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Parmelia, Convict Voyage to New South Wales 1832

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Voyage of the Convict Transport Parmelia to the New South Wales Colony in 1832

type: barque

size: 443 tons


sailed: from Sheerness on the 28th of July 1832

master: James Gilbert

surgeon superintendent: Richard Allen
Medical and surgical journal - from The National Archives' catalogue

arrived: at Port Jackson on the 16th of November 1832

passengers: 196 male convicts (4 deaths).

Prisoners who died on the voyage: Roger Sims, John Sullivan, Charles Ashall and Edward Gribbin.

MIiltary Guard: consisted of 31 rank and file of the 4th Regiment, one soldier of the 17th and one of the 63rd with their wives and families, under the command of Captain Young of the 38th regiment and Lieut. Williamson of the 48th regiment.


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