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Luke Normington/ Normanton/ Norminton, Convict, William and Ann 1791

Luke Normington was tried on 23 March 1790 at York, receiving a sentence of 7 years transportation, arriving in NSW aboard the William and Ann in 1791.

In February 1794 Judge Advocate David Collins in Sydney wrote that Luke Normington, was guilty of procession of stolen goods and received a severe corporal punishment by order of the lieutenant-governor, [1]

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Deaths 1796 NSW and Norfolk Island

All deaths in Sydney are burials at the Old Sydney Burial Ground unless noted.

Burials at Parramatta are at St Johns Parramatta unless noted.

In most cases the dates refer to burial dates.

Research and Indexed by Historian Cathy Dunn

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