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Campbell, Ann (?–?)

Ann Campbell, Mary Wilkinson and Ann Dixon were found guilty on 27 October 1790 at the Old Bailey, London, of stealing half a guinea and 8 shillings in silver from the purse of a man. Sentenced to 7 years transportation, Campbell arrived at Sydney aboard the Mary Ann in July 1791 as part of the Third Fleet.

Cambell married (as Mary Gambel) Peter Ellam on 9 October 1791 at Port Jackson.

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Gambel, Ann
  • Ellam, Ann
Passenger Ship
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Convict Record

Crime: theft
Sentence: 7 years