b. about 1820, d. 22 July 1891
For a detailed biography of Martin Bohen click here.
Martin Bohen was born about 1820 in KilKenny.1,2,3,4,5
Children with Elizabeth Seage (b. 1834, d. 5 June 1910)
|Son||John Henry Bowen+ (b. 23 June 1853, d. 8 January 1902)|
|Son||Daniel Bowen (b. about 1855, d. before 22 July 1891)|
|Son||Thomas Bowen (b. about 1857, d. after 22 July 1891)|
|Daughter||Mary Ann Bowen (b. about 1859, d. after 22 July 1891)|
|Son||Daniel Bowen (b. about 1861, d. after 22 July 1891)|
|Daughter||Elizabeth Bowen (b. about 1861, d. after 22 July 1891)|
|Daughter||Ellen Bowen (b. about 1863, d. after 22 July 1891)|
|Son||James Bowen (b. about 1865, d. after 22 July 1891)|
|Daughter||Hannah Bowen (b. about 1867, d. after 22 July 1891)|
|Daughter||Jane Bohan (b. 1869)|
|Son||Cornelius Bowen (b. about 1872, d. after 22 July 1891)|
|Daughter||Catherine Bowen (b. about 1875, d. 1875)|
Martin Bohen emigrated on 7 September 1836 from KilKenny, Ireland. SS St Vincent4 He immigrated on 5 January 1837 to Sydney, NSW, Australia. convict ship St Vincent3,7,8,9,10,11,12
- On 15 July 1836 Martin Bohen was a tailor's boy in KilKenny.3
- He was employed in January 1837 in Port Stephens, NSW, Australia.3
- On 23 June 1853 Martin Bohen was a shoemaker in Bathurst.6
- About 1891 Martin Bohen was a bootmaker in Bunglegumbie.1,13
Martin Bohen appeared in the census on 31 December 1837 at Australian Agricultural Company in Port Stephens.14 He lived in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia, on 27 August 1847.7 He lived in Windsor, NSW, Australia, on 31 January 1848.7 He lived in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia, on 8 June 1848.7
Involvement in crime
Patrick were in KilKenny, Ireland, on 15 July 1836. sentenced to transportation for life for feloniously killing a sheep3,4,7,8,10,12 Martin Bohen was described as 4'10.5" tall; grey eyes; fair hair; fresh complexion on 7 September 1836 in KilKenny, Ireland.4 He was described as on 5 January 1837 in Sydney, NSW, Australia. 4'10.5" tall; a fair, ruddy and freckled complexion; light brown hair; hazel eyes; small dark mole inside right elbow; burnt mark outside left arm; scar back of left hand; scar right knee; mole back of right foot3,8 He was tried for in Dungog, NSW, Australia, on 7 December 1844. robbery|| He was convicted and sentenced to 2 months on the treadmill at Hyde Park Barracks5 He in Newcastle, NSW, Australia, on 14 December 1844. arrived||from Dungog5 He was described as 5' 7" tall; stout build; pale complexion; light hair; hazel eyes; visage long on 14 December 1844 at Newcastle gaol in Newcastle, NSW, Australia.5 He in Newcastle, NSW, Australia. discharged||This was in order to be transported to Sydney's Hyde Park Barracks for punishment on the treadmill. Also tranported for this purpose were Owen Gaynor and James Gibbs15,5 He was on 17 February 1845 in Darlinghurst, NSW, Australia. discharged to Hyde Park Barracks16 He was granted his on 4 January 1847 in Windsor, NSW, Australia. ticket of leave7,8 He was granted his on 7 June 1853. Conditional Pardon7,8
Martin Bohen died on 22 July 1891 in Bunglegumbie. cancer in the stomach1 He was buried on 24 July 1891 in Dubbo.1
- [S449] Death Certificate, Martin Bowen, Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, NSW, Vol 1891 No 5680.
- [S619] "Resarch Report: Bohan, Martin by Leeanne Godfrey", 22 Jun 2013, Leeanne Godfrey, to James Fleming (Sydney); WikiTree, http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Bowen-1865.
- [S624] Martin Bohen entry, SS St Vincent, Convict Arrival Indents, 1837; in NRS 12188 (Kingswood: Archives Office of NSW).
- [S625] Convict Departure Indents: 1836 SS St Vincent Bohen Martin, Departure Indents SS St Vincent, Kingswood; Archives Office of NSW, NRS 1156, 4/7078. Hereinafter cited as Convict Departure Indents: 1836 SS St Vincent Bohen Martin.
- [S626] Martin Bohen, Gaol Admission: Newcastle, Bohen Martin 1844, 7 Dec 1844
- [S322] Baptismal Record: Bowen, John Henry, Vol 70, No 1310, (12 July 1853), NSW Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages
- [S630] Martin Bohen, Convict Ticket Of Leave Butt: Bohen Martin 1847, (Kingswood: NSW State Archives), 4 Jan 1847
- [S631] Martin Bohen, Conditional Pardon, (NSW: Government Gazette), 7 Jun 1853
- [S634] Mary Tobin entry, SS Sir Charles Forbes, Arrival Indents, 1837; in Convict Records (Kingswood: Archives Office of NSW).
- [S649] Patrick Tobin Patrick Tobin entry, SS St Vincent, Convict Arrival Indents, 1837; in NRS 1156 (Kingswood: Archives Office of NSW), 4/7078.
- [S652] Patrick Tobin, Convict Ticket Of Leave Butt: 1856 Tobin Patrick, (Kingswood: NSW State Archives), 18 Jul 1856
- [S666] Patrick Tobin, Conditional Pardon, (NSW: Government Gazette), 1851
- [S450] Death Certificate, John Henry Bowen, Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, NSW, Vol 1902 No 60.
- [S632] Martin Bohen, Convict Muster 1837 NSW: Bohen Martin, (Kingswood NSW: NSW State Archives), 1837
- [S628] Martin Bohen, Gaol Discharge: Newcastle, Bohen Martin 1844, 17 Dec 1844
- [S629] Martin Bohen, Gaol Discharge: Darlinghurst, Bohen Martin 1845, 17 Feb 1845
|Last Edited||21 August 2018|