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Details for the ship Mangles (6) (1833)

Ship Name:Mangles (6)  
Rig Type:S.
Built:Bengal
Build Year:1802
Size (tons):594
 
Voyage Details
Master:William Carr
Surgeon:James Rutherford
Sailed:14 December 1832
From:London
Arrived:19 April 1833
Port:PJ
Route:Direct
Days Travel:126
Convicts Landed:235 males & 0 female convicts
Notes:
 

List of convict passengers

Abbott, GeorgeEwins, AmbroseLomas, HenryShillock, John
Adey, ThomasFarrow, ThomasLowe, JohnSingleton, William
Ambler, SquireFerguson, JohnLucock, JohnSmith, Alexander
Anderson, NicholasFidling, JosephLyon, ThomasSmith, George
Armitage, ThomasFleming, JamesMacDonald, ThomasSmith, Henry
Askey, JohnFord, JohnMann, GeorgeSmith, Henry
Attiwell, JohnFrankum, ThomasMcArthur, JamesSmith, Henry
Bagnall, MichaelFraser, StewartMcColgan, JamesSmith, John
Baker, EdwardFreeman, WilliamMcGee, HenrySmith, Joseph
Baker, WilliamFry, Thomas OldmeadowMcGhee, JohnSmith, Thomas
Baldwin, SamuelGadsden, RichardMeadley, GeorgeSolomons, Samuel
Bateman, ThomasGambold, John DavidMellor, IsaacSpiking, Adlard
Baxter, AdamGardner, GeorgeMercer, WilliamSpringate, George
Beardmore, ThomasGates, WilliamMilton, Henry CosmoStaines, John
Bellingham, GeorgeGibson, John GordonMoore, JohnStirzaker, John
Benvey, JohnGibson, RichardMoran, PeterSwan, Thomas
Bird, ThomasGlitherow, JohnMorrison, AlexanderSwiney, Samuel
Birtwhistle, JamesGoodfellow, ThomasNewlove, GeorgeSykes, Charles
Blumson, JosephGreenhow, HenryNewman, JohnTaylor, John
Bradford, StephenGrimshaw, JohnNewman, RobertTaylor, Thomas
Bradley, HenryHackett, GeorgeNewton, JohnTeasdale, Richard
Brown, ThomasHannon, JohnNorth, GeorgeTerrett, George
Buck, WilliamHarding, EdwinNorth, WilliamThompson, William
Budd, ThomasHarewood, WilliamOrmerod, JohnThorn, Thomas
Callagan, EdwardHaynes, WilliamOwen, JohnThornton, Charles
Cardy, WilliamHazlewood, CharlesOwen, ThomasTilston, Edward
Carr, HenryHeaven, GeorgePage, JosephTomkinson, John
Carter, JohnHemmings, GeorgePaterson, JohnTongue, Thomas
Carwardine, ThomasHerbert, DanielPearson, EdwardTroth, George
Chambers, EdwardHewitt, JohnPemberton, BenjaminTurner, John
Chapman, GeorgeHill, DanielPennington, ChristopherVenn, James
Church, GeorgeHitchcock, JamesPerry, ThomasVowles, William
Clarke, ChristopherHope, JamesPiercy, JeremiahWakeman, Thomas
Collins, JamesHorton, WilliamPimm, WilliamWalker, James
Conolly, JohnHowell, SamuelPinder, RichardWalker, Shadrach
Coombs, SamuelHuddlestone, ThomasPostle, JohnWalley, John
Copeland, JamesHughes, PeterPotter, JohnWalters, John
Cotton, GeorgeHutchins, JohnPotter, JohnWaters, David
Cox, JohnJarman, GeorgePound, HenryWatson, George
Cray, MichaelJohnson, JamesPrice, JamesWeeks, Charles
Cribbs, ThomasJones, DavidPrice, JohnWells, Joseph
Cropper, JohnJones, EdwardPrice, WilliamWestern, Edward
Crowther, BenjaminJones, FrederickPugh, WilliamWhite, Frederick
Cunningham, JohnJones, HenryRaynor, GeorgeWhite, Nathan
Davenport, ThomasJones, JohnReeve, WilliamWillacy, Edward
Davies, John GeorgeJones, WilliamReynolds, WilliamWilliams, Frederick
Day, WilliamJones, WilliamRigby, WilliamWilliams, James
Dean, SamuelJordan, GeorgeRing, EmanuelWilliams, James
Dillon, WilliamKing, CharlesRoach, JohnWilliams, Roger
Dobbokin, JohnKinnear, GeorgeRobb, AndrewWilliams, Samuel
Donnykin, MichaelKnight, JohnRoberts, JosephWilliams, William
Douglas, JamesKnox, ArchibaldRoute, JamesWillis, William
Douglass, HughLancaster, WilliamRowbottom, EdwardWilmot, Henry
Douglass, JamesLangshaw, JamesSanders, WilliamWilson, Bernard
Dyer, HughLawrel, MatthewScandrick, EdwardWilson, James
Edwards, David JamesLeaver, JobScott, JamesWood, James
Ellis, WilliamLindsay, WilliamScott, JohnWoods, William
Erle, HenryLloyd, HenrySeaking, CharlesWoolard, William
Everett, JamesLloyd, JohnSerjeant, CharlesWright, Thomas

Note: The number of convicts recorded on this site that are associated with the ship Mangles (6) is 236 .This figure may not correlate with the full listing of convicts recorded in official documents.

Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/8, pp.487-501
  • Bateson, Charles & Library of Australian History (1983). The convict ships, 1787-1868 (Australian ed). Library of Australian History, Sydney : pp.350-351, 388

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