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Elizabeth Jones (c. 1792–1845)

Elizabeth Dailey/Daly may have accompanied her mother on the Kitty as an infant, been born on the ship, or have been born shortly after the Kitty arrived at New South Wales in November 1792.

It seems likely that Elizabeth and her mother were living with William Douglas by 1801. Douglas was a witness at Elizabeth's wedding to Thomas Jones on 8 March 1807 at St Philip's Church, Sydney.

Elizabeth Jones died on 4 November 1845; her age was given as 55.

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Alternative Names
  • Dailey, Elizabeth
  • Daily, Elizabeth
  • Daily, Elizabeth

c. 1792


1845 (aged ~ 53)
New South Wales, Australia

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