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Charles Lloyd (?–?)

Charles Lloyd was sentenced to life transportation on 12 July 1809 at Oxford, England. He arrived at Sydney in September 1811 aboard the Admiral Gambier. In 1814 he was assigned to T. Gilberthorp at Windsor and was living with Elizabeth Pickett; they married on 25 September 1819. No trace has been found of him after 1822.

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Alternative Names
  • Eloyed, Charles
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Convict Record

Crime: unknown
Sentence: life