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William Laughton, a labourer of Coningsby,Lincolnshire, was tried with William Cole at the Lincoln Assize court on March 1833, aged 29,They were both charged with breaking into the house and shop of Sarah Cuthbert and stealing 2 cloaks,4 gowns,a pair of shoes,a silk shawl, a silk handkerchief, 100yds of blue printed cotton, about 4s in silver and halfpence, and various other items.They were sentenced to transportation for life and were transported to New South Wales, Austalia on the ship 'Fairlie' in 1834.
If the was your ancestor, The Public Records Office in London may help you ( http://www.pro.gov.uk/leaflets/ri2235.htm) or The State records Authority of New South Wales( http://www.records.nsw.gov.au) or Email Lincolnshire Archives at <firstname.lastname@example.org> Hoping this may be of some help. L.W.Laughton.