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Ann Slater

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Name, Aliases & Gender

Name: Ann Slater
Aliases: none
Gender: f

Birth, Occupation & Death

Date of Birth: 1761
Occupation: -
Date of Death: 1806
Age: 45 years

Life Span

Life span

Female median life span was 56 years*

* Median life span based on contributions

Conviction & Transportation

Sentence Severity

Sentence Severity

Sentenced to 7 years

Crime: Unknown
Convicted at: Ireland, Dublin
Sentence term: 7 years
Ship: Queen
Departure date: April, 1791
Arrival date: 26th September, 1791
Place of arrival New South Wales
Passenger manifest Travelled with 45 other convicts

References

Primary source: Mayberry, Peter; Irish Convicts to NSW 1788-1849 (online database) Baxter, Carol; Musters of New South Wales and Norfolk Island: 1800-1802
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Community Contributions

Denis Pember on 3rd July, 2016 wrote:

In the colony, Ann formed a liaison with Edward Whitton (First Fleet Convict, Scarborough, 1788).
The couple had at least three children:-
Jane (1794-1794); Mary Ann (1790-1865) and William (1799 - ??).  The daughter Mary Ann, later married John Ecclestone (Convict, Lord Sidmouth, 1819).

Ann can be located on the 1802 Muster [Ref AG 287] with 30 acres of land, 16 acres wheat, 10 acres maize, off stores and with 2 children (Mary Ann and William). Her partner, Edward, who had been granted the land died in 1802.

In 1803 Ann married John Norman (Convict, Royal Admiral, 1792).  The couple did not have any children. Ann herself died around 1806 and does not appear in the 1806 muster. John Norman does [Ref A3271 and also B0201] with 30 acres: 14 wheat, 8 maize, 3 barley and 20 roods potatoes. ## The farm is recorded as held by right of his wife. The two children are recorded again in 1814 with their step-father.

Phil Hands on 24th September, 2017 wrote:

The ‘Queen’ was carrying the first Irish convicts sent directly from Ireland. The youngest was David Fay of Dublin, aged 11 years and the oldest was Patrick Fitzgerald, aged 64. The youngest female convict was Mary Whelan aged 18 years, and the oldest, Margaret Stephenson was 50. The Queen also carried four children of the female convicts and one free woman, Mrs Ann Jamison wife of Sergeant John Jamison of the New South Wales Corps.

Ann had a defacto relationshiop with convict Edward Whitton (‘Scarborough’ 1788), that produed 3 children, 1 of which died at birth. After Edward died in 1802, she married convict John Norman (‘Royal Admiral’ 1792)at St Phillips Church of England Sydney on 28th August 1803.

Ann died aged 45 years in 1806 at Windsor.
It is believed that she was buried in the Green Hills burial Ground, South Creek, Bridge St, in Windsor NSW, where Edward is buried

Convict Changes History

Denis Pember on 3rd July, 2016 made the following changes:

convicted at, term: 7 years, voyage, source: Mayberry, Peter; Irish Convicts to NSW 1788-1849 (online database) Baxter, Carol; Musters of New South Wales and Norfolk Island: 1800-1802 (prev. ), firstname: Ann, surname: Slater, alias1: , alias2: , alias3:

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