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Ann Levey (1804–1824)

On Friday, the 30th ult. Mrs. Ann Levey, the wife of S. Levey, No. 72, George-street, Sydney. Her complaint originated in a hurt from the brutal treatment of her seducer, joined with his inhumanity in not allowing her medical advice for four months past, and during that time she was allowed no female servant to attend her; but she sincerely repented of her conduct to an injured husband, and fervently prayed for forgiveness. The funeral was respectably attended, on Sunday, from her mother's house (Mrs. Jane Roberts), Hunter-street.

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Alternative Names
  • Roberts, Ann



30 January, 1824 (aged ~ 20)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia