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Hello Lesley & Listers,
Thank you for that, I agree the ones who stayed were far better off then
the ones who went back.
I think there are a great number of Australians happy that their
ancestors stayed in the most perfect Country in the world. The 10% made
the wrong choice :)
Wonderful Convicts! They did a good job of establishing the country they
helped to make.
It's interesting Jill that 'about' 10% of convicts did eventually go
Some would have gone back to husbands, wives, parents, children etc,
back illegally, whilst others probably just missed home. Many of those
stay did so because of the opportunities available to them and their
ie. housing, land, employment, business, education, health & wealth for
that were not available to them at home.
From: Jill Jackson [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, September 25, 2003 7:17 PM
Subject: RE: [PJ] Chaplain - 1820
And aren't we happy that they did.
Sorry List but could not resist this.
The smart ones stayed :)))))