20 July 1812
Louisa Anne Twamley (later LAM) was born at 47 Newhall Street
, the only child of comparatively elderly parents.
LAM published another autobiographical account of her trials in the new colony: My Home in Tasmania, During a Residence of Nine Years
In her last book, Bush Friends in Tasmania, Native Flowers, Fruits and Insects, Drawn from Nature, with Prose Descriptions and Illustrations in Verse
, LAM again took up a familiar subject and a version of a familiar title.
21 October 1895
LAM died "calmly and peacefully" although "in relative poverty" in Melbourne
, where she had recently arrived to live with friends.