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was a servant, aged 28 when she was convicted of grand larceny at Worcester in 1785, and sentenced to seven years' transportation. Shortly before sailing on the Lady Penhryn, she gave birth to a son, William, who was described by Surgeon Bowes as 'likely to do well'. However, the boy died on 26 May 1788 at Sydney Cove. Abell had married Thomas Tilley on 4 May 1788, but she died on 21 July.

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