Fidoe, Jane
Entry 9828 Sex: F Alias:
Born: 1747 at :
Bapt: at:
Died: - April 1806 at: Sydney, NSW
Buried: 3 April 1806 at: St Phillip's, Sydney, NSW

Conviction Details

Status on Arrival: Convict Ship: Lady Juliana - 1790
Crime: Receiving Stolen Goods Sentence: 14 years
Tried at: Bristol Quarter Sessions Trial Date: January 1788

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Known Number of Marriages/Partners 2 Known Number of Children 3
Entry Partners Name Marriage Date Marriage Place FGS
NE Fidoe, ? England
4327? Girdler, Henry Cohabiting from at least 1791

Jane was tried and sentenced along with Elizabeth FIDOE (aged 21 and presumed to be her daughter). Her other daughter Alice was sentence to 14 years transportation at Bristol in June 1788 (also for receiving stolen goods). All three were transported on the 'Lady Juliana'. A James FIDOE (aged 18) was sentenced to transportation at Bristol in April 1786. Although he had been sent to the 'Dunkirk' hulk there are no records of his ever having reached New South Wales.
April 1789 - Sent from Bristol Gaol to the 'Lady Juliana' transport along with Alice and Elizabeth
February 1791 - Records show that Jane was issued with a pig from Government stocks
February 1795 - Left Norfolk Island for Sydney
May 1796 - Jane was given permission to return to Norfolk Island. It was at this time that she started (or re-commenced) living with GIRDLER
1801 - Jane and Henry GIRDLER had returned to the mainland by this time and were mustered as resident in Sydney

1806 - Jane was buried (as Alice FIDOE) at Sydney
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