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Charles Mood (c. 1762–?)

Charles Mood (c.1762- ) was found guilty on 7 April 1784 at Maidstone, Kent, of an unknown crime. Sentenced to 7 years transportation to America, he was sent to the Censor hulk on 20 October 1784 and was discharged to the Alexander in January 1787. He arrived at Sydney in January 1788 as part of the First Fleet.

Mood was recorded at Port Jackson in 1788 and again in 1795. No further record has been traced for him.

* information from Mollie Gillen, The Founders of Australia: A Biographical Dictionary of the First Fleet (1989), p 249

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Alternative Names
  • Miller, Charles

c. 1762

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Crime: unknown
Sentence: 7 years
Court: Kent
Trial Date: 7 April 1784