Mary Ann Gilbethorpe

Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
5 January 1838



TUESDAY.—Before W. M. MANNING (Chairman), R. C. LETHBRIDGE, and W. H. CLARKE, Esqrs., and a Jury of Civil Inhabitants.

MARY ANN GILBETHORPE, was convicted of a petty larceny, and was sentenced to be confined and worked in the third class of the factory at Parramatta for twelve months, the first fortnight of which to be kept in solitary confinement.

See Original: “LAW. SYDNEY QUARTER SESSIONS,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), Friday 5 January 1838, p.3