This space is linked to a landing category Ramillies, Arrived 11 Aug 1850
The Ramillies voyage from Plymouth April 18 1850 - arrived Hobart July 24 1850 and then proceeded to Port Jackson, New South Wales arriving August 11 1850
- 1850 'LAUNCESTON.', The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), 12 August, p. 2. , viewed 06 Apr 2021, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article12920193 'The Ramillies left Plymouth the 18th of April, and called at Hobart Town to land some prisoners' wives : she has now on board 240 bounty emigrants, consisting of 15 married couples, 69 single men, 82 single women, 31 male and 24 female children under 14 years of age. Previous to her arrival at Hobart Town there had been much sickness on board, and it was only abated by the continued exertions of the doctor, and the excellent discipline carried on in the ship. One child died since leaving Hobart Town. "
- Broxam, Graeme, Shipping Arrivals and Departures, Tasmania, 1843-1850, Roebuck, 1998, p207. CO 386/154 - Convict Families Applications, lists families on board this ship. Ramillies (1850) Departed Plymouth 18 Apr 1850 with 6 cabin passengers, 271 Bounty immigrants & 22 convicts (for Norfolk Island) arriving Hobart 24 Jul 1850.
- 1850 'SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.', The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893), 17 August, p. 3. , viewed 06 Apr 2021, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article690966 Arrived - August 11.—Ramillies, barque, 740 tons, Captain Carvell, from Hobart Town the 6th instant. Passengers—Dr. Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Manning and three children, nineteen intermediate, and 240 immigrants.
- 1850 'Shipping Intelligence.', The People's Advocate and New South Wales Vindicator (Sydney, NSW : 1848-1856), 17 August, p. 2. , viewed 06 Apr 2021, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article251538820 August 11... Ramillies, barque, 740 tons, Carvell, from Hobart lown 6th instant. Passengers-Dr. Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Manning and three children, and nineteen intermediate, and 240 emigrants.
- Note some convicts listed as serving in Western Australia are given as arriving on the Ramillies 1850, Daniel Sullivan 1832. this is probably a transcription error, 1850 likely being the date of conviction. The 1854 voyage of the Ramillies took convicts to Western Australia