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I am researching Mary Graham born 1817-1820 in Leeds, Mary was transported to Van Diemons Land on 6/7 October 1851 for stealing a pair of boots, she departed from England on the convict transport ships Anna Maria, she took with her a 1 week old baby boy Could have be named Thomas or Henry or Richard i think Richard is the most likley name, she was married to Richard Graham Born 1804(Cattle Drover) they had a Son william Born 1841 and a daughter Ann born 1846 according to the 1851 Census they were living at No 11 Lemon Street Leeds they also had a lodger living with them Named Robert Walker, he was still living with Richard and the children in later Census this could have been Mary's Brother,In later Census Richard was described as a widow. Can anyone help with information? Thanks Linda

Posted May 2011
Leeds, Yorkshire, West Riding


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