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L'Andre, Antoine (c. 1771–1811)

Antoine L'Andre, a French prisoner of war, came free to Sydney aboard the Royal Admiral in 1800. He married fellow passenger, Ann Cook, a widow, on 7 February 1801 at St John's Church, Parramatta. By 1806 he had been granted 60 acres of land at Prospect. Two adults, four children and two convicts were living 'off stores'. He was buried on 11 August 1811 at Sydney.

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Alternative Names
  • Landrine, Anthony
  • Landrin, Anthony
  • Laundrell, Anthony

c. 1771
Nantes, France


10 August 1811
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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