|Age when departed England||unknown|
|Trial date||00 January 1787|
|Trial place||Manchester, Lancashire|
|Value of crimes||Unknown|
|Transported for||7 years|
|Date left colony|
|Date of Death||13 June 1791|
Partner in the original crime was his wife Ellen Fraser.Noted for his surly temper and heavy drinking.On 5 January 1789 he received 100 lashes for insolence, and on 23 June was sentenced to work in irons for a month for drunken insolence.An excellent workman who “was supposed to have brought on an untimely end by hard drinking, as he seldom chose to accept any article but spirits in payment for work done in his extra hours” wrote Captain Collins.