Esther (Salamon) Spencer - Fitz - Stubbs - Bigge, Convict "Indispensible" 1796

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Esther Spencer - Fitz - Stubbs - Bigge (Salamon)

Also Known As: "Esther FITZ", "Esther STUBBS", "Esther BIGGE", "Esther SALAMON", "Esther BIGGS"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: England?
Death: October 27, 1855 (80-81)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Place of Burial: Rookwood, Auburn City Council, New South Wales, Australia
Immediate Family:

Wife of Michael Watson; Thomas Stubbs [Convict "Albermarle" 1791]; John Fitz [Convict "Royal Admiral" 1792]; Joseph Bigge, Free Settler "Dromedary" 1809 and unknown Spencer
Mother of Susannah Spencer Day; Mary Grace Ann Brackenreg; Thomas Spencer Stubbs; Sophia Spencer Stubbs, infant; Cecelia Williams - Taylor and 8 others

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GEDCOM Note

Maiden surname Salamon on daughter Celia's death cert. Tried Middlesex on 17/9/1794 sentenced Old Bailey 16/7/1795 to death, changed to transportation for life for stealing 19 yrs old, 5'4", dark hair, dark eyes, dark complexion, married woman (maiden name Salamon), Jewess held at Newgate Prison departed England on "Indispensible" Oct 1795 arrived Sydney 30/4/1796 Received grant of land 16/1/1816 Listed as spinster on mge cert to Joseph Bigge, witnesses: William Hill, Marianne Brackenreg (daughter). The bride signed with her mark. Assigned to her husband, Joseph Biggs, on 20/4/1823. In 1836 lived at a lodging house at 17 Phillip St, Sydney. Death notice in SMH Monday 29 October 1855 says "after a long and painful illness". I can't find a marriage for Esther and Spencer. Tried FamilySearch for every Esther and every Spencer in England, 1792-1794. Maybe she was lying at her trial about being married? Might've thought it made her sound more respectable and possibly get a more lenient sentence?

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Esther (Salamon) Spencer - Fitz - Stubbs - Bigge, Convict "Indispensible" 1796's Timeline

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England?
1797
July 23, 1797
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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December 29, 1799
New South Wales, Australia
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Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
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New South Wales, Australia
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June 18, 1803
New South Wales, Australia
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March 13, 1805
New South Wales, Australia