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Lady MacNaghten, Convict Voyage to New South Wales 1835

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The Convict Transport Ship Lady McNaughten's 1835 Voyage to New South Wales

Her first voyage to Australia left Dublin on 23 June 1835 for Sydney under Captain Hustwick, with 300 male prisoners, under the superintendence of Dr. Jarman, R. N. The guard consisted of Lieutenant Trapands and Baumgartner, and 29 soldiers of the 25th Regiment. Passengers were Michael Brown, clerk of the works for Sydney, Mrs. Brown and their four children, also eight women emigrants and four children. WIKIPEDIA

The Lady McNaughten arrived in Port Jackson on 30 October 1835 with 298 male prisoners. Five men had been re-landed in Dublin - James Tallant, Michael Cannon, Richard Mapother, James Smith (alias Arnold) and William Healy; and two had died at sea - Patrick Brady and Thomas Feehan. Another three men died in Sydney Hospital in the weeks after arrival - James Molloy, Patrick Kelly (alias Doyle) and Patrick Monks. FREE SETTLER OR FELON?



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