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Benjamin Alcock (bef. 1823)

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Benjamin Alcock
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Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
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Categories: Dublin City, Dublin.

Benjamin Alcock has Irish ancestors.

Biography

Benjamin Alcock was tried in Dublin in 1838 and found guilty of the "felony of lead". He received a sentence of seven years transportation. The court records stated that Benjamin's mother lived at No 3 Meath Market, off Earl Street, in Dublin City.[1].

No record has been found of a convict called Benjamin Alcock arriving in Australia. It is possible he was transported elsewhere (eg Caribbean) or was not sent abroad at all.

Sources

  1. National Archives of Ireland, Irish Transportation Database, PDF compilation database of records contained in the National Archive of Ireland; entry for Benjamin Alcock page 27; Record reference code: CRF 1838 A 24.


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