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Details for the ship Hooghly (2) (1828)

Ship Name:Hooghly (2)  
Rig Type:S.
Built:London
Build Year:1819
Size (tons):466
 
Voyage Details
Master:Peter J. Reeves
Surgeon:Alexander Nisbit
Sailed:5 November 1827
From:London
Arrived:24 February 1828
Port:PJ
Route:
Days Travel:111
Convicts Landed:99 males & 0 female convicts
Notes:
 

List of convict passengers

Abrahams, WilliamDuross, JohnJerrom, JamesSergeson, William
Allen, RichardEdwards, FrederickJohnson, JamesShehan, John
Aspden, JohnEllingham, WilliamJohnson, JamesSlark, Thomas
Austin, JamesElliott, JamesJohnson, JohnSmith, Robert
Ballinger, CharlesFlannaghan, JohnJohnson, JohnStewart, Alexander (the younger)
Beck, WilliamFlyn, WilliamJones, ArthurStewart, George
Bennett, JohnFowler, WilliamJones, JohnTadd, Samuel
Berry, JohnFox, CharlesJordan, RobertTaylor, William
Black, JamesGiddings, ThomasJulian, JacobThomson, James
Bloomfield, JohnGiles, EdwardKelly, WilliamThorn, William
Booth, JohnGordon, JamesKilby, JohnTudor, Robert
Bradford, ThomasGrant, JohnLeach, WilliamWalker, John
Brindell, SamuelHadley, JohnLewis, WilliamWalkley, James
Brodie, JohnHarper, EnochLloyd, GeorgeWebb, Joseph
Brown, William HendersHarper, JohnLynes, JamesWheeler, James
Budge, JamesHayes, SamuelMaloney, JohnWilkinson, James
Budge, JohnHeddings, WilliamMintorn, WilliamWilliams, John
Burgess, WilliamHoare, JacobMitchell, JohnWilliams, William
Clayton, JohnHolden, WilliamMorant, GeorgeWinnicott, William
Coombs, JamesHolding, DanielMorley, SamuelWoodford, James
Curtis, RichardHolland, JeremiahPerkins, WilliamWright, William
Daniel, WilliamHorton, JohnProbert, WilliamWybrant, Thomas
Davenport, SamuelHowie, DavidPugh, RobertYem, William
Davies, JosephHughes, WilliamRibchester, ThomasYoung, Francis
Digby, JosephHunt, JosephRowell, John

Note: The number of convicts recorded on this site that are associated with the ship Hooghly (2) is 99 .This figure may not correlate with the full listing of convicts recorded in official documents.

Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/6, pp.283-288
  • 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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