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About Edward Reynolds, convict
Arrived on the Ship, · “Atlantic”.
• source. & http://www.easystreetretreat.com.au/australianroyalty where it is noted: Richard and his brother Edward were sons of an Essex millwright, who stole 324 pounds of lead and, 'with force of arms' one pair of stockings. They were convicted at Chelmsford in 1788 and sentenced to 7 years. They were transported to the colony aboard the ship 'Atlantic' in 1791. Edwards grant of 1796 lay between the river and Robinson's (Bushell's) Lagoon. In 1803 his industriousness won him another 30 acres across the lagoon. After his first wife died in 1804, he lived with Elizabeth Lang.
• Cause of Death. Thrown from his horse.
Edward married Mary Ann Anstery (Convict) on 27 Oct 1793 in St Philips Church of England, York St, Sydney, NSW Australia.5302 (Mary Ann Anstery (Convict) was born about 1770 in Wolverhampton, West Midlands England 5302 and died on 29 Feb 1804 in Wilberforce, County Of Cumberland, NSW Australia 5303.)
Edward next married Elizabeth Lang Associated.5303 (Elizabeth Lang was born on 1 May 1775 in High St, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland UK,5303 died on 11 Oct 1828 in Wilberforce, County Of Cumberland, NSW Australia 5303 and was buried on 23 Oct 1828 in St Johns, Wilberforce, County Of Cumberland, NSW Australia.)