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Henry Porcher, Convict Voyage to New South Wales 1834-35

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Convict Transport Ship Henry Porcher - 1834-1835

Arrived at Port Jackson 1st January 1835 having departed Sheerness on the 1st September and the Downs on the 4th September 1834. Captain Hart with 253 male prisoners. Surgeon superintendent Thomas Galloway, R.N., The guard consisted of a detachment of 29 rank and file of 50th regt under orders of Lieut. Malcolm. 8 women and 7 children passengers[1].

  • Convicts embarked – 260 male convicts
  • Convicts relanded while still in English waters - 1 (swapped with a healthy convict)
  • Convicts who died on the voyage – 8 ( + 1 Guard)
  • Arrived in Port Jackson, New South Wales on 1st January 1835[1]

Further References

  • Claim a Convict[2]
  • Convict Record List[3]
  • New South Wales Sate Archives and Records[4]
  • Henry Porcher (1817 ship) Wikipedia[5]

Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 Free Settler or Felon
  2. Claim a Convict - Hawkesbury
  3. Convict Record List
  4. New South Wales Sate Archives and Records
  5. Henry Porcher (1817 ship)


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