CLEMO William

Name William CLEMO
Country Of Origin England
Born 1818
Died 1882
Birth/Baptism Born approx. 1818, St Stephen-in-Brannel, Cornwall, England
Parents unknown
Apprenticeship unknown
Skills Clockmaker, Watchmaker, Silversmith
Work Locations No record found working in his trade in Van Diemen’s Land (Tasmania)
Street Address
Marriage/Spouse 20 May 1857, Green Ponds, Brighton District, to Mary Ann Todd.
Trial 26 March 1849, Bodmin Assizes, Cornwall.
7 July 1868, Supreme Court, Hobart.
Sentence 1849: Ten years transportation for burglary and stealing a silver snuff box.
1868: Seven years imprisonment at Port Arthur for indecently assaulting a girl.
Arrival 16 December 1852, Van Diemen’s Land (Tasmania) on the convict ship, Equestrian (3)
Police Number 26736
Convict Assignment
Ticket of Leave October 1853
Conditional Pardon
Other Other recorded occupations: Labourer, Miner

Approx. 1868-1875: At Port Arthur

Also known as ‘Clocky’

Death 5 January 1882, near Gladstone, recorded as a miner.
Cause of death: Accidentally killed in the bush by part of a hollow tree falling on him.
TAHO: CON33/1/111, CON94/1/1, CON18/1/58, CON14/1/46, CON13/1/11, RGD37/1/16 no38 Marriage 1857; RGD35/1/51 no648 Death 1882, SC195/1/62/8451 1882.
Web: Ancestry: Cornwall, England, Bodmin Gaol Records 1821-1899.
Royal Cornwall Gazette 30 March 1849; Cornwall Chronicle 22 October 1853, The Mercury (Hobart) 9 July 1868; The Examiner (Launceston) 23 February 1881, 16 May 1882.