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Details for the ship Mandarin (1840)

Ship Name:Mandarin  
Rig Type:S.
Built:Holton
Build Year:1834
Size (tons):425
 
Voyage Details
Master:James Muddle
Surgeon:Alexander McKechnie
Sailed:25 February 1840
From:Spithead
Arrived:30 June 1840
Port:VDL
Route:Cape
Days Travel:126
Convicts Landed:210 males & 0 female convicts
Notes:
 

List of convict passengers

Ainot, CharlesCoyle, JamesHicks, WilliamPayne, George
Ainsworth, CharlesCrouchman, JamesHiggins, StephenPearce, Frederick
Algar, ThomasCurtis, JamesHolliday, RobertPhillips, William
Andrews, JohnDaley, GeorgeHolloway, EdwardPhillis, William
Ashworth, HenryDavis, WilliamHolmes, RobertPike, Venus
Bachelor, JamesDavis, WilliamHorne, JohnPolley, William
Baker, CharlesDay, JohnHouse, JohnPrice, John
Baldwin, JamesDay, JosiahHowell, JeremiahRead, Charles
Banner, WilliamDellar, CharlesHubbard, EdwardRedfern, Joseph
Barber, JohnDonovan, DennisHudson, JosephReeve, William
Bargery, JosephDowsett, IsaacHyde, JohnRichardson, William
Barlow, RobertDuke, ThomasIngham, JohnRiley, Thomas
Bell, GeorgeDunderdale, WilliamIvey, ThomasRing, William
Benton, JohnDye, RobertJeffs, RichardRippen, James
Berry, WilliamEdwards, ThomasJenner, JohnRoberts, Francis
Bickle, JamesEgan, TimothyJones, JohnRoberts, Thomas
Blake, WilliamEldridge, EdwardJones, WilliamRogers, Francis
Blonk, JohnEvans, ThomasJones, WilliamRohan, William
Boddy, WilliamFairbank, John WentworthJupp, LeviRoss, James
Bolding, WilliamField, HenryKaridge, JohnRynard, Edward
Bowler, JohnFielding, WilliamKelly, DennisSayer, Joseph
Breley, RobertFoley, WilliamKennedy, TimothyScott, William
Brian, JohnFoster, CharlesKidney, DanielSheldon, Henry
Brine, PatrickFrake, FrederickKimber, CharlesSkinner, William
Brown, GeorgeFrancis, JamesLane, JamesSmith, Charles
Brown, James SilvesterFreemont, WilliamLane, NoahSmith, James
Brown, MauriceFricker, JohnLawton, ThomasSmith, Thomas
Brunton, EdwardFrost, JohnLay, JohnSmith, Thomas
Bullmore, JamesGallop, JohnLiddiard, RichardSpencer, Edward
Bush, ThomasGarrod, JohnLittleboy, CharlesStandley, Joseph
Butt, JosephGeale, JamesLittleboy, WilliamStansfield, Henry
Butters, RichardGerrard, RowlandLovell, WilliamStreet, William
Bye, FrederickGolby, GeorgeMacdonald, JamesSuddenwood, John
Calvert, WilliamGoodchild, ThomasMack, JamesSutton, Matthew
Cane, JohnGouldie, JohnMansell, ThomasTaylor, Thomas
Cane, WalterGray, RichardMartin, JohnThomas, William
Carmody, JohnGreen, JohnMartin, JohnTunsted, George
Carney, JamesGregory, JohnMatthews, AbrahamUnderwood, John
Carter, JamesGriffin, ThomasMaybin, WilliamWaite, William
Cass, RichardGrove, GeorgeMcCaffrey, AndrewWatson, James
Chapman, JohnHaley, CorneliusMcCarthy, DavidWebb, Henry
Chaunt, Charles EdwardHall, GeorgeMerrett, ThomasWells, James
Chivers, DavidHammant, SamuelMole, ThomasWhite, David
Clarke, JohnHargreaves, EdwardMonk, CharlesWhite, Henry
Clover, JamesHarrigan, JohnMoore, JamesWhite, John
Coe, GeorgeHarris, WilliamMoore, JamesWhite, Thomas
Collins, BenjaminHarvey, ThomasMoore, ThomasWilds, John
Collins, ThomasHaswell, NathanielMorton, JohnWilliams, John
Corbett, DennisHawkins, ThomasMurray, HenryWilliams, John
Costly, WilliamHeath, JamesNixon, JohnWilliams, Zephaniah
Courbon, Jean JacquesHerbert, JohnO'Brien, WilliamWillis, Stephen
Cousins, EliasHewitt, RobertO'Neill, RogerWright, George
Cox, WilliamHey, HenryOfferings, JamesYoung, John

Note: The number of convicts recorded on this site that are associated with the ship Mandarin is 212 .This figure may not correlate with the full listing of convicts recorded in official documents.

Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/12, pp.149-158
  • Bateson, Charles & Library of Australian History (1983). The convict ships, 1787-1868 (Australian ed). Library of Australian History, Sydney : pp.364-365, 391

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