Name Isaac RUSSELL
Country Of Origin England
Born 1807
Died unknown
Birth/Baptism Born approx. 1807, London, England
Parents unknown
Apprenticeship unknown
Skills Watch Spring Maker
Work Locations No record found working in his trade in Van Diemen’s Land (Tasmania)
Marriage/Spouse Wife and two children in England
Trial 5 January 1835, Central Criminal Court, London.
His wife, Ann Russell, was also charged but found not guilty
Sentence Seven years transportation for having in his possession a Plaster-of-Paris mould bearing a sixpence impression.
Arrival January 1836 on the convict ship, Bardaster.
Police Number 1106
Convict Assignment
Ticket of Leave 1840
Conditional Pardon January 1842
Other Alias: Richard Dewell

Initially assigned to William Saltmarsh, Norfolk Plains.

1842: Free Certificate

1850: Isaac and two others were charged in Launceston with sheep stealing. The charge was dismissed.

31 March 1852: Departed Launceston for Melbourne on the Swift.

Death unknown
TAHO: CON31/1/37, CON27/1/2, POL220/1/1 Departures 1852.
Web: London Courier & Evening Gazette 30 December 1845, Morning Post 9 January 1835 [British Newspaper Archive]; Old Bailey Online Reference No. t18350105, 5 January 1835; Founders & Survivors convict database.
The Courier Hobart 21 January 1842; Cornwall Chronicle 16 November 1850.