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Hodge, Elizabeth (1770–1844)

Elizabeth Hodge was sentenced to seven years transportation at the Quarter Sessions, Exeter, Devon, on 26 April 1802. She arrived in Sydney in March 1803 aboard the Glatton. She was living with Charles Thomas, a farmer in the Hawkesbury district by 1806. By 1825 she was listed as the wife of Stephen Hunter. In the 1828 Census she was described as, aged 58, and the servant of the blacksmith Thomas Cooper, in George Street, Sydney. She died in 1844.

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  • Thomas, Elizabeth
  • Hunter, Elizabeth



7 March, 1844 (aged ~ 74)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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Crime: unknown
Sentence: 7 years