Mary Curten

Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
18 January 1828

MARY CURTEN was charged with stealing a waistcoat, the property of WM MERCERS,* a dealer in Sydney, and found guilty. Sentenced three months to the third class in the factory.

The same prisoner was indicted upon a second charge, for stealing a gown, the property of MARY ANN SQUIRES, at Kissing Point, with whom she was employed as a house-servant. Guilty. Sentenced an additional three months to the Factory.


See Original:QUARTER SESSIONS.—(Wednesday.),” The Australian (Sydney, NSW: 1824 – 1848), Friday 18 January 1828, p.3