Jacob Bellett was granted land at Sandy Bay as compensation for his property on Norfolk Island.
He died 3rd December 1813, aged 47, and was buried in
St. David's Cemetery, Hobart. His death notice reads:
          "Died suddenly at Hobart, 2 December alt.
          Mr Jacob Bellett, settler, formerly of Norfolk Island.

          A minute or two before his death he was in jocular
          conversation with some of his friends, from whom he was
          in an instant snatched at that aweful command of the Supreme
          Director, leaving behind a wife and infant family in whose
          affliction all who were acquainted with him must feelingly
                    Signed ....... Jacob Bellette."

Ann Bellett, using the surname Harrison, was the sole occupant of a wooden house at Sorell in 1842 her son, George, occupied a nearby house.

Ann died at Sorell, 10th September 1842. Her headstone in the Henry Street cemetery at Sorell shows her to be 70 years of age, relict of Jacob Bellett Snr.