Alice Clarke, Ula Clarke, Sarah Bellamy, down under, Worcestershire
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.
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