Convict Transport Ship Canada's Voyage to New South Wales in 1810
 The "Canada" was a merchant ship launched at Shields in 1800. She made five trips transporting convicts to Australia. On two of those trips she was also under charter to the British East India Company (EIC). When she was not transporting convicts Canada traded with the West Indies, and with Canada until c.1832.
John Ward sailed her from Sheerness on 23 March 1810, and she arrived at Port Jackson on 8 September. Of the 122 female convicts she carried, only one died on the voyage.
- Convicts on the transport ship Canada – 1810 from the Convict Stockade website at: http://www.historyaustralia.org.au/twconvic/Canada+1810
- Details for the ship Canada (2) (1810) from the Claim a Convict database at: http://www.hawkesbury.net.au/claimaconvict/shipDetails.php?shipId=76
- Canada voyage to New South Wales, Australia in 1810 with 122 passengers from the Convict Records database at: https://convictrecords.com.au/ships/canada/1810
- Canada - Arrived 8 September 1810. from the NSW Convict Women on Ships arriving from England and Ireland 1788-1828 at: https://perthdps.com/convicts/confem18.html
- Prisoners and passengers of the Canada identified in the Hunter Valley from the FREE SETTLER or FELON website at: https://www.jenwilletts.com/searchaction.php?page=1&surname=&ship=canada%201810&firstname=
- Convict Ship Canada 1810 from the FREE SETTLER or FELON website at: https://www.jenwilletts.com/convict_ship_canada_1810.htm
- Canada (1800 ship) from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada_(1800_ship)
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