Ann Hollway . (alias) Hallward (b.circa 1774.....d.1825 )

Ann Hollway . (alias) Hallward (circa 1774.....d.1825 )

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Children

 
1 . H . Mary . Ann . Jubb . ( b .13/6/1811... bapt 30/6/1811 . Launceston Tasmania. ...d. 12/11/1883 Hadspen, Tasmania aged 72 ) m 3/12/1887 H . Joseph . Stanley . (b.1803......d. 1890...Hadspen, Tasmania....)
2 . Thomas . Jubb . ( b.1814..Launceston Tasmania .....d.)
3 . James . Jubb . ( b .1816..Launceston Tasmania.....d) m 13/4/1840 Ann Taperall (b. 1818 in Launceston,
 

History & Achievements

Ann Halward was known by several different names "Hannah Halward" , "Ann Holway" , "Hallward ", "Hulwood" . Ann was transported to Sydney as a convict on board "The Sydney Cove" The ship sailed from Falmouth on the 11th of January 1807 ,after a trip of 158 days arrived on the 18th of June 1807
Ann was recorded as follows :
Surname .... Holward ...Christian name ....Ann ....Place of trial .... Middlesex......Date of trial .... 4th of December 1805... Departed from England (aka) "Halward"
From the general Muster 1811
Hannah Halward , ref 2513, NSW, Convict , Ship "Sydney Cove", Trial date, December 1805, Trial Place , London, Scentence 7 Years, Pro#n 3721, AO# 2425, (there are also the following remarks "Name Ann Hallward; Alias surname Hulwood)
The Women of Botany Bay, by Portia Robinson  
HOLWAY,  ANN alias Halward.
Convicted at Middlesex Gaol Delivery. Conviction date and sentence 4 December 1805. 7 years.
Transported for stealing gloves & stocking from her employers.
DESCRIPTION.
Age 28 years (1805)
COLONIAL EXPERIENCES.
1812: August arrived at Port Dalrymple from Sydney on board the "UNITY" to join her husband Jubb .
Anns Transport record
1819 & 1820 Musters: 
Wife of George Jubb. Port Dalrymple.  Free.
1824:
6 July  FS* ( Free by Servitude)
Conveying spirits into the Goal at Launceston. Fined 10 pounds.
1825: 
15 March Died at Launceston.  
 
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