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Details for the convict Ann Fay (1796)

Convict Name:Ann Fay
Trial Place:Dublin
Trial Date:1795
Sentence:7
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Ship:Marquis Cornwallis
Arrival Year:1796
 
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Anne was tried in Kelmainham Quarter Sessions at Dublin in May 1795 and sentenced to 7 years transportation. The verdict was “Ann Fay and Catherine Byrne, found guilty of felony on a dwelling house, to the value of 4 shillings and 9 pence”. Anne arrived in 1796 on the Marquis Cornwallis
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