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Details for the convict Ann Clark (1831)

Convict Name:Ann Clark
Trial Place:Lancaster Quarter Session
Trial Date:10 May 1830
Sentence:14 years
Arrival Details
Ship:Earl of Liverpool
Arrival Year:1831
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Ann Clark was was born in Dublin in 1811 and was working in Lancaster as a housemaid, she could read and write and also did needlework.she was convicted of stealing a notebook and 130 pounds and was sentenced to 14 years transportation.her trial was held on the 10th May 1830. she was described as having a dark ruddy complexion with brown eyes and hair, and had a scar on her forehead (right side), she was 4 ft 91/4in.tall.

she left from London on the Earl of Liverpool on the 3rd December 1830 and arrived in Sydney on the 5th April 1831.
She spent time at the Female Factory and was granted her Ticket of leave in April 1844, she was granted a bond as long as she remained married to John Alexander. She died in August 1855 aged 44 years.
Submitted by Researcher (Gail Alexander) on 9 May 2014

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  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/7, p.533
  • State Records NSW (SRNSW) : CGS1155 , Reels 2417-2428, 1830, Earl of Liverpool, p.1

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