Constable

Robert McGEE

YEAR OF DEATH

1832

JURISDICTION

New South Wales

DETAILS OF DEATH

Constable McGee was appointed a Constable at Patrick’s Plains (Darlington) on 1 February 1832 and was drowned a few weeks later while attempting to swim across Fal Brook. He had arrived in Australia as a convict aboard the ship Agamemnon in 1821 having been sentenced at Edinburgh on 3 January 1820 to be transported to Australia for fourteen years. His Ticket of Leave No. 31/896 is dated 19 November 1831. Other details are unknown. At the time of his death the Constable was serving in the Patrick’s Plains (Darlington) district.

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