Ann WHITE arrived in Sydney per the "Neptune" on 28 Jun 1790 having been tried in Middlesex on 28 Oct 1789 and sentenced to 7 years transportation (from an entry for Ann White on Lesley Uebel's page at http://users.bigpond.net.au/convicts/page76.html and other sources). Her age was not listed.
In 1791 she had a daughter Elizabeth Ann SCOTT by John SCOTT, a seaman, who became a settler on Norfolk Island after being discharged from his ship in Nov 1791 (the "Neptune" or "Sirius"?). He probably traveled with Ann on the "Queen", leaving Sydney 2 Nov 1791 and arrived on Norfolk Island on 11 Nov 1791.
In 1794 they were recorded as a childless married couple and so they were probably married by Richard Johnson when he visited the island in Nov 1791 (notes by Georgina Crisp). He left Norfolk Island per “Asia” on 26 Sep 1795 leaving Ann and child Elizabeth Ann behind.
Kennedy MURRAY arrived in Port Jackson per "Pitt" on 14 Feb 1792 having been tried in Glasgow in 1796 and sentenced to 14 years transportation (from an entry for Ann White on Lesley Uebel's page at http://users.bigpond.net.au/convicts/page76.html). The "Pitt" sailed from Yarmouth on 17 Jul 1791. His age was not given, but reportedly he was born ~1764 in Dundonald, Ayrshire, Scotland (notes by Georgina Crisp).
Kennedy and Ann lived together between 1796 and 1802 and had 2-3 children. He left Norfolk Island on 23 Apr 1802, a month after the birth of Elizabeth, and settled in Penrith on 30 acres granted on 25 Nov 1809 (ref#1731).
Richard SYDES arrived in Port Jackson per the "Ganges" in June 1797 having been tried at Warwick in 1794 and sentenced to 14 years transportation (from an entry for Richard Sides on Lesley Uebel's page at http://users.bigpond.net.au/convicts/page76.html and other sources) . His age was reported as 18 years old and so he would have been born ~1776. He appears in the Norfolk Island victualling lists for 1800-1802.
Around 1803 Richard began a relationship with Ann WHITE and they had 4-5 children from 1804 to 1815. On 14 Mar 1814 they were formally married at St John's Church in Launceston (certified copy of marriage certificate).
The family moved from Norfolk Island to northern Tasmania in 1813, arriving on 20 Jan 1813 and settling at Norfolk Plains. Ann died in on 20 Dec 1820 and was buried at St Johns church, Launceston.