Ann MARTIN

Family name(s) MARTIN
Given name(s) Ann
Alternate name(s)
Sex Female
Occupation Servant
Age when departed England 17
Trial date 9 January 1787
Trial place Southwark, Surrey
Crimes Stealing silk handkerchiefs
Value of crimes Unknown
Original sentence Transportation
Transported for 7 years
Ship Lady Penrhyn
Date left colony
Date of Death

Notes

Partner in the original crime was Amelia Levy.On 23 August 1788 she was charged with ”being so drunk she could hardly stand”, throwing things and shouting abuse, and ordered to make pegs for a month. A night disturbance on 30 March 1789 led to her being ordered to receive 25 lashes.