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Details for the ship Fairlie (1) (1834)

Ship Name:Fairlie (1)  
Rig Type:S.
Built:Calcutta
Build Year:1812
Size (tons):756
 
Voyage Details
Master:Henry Ager
Surgeon:Alick Osborne
Sailed:27 October 1833
From:England
Arrived:15 February 1834
Port:PJ
Route:Direct
Days Travel:111
Convicts Landed:372 males & 0 female convicts
Notes:
 

List of convict passengers

Adams, WilliamDen, WilliamKeeler, ThomasRogers, William
Allan, RobertDevar, FrancisKeeling, JohnRogers, William
Allen, GeorgeDobbyns, JamesKenny, WilliamRooney, John
Annan, RobertDouce, WilliamKeys, SamuelRuscoe, Richard
Armitt, CharlesDowling, WilliamKidman, JamesRussell, George
Armitt, ThomasDrayton, SamuelKnight, Joseph BarkerSaunders, William
Ashby, HenryDunkerley, JohnLane, JohnScaling, Francis
Ashe, PeterDunn, SamuelLane, WilliamShanks, William
Ashford, ThomasDyson, CharlesLangford, JohnShaw, Joseph
Attwood, SamuelEllis, JosephLarder, WilliamShaw, Joshua
Badger, WilliamEllis, WilliamLaughton, WilliamShepherd, Edward
Bailey, JamesEvans, DanielLawrie, WilliamShortland, Charles
Bailey, JosephEvans, RobertLenton, JosephSilverlock, James
Bain, JohnEvans, ThomasLewis, AbrahamSilvey, James
Baker, GeorgeEverett, WilliamLewis, JosephSinclair, John
Baker, JamesEvett, SamuelLilwall, JohnSlater, Alfred
Baldrey, WilliamExley, ThomasLindsay, JohnSmith, Henry
Barclay, WilliamFarquhar, JamesLloyd, EdwardSmith, James
Barlow, JamesFeatherston, WilliamLloyd, EdwinSmith, James
Barnsby, WilliamFellows, GeorgeLockhart, OliverSmith, John
Barr, GeorgeFerris, JamesLockyer, JamesSmith, John
Barrell, RobertFitzgerald, JohnLong, FrancisSmith, John
Barton, ThomasFletcher, SamuelLovatt, CharlesSmith, John
Bassett, SamuelFlood, MichaelLovatt, JohnSmith, William
Battersby, JohnForbes, AlexanderLove, DanielSmith, William
Baucutt, EdwardFord, JohnLundie, PeterSmith, William
Bennett, JohnForeshaw, GeorgeLush, JeremiahSmith, William
Bennett, ThomasForeshaw, WilliamManson, ThomasSoars, James
Benson, JamesFrazer, JamesMarsden, JohnSoden, Thomas
Bentley, WilliamFrost, GeorgeMartin, ThomasSt. George, John
Berry, BenjaminGadsby, ThomasMartin, WilliamStanden, Thomas
Bevans, JohnGains, WilliamMastees, William RandellStanford, Thomas
Biggs, JamesGallivan, WilliamMcCann, JohnStaples, John
Billington, JamesGillard, WilliamMcCausland, JohnStatham, Peter
Bisgrove, JamesGillett, ThomasMcColiff, JeremiahSterrat, Daniel
Blackall, WilliamGillson, GeorgeMcKay, DuncanStevens, Alfred
Blackburn, ObadiahGoff, CharlesMcKay, JamesStevens, Henry
Blackwell, JamesGolden, JonathanMcLeod, AlexanderStimpson, Barnard
Blackwell, JohnGoodman, WilliamMcLoskee, JohnStock, William
Bluck, RichardGordon, HenryMcLoskey, CharlesSullivan, Henry
Blunden, SamuelGordon, PeterMeacham, WilliamSurrey, William
Bonham, JohnGosh, BenjaminMee, JosephSymon, George
Booth, GeorgeGray, JosephMeek, RichardTaylor, James
Bourne, HenryGray, WilliamMelville, NinianTaylor, John
Bowling, EdwardGreen, HenryMidgley, ThomasTaylor, Robert
Bowser, TimothyGreen, JamesMiller, RobertThompson, Matthew
Brentnall, WilliamGreenbank, GeorgeMoney, JosephThompson, William
Britton, RichardGreenough, JamesMoon, RogerTomkins, Abraham
