Name Edward TYGART
Country Of Origin Ireland
Born 1775
Died unknown
Birth/Baptism Born approx. 1775, County Tyrone, Ireland
Parents unknown
Apprenticeship unknown
Skills Watchmaker
Work Locations Hobart
Street Address
Marriage/Spouse Wife Anna, and children in England
Trial 2 March 1833, Lent Assizes, Wiltshire
Sentence Transportation for life for horse stealing
Arrival 4 September 1833 on the convict ship, Stakesby
Police Number 761
Convict Assignment
Ticket of Leave August 1841, cancelled June 1843, reissued December 1844
Conditional Pardon
Other December 1832: John and Edward Tygart were committed to Fisherton Gaol at Wiltshire for stealing a mare, the property of John Dyke of Bradford.

May 1843: Embezzled and pawned a watch he had to repair; punishment was the cancellation of his of ticket of leave and 12 months probation.

April 1850: Ticket-of-leave revoked and absconded.

December 1853: Struck off records (convict conduct record).

Death unknown
TAHO: CON31/1/43, CON27/1/6, CON34/1/4.
Web: Ancestry: England & Wales Criminal Registers 1833; New South Wales & Tasmania Convicts Musters 1833, 1835, 1841, 1846, 1849;
Founders & Survivors convict database.
Hampshire Advertiser 1 December 1832 (British Newspaper Archives); The Courier Hobart 4 October 1841; The Examiner (Launceston) 28 June 1843; Colonial Times 28 December 1844.