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was a hawker aged 27 when tried at the Old Bailey in 1787 for stealing. She was transported for seven years' on the Lady Penhryn. A daughter, Charlotte, was baptised in 1790, and Frederick Meredith, a sailor, was noted as the father; the child died in May 1792. In 1806 Allen was living with J. Martin. By 1811 she had moved to Hobart Town.

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