Ann Gorman (1800–)

ANN GORMAN was an Irish convict tried and convicted in Dublin, Ireland in 1824 for stealing purse money and sentenced to seven years transportation per Mariner (2) (1825). Her daughter, also named ANN GORMAN, died at the Parramatta Female Factory in 1836, aged two years old, and was buried in the parish of St. John’s, Parramatta


  • Alternate: ANNE GORMAN


  • Tried and convicted: 1824, Dublin, Ireland
  • Sentenced to seven years transportation: 1824, Dublin, Ireland
  • Sailed to the colony of New South Wales per Mariner (2): Cork, Ireland
  • Arrived in the colony of New South Wales per Mariner (2): 10 July 1825, Port Jackson
  • Daughter ANN GORMAN born: c. 1834, Sydney, New South Wales
  • Tried and convicted for absconding, partying, and violently resisting arrest: March 1834, The Rocks, Sydney, New South Wales
  • Sentenced to the Parramatta Female Factory for 28 days: 14 March 1834, Sydney, New South Wales
  • Daughter ANN GORMAN died: c. 22 April 1836, Parramatta Female Factory, recorded age two years old
  • Daughter ANN GORMAN buried: 22 April 1836, St. John’s Parish, Parramatta


  • Washerwoman


  • Catholic

Law Reports



# Convict

# Irish

# Punishment: Seven Years Transportation

# Ship: Mariner (2) (1825)

# Parramatta Female Factory