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Jane Wilmot (c. 1771–1833)

Jane Wilmot (c.1771-1833) was sentenced to 7 years transportation on 15 July 1802 at Winchester, Hampshire, for an untraced crime. She arrived at Sydney aboard the Experiment in June 1804 and was sent to Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania) on the Sophia in February 1805. She was recorded as living with Abraham Hand in the 1809 Muster.

Jane Wilmot was buried at New Norfolk on 28 December 1833; her age was given as 62.

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Wilmott, Jane
  • Willmot, Jane

c. 1771


27 December, 1833 (aged ~ 62)
New Norfolk, Tasmania, Australia

Cause of Death


Passenger Ship
Convict Record

Crime: unknown
Sentence: 7 years