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Convict - 1798 - Irish Rebellion. Arrived on the Friendship .
Ann was convicted at the Old Bailey in 1805 of stealing
her employer. Her sister Mary, aged 14, was convicted of
receiving the stolen goods. Mary was imprisoned in Newgate
for two months. Ann was sentenced to transportation an
d arrived in the Colony in 1807 on the Sydney Cove.
James and Ann had the following children:
2 M i Michael Timmins was born in 1808.
He died in 1850 in Windsor .
He is buried at Windsor.
+ 3 F ii Mary Timmins 4 M iii William Timmins was born in 1811. He died
in 1907 in Richmond .
+ 5 F iv Ann Timmins + 6 F v Margaret Timmins + 7 F vi Catherine Timmins 8 M vii Patrick Timmins was born in 1820 in Sydney. He died in 1898 in Richmond .
+ 9 M viii Henry Timmins + 10 M ix John Timmins + 11 F x Bridget Timmins + 12 F xi Elizabeth Timmins + 13 F xii Agnes Timmins 14 M xiii James Timmins was born in 1830. He died in 1838 in Windsor .