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Frances Hannah Clement (1788–1880)

Frances Hannah Clement was fathered by seaman, John Clement, and was baptised on 20 April 1788 at Sydney Cove. It is likely she was born shortly before the Lady Penrhyn landed in 1788. Frances died in January 1880 and was buried at St John's cemetery, Parramatta.

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  • Burleigh, Frances Hannah
  • Dalton, Frances Hannah
  • Burley, Frances Hannah

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23 January, 1880 (aged ~ 92)
Cattai, New South Wales, Australia

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