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Borneo, Convict and Immigrant Voyage to Van Diemen's Land and New South Wales 1828

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The voyage of the convict transport and also immigrant ship Borneo

Departed London, England, 11 May 1828
Arrived Hobart Town, Van Diemen’s Land 8 October 1828
Arrived Port Jackson, Sydney, New South Wales, 27 December 1828
The convict ship Borneo under the leadership of master Captain Richard M Wichelo departed London 11 May 1828 and landed in to both Van Diemen's Land and New South Wales in 1828 with Bounty Immigrants. She was 428 tons built in Borneo in 1817. The Surgeon Superintendent was Oliver Sproule. On board were 21 women and 49 children passengers, and 73 female prisoners. Passengers included: J. Gellibrand Esq., W. Lummin and lady ; steerage, W. Wood, 16 free women and 40 children.


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