Abraham Olliffe, convict, born County Cork, Ireland 1790 - 1793

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Abraham Olliffe,Oliffe, Oliff, O'laff, Olive, Olef, Olaf, depending on which documents you are reading, was sent to Australia, 7 year sentence, arrived on the ship ''Pilot'' in 1817.

Convicted in 1816. Married Margaret Murphy, 11 April 1853 in Sydney.

They had 3 children, 2 daughters and one son.

1841 - 1843 they lived in Newcastle, NSW.

Then moved to Glen Innes, Emmaville, Tenterfield, NSW?

Between 1850 - 1870 Abraham Olliffe just simply ''disappeared'' ??????

There is no record of death for him in Glen Innes and surrounding areas where they lived. There is no grave listed on any cemetery indexes.

What happened to him, where did he go?  He was listed as a ''carpenter'' on his documents regarding his conviction.

Any information at all would be greatly appreciated.

Kind regards,

Lynette
in WikiTree Help by Lynette Duncan G2G Crew (700 points)

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