Information regarding John Crossan who was transported to Australia as a convict

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I am trying to locate information regarding John Crossan who transported ot Australia as a convict on the Prince Regent II in 1841.

I have been able to find out that he was convicted in County Antrim and was retained in the County Antrim Goal prior to his transportation.

He was married to a woman I think named Letitia and had 6 children. One of which he took on the ship with him.

Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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Best answer The Cornwall Chronicle, Launceston, Tasmania, 21 Nov 1846

Ticket of Leave granted: John Crossan. Prince Regent.

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