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.
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