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Details for the ship London (1) (1844)

Ship Name:London (1)  
Rig Type:S.
Built:London
Build Year:1833
Size (tons):612
 
Voyage Details
Master:John T. Attwood
Surgeon:Charles Inches
Sailed:23 March 1844
From:Portsmouth
Arrived:9 July 1844
Port:VDL
Route:
Days Travel:108
Convicts Landed:250 males & 0 female convicts
Notes:
 

List of convict passengers

Abbis, CharlesEvans, JamesJones, DavidRoss, Thomas
Allen, WilliamEvans, JamesJones, GeorgeRowbottom, Henry
Banks, WilliamEvans, ThomasJones, GeorgeRowen, John
Barnes, MarkFaulkner, BenjaminJones, JohnRowland, John
Barnfield, RichardFaulkner, HenryJones, RobertRowley, George
Barry, JosephFaulkner, LotJones, ThomasRuffle, Henry
Beswick, JohnFeatherstone, JohnJowett, JosephRussell, John
Bevins, RalphFee, RobertJuba, JamesRussell, William
Birch, JosephFegan, JamesKenney, WilliamSandland, Thomas
Bird, EdwardFenton, DanielKershaw, JohnSapwell, Daniel
Blackaby, WilliamFisher, JohnKertcher, HenrySavill, William
Blakey, JohnFitzgerald, JohnKnapsey, JamesScholfield, William
Bloomfield, ThomasFloyd, CharlesKnowles, GeorgeShand, Charles
Boocock, JoshuaFox, WilliamLambert, JamesShaw, John
Booth, ThomasFoxon, ThomasLambert, SolomonSimcoe, Henry
Bostock, EdwardFranklin, JohnLawson, GeorgeSimmonds, James
Branwhite, JosephGarland, JamesLewcey, DanielSimmons, Matthew
Bray, BenjaminGarner, JohnLewis, FrederickSmith, James
Broadhurst, JohnGarth, RichardLewis, GeorgeSmith, John
Brook, RichardGawler, UriahLewis, JohnSmith, John
Brooks, IsaacGoden, JamesLloyd, WilliamSmith, John
Broughton, WilliamGoldie, FrancisLord, RichardSmith, Thomas
Browning, JamesGriffiths, CharlesLynch, ThomasSmith, William
Burridge, HenryGrubb, ThomasMackenzie, JamesSpall, Robert
Burridge, MatthewGyde, SamuelMaddocks, CharlesSpink, William
Butler, GeorgeHagger, JohnMarks, CharlesStephenson, Anthony
Byrom, ThomasHall, JohnMaskell, EdwardStyles, Elijah
Calderbank, ThomasHanney, JohnMcCarthy, JohnTaylor, George
Calderwood, WilliamHardstaff, Thomas (the younger)McCarthy, JohnTaylor, Joseph
Cammell, WilliamHawke, JohnMcCulloch, EdwardTebbutt, Ralph
Capewell, ThomasHawkins, HenryMcGinley, JohnTennant, Thomas
Carter, HenryHawkins, JamesMcGuire, WilliamThompson, John
Carver, BenjaminHawton, RichardMidgeley, MilfredThomsett, John
Caudwell, JosephHayes, ThomasMills, HughTilley, Thomas
Charlton, HenryHaylett, IsaacMills, RichardTissington, Thomas
Clare, HenryHead, WilliamMoore, EdwardToplay, William
Clark, WilliamHeard, JosephMorgan, CharlesTosball, James
Clayton, JamesHenshaw, RobertMorley, GeorgeTownsend, Richard
Clowes, WilliamHerbert, FrederickMorris, ThomasTownsend, William
Cockle, JohnHester, ThomasMoul, GeorgeToy, William
Cole, JohnHickling, IsaacMoult, JosephTurk, Thomas
Collins, HoraceHiggin, RichardMower, CharlesVerity, John
Corry, ThomasHill, WilliamMunro, JamesViney, George
Coumbs, Henry PearceHincks, WilliamMurray, WilliamWall, Francis
Cox, JamesHolden, JohnMyatt, EdwardWaltham, Edward
Cox, ThomasHorsnell, JohnNewton, IsaacWebb, James
Cranfield, GeorgeHoward, WilliamNicholls, JosephWeeldon, William
Curner, FrederickHudson, ThomasPage, JosephWeston, George
Dare, WilliamHugh, JohnPassmore, GeorgeWhalley, John
Davey, WilliamHughes, Henry EdwinPeffers, EbenezerWhite, Philip
Davies, DavidHughes, JohnPhelps, WilliamWhite, William
Delve, JohnIngram, Thomas (the younger)Phillips, WilliamWilkins, George
Divall, JamesInnocent, JamesPittaway, WilliamWilliams, James
Done, SamuelJackson, WilliamPoolman, JohnWilson, Andrew
Donogan, JamesJames, IsaacPope, WilliamWire, James
Dove, NorrisJeffries, ValentinePrice, JamesWood, Alexander
Dover, ThomasJohnson, CharlesPrice, MarkWood, Joseph
Ecclestone, JamesJohnson, FrederickPritchard, GeorgeWoodfield, Thomas
Edwards, WilliamJohnson, RobertRafferty, AndrewWoodward, Joseph
Eggitt, JohnJohnson, ThomasRedburn, JosephWoolridge, William
Eldred, EzraJohnson, WilliamReed, GeorgeYoung, James
Ellis, FrederickJohnson, WilliamReeves, James
Erby, GeorgeJoiner, StephenRichardson, George

Note: The number of convicts recorded on this site that are associated with the ship London (1) is 250 .This figure may not correlate with the full listing of convicts recorded in official documents.

Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/14, pp.35-49
  • Bateson, Charles & Library of Australian History (1983). The convict ships, 1787-1868 (Australian ed). Library of Australian History, Sydney : pp.366-367, 393

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