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