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Kilpatrick, William (1820–1906)

William Kilpatrick was sentenced to seven years transportation for stealing silk handkerchiefs. He arrived in Sydney in 1838 aboard the Elphinstone. His occupation was given as labourer and his height as 5ft 4½ ins. His complexion was described as sallow and freckled, and he had brown hair and hazel eyes. He could read and write and was Presbyterian. He gained his certificate of freedom in 1845 and in that same year married Elizabeth Hobbs.

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'Kilpatrick, William (1820–1906)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/kilpatrick-william-27463/text34877, accessed 20 September 2017.

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