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Voyage of Medina 1823

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Convict Transport Ship MEDINA's Voyage to Port Jackson in 1823

Sailed on 5th September, 1823 from Cork, Ireland and arrived 29th December, 1823 at Port Jackson in New South Wales.

Carrying 177 male convicts, after 3 of the original contingent had been re-landed just days before she set sail. One prisoner died during the voyage.

The Military Guard consisted of a detachment of the 40th Regiment. Consisting of Lieutenant Frederick Charles Ganning; one ensign; assistant surgeon Coleman; one sergeant, two corporals; 31 privates; 4 women and 5 children. The 40th had been serving in Ireland.



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