According to Lesley Uebel's Convict Anthology CD these are all of the convicts who
arrived to PJ with that name:
Name, Arr. Colony, Ship, Trial Place, Age
Anderson, Elizabeth, 1788, Lady Penrhyn, Middlesex
Anderson, Elizabeth, 1822, Mary Anne I (2), 20
Anderson, Elizabeth, 1836, Elizabeth IV Central Criminal Court,
Anderson, Elizabeth, 1837, Sir Charles Forbes (4), Down, 19
Anderson, Elizabeth alias Henderson 1790, Lady Juliana Middlesex (Old Bailey), 25
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of dianna charles via
Sent: Wednesday, 22 July 2015 7:37 AM
Subject: [PJ] Elizabeth ANDERSON convict??
I’m doing research into the above and I’m trying to find out if she were possibly a
convict or free settler/immigrant.
ELIZABETH ANDERSON who was born c1815 London England had her first child John PRICE
1836/37 in Sydney, father of John Price is another John Price. As I don’t know when/how
Elizabeth Anderson arrived in Australia I thought that I would check to see if she were a
convict. I’m compiling a list of all Elizabeth Anderson’s (convict/immigrant) that may fit
the above time.
I have not located a birth baptism as yet for the above JOHN PRICE born 1836/37 her first?
1836/8 The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser” Monday 3 December 1836 CAUTION
HEREBY Caution the Inhabitants of Sydney, and of the Colony at large, against giving trust
or credit to my Wife, Elizabeth Price, as I will not be answerable for any debts she may
contract.- JOHN PRICE. Sydney, November 29th, 1838.(this advertisement was on page 3 and
page 5 of the same edition)..
Elizabeth then appears in Mudgee/Cooyal Creek area having her next 5 children to JOHN SNOW
from 1839 to 1847. John Snow then disappears. Any help finding any information on
Elizabeth ANDERSON would be very much appreciated. I have her death certificate and there
are two marriages for Elizabeth to JOHN JONES and RICHARD CAMDEN. Many thanks Dianna
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