Brooks, JohnGregory, WilliamMoon, WilliamTrickett, George
Brown, ThomasGriffin, RobertMorgan, RobertTuck, William
Brown, WilliamGroves, JosephMorgan, WilliamTugwell, James
Buckett, JacobGuppy, JosephMorris, ThomasTurner, John
Bufton, JohnHall, JohnMoseley, ThomasTurner, Joseph
Bullard, WilliamHall, ThomasMosley, WilliamVaughan, William
Bunworth, PeterHallett, JohnMozley, FrederickVessey, Henry
Burke, JohnHammersley, BenjamiinMuir, WilliamVickery, James
Burling, JoshuaHartland, WilliamMunds, HenryWalkden, Robert
Burrows, WilliamHartley, GeorgeMurray, JohnWalker, Samuel
Cadman, SamuelHarwood, GeorgeNason, WilliamWalker, William
Caffey, HughHaslam, JamesNeighbour, RobertWalker, William
Caims, CharlesHasler, JamesNewell, CharlesWalker, William Brymen
Cannon, GeorgeHawkesley, JamesNewton, JohnWalkman, James
Carney, ThomasHaydon, WilliamNicholls, JohnWallace, George Blair
Carr, GeorgeHayes, BenjaminNixon, WilliamWalmsley, James
Carrington, ThomasHaywood, WilliamNott, CharlesWard, Joseph
Carter, JamesHerbert, EdwardNoy, MichaelWard, Robert
Carter, ThomasHerod, IsaacNuttall, SamuelWatkin, Thomas
Carthie, JohnHeron, WilliamOgden, ThomasWatson, James
Chard, JohnHerring, RichardOxley, AbrahamWatson, Richard
Clark, HenryHerring, ThomasPardoe, JamesWaugh, William (the younger)
Clark, JohnHills, JamesPark, JamesWebb, George
Clarke, JohnHodgkinson, ThomasParkes, GeorgeWells, George
Clarke, RobertHolbrook, JohnPeake, MichaelWells, Thomas
Clary, WilliamHolgate, JohnPearson, ThomasWest, James
Close, GeorgeHolmes, JohnPeden, RobertWetherall, William
Cole, DanielHolmes, WilliamPlumbley, JohnWhateley, Charles
Cole, HenryHorsfall, AbrahamPlummer, JohnWhite, David
Cole, JamesHosier, ThomasPrankard, JamesWhite, Thomas
Cole, WilliamHoskins, JamesPrice, MorganWilliams, George
Coleman, ThomasHubble, JosephPritchard, WilliamWilliams, Henry
Collett, StephenHughes, JosephProvis, JohnWilliams, James
Cooke, EdwardIndell, JosephQuarman, ThomasWilliams, John
Cope, JobIves, WilliamRanscomb, ThomasWilliams, Thomas
Coulthurst, ThomasJackson, GeorgeReece, JohnWilson, James
Coupar, PeterJackson, JamesReynolds, WilliamWilson, John
Cox, RobertJacobs, JohnRichards, ThomasWinfield, John
Crockson, RichardJames, WilliamRichards, WilliamWinsper, William
Crowder, JosephJohnson, EdwardRichardson, JamesWinteringham, James
Darby, RichardJohnson, IsaacRichardson, JosephWood, Michael (the younger)
Davidson, ThomasJohnson, JohnRiley, MichaelWoods, James
Davies, ThomasJohnson, WilliamRiley, RobertWright, Charles
Davis, JosephJones, EdwardRoberts, HenryYoung, James
Davis, ThomasJones, HenryRoberts, John
Davis, WilliamJones, JamesRobertson, Daniel
Davison, BenjaminJones, OwenRobertson, John

Note: The number of convicts recorded on this site that are associated with the ship Fairlie (1) is 377 .This figure may not correlate with the full listing of convicts recorded in official documents.

Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/9, pp.233-247
  • Bateson, Charles & Library of Australian History (1983). The convict ships, 1787-1868 (Australian ed). Library of Australian History, Sydney : pp.352-353, 389

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