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Marrott, Ann

Ann Taylor was sentenced to life transportation on 8 December 1790 at the Old Bailey, London. She arrived at Sydney aboard the Mary Ann in July 1791 as part of the Third Fleet.

Taylor married John Marrott (as John Merritt) on 23 December 1791 at Parramatta. The couple lived on a farm, first at Prospect Hill then Mulgrave Place until John's death in 1812. No children were recorded.

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Taylor, Ann
  • Merritt, Ann
Occupation
Convict Record

Crime: unknown
Sentence: life
Court: Old Bailey, London
Trial Date: 8 December 1790
(1790)