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Details for the convict Ann Relph (1831)

Convict Name:Ann Relph
Trial Place:Surrey Assizes
Trial Date:12 August 1830
Arrival Details
Ship:America (2)
Arrival Year:1831
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  • Researcher (David French)
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Anne Relph was found guilty of steeling money and a gold watch from her mistress. It seems she had previous convictions. She married John Richardson - 1801-1851 and had a daughter Charlotte. Charlotte married Issac Linnell French, whose father was also a convict. John Richardson was murdered in mysterious circumstances in Hobart, and was widely supported at his funeral.
Submitted by Researcher (David French) on 13 May 2019

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  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/7, p.549
  • Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office (TAHO) : CON19-1-12, America 9 May 1831, p.67

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