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Gail Robyn Newman on 25th November, 2020 wrote of Patrick Mcnamara:

Date Group Biographical record Source
1852 Mar Patrick McNamara, Trial Crime: Murder, Trial Court: Assizes, Trial Sentence: Guilty, Trial Term or Fine or Punishment: death, Tried at: Maitland, Date: 3 Mar 1852 [Biog Item No. 399434542] Index to various Court cases NSW 1840-1856

Date Group Biographical record Source
1852 Apr Patrick McNamara, Trial Term or Fine or Punishment: executed, Tried at: Maitland. [Biog Item No. 399434543] Index to various Court cases NSW 1840-1856
- not sure which of the 3 Patrick McNamara’s who arrived on the Isabella this is

Maureen Withey on 25th November, 2020 wrote of James Hammond:

Indent , https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON16-1-4$init=CON16-1-4p134
Royal Saxon, 5 October 1850.

James Hammond, age 21, 5 ft 8½ ins, 14 years, P-(protestant) can read a little, single.  Throwing my cap at Capt. Lancaster Rl. Arty, never tried before.  Rl Arty., 1 year and 2 months, Blacksmith, native of Bradford, F, Joseph, M., Ann, B. John, Joseph, ?, Wm, Edwin, ?. S. Ann, Jane, Nell? At N.P.

Probably his family in 1851 Census in England, living in Seymour Street, Bradford registration district, West Riding Yorkshire.
Joseph Hammond, 44,  Ann, 42, Jane, 17, John, 16, Joseph, 16, Isaac, 14, William, 13, Squire, 11, Edwin, 8, Mary Ann, 5.

D Wong on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Joseph Johnson:

Manchester Mercury Lancashire, England
15 Mar 1814
LANCASTER ASSIZES
Joseph Johnson, with having embezzled divers sums of money from his employers, at Liverpool— Guilty.

Joseph Johnson was listed as 27 years old on arrival.

Native Place: Liverpool.

Joseph was 5’9” tall, dark ruddy complexion, dark brown hair, hazel eyes.

Colonial Secretary Index:
JOHNSON, Joseph. Per “Baring”, 1815

1815 Sep 15:  On list of convicts disembarked from the “Baring” and forwarded to Liverpool for distribution (Reel 6004; 4/3494 p.176)

1822:  Petition for mitigation of sentence (Fiche 3220; 4/1866 p.8)

1822 Aug 23:  Petition for mitigation of sentence (Fiche 3220; 4/1866 p.7)

1823 Apr 14-May 8:  To be transported for 14 years. In reports of prisoners tried at Court of Criminal Jurisdiction (Reel 6023; X820 p.91)

1823 Apr 23:  Petition by Elizabeth Hanks for permission to marry him (Reel 6058; 4/1771 p.229g)

1823 May 23:  On list of prisoners transported to Newcastle per “Elizabeth Henrietta” (Reel 6010; 4/3508 p.357)

1823 Jun 10:  Prisoner at Newcastle. Application to marry Elizabeth Hanks (Reel 6067; 4/1809 p.77)

1823 Sep 15:  On list of convicts removed from Newcastle to Port Macquarie per “Mermaid”; listed as Johnston (Reel 6019; 4/3864 pp.422-3)

1824 Mar 9:  Prisoner at Port Macquarie; married Elizabeth Hanks in 1823, who was cohabiting with John S Strange. Requesting that she be sent to him at Port Macquarie (Reel 6069; 4/1817 p.36).

1823: Married Elizabeth Hanks (1808-1832).

