission. On

AND HENRY

http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1334957

The Brisbane Courier Thursday 24 November 1870, page 2.

Henry Kendall, the Australian poet has been brought up on a charge of forgery on which he was remanded. It is supposed that he is insane

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