- Unmarried: Henry Lidgbird BALL
Trial date 14th January 1784
reference number 117840114-44
ANN MOORE , SARAH PARTRIDGE, otherwise ROBERTS , and MARY STOKES were indicted for feloniously stealing on the 19th of December last, sixty-four ells of fith mode, value 9 l. the property of Joseph Whitbridge and George Pritt in their shop
21st April 1784.
And John Baker , George Molton , Thomas Jones , Ann Moore , Sarah Partridge, alias Roberts , William Bell , William Clark , John Jacobs , Samuel Selshire , John Smith , Alexander Cullum , James Burne , and William Hubbard , on condition of being transported for seven years.
Sarah was a first fleeter and arrived in Australia aboard "Lady Penrhyn" in 1788
Henry Ball took Sarah and Ann to England in 1792 and they do not appear on the 1802 or 1811 Musters in Sydney
Many thanks to Beryl McMillan for these research notes
Sarah had a relationship with Henry Lidgbird BALL, son of George BALL and Lucy. (Henry Lidgbird BALL was born in 1756 in Woodchurch, Cheshire, England, christened on 7 Dec 1756 in Woodchurch, Cheshire, England and died on 22 Oct 1818 in Mitcham, Surrey, England.)