She married on 24th March 1812 at St David's Hobart Town, to Charles Horan. His name was often recorded as Horam, Horne or Houran, they lived at Back River New Norfolk. Charles had a land grant next to Thomas Shone.
Charles arrived in Australia in 1803 as a free man. He was born in 1768.
One night in 1821, Robert Jillett and his sons, William and James were all charged with assault on
They had one child, possibly Edward Horne b. 7th July 1813. Tasmanian Archives also has it recorded as Edward Lorne, father Charles Lorne. I guess it depended upon who could write!
On 29th April, 1826 he posted an advertisement, "I the undersigned, hereby caution the public against giving trust and credit to my wife, Mary Horan, on my account, she having left the home without any just cause or provocation, and any person found harbouring, concealing or maintain her after rhs notice will be dealt with for such offence as the law directs.
Then there are two articles in the Hobart newspapers of the day, one dated 26th January 1827, where a Peter Cleary is charged with cutting, with intent to murder, Mary Horan, formerly Gillett. The prosecutrix, however, denied all knowledge of the statement she had made before the Magistrate, and behaved very improperly in Court, for which she was committed to gaol for one month. The prisoner Cleary was found guilty of an assault only. On this trial there was a great prevarication among the witnesses.
Then there is another article on 6th February 1827 where James Cleary was tried for stabbing Mary Horan on 31st July, with intention feloniously, willfully and maliciously aforth to kill and murder. A second count charges him with assault. He was found guilty on the second charge.
Mary Horan was committed to Launceston gaol for one month imprisonment for insolent language to the Judge and indecorous behaviour before the court.
Charles was also the witness to Robert Jillett's will.
Mary Ann died 2nd March 1842 in Hobart