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Mary Ann Martin (c. 1761–c. 1825)

Mary Ann Hugo ( - c.1825) was sentenced to 7 years transportation on 3 January 1791, at Lostwithiel, Cornwall. She arrived at Sydney aboard the Pitt in February 1792 and married Thomas Martin on 24 June 1792. In the 1806 Muster she was recorded as having 1 male and 2 female children. She had died by 1825.

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Alternative Names
  • Hugo, Mary Ann

c. 1761
Cornwall, England


c. 1825 (aged ~ 64)
Parramatta, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death


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Convict Record

Crime: unknown
Sentence: 7 years