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Joseph Delandre (1798–1853)

Joseph Delandre was sentenced to seven years transportation. He arrived in Sydney in 1819 aboard the Tyne. His occupation was given as grocer's apprentice and his height as 5 ft 7 ins (170.2 cms). He married Mary Ann Izzard in 1829.

In 1824 he sent a petition to the Governor stated that he required land to follow the profession of farming and that he had 20 head of horned cattle.  By 1831 he was the licensee of "The Lord Nelson" at Windsor on the site now known as "The Doctor's House". From 28 June 1832 to 1837 he was licensee of "The Saint Patrick".

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Dublin, Ireland


27 March, 1853 (aged ~ 55)
Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia

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Crime: unknown
Sentence: 7 years