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Mary Ann TREASURE (8) bap. 6 May 1821 Stoke Lane, Somerset, England

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Mary Ann TREASURE was baptised on the 6th May 1821 at Stoke Lane to Levi & Betty TREASURE.

On the 9th July 1838 she was convicted of stealing shoes and sentenced to 14 days in gaol.

On the 21st October 1839 she was convicted of stealing apples and sentenced to transportation to Australia for 7 years.

On the 10th December 1839 she left London aboard the convict ship "Gilbert Henderson".

On the 24th April 1840 she arrived in Tasmania.

In Dec 1841 she made application to marry James THOMPSON but was not approved.

In Mar 1841 she again made application to marry James THOMPSON but was not approved.

In Dec 1843 she made application to marry Edward YOUNG and this was approved.

On the 12th February 1844 she married Edward YOUNG at St Luke's Church, Richmond, Tasmania. Edward YOUNG died 5 Oct 1871 at Adelaide, South Australia.

In 1845 she received her Convict Pardon.

On the 6th June 1857 she had a daughter, Susan Treasure BURRAGE, at Islington, Adelaide, South Australia. The father's name was William BURRAGE. Susan died on the 16th October 1868 at Port Gawler, South Australia aged 11 years.

On the 4th December 1871 she married John William Stanley BAKER at St George Church, Gawler, South Australia. John BAKER died 18th June 1886 at Two Wells, South Australia.

On the 27th September 1879 she married Edward RAFFERTY at North Adelaide, South Australia. Edward RAFFERTY died 7th December 1896 at Adelaide, South Australia.

Her death has not been found yet.

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