The good behaviour of Elizabeth Colley, Elizabeth Lee and Elizabeth Hippseley on the voyage aboard the Lady Penrhyn was recorded by Surgeon Bowes, and all three recommended by Bowes on 30 Jan 1788 to be members of the party to be sent to Norfolk Island. All three women travelled to Norfolk Island aboard HM Supply arriving in Mar 1788 on 6 Mar 1788, leaving Port Jackson aboard HM Supply 15 Feb 1788.
Elizabeth Lee was had been charged on 23 Feb 1785 at Old Bailey and sentenced to 7 years transportation for stealing 30 gallons of wine called red port value 10 pound, twelve gallons of other wine, called Malmsey Madeira value 12 pound, three gallons of white port value 20s and other goods.
She arrived in NSW aboard the Lady Penrhyn 1788. Elizabeth left Norfolk island aboard the Chesterfield in Apr 1793, bound for Bengal via Port Jackson,
Image: Monument for First Landing Party site March 1788, Kingston Norfolk Island
 The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t17850223-68.