was an accomplice of Mary Allen, who was found guilty of stealing from Mary's client seventeen grains of diamonds, two brilliant diamonds, a pearl, one topaz, a silver pencil case, a leather notebook and money. A servant aged 31 when tried at the Old Bailey, she was described as a 'lustyish woman with blonde hair'. Sentenced to seven years transportation, she arrived on the Lady Penhryn.
From 1790 to 1796 Allen worked at Norfolk Island, and had one child. In 1806 she was living with William Squires, a soldier. In later musters of the population she was described as a widow, then as wife to W. Sims, next as a housekeeper, and in October 1820 as married and living in Sydney. She died in November 1825, aged 76, at the Benevolent Asylum in Sydney.
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