Letter to the Colonial Secretary:
Port Macquarie, 9 Mar 1824
Sir, I humbly trust you will excuse the liberty I take win thus troubling you, which I am alone led to do from your well known goodness, in the cause of morality. -  In April last, I received sentence of transportation for fourteen years, and, as I was on the point of marriage with a young woman named Elizabeth Hanks, a native, you was pleased to allow me to be sent to Newcastle the latter end of May, in order to be married to her, accordingly we were there married. - On the 10th of September, my wife went from Newcastle to Sydney on some business, and returned on the 19th, but in the mean time I had been removed to this settlement. She wrote me several letters from newcastle stating she would return to Sydney, in order to get a conveyance to follow me as soon as possible. - I have been anxiously expecting her here ever since, and have written several times to her, but have never received any answers, and I have now heard a report, that she is living an improper course of life, with a man named John Shaw Strange (Prisoner of the Crown who went from Newcastle with the late Commandt)), at the house of Peter Jackson, in Philip Street Sydney, another Prisoner of the Crown, who went from newcastle last May. - I have apply’d to the Commandant here, who has given me permission to say he has no objection to my wife being forwarded to this settlement; and therefore most humbly beg, yo will cause her to be sent here, on order that she may be placed under my protection, as her husband.
I am sir,
your most obedient
very humble servant
Joseph Johnson

(John Shaw Strange arrived per ‘Guildford 1822’ - he later had a common law liaison with Elizabeth Hanks).

16/4/1828: Convict Death Register - Joseph Johnson died, aged 40, in the Parish of St. Phillips, Sydney.

D Wong on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Thomas Jennings:

Thomas Jennings was listed as 19 years old on arrival.

Native Place: Roscommon.

Thomas was 5’7” tall, blue eyes, fair complexion, fair hair.

6/11/1828: Convict Death Register - Thomas Jennings died aged 20, buried at St. Mary’s, Parramatta.

Jeff Andrijasevich on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Alice Dalton:

Her twin sister Catherine Nally (nee Dalton) was also on this ship. Baptism date was 21 May 1828

Jeff Andrijasevich on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Catherine Nally:

her twin sister Alice (Ellen) Dalton was also on this ship.
Her age is listed incorrectly on the ship indents. Her baptism was 21 May 1828

Maureen Withey on 24th November, 2020 wrote of John Ryan:

https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON16-1-4$init=CON16-1-4p8
https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON16-1-4$init=CON16-1-4p9 

Martin McIntosh, Bangalore, 5 Oct 1848, 5ft 8 ½, age 26. 7 yrs,
Thomas Johnson,  7 Sep 1848, 5ft 9 ¼ age 29, 7 yrs
John Ryan, Subatroo Ct Ml.10 Aug 1848, 5ft 6, age 32, 14 yrs, catholic, can both read and write, married, 2 children, Stabbing my wife with my bayonet, I was sober at the time, she was not killed. Never tried by court martial before. E.I. C. service 7 years. Labourer, native of Limerick. W (wife) Kathn. In India.

Maureen Withey on 24th November, 2020 wrote of John Ryan:

Tasmanian Convict Conduct Record.
https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON37-1-5$init=CON37-1-5p75
1466. John Ryan. Arrived on Royal Saxon, 16 March 1840.Tried at Subathoo Ct. Ml, 10 Aug 1848. 14 years. Transported for stabbing his wife with a bayonet with intent to kill and murder.  Married. States this offence, Stabbing my wife with my bayonet, I was sober at the time, she was not killed. 7 years in the E.I. C. service.
Roman catholic, can read and write. Labourer, 5 ft 6 ins. Age 32.
Sent first to Impression Bay for a 21 month period of labour.
Sent to hospital then to Lunatic Asylum. 3/3/52,  4/10/52,  2/5/1857.

Maureen Withey on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Thomas Johnson:

Tasmanian Convict Conduct Record.
https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON37-1-5$init=CON37-1-5p74
1465. Thomas Johnson, arrived on Royal Saxon, 16 March 1849. Tried at Bangalore Ct. Ml, 7 Sept 1848, 7 years.  Transported for housebreaking and stg 52 rupees. Stated this offence, Stealing money 55 rupees property of Mr Alonge, a catholic priest, tried with Wilson & McNamara on board. Ct Ml - absent 20 days & 4 months malingering 6 months.  Single. 15 Hussars 11 years.
Age 29, 5 ft 9 ¼ in. native of Rotherham, Yorkshire. Trade: porter.
A number of entries listed under sentence and offences, - see record.
Cert, Launceston, 12/10/1856.

