Yeomans, Ann
Entry 3275 Sex: F Alias:
Born: 1759 at :
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Conviction Details

Status on Arrival: Convict Ship: Lady Juliana - 1790
Crime: Steal a linen frock and a silk ribbon Sentence: 7 years
Tried at: Old Bailey Trial Date: 12 September 1787

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Known Number of Marriages/Partners 1 Known Number of Children 0
Entry Partners Name Marriage Date Marriage Place FGS
309 Blackhall, William 18 November 1790 Norfolk Island

June 1794 - Recorded as childless and married to William Blackhall. The couple were living on a small farm near Sydney Town, Norfolk Island's main settlement
January 1813 - Ann and William sailed for Port Dalrymple in Van Diemens Land. They were among the last to be evacuated when the first Norfolk Island settlement was closed down. They were granted 40 acres at Norfolk Plains
6 August 1827 - Ann's husband died
October 1827 - Ann petitioned for the continuance of her husband's overseers pension. He had been employed as an overseer for eighteen years and had been allowed to retire, due to an infirmity, on a pension of £12/10/- per annum. In his comments regarding this petition, Edward Abbott the Civil Commandant at Launceston remarked that Ann had a Marriage Certificate, signed by the Reverend Richard Johnson certifying that she and William Blackhall had married on 18 November 1790

Ann's death has not been traced in the records
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