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William Adey1772

William Adey
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Birth 1772 29 23

Birth of a sisterMary Adey
1773 (Age 12 months)

Birth of a brotherEbenezer Adey
1776 (Age 4)

Death of a paternal grandfatherRichard Adey
after 1776 (Age 4)

Birth of a brotherThomas Adey
1780 (Age 8)

Death of a paternal grandmotherAnn
1781 (Age 9)

Birth of a brotherRichard Adey
1782 (Age 10)

Birth of a sisterMary Adey
1783 (Age 11)

Birth of a sisterSarah Adey
1788 (Age 16)

Death of a brotherJohn Adey
1800 (Age 28)

Death of a brotherThomas Adey
1805 (Age 33)

Death of a motherMary Pouis
1816 (Age 44)

Death of a fatherJohn Adey
1820 (Age 48)


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younger brother
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younger brother
2 years
younger sister
6 years
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On 30th July 1791 at Buckingham General Sessions in Aylesbury a 19 year old William Adey, formerly of the 29th regiment of foot, was found guilty of stealing from the Wantage carrier (grand larceny) and sentenced to be transported for 7 years. He was transfered to the Stanislaus Hulk in Woolwich and then to Portsmouth where he sailed on 30th May 1792 aboard the Royal Admiral arriving in Sydney, New South Wales on 7th October 1792. The Royal Admiral belonged to the Chitty/Bowness line and the ships master was Henry Essex. Two people found guilty of burglary at the same court sessions were sentenced to death. It is not certain if this is the same William Adey but there is no further mention of William Adey in England and he is not mentioned in his fathers will.

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