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Daniel CLARKE was a seaman - arrived as a free settler on the whaling ship 11"Springrove" 8 February 1809.

Daniel & Hannah CLARKE farmed barley, maize and oats in Windsor, NSW from 1814 during which time 7 of their 11 children were born.

In 1826 Daniel CLARKE moved his family to Sutton Forest on the Southern Highlands and became a prominent early settler and grazier in the district.

Hannah STANLEY was a convict - trial at Kent Assizes, England in March 1808 - age 20 years - charge larceny - sentence death by hanging - incarcerated to Newgate prison - commuted to transportation for Life to Botany Bay - sailed from London, England 23 March 1810 via Rio - arrived on the ship "Canada" (2) 10 September 1810.

Hannah STANLEY at the age of 18 years and her friend Hannah PORTER had the death sentence (by hanging) handed down to them along with 15 other malefactors on Thursday 30th March 1809 in Maidstone, Kent, England. Mr Justice HEATH handed down this sentence for stealing in the parish of St Paul, Deptford from their employers William and Elizabeth DAWSON, a goose feather bed, two pair sheets, two blankets, three counterpanes, two gowns, four petticoats, seven pairs cotton stockings and six pocket handkerchiefs. In the records they are described as servants cum slaves accused of taking and using the said items.

The sentence was commuted to transportation to Botany Bay. Both women sailed on the convict ship "Canada" from England on 23rd March 1810 with 120 other females. The duration of the voyage was 169 days and the ship arrived in Sydney on 8th September 1810. The ship's Master was John B WARD.

 
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