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Chattenden Convict Prison, 1881 Index of Prisoners

NOTE: This set of records for Chattenden Convict Prison provides the prisoners name, date of birth and place of birth, more FREE information regarding these prisoners can be found in census records When searching for your English Blacksheep Ancestors, whether that be a prisoner, convict, inmate, felon, criminal, outlaw, gangster, bandit or scoundrel, make sure you have searched all prison records, court records and execution records that may contain information on your blacksheep ancestor

Prisoners Name, Prisoners Date of Birth, Prisoners Place of Birth

John Aboukey 1853 (British Subject), Africa
George Allen 1859 London, Middlesex
George Astley 1834 Blackburn, Lancashire
George Barker 1827 Exeter, Devon
William Barker 1847 London, Middlesex
William Binnell 1834 Hertfordshire
Robert Boundy 1861 Bristol, Gloucestershire
John Bowker 1851 Nantwich, Cheshire
William Bowles 1841 Norwich, Norfolk
Adam Brooksbank 1849 Leeds, Yorkshire
Thomas Campbel 1841 Great Kimble, Buckinghamshire
Henry Clark 1859 London, Middlesex
William Cooper 1842 Newcastle, Northumberland
Ralph Cowell 1848 Nelton, Durham
Thomas Cureton 1850 Wellington, Shropshire
George Day 1849 Guernsey, Channel Islands
James Dyson 1853 Shoreditch, Middlesex
Arthur Eade 1859 Wickham Market, Suffolk
Eli Fairclough 1836 Wigan, Lancashire
George Fergusson 1839 Ilfracombe, Devon
David Findley 1839 Scotland
Alexander Gamble 1851 Stockport, Cheshire
Henry Gardiner 1841 Brighton, Sussex
George Gauring 1855 London, Middlesex
William Gulley 1836 Yeovil, Somerset
Thomas Gunn 1842 Stockport, Cheshire
Thomas Hagan 1858 London, Middlesex
Henry Hammond 1829 London, Middlesex
Thomas Hanshaw 1844 Stockport, Cheshire
Thomas Harris 1858 Aberaron, Wales
William Harris 1851 Leith, Wales
George Harrison 1853 Froghall, Staffordshire
Joseph Hatton 1846 London, Middlesex
Henry Hayes 1849 Taunton, Somerset
William Haywood 1841 Shiffnall, Shropshire
William Hill 1836 Ireland
Joseph Hindmarsh 1841 Liverpool, Lancashire
Edward Howells 1842 Manchester Salford
John Hughes 1852 Warwickshire
Robert Hurst 1856 Camberwell, Surrey
William Ingram 1846 Newcastle, Northumberland
Henry Issett 1856 Leicestershire
William Ives 1858 Bury, Suffolk
Edward Jarvis 1855 London, Middlesex
John Jarvis 1859 London, Middlesex
Edwin Jones 1846 Abergavenny, Monmouth, Wales
William Jordan 1843 London, Middlesex
Arthur Kemp 1856 Laxmundham, Suffolk

Trancriber: James Simmonds
Source: Names of prisoners in Chattenden Convict Prison extracted from 1881 census Frindsbury Township, Kent County England
William Kenny 1855 Liverpool, Lancashire
Joseph Lamb 1858 Wakefield, Yorkshire
Joseph Lamb 1861 Newcastle, Northumberland
Arthur Lees 1847 Shrewsbury, Shropshire
William Lewis 1842 Torquay, Devon
George Lingleton 1832 Byfleet, Surrey
William Linnaker 1844 Nottinghamshire
Samuel Lucas 1838 Ireland
John Lynch 1853 Sheffield, Yorkshire
James Marr 1857 Scotland
William Mc Cann 1854 Scotland
George Moyse 1850 Tormordan, Lancashire
John O'connel 1851 (British Subject), Canada
Stephen Partridge 1858 Walsall, Staffordshire
John Pitt 1826 Stanford, Hertfordshire
Edward Read 1850 Walworth, Surrey
James Ridley 1850 Newcastle, Northumberland
George Rivers 1849 Birmingham, Warwickshire
Charles Rogers 1857 Waddington, Lincoln
Thomas Rutcliffe 1834 Lee, Lancashire
Benjamin Sherlock 1842 Brixton, Surrey
Isaac Smedley 1849 Leicestershire
Abraham Smith 1844 Bolton, Lancashire
Thomas Smith 1853 Pinley Green, Warwickshire
William Smith 1846 Clitheroe, Lancashire
William Smith 1850 Bath, Somerset
William Smith 1852 London, Middlesex
John Spicer 1835 Sandwich, Kent
William Stanley 1844 Liverpool, Lancashire
William Stansfield 1841 Deperton, Devon
John Steel 1851 Blaydon, Durham
John Sweating 1845 Ripley, Derbyshire
Edward Tourley 1853 Oundle, Northamptonshire
William Truscott 1856 Brixton, Surrey
Aaron Vaughan 1852 Ely, Cambridgeshire
Alfred Walker 1843 Winchester, Hampshire
Thomas Watson 1855 Draycott, Staffordshire
Henry Webster 1854 Liverpool, Lincoln
Frank White 1852 Clapham, Surrey
George Wilbraham 1846 Chesterfield, Derbyshire
Edward Williams 1847 Monmouth, Monmouth, Wales
Henry Williams 1844 Runcorn, Cheshire
James Williams 1854 Manchester, Lancashire
John Williams 1847 London, Middlesex
Thomas Wright 1850 Ulver, Suffolk
George Yates 1852 High Littleton, Somerset
William Young 1857 Bath, Somerset

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