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Catherine Riley (1792–1868)

Catherine Lattimore née Hines (c.1792-1868), a mantua maker, was sentenced to 14 years transportation on 29 March 1813 at the Warwick Assizes, England. She arrived at Sydney aboard the Wanstead in January 1814. She had married Thomas Lattimore on 21 December 1807 at Birmingham, Warwickshire.

Lattimore married John Riley on 13 June 1814 at St John's, Parramatta; they had at least six children.

Catherine Riley died on 11 June 1868 at Richmond.

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Hines, Catherine
  • Himes, Catherine
  • Lattimore, Catherine
  • Latimer, Catherine
  • Latimore, Catherine
  • Lettemore, Catherine



11 June, 1868 (aged ~ 76)
Richmond, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

general debility

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Convict Record

Crime: unknown
Sentence: 14 years