Ann Cadman

Evidence Type: Newspaper Report
12 February 1842

SYDNEY GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS

ADJOURNED SITTING

THURSDAY, FEB. 10.—Before the Chairman and ROBERT JOHNSTONE

CHARLES HOLT and another, NORAH HIBBS, and ANN CADMAN, were indicted for stealing money from the person of JAMES CLARK. The jury found all the prisoners guilty, when each of the men were sentenced to be worked in irons for the period of three years. NORAH HIBBS to be transported to Van Diemen’s Land, for the period of seven years, and ANN CADMAN to be worked in the third class of the Female Factory, for twelve months.


See Original: “SYDNEY GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS,” The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 – 1848), Saturday 12 February 1842, p.2