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Re: Sibley marriage in Devenport in 1841
Posted by: Kellie Brown (ID *****3390) Date: November 26, 2009 at 20:53:43
In Reply to: Sibley marriage in Devenport in 1841 by glen cherry of 1519

Hi Glen,
Was reading the posts between yourself and jean and thought I might add in some "life" stuff..LOL
From SA Government Gazettes
Listed 5th Feb 1852--On 7th November 1851 at Adelaide Julia Rogers and Sarah Simms stole 12s and a knife belonging to R.SMITH of Adelaide. Apprehended by P.C. Sibley
HIS Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor has been
pleased to approve of the following appointments
in the Police Force of the Province:-
Metropolitan Police Force.-Acting Sergeant Nolan,
to be Sergeant , vice Lorymer , resigned ; P. C. Wilson,
to be Acting Sergeant, vice Nolan, promoted ; Alfred
Sibley, to be Constable , vice Wilson, promoted; Charles
Palmer and Charles Hardy, to be Constables, vice
Ganegan and O'Keefe, resigned.
Adelaide, April 7th, 1852.
July 24th 1852 Bertha Wieland stole a camp oven and hair broom belonging to Joseph Perry of Adelaide.Apprehended by Ag Serg. Sibley.
22 August 1852 J.White and T.Lewis stole a writing desk etc from E.Baker of North Adelaide.Apprehended by Sergs Thomas and Sibley.
HAHAHAHAH This is funnnyyyy
13 August 1852 J.White and T.Lewis stole 4 chairs, belonging to F W Hinge of Adelaide. Apprehended by Sergs Thomas and Sibley ((((I guess they needed a table to go with them 4 chairs!!))
LOL NOW it gets even funnier!!!!
24th August 1852 H White and M Lewis received the above stolen property. Apprehended by Sergs Thomas and Sibley

LOL nothing like stealing stuff then giving it to your brothers to get caught with!! Off track for a minute but these guys J White and T Lewis were also caught for stealing 17 bars of soap. Career criminals obviously!!! or mighty clean writers!!!
4th October 1850 Robert Harris stole a watchguard and chain belonging to G Seabrook (at sea). Apprehended by P.C. Sibley
25th August 1851 W.Jones and J.Barrett stole a pair of boots belonging to Francis Long of Adelaide. Apprehended by P.C Sibley.


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