Birth about 1778

Immigration October 25, 1812 (aged 34 years)
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Source: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 87, Class and Piece Number HO11/2, Page Number 71 (37)

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Margaret Murphy, one of 327 convicts transported on the ship Minstrel, 09 May 1812. Sentence details: Convicted at Warwick Assizes for a term of 7 years on 01 April 1811. Vessel: Indefatigable and Minstrel. Date of Departure: 09 May 1812. Place of Arrival: New South Wales [Minstrel] and Van Diemen's Land [Indefatigable].

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Arrived in NSW 25 Oct 1812

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Northampton Mercury Sat 20 Apr 1811 p. 3

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At Warwick Assizes...Margaret Murphy, for stealing a pocket book &c...were sentenced to seven years transportation.

Religious marriageJohn McPeakeView this family
July 15, 1813 (aged 35 years)
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V18131521 3A/1813 MCPEAKE JOHN MURPHY MARGARET CB (St Johns Church of England Parramatta)

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No 368

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John McPeake of the parish of St John Parramatta and Margaret Murphy of ditto were married in this church by banns this 15th day of July 1813 by me Samuel Marsden Both John and Margaret made their X marks in the register in the presence of John White who signed the register and Sarah Ellis who made her X mark

Census November 1828 (aged 50 years)
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McPeake, John, 55, absolute pardon, Anne, 1803, life, farmer, Baulkham Hills, 60 acres, 12, acres cleared, 8 acres cultivated McPeake, Margaret, 50, free by servitude, Minstrel, 1812, 7 years McPeake, Ann 15, born in the colony McPeake, Elizabeth, 7 born in the colony

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