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Anne, Convict Voyage to New South Wales 1800-01

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The Convict Transport Anne also known as Ann or Luz St Anna voyage to New South Wales in 1800/1801.

The Anne departed from Cork on 26 June 1800, with 147 men and 24 women. Manned by a crew of 42, including additional seamen to act as guards as the Admiralty could not spare any Marines due to the ongoing conflict in Europe.

There was a mutiny on board on the 29th July 1800 resulting in 2 convict deaths, before they arrived at Rio de Janeiro on 22 August.

From Rio de Janeiro the Anne sailed to the Cape of Good Hope. At Cape Town she embarked eight more sailors and soldiers.

Anne arrived at Port Jackson on 21 February 1801 with 127 male and 24 female convicts. In all, 20 male convicts had died on 240-day voyage



Convict Ship Anne 1801 from the Free Settler or Felon? website at: https://www.jenwilletts.com/convict_ship_anne_1801.htm

Anne (1799 ship) from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne_(1799_ship)

Irish Rebels to Australia 1800 - 1806 from the Irish Convicts to New South Wales 1788-1849 Provided by Peter Mayberry at: http://members.pcug.org.au/~ppmay/rebels.htm

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