Thompson, Mary
Entry 9031 Sex: F Alias:
Born: 1769 at :
Bapt: at:
Died: 28 March 1824 at: Hobart, Van Diemens Land
Buried: -- March 1824 at: St David's cemetery, Hobart, Van Diemens Land

Conviction Details

Status on Arrival: Convict Ship: Lady Juliana - 1790
Crime: Steal a silver watch Sentence: 7 years
Tried at: Lincoln Assizes Trial Date: March 1789

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Known Number of Marriages/Partners 1 Known Number of Children 7
Entry Partners Name Marriage Date Marriage Place FGS
820 Pigott, Samuel Norfolk Island

April 1789 - Sent from Lincoln Gaol to london for embarkation on the 'Lady Juliana' transport. An administrative error lists her as being ordered on board the 'Neptune'
Sent to Norfolk Island. The first record of her presence in the colony shows her being issued with a pig on Norfolk Island in February 1791. She is not listed in the Island's victualling books under the name of Mary Thompson. It is probable that she used an alias or alternative name that can no longer be traced to her.
July 1791 - Mary and her partner were listed as farming a small piece of land near Sydney Town, Norfolk Island's main settlement
September 1792 - Left Norfolk Island for Port Jackson on the 'Atlantic'. Samule sailed with her
31 October 1812 - Mary's husband had a notice printed in the Sydney Gazette in which he stated that she had "eloped from his house without any just cause or provocation" and he disclaimed responsibility for her debts
May 1817 - Samuel Piggot (or Picket) died at Parramatta
29 January 1820 - As Mary Pickett, widow of Samuel, she advertised her imminent departure for Hobart, Van Diemens Land
1819 - Listed in the Muster at Hobart with holdings which included 50 cattle

1822 - Mustered as Mary Pigot
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