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The third fleet convicts

Ryan, R. J. B.A.

The third fleet convicts

an alphabetical listing of names, giving place and date of conviction, length of sentence and ship of transportation

by Ryan, R. J. B.A.

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Published by Horwitz Grahame in Melbourne .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Convict ships -- Registers,
  • Prisoners, Transportation of -- Australia,
  • New South Wales -- Exiles

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementR.J. Ryan.
    SeriesCastle books
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHV8949 R9 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 126 p. :
    Number of Pages126
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20514672M
    ISBN 10072551521X
    OCLC/WorldCa11867482

    The Third fleet convicts: an alphabetical listing of names giving place and date of conviction, length of sentence and ship of transportation / [edited by] R.J. Ryan Horwitz Grahame Cammeray [N.S.W.] Australian/Harvard Citation. The First Fleet is the name given to the group of eleven ships carrying convicts, the first to do so, that left England in May and arrived in Australia in January The ships departed with an estimated convicts ( men and women), as well as officers, marines, their wives and children, and provisions and agricultural implements.

    Instead of being the saviours of the colony, the people of the Second Fleet were instead a great drain on its resources. A Third Fleet had to be sent (amazingly, they chose to use the same private contractors again). More than convicts were sent to Australia over eighty years. This is a tiny number compared to the number of free settlers. The Third Fleet was divided into divisions. The Atlantic, the Salamander and the William and Ann sailed from Plymouth while five of the other ships sailed from Portsmouth. The Queen sailed from Cork with a contingent of Irish convicts in : Vicki's Blog.

    The following books are good sources for further information about convicts and the English penal and transportation systems: Bateson, Charles. The Convict Ships. 2nd ed. Glasgow, Scotland: Brown, Son & Ferguson, (FHL book H2b.) Cobley, John F. C. C. The Crimes of the First Fleet Convicts. Sydney, Australia: Angus & Robertson, Third fleet families of Australia containing genealogical details of three hundred & eleven third fleeters, their children & grandchildren / compiled & edited by C.J. Smee Third Fleet Families of Australia Artarmon, N.S.W


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13 rows  The Third Fleet comprised 11 ships that set sail from the United The third fleet convicts book in February, March and Aprilbound for the Sydney penal settlement, with more than 2, convicts aboard. The passengers comprised convicts, military personnel and notable people sent to fill high positions in the colony.

More important for the fledgling colony was that the ships also carried provisions. The Third Fleet consisted of 11 ships which set sail from United Kingdom in February, March and April bound for the Sydney penal settlement, with over convicts. The passengers consisted of convicts, military personnel and notable people sent to fill high positions in the colony.

Health of the Third Fleet Convicts Departure The eleven ships of the Third Fleet departed England in March Atlantic; Salamander, William and Ann departed from Plymouth in March Mary Ann, Matilda, Active, Admiral Barrington, Albemarle, Britannia, Gorgon departed from Portsmouth in March Queen departed from Cork and met with the other vessels at Madeira.

The Crimes of the First Fleet Convicts by J. Cobley. Sydney Cove Series (4 Volumes – ) by J Cobley. The Search for John Small First Fleeter by Mollie Gillen. The Second Fleet: Britain’s Grim Convict Armada of by Michael Flynn. Crimes of the Lady Juliana Convicts by J Cobley. The Women of the Neptune by Anne Needham.

A page hard cover book with coloured outer covers. Size x x 12mm Object Registration Keywords sydney cove, penal colony, transportation, convicts Historical information Lists all the convicts in the Third Fleet alphabetically and names the ships on which they were transported.

When Made _ Made By The Dominion Press (Maker). 75 rows English, Book, Illustrated edition: The Third fleet convicts: an alphabetical listing. About Australian Convict Transportation Registers – Third Fleet, The bulk of the Third Fleet sailed from England on Ma and landed in Australia during July, August, September and October of.