Maureen Withey on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Martin Mcintosh:

Tasmanian Convict Conduct Record.
https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON37-1-5$init=CON37-1-5p73
1464. Martin McIntosh, Royal Saxon. Tried at Bangalore Ct Ml, 5 Oct 1848. 7 years.  Trade weaver, age 26, presbyterian, can read a little.  Native of Glasgow. Transported for Striking his superior officer and using violent and insubordinate language. Single. Stated this offence, breaking out of a cell and striking a serjeant. Ct. Ml,  throwing my cap at an officer, 12 months & 17 days for being absent. E.I. C. service 3 years.
Died in Hospital Hobart, 17 July 1849. (See weekly report)

Maureen Withey on 24th November, 2020 wrote of William Rogers:

Tasmanian Conduct Record:
https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON37-1-5$init=CON37-1-5p72

Maureen Withey on 24th November, 2020 wrote of William Rogers:

List of prisoners on the Royal Saxon from India, 16 March 1849.

https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON16-1-4$init=CON16-1-4p7 https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON16-1-4$init=CON16-1-4p6

William Rogers, Tried at Calcutta 12 Jan 1848, 6ft 2, age 28, 7 years, C.E. Both (read and write) Single. Manslaughter, Maurice Duncan was killed, we were fighting, he was a seaman belonging to another ship – he was struck & kicked. Able seaman & cook. native of Liverpool. F- Wm, M- Mary, B- Nathan, Douglas, S - Ann, Jane (family names not very clear?)

Maureen Withey on 24th November, 2020 wrote of John Wilson:

https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON16-1-4$init=CON16-1-4p7 https://stors.tas.gov.au/CON16-1-4$init=CON16-1-4p6

John Wilson, Bangalore Ct Ml., 7 Sep 1848, age 34, 5ft 8 ¼ , 7 yrs, C.E. both (read and write), S. Same as above, viz.  Stg money 55 Rupees from Mr Alonze a Catholic priest. Tried with Macnamara & Johnson. Ct Ml – Absent 20 days – 100 Lashes. Twice, 40 days. 15th Hussars, 10 years. Barber & groom. N.P.- Derby. F- ? M – Alice, B, Thos, Oliver, S, Ann , at Nottingham.

D Wong on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Francis Moran:

Francis Moran was listed as 24 years old on arrival. 

Native Place: Manchester.

Francis was 5’3¾” tall, fresh complexion, light brown hair, dark eyes, single, literate, RC.

22/11/1853: TOL
9/4/1857: Free Certificate, Hobart.

24/4/1854: Married Mary Ann Ormisher (Emma Eugenia 1851) - real name Eliza Munro.
Children:
25/11/1855: Francis George b Tas. d 20/11/1889 Vic.
29/1/1858: Henry b Tas. d prior to 1898 when his wife Mary Ann Wilson remarried.
29/5/1860: John b Tas. d 6/6/1860 Murray St., Hobart.
25/2/1862: Isaac b Tas.1/7/1863: William d 1926: Fitzroy, Vic.
13/2/1864: Emily b Tas. d 1893 Richmond, Vic.
1/11/1866: Eliza b Tas.
26/6/1872: Alfred b Tas. d 11/6/1902 Parramatta Gaol, NSW.
18/4/1874: Florence Matilda b Tas.

16/11/1865: At Hobart Police court, an information by Sub-Inspector Dorsett, against Francis Moran, charging him with having on the 11th last, feloniously wounded his wife Mary Ann Moran, by striking her on the head with a toma- hawk with intent to do grievous bodily harm.

Mary Ann Moran, a weakly looking woman, was sworn, and said that on the 11th instant, her husband and she were quarrelling. It was poverty made them quarrel, and they had both been drinking, she was as bad as he was. They had a fight. She could not remember how she got the wound in her head. It was a slight wound and not dangerous. The witness here hesitated very much, and declined to say how she got the wound in her head. She said it would be wrong for her to say anyone else gave her the wound, but she would not swear that her husband gave it her.

Mr. Jones after endeavouring to obtain a direct answer from the witness, said her conduct was contempt of court, and he had power to commit her, but the case was a painful one and he should allow her to stand back a little, and reflect while the other evidence was taken.

