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Bell, Ann (1792–1795)

Ann Bell was born on 29 August 1792 at Norfolk Island. She was baptised on 8 February 1795 at St Philip's Church of England, Sydney. She must have died later in the year as her younger sister, born in December 1795, was also called Ann Bell.

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29 August, 1792
Norfolk Island, Australia


1795 (aged ~ 2)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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