Mary (Cavanough) Kimberley, Convict “Lady Juliana” 1790

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Mary Kimberley (Cavenaugh)

Birthplace: London, Greater London, United Kingdom
Death: September 1851 (76)
Rokeby, TAS, Australia
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Patrick Cavenaugh and Catherine Cavenaugh
Wife of Edward Kimberley [Convict "Scarborough" 1788]
Mother of Maria Stanfield; William Robert Kimberley; Hannah Nichols and Mary Kimberley

Managed by: Kaye Elizabeth Scott
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About Mary (Cavanough) Kimberley, Convict “Lady Juliana” 1790

Mary Cavenaugh was transported to Australia for the crime of stealing 5 yards of printed fabric, on the second fleet aboard the ship the " Lady Juliana" the ship was full of female convicts sent as wives for the colony, enterprising members ( the prostitutes) on board ship took to prostitution when they came into ports along the way, the Lady Juliana was given the moniker the floating brothel when it entered sydney cove. Mary was among a few selected women to then be transported to norfolk island where she married edward Kimberly. stories about this time talk of Ballie rumrun the women dancing around provocatively among which was mary guilders thought to be Mary Cavenaugh because as the most beautiful there she was able to ask and be given a gold guinea for her dancing.

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Mary (Cavanough) Kimberley, Convict “Lady Juliana” 1790's Timeline

January 5, 1775
London, Greater London, United Kingdom
June 10, 1792
Norfolk Island
Norfolk Island
November 10, 1798
Norfolk Island
September 1851
Age 76
Rokeby, TAS, Australia