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Details for the convict Mary Cable (1804)

Convict Name:Mary Cable
Trial Place:Essex
Trial Date:1803
Sentence:7
Notes:aka Kable
 
Arrival Details
Ship:Experiment I
Arrival Year:1804
 
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Mary Cable (also incorrectly spelt Kable) was tried at Essex England 19 April 1803 and sentenced to 7 years transportation. She arrived at Port Jackson 12 June 1804 per 'Experiment'. She married convict Thomas Rudd (1801 per 'Earl of Cornwallis') on 12 June 1806 at St John's Parramatta with whom she had twelve children. Their children subsequently married into fellow early convict families. Following Thomas' death in 1830 Mary married a Thomas Adams in 1833 at St Peters Campbelltown. She died 28 June 1860 at Campbelltown and was said to be aged 84 years making her date of birth in England about 1776 and making her about 42 years of age when the last child was born in 1818.
Submitted by Researcher (1957) on 4 November 2015

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