Mary Taylor 1819
Mary/Mary Ann and her four siblings were convicted of stealing. They were all tried at the Fermanagh Assizes on 13 July, 1849 and were all sentenced for be transported for 10 years each.
Mary/Mary Ann, Margaret and Catherine were sent to Grangegorman Female Convict Depot in Dublin to await transportation to Van Diemen's Land (now known as Tasmania), Australia; unfortunately Catherine died of consumption in December 1849. Mary and Margaret departed on the "Duke of Cornwall" on 8 July 1850 arriving 27 October 1850.
The whereabouts of the other two convicted siblings, James and Elizabeth, are unknown.
|Date of Birth||1819 (circa)|
|Date of Death||16th Jun 1887|
|Associated Building (s)||Grangegorman Female Convict Depot|