1861 census 264 Chapeltown Eliza Drabble widow 55 Housekeeper Solomon Stenton g/s 16 Solomon was charged with the murder of his grandmother on 25th March 1865 after he had been drinking heavily. Trial at Leeds - Plea changed to Manslaughter He recieved 20 years for manslaughter and was said to have a reputation for drunkeness and violence. Transported to Western Australia on SS Corona Solomon Stenton prisoner 9305 20yrs penal servitude aged 22 sentenced at Leeds of Manslaughter - sent to Western Australia a fetler by trade Single 5' 5 1/4" tall light brown hair, hazel eyes, oval face, sallow complexion Build - middling stout Distinguishing marks - First joint middle finger right hand smashed, cut under left eye After Solomon obtained his ticket of freedom he moved to Tasmania - there the trail grows cold. Solomon was cousin to my 2 x gt. grandmother Lyn