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Enoch William Bozier (1815–1883)

Enoch William Bozier was sentenced to sentenced to seven years transportation for larceny. He arrived in Sydney in 1839 aboard the Mangles. He received his Certificate of Freedom on 22 Apr 1847 and on 16 August of that year married Ann Bushell.

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9 June, 1815
Berkshire, England


12 October, 1883 (aged 68)
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

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Convict Record

Crime: theft
Sentence: 7 years