Henry Moran, a lad about eight years of age, was examined as to the nature of an oath, and having bean sworn deposed : The prisoner is my father, and the last witness is my mother. I was outside on Saturday last. My father and mother were inside our house. I heard no quarrelling between them. I saw mother across the road at the butcher’s, and her head was bleeding. It was in the middle of the day. I don’t know how my mother’s head came to be bleeding. I don’t know the tomahawk (produced.) I have seen it at our house. I don’t know if it was father’s. Mother brought me here to-day. She did not talk to me about the case. I did not see the tomahawk on Saturday last. I saw Mr. Dorsett then. I showed him the tomahawk. When I said I did not see it, I forgot I said nothing when I showed Mr. Dorsett the tomahawk, only ” there it is.”

Mary Ann Moran, was now re-called and appear- ed with a young infant in her arms. In answer to the magistrate, she said she did not want to tell any lies, but did not know what to say.

Mr. Reynolds : Will you swear that your husband did not inflict the wound on your head with a tomahawk?

Witness . No, Sir, I can’. He did. Mr. Reynolds : How did it happen?

Witness: We were fighting, and I felt the blow, and cried out ” You wretch, youv’e killed me.” The tomahawk produced is the same. It was in a little room, and he ran and got it after he knocked me down, and I was down when he struck me. My head bled very much. I ran for Mr. Dorsett, but did not reach that far when I fell down insensible. I was taken in a cab to the Hospital, where Dr. Hall saw me. My head was dressed, and I came out the same night.

The prisoner cross-examined the witness as to the fact of their having been drinking with some friends, all of which she admitted.

Dr. Edward Swarbreck Hall deposed to having seen the woman Mary Ann Moran, in Elizabeth- street, on Saturday last. She had a cut in her head from which a great deal of blood was flowing, She appeared in a state of insensibillty. He took her in a cab to the hospital, and there found an incised wound, one inch and 1/2 long, and penetrating to the bone, across the upper part of the back of the head. When the woman became sensible, she said ” Her husband had done it with a tomahawk.” The tomahawk produced would be calculated to produce the wound he had described.

To the Bench : I saw nothing near the place where the woman was lying which would be likely to have caused such a wound.

Sub-Inspector Dorsett deposed to having arrested the prisoner. The boy Henry Moran pointed to the tomahawk, and said, ” there is the tomahawk my father struck my mother with.” Witness took possession of the tomahawk, the handle of which seemed as if it had been scraped, There were no marks of blood visible upon it. Prisoner denied having struck his wife.

Prisoner made no statement, but called Elizabeth Smith, who gave evidence as to having been drinking with the prisoner and his wife. She saw no quarrelling, but afterwards saw the woman with blood running somewhere from the back of the neck.

17/11/1865: Prisoner was now fully committed for trial.

7/12/1865:  The case was heard at the Supreme Court, Hobart. Francis Moran pleaded not guilty to an information charging him with having on the 11th. November feloniously wounded his wife, Mary Ann Moran, by striking her on the head with a tomahawk.

This case has been fully reported in our columns. The man and woman had been fighting for several days, and during a scuffle it was alleged that he hit her on the head with tomahawk. The prisoner cross-examined the witnesses, and read a long written statement to the jury, detailing the events of the afternoon. He asserted that the wound was caused by the woman having fallen against a stool in the house. She afterwards got up and went out, and he heard no more of her for twenty minutes, when he was taken into custody on this charge. He called Henry Moran, his son, who deposed that he came to the house with Mr. Dorsett who asked for the tomahawk, and he pointed it out to him. The witness was cross-examined by the Attorney General.

His Honor then summed up, and the jury after a short absence returned a verdict of not guilty.

8/12/1865: Prisoner was discharged.

6/3/1876: At the City Police Court, Melbourne, Francis Moran, and his wife, now calling herself Eliza, were each sentenced to six months hard labour for vagrancy. They had been arrested with their three young daughters, the eldest two being sent to Industrial Schools for seven & three years respectively. The youngest child to go with her mother.

