The John farmer I've identified was transported on the Waterloo to Australia, sailed from Sheerness 4 Oct 1837, arrived "PJ*, 8 Feb 1838".
PJ* - Port Jackson?
So, not your ancestor. But the...
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When John Farmer was first picked up in March 1835 for the offence that led to his 6 month sentence, the local paper reported "Though only sixteen years of age, he has been in custody many (?) times...
In July 1835 at Worcester City Sessions a John Farmer, 20, leather parer, was sentenced to 6 months hard labour, to include 1 month's solitary and a "private whipping"
In March 1837 at Worcester...
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