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Details for the convict Ann Ball (1834)

Convict Name:Ann Ball
Trial Place:Somerset Quarter Sessions
Trial Date:30 December 1833
Sentence:14 years
Notes:
 
Arrival Details
Ship:Edward (3)
Arrival Year:1834
 
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  • Researcher (Grace Clark)
  • Researcher (Graeme Boxhall)
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Research notes

Name: Ball, Ann Record Type: Convicts Arrival date: 4 Sep 1834 Departure date: 5 May 1834 Departure port: Woolwich Ship: Edward Voyage number: 118 Index number: 2566Record ID: NAME_INDEXES:137
Submitted by Researcher (Grace Clark) on 19 October 2016
Ann Ball was assigned to Thomas Archer of "Woolmers", in Longford, most likely to be a domestic servant. Ann and Isaac Boxhall were married on the 23rd of February 1838 at Christ Church, Longford
Submitted by Researcher (Grace Clark) on 19 October 2016
On 15th of December 1842,Ann was granted a Conditional Pardon. Ann had served eight years of her original fourteen years sentence
Submitted by Researcher (Grace Clark) on 19 October 2016
Ann Ball and Isaac Boxhall were married on the 23rd of February 1838 at Christ Church, Longford, Tasmania. During the seventeen years of their marriage, Ann gave birth to eight children
Submitted by Researcher (Grace Clark) on 19 October 2016
Isaac Boxhall died in May 1861, he was fifty one years old, and was buried in the Christ Church graveyard at Longford. Ann died there in March 1898. Ann was laid to rest in the Christ Church Longford
Submitted by Researcher (Grace Clark) on 19 October 2016

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Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/9, p.347

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