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3061


Steel, Ann (Mrs)
Entry 3061 Sex: F Alias:
Born: 1762 at :
Bapt: at:
Died: at:
Buried: at:

Conviction Details

Status on Arrival: Convict Ship: Lady Juliana - 1790
Crime: Highway Robbery Sentence: Death commuted to Life
Tried at: Old Bailey Trial Date: 12 September 1787

Parent Details

Father: Mother:

Physical Description

Literacy Religion Trade/Calling
Visage Build Native Place
Complexion Hair Eyes Height
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Partners

Known Number of Marriages/Partners 2 Known Number of Children 1
Entry Partners Name Marriage Date Marriage Place FGS
NE Steel, ? England
290 Bayley, James Cohabiting on Norfolk Island in 1791

NOTES:
At her trial it was stated that Ann was married and that her husband, a seaman, was out of the country. Her child was living out of town
April 1788 - Reprieved to transportation for Life
7 May 1789 - Embarked on the 'Lady Juliana' transport
August 1790 - Sent to Norfolk Island from Sydney
February 1791 - Ann and her partner James Bayley were issued with a sow. This produced a litter of 7 in June
2 April 1791 - A female convict named Steel (either Ann or Elizabeth - which is not certain) was sentenced to 50 lashes for telling the Commandant a lie
July 1791 - Ann and James were recorded as living on a small farm near Sydney Town, Norfolk Island's main settlement
1794 - It appears from the records that Ann and James had seperated by this time
February 1805 - Ann was still on Norfolk Island
1811 - Mustered as living at Hobart in Van Diemens Land. She was mustered there in both 1818 and 1822

No record of Ann's death has been traced
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