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Clark, Ann

Ann Clark was found guilty on 15 April 1795 at the Justice Hall, Old Bailey, London, of a felony. Sentenced to life transportation she arrived at Sydney in April 1796 aboard the Indispensable. By 1806 she had received a conditional pardon and was living with Thomas Abbott.

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  • Clarke, Ann
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Convict Record

Crime: unknown
Sentence: life