Female settler Martha Hayes 1786-1871
Bolt, F (1979) Female settler Martha Hayes 1786-1871. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania, 113 . pp. 155-167. ISSN 0080-4703
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Martha Hayes (1786-1871) came to Australia in 1803 as the daughter of a female convict. She
formed a liaison with Lt. John Bowen and had two daughters by him. Later she married Hobart settler
Andrew Whitehead and, after his death, police clerk Barnard Williamson.
Martha lived in Hobart Town from 1804 onward, and her life is closely interwoven with many
colourful characters who lived in Hobart during the first few decades.
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