Make your own free website on


described as a poor unfortunate woman of the town, was 21 years old when she was tried at the Old Bailey for stealing from am upper-class client. Sentenced to seven years' transportation, she arrived on the Lady Penhryn. In 1790, she was among those sent to settle at Norfolk Island, and was still living there in 1796. By 1814 she was a widow with four children and living at Hawkesbury. In 1819 she moved back to Sydney.

Copyright unknown


Lady Penhryn Index


[Visit Oska]



[ Virtual Australia | The World We Live In | The Things We Do ]
[ The Natural World | The People We Are | Australia Through Time ]
[ Online Australia | Fun for Kids | For Webmasters and School Projects ]


This website is a part of 
Virtual Australia 
Visit the Full Index


Problems/Broken Links can be reported to

The owner and author of this website is not of indigenous descent - and therefore will not provide information on the indigenous viewpoint. This is best left up to the authors of Indigenous websites. I would not want to offend a wonderful culture by writing something incorrect.

All text and graphics unless otherwise stated are 1998-2000 Kim Holden, Virtual Australia.
 If you believe any of the graphics or text to be copyright to you, please email me to discuss the matter.
All rights reserved. No part of this site may be reproduced in any form without the express permission of the owner of 
Virtual Australia  or the copyright owners of the included information.
Any offenders will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.