Elizabeth Lilley

ELIZABETH LILLEY was a convict transported for seven years per Speedy (1800). In the colony LILLEY was a repeat offender and frequent inmate of the Parramatta Female Factory. She was typically incarcerated for the offences of “disorderly drunkenness,” being a “notorious vagabond,” and operating houses of “ill-fame.”


Names

  • Alternate: ELIZABETH LILLY

Timeline

  • Born: c.1774-1777 (c.f. Digital Panopticon Life Record ID: btr57046 and single record cin1731
  • Tried and convicted: 15 January 1799, Surrey Quarter Sessions
  • Sailed per Speedy (1800): 24 November 1799 from England. Ship Master: George Quested.
  • Arrived per Speedy (1800): 15 April 1800, Port Jackson.
  • Law Report: “SYDNEY,” Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), Sunday 6 October 1805, p.2
  • Certificate of Freedom: 16 February 1811
  • Law Report: “No title: Elizabeth Lilly,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), Thursday 20 October 1825, p.4
  • Law Report: “POLICE REPORT,” The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), Thursday 15 December 1825p.3
  • Law Report: “QUARTER SESSIONS.—(Friday),” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), Wednesday 23 April 1828, p.3
  • Law Report: “No Title,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW: 1824 – 1848), Friday 19 February 1830, p.2

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