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Details for the convict Sarah Meyers (1821)

Convict Name:Sarah Meyers
Trial Place:Middlesex Gaol Delivery
Trial Date:6 December 1820
Sentence:Life
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Arrival Details
Ship:Providence II (1)
Arrival Year:1821
 
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Biographies

Born C1803
Hounsditch, London

Crime: Larceny from a person
Sentence: Life

Gaol Report: Very bad
Transported on Providence 11 1821
Features in the book "Notorious Strumpets and Dangerous Women"
10th July 1824 - charged with "Insolence" and sent to the Female Factory in Hobart 5th June 1826 - Charged with "Absconding from her masters premises - Reprimanded. 15th September 1826 - Charged with Absconding from her master - Sentenced to Female Factory Crime Class Church of England Chaplain William Garrard of Pitt Water married Thomas Arnott (now a chairmaker) and Sarah Meyers in 1827, their marriage was witnessed by Sarah Gunn,
Thomas and Sarah had two daughters, Hannah in 1830 and Priscilla in 1831
Sarah Meyers died in 1832 of fits
First recognition of the Jewish faith in Australia
Submitted by Researcher (4292) on 11 June 2015

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Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/4, p.37

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