Ann (Lockett) Daley [Convict "Indispensible" 1796]

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Ann Daley (Lockett)

Death: 1807 (33-34)
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Wife of Charles Daley [Convict "Boddingtons" 1793]

Immigration to Australia: Convict "Indispensible" 1796
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About Ann (Lockett) Daley [Convict "Indispensible" 1796]

Ann LOCKETT (aka LOCKHART) was born c1773

Ann was convicted of Highway Robbery and sentenced to transportation for life (along with Ann LLOYD). She arrived at Sydney Cove on "Indispensible" on 30/4/1796.

Ann married Charles DALEY on 5/12/1796 at Parramatta.

Ann died in 1807 at New South Wales

Found guilty of an assault on the Kings Highway. In that Ann Lockhart and Ann Lloyd did make an assault on William Grose, putting him in fear of his life on 14th February 1794. Feloniously taking from him, three guineas and ten half guineas. Sentenced to death. Sentence reprieved to life.

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