Mary Atkins - Owen, convict "Lady Juliana" 1790

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Mary Atkins - Owen (Flannagan), convict "Lady Juliana" 1790

Also Known As: "Mary Atkins", "Mary Owen"
Immediate Family:

Wife of William Atkins [Convict "Neptune" 1790]
Partner of John Owen, convict "Scarborough" 1788
Mother of Charlotte Matilda Owen; William Atkins, twin and John Atkins, twin

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About Mary Atkins - Owen, convict "Lady Juliana" 1790

Mary FLANAGAN was born c1763.

Mary was convicted of theft (three mens hats) (along with Mary WINSFIELD) and sentenced to 7 years transportation.

Mary arrived in Sydney Cove on 6/6/1790 on "Lady Juliana"

In 1791 Mary had a relationship with John OWEN which resulted in a daughter Charlotte Matilda

Mary married William ATKIN on 4/1/1792 and had two children.

Mary died 6/11/1795 on Norfolk Island.

Transported to Australia on the Second Fleet ('Lady Juliana') in 1789 (as Mary Flanegan), sentenced to 7 years for breaking and entering and theft.

Or possibly, on the Third Fleet (ship unknown) in 1791 (as Mary Flannagan)

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Mary Atkins - Owen, convict "Lady Juliana" 1790's Timeline

New South Wales, Australia
May 1794
Norfolk Island
May 1794
Norfolk Island