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Ann Pugh (1786–1788)

Ann Pugh (1786-1788), the daughter of convicts Ann Parker and Edward Pugh, was born at Gloucester gaol at Christmas 1786; her parents were awaiting transportation. Ann arrived at Sydney with her mother aboard the Charlotte in January 1788 (her father arrived on the Friendship) as part of the First Fleet.

Ann Pugh died and was buried (as Ann Pue) at Port Jackson on 30 June 1788.

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Alternative Names
  • Parker, Ann
  • Pue, Ann

December, 1786
Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England


30 June, 1788 (aged 1)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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