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Jefferies, Richard Thomas (1841–1920)
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If Thomas Jefferies was the person you were looking for, you may be able to discover more about them by looking at our resources page. If you have more hunting to do, try a new search or browse the convict records. Contribute to this record. Born in Dorset, England, In 14th January transported for poaching, 2nd offence, once before gaoled for three months for poaching. August appointed as watch house keeper and flagellator for Launceston Gaol. A violent sexual offender, on 25 August he was fined half of his salary for falsely imprisoning and assaulting a Mrs Jessop. In October the same year he was fined 20 shillings for taking a female prisoner out of the watch house. They robbed the hut of a Mr Barnard, then broke into the house of a settler called Tibbs, about five miles from Launceston.
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In the coming months this site is going to be updated to improve security, accessibility and mobile experience. Older versions of Internet Explorer do not provide the functionality required for these changes and as such your browser will no longer be supported as of September If you require continued access to this site then you will need to install a different browser such as Mozilla Firefox , Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome. Seven years a chorister at Lincoln's Inn Chapel under Alfred Novello, he was educated at the school conducted jointly by the chapel and the choir of the Temple Church. A violinist in leading London orchestras, he formed and conducted the Saturday Orchestral Union about He farmed briefly and unsuccessfully near Gatton and made his first professional appearance as a violinist in Brisbane on 1 February with Henrietta Mallalieu as accompanist. The two later started the long-lived Monday Popular Concerts which introduced new music to Brisbane. In Jefferies formed a string quartet and, when his children grew up, a family quartet. With James Brunton Stephens he published an Australian national anthem which won some acceptance. Soon after his arrival Jefferies had become conductor for the new South Brisbane Harmonic Society, the success of which led to the establishment of the Brisbane Musical Union; he conducted its first concert on 18 December