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Details for the ship Albion (2) (1827)

Ship Name:Albion (2)  
Rig Type:S.
Built:Bristol
Build Year:1813
Size (tons):479
 
Voyage Details
Master:James Ralph
Surgeon:Walk
Sailed:4 October 1826
From:Plymouth
Arrived:14 February 1827
Port:PJ
Route:
Days Travel:133
Convicts Landed:192 males & 0 female convicts
Notes:
 

List of convict passengers

Armitage, JamesFarmer, JamesLeeming, Richard EcclesRoberts, George
Askeren, JohnFenwick, FrancisLeeson, ThomasRoberts, James
Atherton, JamesFordham, JohnLeslie, GeorgeRobertson, David
Atkinson, JohnForster, JosephLewis, William GeorgeRonalds, John
Badger, JohnFrances, JamesLiney, EdwardRoper, Thomas
Bagnal, WilliamFrazer, JamesLinforth, JohnRoyals, Peter
Bagnall, WilliamFurlong, WilliamLock, MatthewRoyte, John
Bailey, GeorgeGardener, JohnLogan, DanielRyley, Thomas
Bairston, WilliamGilbert, JohnLomax, PeterShipley, Henry
Ball, George JenningsGisborne, JohnLowe, George AngellShuttleworth, John
Barlow, JohnGlover, SamuelMacintire, JohnSimpson, Charles
Barrs, JohnGrayson, William CurryMartin, AndrewSmith, Charles
Bartlett, JohnGreenwood, JohnMartin, JamesSmith, Henry
Blore, DanielGurney, ThomasMathieson, JohnSmith, James
Bonney, JamesHalckin, ClosMatthews, John (the younger)Smith, James
Bowes, WilliamHall, RobertMaulden, WilliamSmith, John
Breedon, ChristopherHammond, WilliamMcCarter, DuncanSmith, John
Brelsford, JohnHandam, FrancisMcGragh, JohnSnarl, John
Bristol, ArthurHare, JamesMcGregor, JohnSouthall, John
Broster, WilliamHarris, WilliamMcKenna, ThomasSteemson, Samuel
Brown, JamesHarrison, ThomasMcNicol, JohnStodart, John
Brown, JohnHart, JosephMcPherson, Nelson TrafalgarSugden, Edward
Brown, WilliamHiggins, CharlesMichie, ArchibaldSullivan, John
Bryant, JohnHindle, JohnMilligan, DavidSurgay, John
Bubb, WilliamHindle, PeterMitchell, WilliamTaylor, Edward
Bullock, HenryHitchcock, RobertMoier, HenryThomas, James
Burrows, ThomasHockley, JamesMurphy, DennisThompson, Joseph
Butter, GeorgeHodgson, WilliamMurphy, JohnThorp, Thomas
Carson, WilliamHolden, RichardNailor, GeorgeTimmins, John
Cate, JamesHorton, HenryNash, JamesTipping, John
Chick, JohnHoulcroft, RichardNeedham, FrederickToffs, William
Clark, JohnIborn, GeorgeO'Neil, CharlesTurner, John
Clarke, EdwardJebson, CharlesOakley, John EdwardUncles, John
Clarke, HenryJeffreys, WilliamOldham, JohnWalker, Joseph
Clegg, ThomasJohnson, GeorgePalmer, ThomasWaller, William
Clements, GeorgeJohnston, NeilParara, JosephWard, William
Collyer, StephenJones, JohnParker, JosephWeller, Thomas
Cooke, RichardJones, JosephParsons, WilliamWhite, James
Davis, JohnJoseph, MosesPearsall, SamuelWhite, Thomas
Dodd, JohnKent, ThomasPennington, RichardWickham, Henry
Dodds, GeorgeKilrey, GeorgePercival, ThomasWilday, John
Donovan, MichaelKing, JohnPerram, JamesWilliams, Thomas
Dunn, JohnKing, LukePope, HenryWilson, Henry
Eaden, JohnKingston, ThomasPrice, JohnWilson, Robert
Elliott, RichardKitcherside, WilliamRhodes, AdamWilson, William
Evans, EvanLacey, JohnRhodes, ThomasWinn, James
Evans, JohnLamond, CharlesRichardson, WilliamWolley, Joseph
Evans, ThomasLaythorpe, EdwardRiley, ThomasWoolhouse, Thomas

Note: The number of convicts recorded on this site that are associated with the ship Albion (2) is 192 .This figure may not correlate with the full listing of convicts recorded in official documents.

Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/6, pp.75-85
  • Bateson, Charles & Library of Australian History (1983). The convict ships, 1787-1868 (Australian ed). Library of Australian History, Sydney : pp.346-347, 385

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