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Anna Maria, Arrived 26 Jan 1852

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This was the Anna Maria's second voyage as a convict transport to Van Diemen's land. [1] The voyage left Woolwich on 6 Oct 1851, and arrived in Hobart on 26 Jan 1852, bringing 190 female convicts (another 3 died en route), with two families in the cabin, and 46 children under 14 in steerage under the care of one woman, 6 of whom died en route - all of the deaths were listed as children of convicts.[2] According to the Ship Surgeon's journal[3], the convicts were from Millbank prison and in a generally clean and healthy condition, however the children from various workhouses and parishes were malnourished.

Anna Maria voyage to Van Diemen's Land, Australia in 1851 with 200 passengers

Details for the ship Anna Maria

Ship Name: Anna Maria

Rig Type: Bk.

Built: Calcutta

Build Year: 1836

Size (tons): 421

Voyage Details

Master: Edward M. Smith

Surgeon: W. McCrea

Sailed: 6 October 1851

From: Woolwich

Arrived: 26 January 1852

Port: Van Diemen's Land

Route: Direct

Days Travel: 112

Convicts Landed: 0 males & 196 female convict

List of Convict Passengers Via the Anna Maria (1852)

Allen, Phoebe

Amphlett, Mary

Andrews, Jane

Archibald, Marion

Barber, Sarah

Beckett, Ann Jane

Bell, Eliza

Bence, Margaret

Bennett, Mary Ann

Blick, Frances

Bosanko, Elizabeth

Bothwell, Margaret

Botibol, Esther Henrietta

Bradley, Matilda

Briggs, Ellen

Brittain, Mary Ann

Broom, Elizabeth

Brown, Ann

Brown, Ann

Brown, Mary Ann

Bryceland, Catherine

Burns, Margaret

Campbell, Catherine

Carnally, Ann

Cartmell, Elizabeth

Cartwright, Frances

Casterton, Catherine

Catchlove, Ann

Cavannah, Rose Ann

Cavannah, Sarah

Cherry, Sarah

Clabby, Bridget

Clark, Jane

Clement, Margaret

Cooke, Ellen

Corrigan, Maria

Crawford, Mary Ann

Cummings, Rosanna

Cunningham, Ann

Cunningham, Mayzie

Cureton, Ann

Currans, Agnes

Currie, Ann

Darlington, Sarah

Day, Ann

Day, Lydia

Dennington, Elizabeth

Dickson, Ann

Dimmock, Mary

Dixon, Ann

Docherty, Mary Ann

Doherty, Amelia

Douglas, Elizabeth

Douglas, Margaret

Dowd, Mary

Ellis, Ann

Erskine, Margaret

Evans, Mary

Farmer, Mary Ann

Fazakerley, Catherine

Ferguson, Ann

Ferguson, Mary Ann

Ferns, Bridget

Fraser, Margaret

Gallacher, Grace

Garratt, Sarah

Gauld, Elizabeth

Gee, Jane

Gettans, Margaret

Gibb, Elizabeth

Gibson, Sarah

Gilbert, Esther

Glenn, Mary

Graham, Louisa

Graham, Mary

Hamilton, Sarah

Hampton, Caroline

Harris, Charlotte

Hawkins, Amelia

Healey, Mary

Henderson, Jess

Higgins, Mary

Holdsworth, Emma

Holloway, Eliza

Howis, Eliza

Inch, Margaret

Inglis, Isobel

Jaag, Ann

James, Eliza

James, Elizabeth

Johnson, Elizabeth

Jones, Eliza

Jones, Ellen

Jones, Sarah

Joy, Ann

Kelly, Ann

Kelly, Jane

Kennedy, Mary

Kenny, Rose Jane

Killgriff, Ellen

Knight, Sarah

Laing, Mary

Lair, Eliza

Lane, Mary Ann

Lawson, Ann

Lee, Mary

Lockhart, Margaret

Long, Mary

Lynch, Elizabeth

Lynch, Hannah

MacDermott, Bridget

MacGuire, Mary

Maddich, Emma

Malcom, Harriet

Mallam, Elizabeth

McCallum, Catherine

McCartney, Mary

McColville, Margaret

McCormack, Mary

McDonald, Catherine

McDonald, Elizabeth

McEwan, Mary

McGhee, Mary Ann

McGilvray, Catherine

McIntyre, Bridget

McIntyre, Mary

McKay, Janet

McKenna, Catherine

McKenzie, Margaret

McQueen, Mary

Mead, Mary

Meyrick, Maria

Miller, Janet

Moore, Ellen

Morris, Mary Ann

Moulton, Jane

Mulheron, Jane

Murphy, Mary

Murray, Catherine

Nelson, Bridget

Newman, Mary Ann

O'Donnell, Mary

Ogilvie, Mary

Oliver, Elizabeth

Oliver, Hannah

Painter, Catherine

Park, Jane

Pennington, Emma

Phillips, Fanny

Plant, Ann

Powhill, Mary Ann

Preece, Jane

Purday, Ellen

Reilly, Margaret

Robertson, Christina

Robertson, Janet

Rogers, Martha

Ross, Jane

Sandles, Hannah

Saunders, Elizabeth

Scrymgeour, Jess

Selling, Ann

Settle, Ann

Shields, Catherine

Simpson, Ellen

Skerry, Mary Ann

Slater, Margaret

Smalley, Eliza

Smith, Ann

Smith, Ann

Smith, Hannah

Smith, Jane

Smith, Margaret

Smith, Mary

Smith, Mary

Squire, Mary Ann

Stewart, Jean

Stinetto, Elizabeth

Tattersall, Margaret

Teague, Martha

Thomas, Mary Ann

Thorpe, Hannah Jane

Tucker, Ann

Tunnicliffe, Diana

Tunny, Eliza

Turnbull, Isabella

Walker, Janet

Walker, Mary Ann

Watson, Helen

Watt, Mary

Welsh, Ann

Welsh, Ann

Weston, Angelina

White, Margaret

Wilkinson, Eliza

Williams, Eliza

Williams, Mary

Willis, Catherine

Willis, Susan

Wright, Ann

Note: The number of convicts recorded on this site that are associated with the ship Anna Maria (2) is 200 .This figure may not correlate with the full listing of convicts recorded in official documents. [1]


  • Bateson, Charles & Library of Australian History (1983). The convict ships, 1787-1868 (Australian ed). Library of Australian History, Sydney : pp.370-371, 394
  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/17, pp.229-248


  1. Convict Records website
  2. Tasmanian shipping record MB2/39/1/14 p215, CSO24/1/191 file 7002
  3. Journal of the Anna Maria Convict Ship, Mr. W. McCrea, Surgeon, Between the 22nd September 1851 and the 4th February 1852, AOT, Adm. 101/3 (AOT Reel 3187)
  • Convict Records.com
  • Female Convict Research Centre, PDF copy of the Journal of the Anna Maria Convict Ship, Mr. W. McCrea, Surgeon, between the 22nd September 1851 and the 4th February 1852. AOT, Adm. 101/3 (AOT Reel 3187).
  • The Claim a Convict website at: [2]

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