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Miss Ula Clarke (left) and her sister, Alice Clarke, both from Sydney, Australia

Miss Ula Clarke (left) and her sister, Alice Clarke, both from Sydney, Australia


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Miss Ula Clarke (left) and her sister, Alice Clarke, both from Sydney, Australia

Miss Ula Clarke (left) and her sister, Alice Clarke, both from Sydney, Australia, returned to their roots from down under, pictured with plaque commemorating their great great great grandmother, in Belbroughton, Worcestershire, Friday 15th May 1987. Sarah Bellamy became one of the first Australian settlers after being convicted of theft in 1787. Her descendants travelled 10, 000 miles to visit the village where she was born

Birmingham Post and Mail Archive
Mirrorpix
England
BPM 87 4881

Media ID 21660117

© Mirrorpix

Australia Australian Elderly History Senior Worcester Ancestors Botany Bay First Fleet


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Miss Ula Clarke (left) and her sister, Alice Clarke, both from Sydney, Australia, proudly stand in front of a plaque that commemorates their remarkable ancestor. The photo captures the heartfelt journey these two women undertook to reconnect with their roots in Belbroughton, Worcestershire. In this image taken on Friday 15th May 1987, we witness the emotional reunion between Miss Ula Clarke and her sister as they pay homage to their great great great grandmother. Sarah Bellamy's extraordinary story unfolds before us - she was one of the first Australian settlers who embarked on a life-changing voyage after being convicted of theft in 1787. Traveling an astonishing distance of 10,000 miles from Australia to England, these elderly sisters ventured back to the village where their ancestor was born. Their visit not only symbolizes a deep connection with family history but also highlights the enduring strength and resilience passed down through generations. As members of the Belbroughton History Society look on with admiration for this transcontinental pilgrimage, we are reminded of the profound impact our ancestors have on shaping our identities. Through this photograph captured by James Bloodworth for Birmingham Post and Mail Archive during the 1980s era, we glimpse into a moment frozen in time – a testament to love for family heritage and unbreakable bonds that span across continents.

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