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Details for the convict Ann Starmer (1804)

Convict Name:Ann Starmer
Trial Place:Northampton
Trial Date:1803
Sentence:7
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Arrival Details
Ship:Experiment I
Arrival Year:1804
 
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  • Researcher (1746)
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Born 16 AUG 1767 Kettering, Northamptonshire, England. On 19 July 1803, she was convicted at Northampton of some crime (still unknown), and sentenced to transportation to Australia for seven years. She spent a few months in prison before being put on board the convict ship Experiment sailing from Cowes on the Isle of Wight on 2 January 1804. She arrived at Port Jackson (Sydney) on 12 June 1804 (1). Read more on this page here. http://charlesduval.org/ann_starmer_1767-1825

Died 28 OCT 1825 New South Wales, Australia
Submitted by Researcher (Wayne Hicking) on 31 October 2017

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