Jane was the daughter of John Yeatman (1747-1821) and Jenny Skivington (1754-1828). Her fate is unknown.
Jenny (known as Jane) was the daughter of John Skivington (1709-1779) and Jane Pit (-1778). She married John Yeatman (1747-1821) in 1774 and moved to Okeford Fitzpaine. They had six known children.
Anne was the daughter of John Skivington (1709-1779) and Jane Pit (-1778). She married Thomas Russell and they had two known children. She spent her life in Shillingstone, Dorset.
George was the son of Robert Pitt (bap.1730-) and Jane Bennett (c.1732-1815). He spent his brief life in Shillingstone, Dorset.
Mary was the daughter of John Hallet ( -1688) and Dorothy ( -1699). She married George Skivington (-1711) in 1695 and they had at least five children. She was spent her life in Shillinge Ockford (now known as Shillingstone) in Dorset.
George was the son of George Mullett (1742/43-1831) and Susanna Skivington (1746-1819). His fate is still to be discovered.
Agnes McMenamy was born in 1810 in Scotland. She was also known as ‘Nancy’ but favoured ‘Ann/e’ later in life. In 1832 she was convicted of man robbery and sentenced to life imprisonment. The following year she was transported to the colony of New South Wales. Less than a year after her arrival she married fellow convict Joseph Gates (1812-1880). They had a son together and relocated to South Australia after Anne received her ticket of leave. She would go on to receive a conditional pardon and die in the Adelaide Hills.