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This park named after James Oatley, 1770-1839 born in Staffordshire, England and sentenced to death in 1814 for stealing tow featherbed mattresses and other goods. The sentence was commuted to transportation to Australia for the term of his natural life. When James Oatley arrived aboard HMS Marquis of Wellington in 1815, hi gave his occupation as a clock and watchmaker and was soon appointed keeper of the Town Clocks. He was allowed to set his own business and his shop was in George Street

This park named after James Oatley, 1770-1839 born in Staffordshire, England and sentenced to death in 1814 for stealing tow featherbed mattresses and other goods. The sentence was commuted to transportation to Australia for the term of his natural life. When James Oatley arrived aboard HMS Marquis of Wellington in 1815, hi gave his occupation as a clock and watchmaker and was soon appointed keeper of the Town Clocks. He was allowed to set his own business and his shop was in George Street

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