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Details for the ship Roslin Castle (4) (1834)

Ship Name:Roslin Castle (4)  
Rig Type:S.
Built:Bristol
Build Year:1819
Size (tons):450
 
Voyage Details
Master:William Richards
Surgeon:Robert Espie
Sailed:27 May 1834
From:London
Arrived:15 September 1834
Port:PJ
Route:
Days Travel:111
Convicts Landed:227 males & 0 female convicts
Notes:
 

List of convict passengers

Albiston, SamuelDay, JohnJames, JohnRobinson, George
Andrew, MichaelDean, EdwinJarvis, GeorgeRobinson, John
Ashbyshaw, BenjaminDenny, RobertJerrison, JamesRobinson, John
Aspinall, JamesDew, RichardJohnson, JohnRoebuck, William
Bailey, FrederickDonnelly, HenryJohnston, WilliamRussell, Christopher
Bailey, JamesDoran, BartleyJones, ThomasScott, James
Bailey, JohnDorman, ThomasJones, WilliamScrimshaw, William
Ball, GeorgeDownes, CharlesJones, WilliamShadbolt, Charles
Ball, ThomasDoyle, WilliamJudd, JamesSheen, Thomas
Barnes, JamesEdmonds, WilliamKay, JohnSheldon, William
Barrett, WilliamEdwards, WilliamKelsey, JamesShepherd, Edmund
Baxter, BaptistElliott, TitusKennedy, JamesShields, Patrick
Baxter, ThomasEmmett, RobertKent, WilliamSilvester, Henry
Bayley, CharlesFaulkner, HenryKing, WilliamSmallwood, Thomas
Beardmore, George MorecroftFleming, RobertLamb, GeorgeSmith, George
Benjamin, ReubenFord, JohnLashford, DavidSmith, John
Berkman, MarcusFowler, ThomasLavey, GeorgeSmith, Thomas
Bishop, CharlesFrankland, ThomasLaw, AbrahamSouthernwood, John
Blakelock, ThomasFranklin, JamesLewis, JohnSpurgeon, John
Bolton, JohnFryatt, JohnLivermore, WilliamStraus, William
Bond, JamesGale, EdwardLovell, RichardSwainston, Felix
Boon, EdwardGarland, RobertLucas, William (the younger)Sweeting, Charles
Bovingdon, JohnGilchrist, GeorgeLye, JosephTandy, John
Brammer, GeorgeGill, JohnMacConnell, JohnTaylor, James
Bratt, JohnGladden, WilliamMachon, JosephTaylor, Samuel
Brett, WilliamGorham, ThomasMacQuade, BernardThomas, Joseph
Brewer, Edmund CampbellGreen, ThomasMarsh, WilliamThomas, Richard
Brooks, BenjaminGreen, WilliamMathers, RichardThompson, John
Brown, JohnGrey, RichardMayers, PatrickTilling, James
Brown, JohnGrey, SabinMcKenzie, DuncanTinsey, Stephen
Brown, JohnGriffin, JamesMelvin, WilliamTinsley, Thomas
Brown, JohnHainsworth, RichardMetcalf, LeonardTownsend, John
Burkinshaw, JamesHaley, JohnMoffart, WilliamTurner, George
Butler, JamesHall, GeorgeMoreton, JohnWaldon, John
Butler, WilliamHall, SamuelMorris, WilliamWalker, Andrew
Butterworth, JamesHall, WilliamMulraine, EdwardWard, James
Butterworth, RobertHallsworth, ThomasNicholls, GeorgeWarren, James
Calligan, MichaelHampson, EllisNicholls, ThomasWarren, Joseph
Callon, JohnHanson, JamesO'Bryan, FrancisWassell, Thomas
Canning, RobertHarbert, CharlesO'Connor, AdolphusWaterhouse, James
Carey, FrederickHardy, JosephO'Hara, FrancisWaterworth, Edmund
Cartwright, ThomasHarris, JamesOates, JohnWatson, John
Casey, PatrickHarrison, GeorgeParkes, JosephWebster, Joseph
Cassidy, JamesHasler, RichardPavey, JohnWelling, Joseph
Childs, GeorgeHawley, GeorgePayne, WilliamWellington, Robert
Chipps, WilliamHenley, JamesPenny, JosephWhittey, John
Clark, ThomasHerring, JohnPercy, HenryWhittle, Matthew
Clarke, JohnHewitt, AlbertPhillips, ThomasWhittle, William
Clifford, James WatsonHibberd, GeorgePope, JamesWhyle, John
Cook, JohnHill, ThomasPotts, FrancisWild, George
Cook, WilliamHobbs, JohnPrendergrast, FrederickWilliams, John
Cooper, HenryHobbs, WilliamPritchard, JosephWilliamson, Henry
Cooper, JamesHorton, EdwardRadley, JohnWilliamson, James
Copps, GeorgeHowell, Thomas ReedRainsford, SeptimusWilton, Ephraim
Coxhead, ThomasHudson, ThomasRead, ThomasWood, Nicholas
Cradey, JamesHunter, JamesReid, ThomasWrenn, David
Creamer, MatthewIsherwood, HenryReynolds, JohnWright, Robert
Davison, RobertJackson, WilliamRice, John

Note: The number of convicts recorded on this site that are associated with the ship Roslin Castle (4) is 231 .This figure may not correlate with the full listing of convicts recorded in official documents.

Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/9, pp.351-360
  • 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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