George Best, convict "William and Ann" 1791

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George Best, convict "William and Ann" 1791

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Kent, ENGLAND (East Peckham)
Death: Died in Seven Hills, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Place of Burial: Parramatta, NSW, Australia
Immediate Family:

Husband of Martha Best ( Convict "Indispensable- 1796")
Father of Robert Best; Thomas Best; George 2 Best; Mary Beckett; Elizabeth Power and 6 others

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About George Best, convict "William and Ann" 1791

He was convicted in 1790 at Sent Assizes, Kent, England, of stealing goods to the value of £5-0-3 of William Cheeseman the Elder.

He was a convict aboard The Ship William And Ann which sailed from Plymouth, Devon, England, in 1791 and arrived in Sydney, NSW on 28 August 1791. The master was E Bunker and they were part of the Third Fleet to NSW

George Best and Martha Chamberlain appeared on the census of 1828 at NSW, Australia. They are shown as settlers living at Seven Hills.

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George Best, convict "William and Ann" 1791's Timeline

1758
1758
Kent, ENGLAND (East Peckham)
1797
March 14, 1797
Age 39
Toongabbie, Sydney, NSW, Australia
1799
June 20, 1799
Age 41
1801
November 29, 1801
Age 43
1803
October 3, 1803
Age 45
Castle Hill, NSW
1806
1806
Age 48
1809
January 26, 1809
Age 51
1810
February 11, 1810
Age 52
1812
August 26, 1812
Age 54