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Mary Ann Hayter
Mary Ann Hayter, one of 101 convicts transported on the Lucy Davidson, 10 July 1829
Name, Aliases & Gender
||Mary Ann Hayter
Birth, Occupation & Death
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life span was 61 years*
* Median life span based on contributions
Conviction & Transportation
Sentenced to 14 years
||Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 89, Class and Piece Number HO11/7, Page Number 107 (56)
||This record is one of the entries in the British convict transportation registers 1787-1867 database compiled by State Library of Queensland from British Home Office (HO) records which are available on microfilm as part of the Australian Joint Copying Project.
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Roger Churm on 30th April, 2019 wrote:
Old Bailey Proceedings
John Rawlins,Mary Ann Hayter,Theft,simple larceny
934.John Rawlins and Mary Ann Hayter were indicted for stealing,on the 14th of March,2 sheets,value 5s;1 clock,value 10s;1 pair if bellows value 1s;1 counterpane,value 5s;1 candlestick,value 6d;2 pillowcases,value 1s;1 looking -glass value 2s 6d,anw1 flatiron,value 6d.,the goods of Richard Lowe.
Hayter pleaded GUILTY
Richard Lowe.U live at No.74,Turnmill-street.I let a lodging to the prisoners on the 23rd I
or 24th of February-they left on the 14th of March without notice;I got into the room and missed the property stated;I.had left them both out on the Saturday night with a bundle a basket.
Daniel Painter. I am an officer.I apprehended Hayter-the property had not been found.
Rawlin’s Defence.I know nothing of the robbery-this woman knows so;I took nothing out of the room.
RAWLINS- GUILTY Aged 36
936 John Rawlins and Mary Ann Hayter were again indicted for Ste,on the 28th of March ,1 bed,values 21;1 looking glass,value 8s;1 bolster,value 3s;2 sheets,value 2s;1 counterpane value 2s;1 pillow value 2s;1 candlestick value 1s;4 prints,framed,value 3s; 1 pillow case,value 6d;3 brass weights,value 2s,and 2 window-curtains,value 1s.,the goods of William Clark.
Hayter pleaded GUILTY
Elizabeth Clark.I am the wife of William Clark;we live in Great Sutton street,Hayter came and took my lodging on the 25th of March -she asked if I would let her husband look at it;Rawlins stood opposite;she beckoned him up -he said.“My dear do ya like the room"she said"Yes-it was 4s 6d.If I find sheets and 5s.if I don’t"they came in the same night,and were there all the week;they went in and out several times -Hayter came on the Saturday evening,about six o’clock and said"Is my husband here"I said No:she said"What a lucky house your’s it’s-my husband has met with a person who paid him half a sovereign,and am t have another presently,and will pay you"the articles stated were my property,and were all lost.
Prisoner Rawlins.Q.Do say I was present at the lodging ?.A.Yes;I have heard you there as late as half-past ten o’clock- I never saw you go out with a bundle.
Daniel Painter.I took the prisoners,these few feathers were left in the rom.
Rawlins Defence I know nothing at all of the property going any more than you do,who are about to sentence me.
RAWLINGS- GUILTY.Aged 36
Transported for Seven Years for each offence
Convict Changes History
Roger Churm on 30th April, 2019 made the following changes: