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Ann Cribb (c. 1786–?)

Ann Jones (c.1786- ) was sentenced to 7 years transportation at the Gloucester Assizes, Gloucestershire, on an unknown date. She arrived at Sydney aboard the Wanstead in January 1814.

Johns married Thomas Cribb on 15 October 1821 at St Matthew's Church, Windsor; both signed the register with an 'x'. The couple were still living together, childless, on a farm at Richmond, in 18128. It is not known when Ann Cribb died.


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c. 1786

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