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3251


Wood, Ann
Entry 3251 Sex: F Alias:
Born: 1764 at :
Bapt: at:
Died: at:
Buried: at:

Conviction Details

Status on Arrival: Convict Ship: Lady Juliana - 1790
Crime: Steal a coat, breeches, buckles & stockings Sentence: 7 years
Tried at: Old Bailey Trial Date: 24 October 1787

Parent Details

Father: Mother:

Physical Description

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Partners

Known Number of Marriages/Partners 2 Known Number of Children 0
Entry Partners Name Marriage Date Marriage Place FGS
4958? Joy, Richard
10031? Lovegrove, William

NOTES:
Ann was tried and convicted with Elizabeth Ayres for the same crime
February 1791 - Jointly issued a sow with Richard JOY. The couple lived on a small farm at Cascade (Phillipsburg) on Norfolk Island
December 1795 - Richard JOY died
1797/1801 - Ann returned to Sydney some time in this period
1806 - Listed in the Muster as self-employed, single and childless
1814 - Mustered as being single and a resident of Sydney
1822 - Mustered as the wife of William Lovegrove, a brewer in Sydney
1824 - William died
1825 - Ann was listed as being employed by publican Reuben Hannan (per 'Admiral Gambier') Hannan lived in Sydney with his wife and children. Ann was working for him at Campbelltown

She has not been traced in later records
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