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Details for the convict Judith McNeal (1796)

Convict Name:Judith McNeal
Trial Place:Northumberland (Newcastle upon Tyne) Quarter Session
Trial Date:15 April 1795
Sentence:7 years
Arrival Details
Arrival Year:1796
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Judith McNeal(aka McNamara)was sentenced to seven years transportation at the Northumberland Quarter Sessions on 15th April 1795. A newspaper report claimed she stole a black silk cloak and a checked apron.
She arrived per the "Indispensible" on the 30th April 1796.
From the musters she was:
Self employed at Parramatta (1806)
Free and off stores (!814)
The wife of William Skinner(?)(1816)
Widowed (1817)
Married-no husband named(1821)
There are suggestions that she was the mother of Elizabeth McNamara born in the colony c1810 but without evidence that can't be proved.
Submitted by Researcher (521) on 7 September 2016

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  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/1, p.207

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