Miles, Sarah
Entry 2306 Sex: F Alias: MILLS, Sarah
Born: at :
Bapt: at:
Died: 15 October 1836 at: Sydney Benevolent Asylum, Sydney, NSW
Buried: -- October 1836 at: Sydney, NSW

Conviction Details

Status on Arrival: Convict Ship: Lady Juliana - 1790
Crime: Assault and Highway Robbery Sentence: Death commuted to Life
Tried at: Old Bailey Trial Date: 7 May 1788

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Physical Description

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Known Number of Marriages/Partners 2 Known Number of Children 0
Entry Partners Name Marriage Date Marriage Place FGS
9177? Collins, Thomas 27 July 1790 St Phillip's, Sydney, NSW
4798? Hyams, Thomas Cohabiting by 1801


April 1789 - Called before the bar of the Old Bailey and offered a pardon on the condition she accept transportation for Life. She was one of seven women who, when made this offer, refused to accept the conditions. She later relented and accepted the offer of transportation
12 June 1789 - Discharged from Newgate Gaol for embarkation on the 'Lady Juliana' transport
Sarah's 1790 marriage to Thomas COLLINS broke down and she was living with Thomas HYAMS by 1801 when they were recorded as living together. HYAMS died on 18 August 1801
1806 - Recorded in the Muster as living alone, self-employed and without children
December 1809 - Sold a house at The Rocks in Sydney for £105 (to be paid in installments up to April 1810 - She charged 8% interest on the sale)
1814 - The Muster of this year records similar circumstances for Sarah

No record after 1814 has been located and confirmed to be of this woman however the death of a Sarah MILLS in the Sydney Benevolent Asylum in 1836 may have been the Second Fleeter
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