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4715


Hook, Mary
Entry 4715 Sex: F Alias:
Born: 1770 at : Lancashire, England
Bapt: at:
Died: 1 October 1849 at: Parramatta, NSW
Buried: at: St John's, Parramatta, NSW

Conviction Details

Status on Arrival: Convict Ship: Lady Juliana - 1790
Crime: Steal 10 guineas & a black silk cloak from her employer Sentence: Death Commuted to 7 years
Tried at: Old Bailey Trial Date: 7 May 1788

Parent Details

Father: NE Hook, Theodore Mother:

Physical Description

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Partners

Known Number of Marriages/Partners 2 Known Number of Children 9
Entry Partners Name Marriage Date Marriage Place FGS
SU UNKNOWN
9258? Humm, Daniel 6 March 1810 St Phillip's, Sydney, NSW

NOTES:
April 1789 - Reprieved to 7 years transportation
7 May 1789 - Transferred from Newgate Gaol to the 'Lady Juliana' transport (Age given as 18)
1 August 1790 - Sent to Norfolk Island, from Port Jackson, on the 'Surprise'
The father of her first two children is unclear from the recprds.
February 1793 - Daniel HUMM, a Private in the NSW Corps, arrives on Norfolk Island. Shortly after this he and Mary commenced living together
November 1794 - Daniel HUMM returned to Sydney
August 1795 - Mary returns to Sydney, from Norfolk Island, and rejoins Daniel HUMM
1805 - Early in the year Mary, Daniel and their children moved to Sydney.
1806 - Mary and Daniel were recorded with two male and four female children. Mary became a skilled businesswoman in Sydney
1809/10 - Mary and Daniel were recording as keeping a Public House and a shop in George Street, Sydney, opposite the Market Place
May 1811 - Mary advertised, in her own name, goods for sale in a shop. She also advertised for sale a house and a bakehouse at 52 George Street.
1814 - The family was recorded as living in Parramatta.
November 1827 - Daniel Senior was buried at St John's Church Cemetery at Parramatta
June 1842 - Daniel Junior was buried at Parramatta, shortly after returning from 28 years of military service overseas

3 October 1849 - An obituary in the "Sydney Morning Herald" stated that Mary was the widow of Daniel HUMM and was to be buried at Parramatta with her husband and son. She was aged 79 and had lived in the colony for 60 years
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