21/8/1876: Discharged from Penal Settlement Castlemaine, VIc 21 Aug 1876. Tried Melbourne 6 Mar 1876 for vagrancy - 6 months. 62” grey hair, blue eyes. Scar on each eyebrow and chin. Mouth prominent.

6/8/1899: Francis Moran died at Cambridge Street, Collingwood, Victoria - died of Senile Debility, aged 78 years, a stonemason.
(Born in Manchester, Eng., 22 years in Tasmania, 27 years in Victoria).

Parents: Michael Moran, stonemason and Mary Ann Moran, formerly McManus.

Informant: Eliza Moran, wife, 92 Cambridge Street, Collingwood.

Mary Ann Moran died in 1902 in Victoria - Listed as Eliza Moran.

Penny-Lyn Beale on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Elizabeth Smith:

UK, Royal Navy Medical Journals, 1817-1856
Name; Elizabeth Smith
Age: 19
Birth Year: 1812
Treatment Year: 1830 - 1831
Treatment Place: United Kingdom
Nature of the Disease; Parturition [the action of giving birth to young; childbirth.]
Date taken ill:  3 April 1831.
Notes; As the full period of pregnancy was livid with labour pains yesterday afternoon, at 2 this morning after an easy and natural labour was delivered of a female infant, strong and healthy. Mother recovered well and was landed at Sydney with infant in good Health

Penny-Lyn Beale on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Martha Smith:

New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842.

Name; Martha Smith, alias Palmer alias Kean alias Cain
Ship; Earl of Liverpool. 1831
Indent No; 200 31. 81
Age;  26 Est birth Year; 1805
Reads. Widow, 1 male child at home and and 1 male child ON BOARD
Religion; Protestant
Native Place; Glasgow
Calling; All work, washes, Housemaid
Offence; Stealing money
Date of Trial: Glasgow. 9 Sep 1830
Sentence;    7 years -  previous convictions; none
Height; 5 ft. 5 1/4
Complexion; Sallow and slightly freckled
Hair; Brown
Eyes; Hazel
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Penny-Lyn Beale on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Mary Mccallum:

New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842.

Name; Mary McCallam alias McKinnon
Ship; Earl of Liverpool. 1831
Indent No; 198- 31. 79
Age;  29 Est birth Year; 1802
Reads. Married 1 male child and 2 female children [ 1 female children ON BOARD]
Religion; Protestant
Native Place; Argyle shire
Calling; All work, washes, plain cook
Offence; Stealing clothes
Date of Trial: Glasgow. 8 Sep 1830
Sentence;    7 years -  previous convictions; none
Height; 5 ft. 0 1/2
Complexion; Ruddy freckled
Hair; Brown to grey
Eyes; Hazel grey
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Penny-Lyn Beale on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Jane Or Jean Mcdonald:

New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842.

Name; Jean alias Jane McDonald alias Fletcher
Ship; Earl of Liverpool. 1831
Indent No; 187 - 31. 68.
Age;  40 Est birth Year; 1791
Read. Widow - 2 Male children - 1 female [ON BOARD]. Religion; Protestant
Native Place; Stirlingshire
Calling; Housemaid
Offence; Stealing a gown
Date of Trial: Edinburgh. 14 Jun 1830
Sentence;  7 years   -  previous convictions; none
Height; 5 ft.  1 3/4
Complexion; Ruddy
Hair; Brown
Eyes; Grey

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Penny-Lyn Beale on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Ann Knox:

New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842.

Name; Ann Knox
Ship; Earl of Liverpool. 1831
Indent No; 199 - 31. 80
Age; 22   Est birth Year; 1813
Reads, Single with 1 Male child Religion; Protestant
Native Place; Renfrewshire
Calling; Housemaid, country work
Offence; Incest
Date of Trial: Glasgow, 9 Sep 1830
Sentence; 14 years -  previous convictions - None
Height; 4 ft. 11 3/4 in
Complexion; Ruddy, fair, freckled
Hair; Light brown
Eyes; Grey
Noted against name; HALF BROTHER; Andrew White, convicted same crime and expected out
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Penny-Lyn Beale on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Mary Or Leslie Taylor:

New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842.

