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Margaret Mintz (1758–1810)

Margaret Bucker, was found guilty on 12 September 1798 at Middlesex, England, and sentenced to seven years transportation. She arrived in Sydney in April 1800 aboard the Speedy. She married Martin Mintz on 17 February 1805 and was buried on 9 October 1810 at Sydney. Her burial was registered at St Philip's, Sydney.

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Alternative Names
  • Buckie, Margaret
  • Bucker, Margaret
  • Buckee, Margaret
  • Mentz, Margaret



8 October, 1810 (aged ~ 52)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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Convict Record

Crime: unknown
Sentence: 7 years