14 rows  Similar Items. James McClelland's history of N.S.W.,book no. 1: complete list. Similar Items.

James McClelland's history of N.S.W.,book no. 1: complete list of names of first fleet convicts By: McClelland, James Published: () ; The Second fleet convicts a comprehensive listing of convicts who sailed in HMS Guardian, Lady Juliana Neptune, Scarborough and Surprise Published: () ; The First Fleet / By: Mundle, Rob.

The Third Fleet comprised 11 ships that set sail from the United Kingdom in February, March and Aprilbound for the Sydney penal settlement, with more than 2, convicts aboard.

The passengers comprised convicts, military personnel and notable people sent to fill high positions in the colony. More important for the fledgling colony was that the ships also carried provisions. Within a month of the arrival of the First Fleet at Sydney Cove, a group of convicts and free settlers were sent to take control of Norfolk Island, a small island 1, kilometres ( mi) east of the coast of New South convicts were sent, and many of them proved to be unruly; early saw a failed attempt to overthrow Lieutenant Philip Gidley King, the island's commandant.

The Second Fleet consisted of six ships - four transport ships and two storeships arrived in Sydney Cove in Three of the transport ships carried mostly male convicts and the other transport ship, The Lady Juliana, only carried Lady Juliana was the first all-female transport ship and the female population of Sydney more than doubled when it : Is Info.

The Third fleet convicts: an alphabetical listing of names giving place and date of conviction, length of sentence and ship of transportation / RJ Ryan (ed.). Horwitz Grahame, Starr, Marion, Unhappy Exiles, convicts of the Pitt & Kitty, The third fleet of 11 ships [Atlantic, William and Ann, Britannia, Matilda, Salamander, Albemarle, Mary Anne, Admiral Barrington, Active and Gorgon] arrived inwith over convicts.

The newspaper report states that male convicts and 4 female convicts died during the voyage, and that though conditions on board ship weren't as. Category: Convicts After the Third Fleet. Categories: Australia, History | Convict Transportation to Australia.

Project:Australian_Convicts_and_First_Settlers. Landing level category. This category contains profiles of people who travelled on convict ships, after the Third Fleet. A project to collect and merge the profiles for any convict, naval personnel or free settler arrivals on the Second Fleet from England to Australia, Second Fleet.

From Wikipedia. The Second Fleet is the name of the second fleet of ships sent with settlers, convicts and supplies to colony at Sydney Cove in Port Jackson, Australia.

/ Australian History Research / First Fleet Convicts, Second FleetThird Fleet A fully searchable edition of the largest body of texts detailing the lives of non-elite people ever published, containingcriminal trials held at London’s central criminal court, covering the years from –.

Australian convict records: New South Wales Between and about British convicts were sent to Australia. This State Library of South Australia guide will assist you to locate worldwide resources for researching your convict : Tony May.

The third fleet convicts: an alphabetical listing of names, giving place and date of conviction, length of sentence, and ship of transportation Author: R J Ryan, B.A. Australian Convict Transportation Registers – Third Fleet, This database contains Australian convict transportation registers for the Third Fleet of ships.

Information available in these registers includes: name of convict, date and place of conviction, term of sentence, name of ship on which sailed, departure date, name of colony sent to.

The Third Fleet was comprised of eleven ships and carried 2, convicts, as well as military personnel and people to fill positions in the onally, this fleet carried much needed provisions for the struggling colony.

The ships departed from England in February, March, and April of with over 2, convicts on board. The Queen was the only ship that left from Ireland.Sophia was born in the colony inthe daughter of Thomas Akers (First Fleet Convict, Charlotte, ) and Ann Hinchley (Third Fleet Convict, Mary Ann, ).

Denis Pember on 16th April, wrote: Sainty & Johnson; Census of New South Wales: Page Click to read more about The Third fleet convicts: an alphabetical listing of names giving place and date of conviction, length of sentence and by R. J. Ryan. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: R.

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