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Details for the convict Mary Ann Bevis (1827)

Convict Name:Mary Ann Bevis
Trial Place:Middlesex Gaol Delivey
Trial Date:10 January 1826
Sentence:14 years
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Arrival Details
Ship:Sir Charles Forbes (2)
Arrival Year:1827
 
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Mary Ann Bevis (Beavis) was born to William and Sarah Beavis at Whitechapel on the 11th of September 1805.

She was convicted at the Old Bailey for pocketpicking on the 16th February 1826 and sentenced to 14 years transportation. She arrived in Hobart on 3rd January 1827 and noted that her brother George Beavis had been convicted and transported three and a half years previous.

Mary Ann married John Balls in Hobart on the 25th of October 1830 and obtained her certificate of freedom on the 10th March 1840.
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Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/6, p.59

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