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McLUSKY, Charles 1
- Born: 2 June 1817
- Baptised: 6 July 1817, St Mirin's RC Chapel, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
Other names for Charles were McLOSKEY, Charles 2 and McLUSKEY, Charles.2
Roman Catholic Records
St Mirin's Parish Paisley
"At Paisley on the sixth day of July 1817, I the undersigned baptised Charles born 2nd June, lawfull son of Arthur McLusky and Catharine Quigley residing in Lochwinnoch Charles Hendry and Catharine Lynass being Sponsors"
(not signed but in same handwriting further down 'Charles Stuart')
Charles McLoskey alias McLuskey was transported from England aboard the ship Fairlie, master Henry Ager. He was single, aged 17 years, could read, and was recorded as protestant. He was a weaver born in Renfrewshire, and his crime was housebreaking. He was convicted in Glasgow, Scotland on 24 April 1833. He was 5 feet 3 and a half inches in height, and of a ruddy, freckled complexion. His hair was brown and his eyes hazel, according to the description of him in the indent. His brother John was also transported on the same vessel. Both had mermaid tattoos in the inside of their lower right arm. 2 3
Roman Catholic Records, St Mirin's RC Parish Paisley Baptisms.
ancestry.co.uk, New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842.
ancestry.co.uk, New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842 Annotated Printed Indentures 1834.