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Details for the convict Ann Luddam (1814)

Convict Name:Ann Luddam
Trial Place:Gloster Assizes
Trial Date:28 March 1812
Sentence:7 years
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Arrival Details
Ship:Wanstead
Arrival Year:1814
 
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This convict was transported for 7 years, convicted at Gloucester Assizes in 28th March 1812 as Ann Ludham . She was known by several variations of the spelling ( Ludham, Laddam, Luddam and eventually when she married another Convict John Jones in 1815, her name was recorded as Latham. However, it is believed and supported by newspaper articles that her name was Ann Turner(with alias as above) and she was from the village of Dowdeswell (4 miles south of Cheltenham ) in Gloucestershire.
A check of births in Dowdeswell indicates no Ludham, Laddam, luddam or Latham are found, but several families by the name of Turner of which 2 could be Ann Turner alias Ludham.
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Submitted by Researcher (6340) on 22 May 2016

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Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/2, p.105

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