Rebecca Woodford (1820–)

Convict woman convicted at the Old Bailey and transported for seven years per Planter (2) (1839). Later incarcerated at the Parramatta Female Factory. Mother of WILLIAM GEORGE WOODFORD.


Names

  • Alternate: REBECCA WOLFORD
  • Alternate: REBECCA WOOLFORD

Relationships

  • Sister of HANNAH WOODFORD
  • Mother of WILLIAM GEORGE WOODFORD

Physical Description

  • Complexion: “Fair ruddy and pockpitted.”
  • Hair: “Light”
  • Eyes: “Grey”
  • Particular Marks, Scars, or Remarks: “Raised mole on right cheek, near the nose, small brown (natural?) mark on upper left arm; sister HANNAH WOODFORD, transported per Sarah and Elizabeth (1837).” See “Sources” below for links to Hannah’s criminal proceedings.

Sources


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