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Lowe, James (1775–1842)

James Lowe was sentenced to seven years transportation. He arrived in Sydney in 1801 aboard the Minorca. A year later he was sent to Norfolk Island where he married Mary Standley on 23 September 1805. By then he was working as a coxswain.

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