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Details for the convict Mary O'Neil (1837)

Convict Name:Mary O'Neil
Trial Place:Kerry
Trial Date:1836
Sentence:7
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Arrival Details
Ship:Sir Charles Forbes (4)
Arrival Year:1837
 
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Mary Neil Arrived 1837 per ship Sir Charles Forbes.Mary was born County Kerry
in 1814,Occupation Dairy maid,could not read or write,Crime stealing money.Grey eyes,Sandy hair,5 feet 3 inches tall,
Thomas Crawford gave permission for his assigned servant Mary Neill to marry Robert Stewart who arrived on the ship"Burrell"1830 and has a certificate of freedom.Mary and Robert had 5 children.( see Robert Stewart)
Mary received her Certificate of freedom 1843.
Sources.Convict Indent. Permission to marry.Cert.of freedom.B.D.M.
Submitted by Researcher (3956) on 2 April 2015

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