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Thomas Wall (1794–1880)

Thomas Wall, a labourer, was sentenced to life transportation. He arrived in Sydney in 1815 aboard the Baring. He was described as being 5 feet 4½ inches (163.8 cms) tall, with a dark pale complexion, dark brown hair and hazel eyes. He was granted a ticket of leave in 1822. His occupation was given as tanner in the 1828 Census.

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Life Summary [details]


London, Middlesex, England


23 September, 1880 (aged ~ 86)
Windsor, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death


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Crime: unknown
Sentence: life