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Robert BARTLETT (1804-1844)

Robert BARTLETT1,2 [896] was born in 1804 in Pimlico in London, Middlesex.3 Roberts parents were Robert BARTLETT and Margaret BARTLETT**.4 Robert was convicted on 6 August 1827 at Surrey (Town and Burrough of Southwark) Assizes in Southwark, Surrey. of burglary.3,5 He was sentenced to life imprisonment and transportation..5

he migrated from England to Sydney, NSW arriving in 1828. He travelled as a convict on the "Asia" (6).3,6 In 1836 he was granted Ticket of Leave No. unknown.7

Robert married Sarah FOSTER [897] in 1840 in Patrick's Plains, NSW.8 He was granted Conditional Pardon No. 44/010 on 1 February 1843. (A Conditional Pardon freed a convict and was granted on the condition that the convict did not return to England). He was granted his full pardon (No. 128) on 21 August 1843.9,10 He was an employee at Boydell's in Camyr Allyn, NSW. The nature of the work he did for them is not known.11,12

he died (aged 40) in 1844 in Copeland, NSW. The cause was injuries sustained by falling from a horse.3,13 He was buried in 1844 in Gresford, NSW.14

 

Sarah FOSTER1,2 [897] and Robert BARTLETT had the following children:

 

George Robert BARTLETT (1841-1921) [894]

Edward BARTLETT (1845-1916) [893] (known as 'Ted')

Citations

1{S0216}, Internet (ancestry.com). http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=murray-carter&id=I168 - Murray, Carter and others. Cit. Date: 20 August 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "Father: Robert BARTLETT; Mother: Sarah FOSTER"
2{S0187}, Internet (Cawthorn) re SAXBY (R Cawthorn : Site : http: //www.roncawthorn.com/8031(no longer valid).htm). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
3{S0199}, Internet : General. http://newsarch.rootsweb.com/th/read/AUS-CONVICTS/2004-01/1074636136. Cit. Date: 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
4{S0353}, Internet (MyHeritage) : General. HOLTON Web Site \ 8630592-1. Cit. Date: 20 September 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
5{S0216}, Internet (ancestry.com). Australian Convict Transportation Registers – Other Fleets & Ships, 1791-1868. Cit. Date: 28 January 2010. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "Surrey (Town and Burrough of Southwark) Assizes : 6th August 1827 : Life"
6{S0327}, Internet (State Records NSW). Reel 602 4/4424. Cit. Date: 2 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Site : http://srwww.records.nsw.gov.au/indexes/searchform.aspx?Table=Index+to+Certificates+of+Freedom&Surname=bartlett&First=robert%25&Page=
7{S0199}, Internet : General. http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/AUS-CONVICTS/2004-01/1074637579. Cit. Date: 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "Robert Bartlett of the Asia 1 (4) gained his Conditional Pardon on 1st February
1843"
8{S0199}, Internet : General. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~bobw/gp235.htm. Cit. Date: 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
9{S0327}, Internet (State Records NSW). Cit. Date: 2 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Site : http://srwww.records.nsw.gov.au/indexes/searchform.aspx?Table=Index+to+Convict+Pardons&Surname=bartlett&First=robert%25&Page=
10{S0216}, Internet (ancestry.com). Search > New South Wales and Tasmania, Australia, Convict Pardons and Tickets of Leave, 1834-1859 > New South Wales > Pardons > 1842-1845. Cit. Date: 28 January 2010. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "No. 128 of 21st August 1843"
11{S0238}, Researcher : General. Custom Id: SUB027. Lisa Christy. Cit. Date: 9 July 2010. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "he worked for the Boydells at Camyr Allyn"
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12{S0199}, Internet : General. http://www.dungog.nsw.gov.au/about/1001/1005.html. Cit. Date: 9 July 2010. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "Gresford was named after the town on the Allyn River in North Wales, Great Britain and was first inhabited between 1812 and 1820 by itinerant cedar cutters.
In the early 1820's Charles Boydell was granted "Camyr Allyn" and George Townshend "Cawarra".[[ Later William Boydell was granted "Caergwrle" at Allynbrook and built the beautiful Church of St Mary on Allyn, and Alexander Park purchased "Lewinsbrook". John Phillip Webber was granted land north of Gresford on the Paterson River, now the areas of Mt Rivers and Lostock. Dr Lindeman purchased "Cawarra" in 1842 and the vineyards were commenced in 1843.
A good place to seek out some of Gresford's past is to visit St Anne's Church. The Townshend family gave the land for a church and cemetery and it is thought that burials started around 1850. The present St Anne's was built in 1898, although some controversy exists over the actual date of the laying of foundation stone.
A look inside the church is a must to view the stained glass windows, many of which were donated by early families, among them the Lindemans.
Outside the Church a lane leads to the Paterson River and the original ford, part of the main road from Dungog to Singleton. Also visible is very old Ard-na-Hane, a staging post for Coaches travelling from Singleton and Gloucester.
There are many other historical buildings in the area. Amongst them is the St Helens Catholic Church opened in 1867, the local pub which is over 100 years old, the General Store over 90 years old and the Police Station."]]
13{S0353}, Internet (MyHeritage) : General. HOLTON Web Site \ 8630592-1. Cit. Date: 6 September 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "Died from fall from horse"
14{S0353}, Internet (MyHeritage) : General. HOLTON Web Site \ 8630592-1. Cit. Date: 6 September 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.

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Updated : 14 Mar 2016