Elizabeth Price, 17611818 (aged 57 years)

Name
Elizabeth Price
Given names
Elizabeth
Surname
Price
Married name
Elizabeth Mileham
Name
Elizabeth Kearnon
Given names
Elizabeth
Surname
Kearnon
Birth about 1761

Immigration 1790 (aged 29 years)
Text:

Old Bailey transcript 25 Oct 1786: FARRELL KEARNON and ELIZABETH KEARNON, alias PRICE, were indicted, for that they, on the 8th day of October, did take away, with intent to steal, embezzle, and purloin, one iron frying-pan, value 9 d. a flat-iron, value 6 d. three blankets, value 6 s. a pair of linen sheets, value 5 s. a bed quilt, value 18 d. a copper sauce-pan, value 2 s. the property of John Davis, being furniture, which by contract they were to use in a lodging let to them, against the statute. MARTHA DAVIS sworn. I live in Little St. Andrews-street, Seven Dials; I am wife of John Davis; the prisoners passed as husband and wife; they took a lodging of me; the woman came first, she said, she had a husband who was a ticket porter; she was to pay me four shillings a week, and to come in the next day; she was to have a ready furnished apartment, every thing except crockery; next day her husband and she came together; they staid till the 8th of October; then they robbed me of every thing in the room but the chairs and tables; they took the things mentioned in the indictment; they were taken into custody. William Aldridge , - Jordan, William Hudson, and another, being pawnbrokers, produced the various things deposed to. PRISONER FARRELL'S DEFENCE. I know nothing of the things; this woman washed for me, and I came there different times. PRISONER ELIZABETH'S DEFENCE. I am a lawful married woman; my husband and me had been parted for the space of three months, and he found me out and persuaded me to pawn these things; this man is quite innocent; I have a sick baby now a dying. BOTH GUILTY. Each transported for seven years. Tried by the second Middlesex Jury before Mr. ROSE.

Citation details:

Source: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 87, Class and Piece Number HO11/1, Page Number 16

Text:

Elizabeth Kearnon, one of 151 convicts transported on the ship Lady Juliana, June 1789. Alias(es): Price Sentence details: Convicted at Middlesex Gaol Delivery for a term of 7 years on 25 October 1786. Vessel: Lady Juliana. Date of Departure: June 1789. Place of Arrival: New South Wales.

MarriageJames MilehamView this family
between 1797 and 1799 (aged 38 years)

Birth of a daughterLucy Mileham
June 9, 1799 (aged 38 years)
Death July 15, 1818 (aged 57 years)
Family with James Mileham
husband
17631824
Birth: 1763France
Death: September 28, 1824Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
herself
17611818
Birth: about 1761
Death: July 15, 1818Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage
Marriage: between 1797 and 1799
3 years
daughter
17991882
Birth: June 9, 1799 36 38New South Wales, Australia
Death: May 9, 1882Windsor, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
James Mileham + Susannah Kable
husband
17631824
Birth: 1763France
Death: September 28, 1824Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
partner’s partner
17951885
Birth: October 23, 1795 33 31Sydney Cove, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Death: June 20, 1885Oaks, Central Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage
Marriage: June 1819Windsor, Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia
ImmigrationUniversity of Sheffield. Humanities Research Institute. The Proceedings of the Old Bailey: London's Central Criminal Court, 1674 to 1913. [database on-line]. Sheffield: the Institute, 2003-2008
Text:

Old Bailey transcript 25 Oct 1786: FARRELL KEARNON and ELIZABETH KEARNON, alias PRICE, were indicted, for that they, on the 8th day of October, did take away, with intent to steal, embezzle, and purloin, one iron frying-pan, value 9 d. a flat-iron, value 6 d. three blankets, value 6 s. a pair of linen sheets, value 5 s. a bed quilt, value 18 d. a copper sauce-pan, value 2 s. the property of John Davis, being furniture, which by contract they were to use in a lodging let to them, against the statute. MARTHA DAVIS sworn. I live in Little St. Andrews-street, Seven Dials; I am wife of John Davis; the prisoners passed as husband and wife; they took a lodging of me; the woman came first, she said, she had a husband who was a ticket porter; she was to pay me four shillings a week, and to come in the next day; she was to have a ready furnished apartment, every thing except crockery; next day her husband and she came together; they staid till the 8th of October; then they robbed me of every thing in the room but the chairs and tables; they took the things mentioned in the indictment; they were taken into custody. William Aldridge , - Jordan, William Hudson, and another, being pawnbrokers, produced the various things deposed to. PRISONER FARRELL'S DEFENCE. I know nothing of the things; this woman washed for me, and I came there different times. PRISONER ELIZABETH'S DEFENCE. I am a lawful married woman; my husband and me had been parted for the space of three months, and he found me out and persuaded me to pawn these things; this man is quite innocent; I have a sick baby now a dying. BOTH GUILTY. Each transported for seven years. Tried by the second Middlesex Jury before Mr. ROSE.

ImmigrationState Library of Queensland. Convict Transportation Registers Database 1787-1867 [database on-line].
Citation details:

Source: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 87, Class and Piece Number HO11/1, Page Number 16

Text:

Elizabeth Kearnon, one of 151 convicts transported on the ship Lady Juliana, June 1789. Alias(es): Price Sentence details: Convicted at Middlesex Gaol Delivery for a term of 7 years on 25 October 1786. Vessel: Lady Juliana. Date of Departure: June 1789. Place of Arrival: New South Wales.

DeathSmee, C.J. and Provis, J. Selkirk, comp., The 1788-1820 Association's Pioneer Register, second edition - volume I. Sydney, N.S.W., The Association, 1981