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Susannah Lamb (1786–?)

Susannah Thompson was sentenced to seven years transportation. She arrived in Sydney aboard the Eliza and Francis in 1815. The ship's indent describes her as a servant, with a pale complexion, light brown hair and hazel eyes. She married Michael Lamb on 13 November 1815; they had three children. According to family story she eventually left the family for Sydney and it is not known what became of her.

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Alternative Names
  • Thompson, Susannah
  • Thomson, Susannah

Dublin, Ireland

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Crime: unknown
Sentence: 7 years