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Mary Mulcock (?–1795)

Jesse Mulcock married Mary Taylor (or Jones) on 27 September 1791 at St Philips Church, Sydney; Mary signed the register with an 'X'. I have been unable to find out any information about her arrival in the colony. Sarah Pigg from the Mary Ann was a witness at the ceremony.

She was probably the Mary Mulcock who was buried at Sydney on 21 September 1795. Her burial record notes that she was a convict.

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  • Taylor, Mary

20 September, 1795
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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