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history- convict storyboard
Updated: 8/12/2020
history- convict storyboard
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  • You are now guilty for robbery and sentenced death right now.
  • Not even half way
  • what is this place
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  • who are these people
  • we have arrived
  • Mary wade was found guilty at a young age due to a highway robbery. Mary wade was sentenced to death at trial but her death sentence was commuted to transport to the penal colony of new south wales for life.
  • you are beautiful sarah
  • Mary wade was a convict on the lady juliana as part of the second fleet. Mary wade was the youngest on the ship. The ship sailed for 252 days in disgusting conditions.
  • I now present you husband and wife
  • The ship had finally arrived in New holland (Australia), to soon find out that others lived on this island. The aboriginals and british had conflict and would not talk. the british got everyone of the ship and they decided to start getting comfy.
  • Mary had her first child sarah at the age of 14 and loved her so much they lived in airds,campbelltown but then got granted land at corrimal in illawarra.
  • Mary was then married to a carpenter called jonathan booker. Mary then went on and ended up with 21 children all together.
  • Mary died at fairy meadow on the 17 December 1859. when mary died she was lauded as the founding mother of the largest family in australia.
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