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McKenzie, John (Jack) (1815–1884)

John McKenzie was transported to Tasmania in 1845 for horse stealing. His conduct record says that he could read and write, was 5 feet 8 ½ inches tall, with a fair complexion, oval head, red hair, high cheek bones, medium forehead, and grey eyes. He was placed in a gang at Salt Water River. He was granted a conditional pardon in May 1853 and returned to New South Wales.

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'McKenzie, John (Jack) (1815–1884)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/mckenzie-john-jack-27499/text34899, accessed 22 November 2017.

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Birth

1815
New South Wales, Australia

Death

15 June 1884
Goodooga, New South Wales, Australia

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