Name; Mary Taylor alias Leslie
Ship; Earl of Liverpool. 1831
Indent No; 191 - 31. 72
Age;  23 Est birth Year; 1808
Read; Widow. Religion; Protestant
Native Place; Dublin
Calling; Housemaid
Offence; Stealing a watch
Date of Trial: Edinburgh, 14 July 1830
Sentence;  7 years   -  previous convictions - 2 months
Height; 5 ft. 2 1/2
Complexion; Ruddy, much pock pitted and freckled
Hair; Light Brown
Eyes; Hazel grey

Noted against name; MOTHER; here Jane Marshall or Bonner about 4 years ago
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Penny-Lyn Beale on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Janet Gunn:

New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842.

Name; Janet Gunn alias Bain
Ship; Earl of Liverpool. 1831
Indent No; 190 - 31 . 71
Age;  30 Est birth Year; 1801
Read & Write; Married
Religion; Protestant
Native Place; Caithness
Calling; Laundress, housemaid, needlewoman
Offence; Stealing a watch
Date of Trial: Edinburgh. 13 July 1830
Sentence;    7 years -  previous convictions - none
Height; 5 ft. 2 inches
Complexion; Ruddy
Hair; Brown
Eyes; Hazel
Noted against name; NEPHEW; Daniel Gunn, here about 3 years ago
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Penny-Lyn Beale on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Catherine Mcgilvray:

New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842.

Name; Catherine McGilvary
Ship; Earl of Liverpool. 1831
Indent No; 185 - 31. 66
Age;  30 Est birth Year; 1801
Read. Single; Religion; Protestant
Native Place; Isle of Skey
Calling; All work, dairymaid
Offence; Stealing milk
Date of Trial: Edinburgh. 31 May 1830
Sentence;    7 years -  previous convictions; none
Height; 5 ft. 1 in
Complexion; Ruddy, fair, freckled and pock pitted
Hair; Light brown
Eyes; grey
Noted against name; BROTHER; Alexander McGilvray, about 7 years ago
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Penny-Lyn Beale on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Hannah Garden:

New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842.

Name; Hannah Garden
Ship; Earl of Liverpool. 1831
Indent No; 178 - 31. 59
Age; 20   Est birth Year; 1811
Read, Single;. Religion; Protestant
Native Place; Aberdeen
Calling; Housemaid all work, farm work
Offence; Stealing clothes
Date of Trial: Aberdeen 30 Sep 1830
Sentence;  7 years   -  previous convictions; none
Height; 5 ft. 9 in
Complexion; Ruddy, much freckled
Hair; Brown
Eyes; Hazel grey
Assigned
Noted against name;  Mark on third finger, left hand. NIECE to Indent No; 31 - 176. Elizabeth Gordon alias Young
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Penny-Lyn Beale on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Jean Young:

New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842.

Name; Jean Young alias Forbes
Ship; Earl of Liverpool. 1831
Indent No; 177 - 31. 58
Age; 32   Est birth Year; 1799
Read. Widow. 2 male children and 2 female children in England and 1 female child ON BOARD.
Religion; Protestant
Native Place; Newcastle
Calling; All work, country
Offence; Stealing clothes
Date of Trial: Aberdeen, 30 Sep 1830
Sentence;  7 years   -  previous convictions - None
Height; 5 ft. 1 in
Complexion; Dark Sallow
Hair; Black
Eyes; Brown

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Penny-Lyn Beale on 24th November, 2020 wrote of Ann Lee:

New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842.

Name; Ann Lee alias Smith
Ship; Earl of Liverpool. 1831
Indent No; 154 - 31. 35
Age; 23   Est birth Year; 1804
Read, Married - 1 male child [ON BOARD]. Religion; Protestant
Native Place; London
Calling; Cook and all work
Offence; Stealing sugar thongs
Date of Trial: Middlesex. 8 July 1830
Sentence;  7 years   -  previous convictions; none
Height; 5 ft. 4 in
Complexion; Pale, freckled
Hair; Dark Brown to black
Eyes; Dark Brown
Noted against name; Cast inwards of left eye
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