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Jeremiah Gehan (1808 - 1858)

Jeremiah Gehan
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Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
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Died in Tumut, New South Wales, Australiamap
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ONE POUND REWARD. ABSCONDED from the service of the undersigned, Jeremiah Gehan, per ship Hive, No. 2, age about 43 years, height 5 feet 61/2 inches, dark sallow complexion, hair black, has lost two front upper teeth, has a scar left side under lip, and one over left eye-brow, generally passes by the name of Sullivan. Was an assigned servant to Mr. Badgery, of Braidwood. A warrant for the apprehension or the said Jeremiah Gahan, or Sullivan, having been granted by the Yass bench, the above reward shall be paid to any person who will lodge him in any one of Her Majesty's Gaols. Cavan, Yass, August 8.[1]


  1. Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 15 August 1845, page 3

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