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Details for the convict Jane Carr (1801)

Convict Name:Jane Carr
Trial Place:Yorkshire
Trial Date:1800
Sentence:7
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Ship:Earl Cornwallis
Arrival Year:1801
 
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Jane was born in 1769 in Middleton, England, daughter of William Carr and Grace Hodgson.

1800
Charged with theft at Leeds, Yorkshire. Sentenced to 7 years in the new colony.

10 Jun 1801 • Sydney Cove New South Wales
By the time the "Earl of Cornwallis" docked, Jane and William Henry had formed a relationship which lasted all their lives.

Married William Henry also a convict and had 3 children.
Died in 1849 in Lane Cove, New South Wales
Submitted by Researcher (GAIL COLWELL) on 5 December 2018

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