Clement Danes, the Strand, on 6 July There are no details of his early years.
In he was transported to New South Wales for a period of 14 years "for having in his possession forged and counterfeit Bank notes, knowing them to be forged". He was also indicted "for disposing of and putting away forged Bank notes, knowing them to be forged" but was found "not guilty" of goulurn latter charge. Webster's conviction was with 14 other people 12 men and 2 women at the Old Bailey in London on 29 October He sailed from Falmouth in April on board the convict transport Mangles and arrived in the colony marruing 7 Augustaged 22 years.
Webster's skills must have attracted almost immediate attention, for when he applied for a conditional pardon in November he claimed that he had been employed ever since his arrival in the colony as a "Carver at Government House". Macquarie, not surprisingly, granted his request for a pardon on 28 November, at the same time that he rewarded a of other convicts whose skills and labour he had used in the latter days of his administration.
The General Muster for lists Webster without an occupation, but states that "he lodges at C. Also listed as living in the same house at this time was Jane Jones formerly Stilwellwho was employed as a housekeeper, together with three of her children, Jane aged 8William aged 6 [from her marriage to John Stilwell, former steward to Sir John Jamison, and Horney Mobile women horny moms of Swansea South Carolina of George Street, Sydney, who had now left the colony], and Joseph aged 2 [son of John Webster]; as well as Ann Wall, a lodger aged 17 and two men employed by Webster: Henry Allway, a shoemaker aged 33and William Hallis, also a shoemaker aged Webster married Jane Jones on 30 March A second son, John, had been born to the couple on 29 April ; two more sons were born soon afterwards, Leonard also spelt Lenard on 4 Marchand Jeremiah, in April Afterwards, Webster and his family moved to Goulburn where he appears to have changed his occupation to that of a butcher.
Two daughters, Sarah and Rebecca, were born in Goulburn on 21 Septemberand 27 September though they, and their brothers Jeremiah and Joseph, were not baptised until andrespectively, by the first Presbyterian minister in the Goulburn region, Reverend William Hamilton. Soon afterwards he sold 10 acres, but after clearing part of the remaining 10 acres Webster discovered that part of this land [approx.
InWebster sought compensation from Governor Gipps of an additional ading allotment of land for his loss. In this petition Webster stressed his contribution to the Colony and marryiing need to provide for his large family: "I have been twenty years a free subject of this Collony, [sic] have three Boys and two Girls at home to provide for, and four boys and girls useful to society in other parts of the Colony.
It was written on 21 January immediately prior Nude webcam Villahermosa his death and as well as making another appeal for consideration of his claim indicates that his recent health had been poor: "I have womah confined to my bed these four months by an affection [sic] of the heart but I must confess that the perusal of your letter of the 13 inst.
The Certificate records that he was buried on 28 February by the Reverend J.
Clearly, there has been a later clerical error and the 'Webster' entry has been incorrectly inserted into the Victorian record group. His widow, Jane, remained in Goulburn until her death on 24 Aprilaged One daughter, Sarah, marruing Charles Thomas Edwards on 22 May ; Jeremiah was apprenticed as a saddler wojan pursued this trade at least untilwhen he was listed Naughty dating sites the Post Office Directory for the County of Argyle as a saddler in Grafton Street, Goulburn.
Joseph Nehemiah Webster, who had been born at Kissing Point on 30 Septemberwas apprenticed to an apothecary and pursued this profession until at least ; afterwards he became a miner, though his accidental death on 15 June near Orange was caused by a tree falling on him.