Both Ann Nichols and Thomas Powis made their mark on the marriage certificate. Thomas was a bachelor, Ann a spinster. The marriage registry provides no other information about the couple. On 26th December 1777, a daughter, Elizabeth Powis, was baptised in the church in which her parents had married. She was the first child born to Thomas Powis and Ann Nichols. No record has been found of the birth of any other children. Four years after Elizabeth’s birth, her father Thomas Powis died. There is a burial record for an Ann Powis in Worcester St Andrew in 6th November 1796 – likely Elizabeth’s mother. According to the convict records, Elizabeth’s daughter, named Ann after her grandmother, was born sometime around 1796 in Hereford, which borders on the western part of Worcester where St Johns is located.Elizabeth may have gone there to be with her relatives during her pregnancy. As her daughter was known as Ann Powis, it seems likely that she was illegitimate. There is nothing to suggest that Elizabeth had any trouble with the law until 1806. In 1806, an Elizabeth Powis was tried at Hereford for ‘stealing a bank note from a [illegible] house. Was this Ann’s mother? If so, shortly after she returned to Worcester where she married. There is an entry in the Worcestershire Marriage Index for the Parish of St Helens, Worcester that shows that Elizabeth Powis, married a George Little on 9 June, 1807. Hi. The record of this marriage provides no information regarding either of their occupations, however both signed their names with a mark – as had Elizabeth’s parents. In their later trial, George was referred to as a labourer – possibly he was an agricultural labourer. Elizabeth and George were also stood accused in Ann Powis’s trial. George was acquitted. Elizabeth was sentenced to transportation, along with her daughter. However, although there appears to be no appeal for clemency, she was not transported. In the 1816 NSW Munster Ann With her surname spelt Powers) is shown as having been assigned as a servant to a settler. No other information is provided on this census record. I have very little information about John Bevan. I would be very grateful if anyone has any follow-p information on him.