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Life Summary

Name James Bloodsworth
Alternative Names
  • James Bloodworth

London, Middlesex, England


21 March, 1804 (aged ~ 45)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death


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Crime Sentence Commuted To Court Trial Date
theft 7 years - Surrey 3 October 1785 (1785)
Children Yes (7)

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