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Mary Ann Stubbs (1783–1835)

Mary Ann Boyle was sentenced to seven years' transportation for stealing 13 yards of Irish cloth and smaller items valued at 39s from her employer. She arrived in Sydney aboard the Glatton in 1803.

She had a child with James Rodgers (Rogers) who is thought to have been a ship's corporal on the Glatton. In 1819 she married Joseph Stubbs who was no relation to her future son-in-law, William Stubbs.

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Alternative Names
  • Rodgers, Mary Ann
  • Boyle, Mary Ann
  • Rogers, Mary Ann



1835 (aged ~ 52)
New South Wales, Australia

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Passenger Ship
Convict Record

Crime: theft
Sentence: 7 years