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Andromeda, Convict Voyage to New South Wales 1830

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The Convict Transport ship ANDROMEDA's Voyage from Ireland to Port Jackson in 1830

She carried 180 male convicts from Cork, Ireland to Port Jackson (Sydney), New South Wales. Departed from Cork, Ireland on 28 August 1830 and arrived in Sydney on 18 December 1830. Eight convicts died on the voyage.

Master: Robert Parkin

Surgeon: George Fairfowl

The Guard consisted of a detachment of 17th regiment., five women, nine children under commanding Officer Captain Charles Forbes and Ensign John Rose Holden.



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