John Mills was born circa 1799 in Kent, England, United Kingdom and died 24 August 1821 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia of execution by hanging. He married Mary Best (1803-1870) 22 June 1818 in Saint John's, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia.
On 16 August 1821, William Geary, Thomas Smith, Charles Young, William Whiteman, John Cochrane alias Cockling, Samuel Becket, Peter Hilson, Wm. Baker, John Mills, and John Lloyd, were conjointly and severally indicted for having perpetrated various highway robberies, and felonious entries of' dwelling houses; and Charles Franklin and Robert Allan, were also indicted for receiving the proceeds of the said felonies, knowing them to be stolen ; and also, upon a second count, these latter prisoners were charged with harbouring, secreting, and countenancing the above named prisoners.
He was found guilty and hanged.
|George Mills (1819-c1819)|
|William Mills (1821-1891)||8 July 1821 Toongabbie, New South Wales, Australia||19 January 1891 "Rushbrook", Tangmangaroo, Yass, New South Wales, Australia||Elizabeth Tuckwell (1827-1891)|