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Isaac Perrett was transported to Australia in 1818 as a convict. By 1925 he was a Bush Constable with the Police of Patrick's Plains,(now Singleton), in the Hunter Region of New South Wales. In 1827 he received his Ticket of Leave. In 1833 he received his Certificate of Freedom. In 1831, he married Mary Ross in Hexham, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, after his wife Elizabeth (Trotman) died on the ship 'Lucy Davidson' on her passage to Australia with their son, John. John arrived in Australia to meet a father he did not remember. Isaac and Mary had four children,(5 including John), the eldest of their four children was George, my great grandfather. George's youngest daughter, (one of 13), Mary Maud Perrett was my maternal grandmother. I live in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia. Isaac Perrett was my great, great grandfather.