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Details for the ship Runnymede II (1856)

Ship Name:Runnymede II  
Rig Type:S.
Built:Sunderland
Build Year:1854
Size (tons):720
 
Voyage Details
Master:William Burrows
Surgeon:
Sailed:15 June 1856
From:Plymouth
Arrived:7 September 1856
Port:WA
Route:
Days Travel:84
Convicts Landed:248 males & 0 female convicts
Notes:
 

List of convict passengers

Ackers, ThomasDent, ThomasJohnston, RobertParrell, Pierce
Adams, HenryDodd, JohnJohnston, WilliamPaul, Abraham
Alder, GeorgeDoig, JamesJones, DanielPhillips, Walter
Allen, JamesDolin, JohnJones, JohnPickering, John
Andrews, JamesDornan, ThomasJordan, JohnPierce, Thomas William
Atkins, WilliamDouglas, JamesKelly, JamesPigott, Alexander
Ayscough, John BurloughDrew, RobertKelly, JohnPointon, William
Bailey, JosephDrury, JosephKenworthy, SamuelPrimrose, Robert
Bain, WilliamDuffy, Daniel (Junior)Kilby, IsaacRawlins, Alexander
Baker, HenryDunn, GeorgeKing, WilliamRay, James
Banbury, JohnEdmonds, John HannafordLaing, JamesRisley, William
Barlow, MatthewEllis, WilliamLarkin, WilliamRobinson, Thomas
Baron, HenryEnglish, WilliamLawrence, GeorgeRogan, Thomas
Barratt, WilliamEscott, WilliamLee, PeterRogerson, James
Battersby, GeorgeEvans, HenryLevell, JamesRollins, Benjamin
Beard, JamesEvans, JohnLevy, BenjaminRoy, William
Beason, GeorgeEverard, AbrahamLiddle, JamesRyan, James
Bentley, ThomasFarrall, JosephLomas, JamesSand, William
Berry, JohnFenwick, GeorgeLongbottom, IsaacScholes, Jacob
Bilbrough, WilliamFerguson, ArchibaldLynch, JamesSeed, Francis Frederick
Billsland, WilliamFitchett, FrancisLyon, WilliamSerjeant, Abraham
Binnie, JamesFitzpatrick, ThomasMacdonald, JamesShaw, Thomas
Birchall, GeorgeFitzsimmons, JamesMacGee, BernardSidney, Charles
Booth, MatthewGerry, AbelMaher, EdwardSimpson, William
Borrowdale, JamesGodfrey, JohnMarchetti, GiovanniSimpson, William
Boughen, EdwardGould, ThomasMason, WilliamSims, Humphrey
Boyer, GriffithGraham, JamesMcCarey, JosephSmith, Henry
Bradshaw, AmosGrant, JamesMcCormick, FrancisSmith, James
Brookes, WilliamGray, JohnMcDermoid, ThomasSmith, John
Brooks, JosephGregan, WilliamMcDermott, JohnStone, George
Brown, George (Junior)Griffiths, IsaacMcDonald, JohnStones, Robert
Brown, JamesHall, Henry WilliamMcDonald, JohnStopford, Thomas
Browne, ThomasHall, PeterMcDonald, MichaelStow, Elijah
Bryan, JamesHallett, GeorgeMcFadyen, DugaldTaylor, James
Buckley, JamesHanay, JamesMcKay, JamesTaylor, William
Bunting, ArthurHandley, ThomasMcKay, ThomasTennent, William
Cain, JohnHarvey, JamesMcKean, PeterThomas, William
Calligan, JamesHaste, BenjaminMcKellar, DonaldThompson, John
Cam, CharlesHayes, EdwardMcKinlay, JohnTomes, Abel
Cameron, DonaldHaynes, JohnMcLachlan, JohnTomlinson, Charles
Carpenter, WilliamHaynes, John (the younger)McLeod, GeorgeTomlinson, William
Catterall, RobertHealing, JosephMcLoud, CharlesTucker, Thomas
Cavanagh, JohnHebden, ThomasMcMillan, WilliamTurner, James
Chandler, JamesHenderson, ThomasMcPherson, JohnWarburton, Thomas
Chase, CharlesHeron, JohnMillington, JamesWatson, James
Chase, WilliamHill, JohnMilnthorpe, JosephWatson, James
Clarke, GeorgeHill, SamuelMitchell, JamesWebb, Joseph
Cock, WilliamHolmes, JamesMoir, WalterWells, George
Connolly, JohnHorrell, GeorgeMonteith, Alexander (Junior)Wheatley, William
Connor, JohnHoward, RobertMorgan, FrankWhite, James
Cooley, ThomasHughes, WilliamMorris, DanielWilkins, George
Cooper, HenryHulme, JamesMortimer, AbnerWilliams, Henry
Cosgrove, JohnHurst, JohnMulholland, JamesWilson, Henry
Coyle, WilliamJackson, JamesMurphy, MichaelWilson, John
Crogan, EdwardJeffcote, ThomasMurray, Charles JohnWilson, John
Danson, AnthonyJennings, WilliamMurray, JohnWilson, John
Darcey, ThomasJohnson, GeorgeNaylor, JohnWilson, Richard
Darch, ThomasJohnson, JohnNearney, PatrickWilson, Thomas
Davidson, JamesJohnson, ThomasNewman, JohnWootton, Bernard
Davies, EdwardJohnson, WilliamO'Hara, MichaelWright, James
Dawson, JamesJohnston, JamesOates, StephenWright, James
Dealtry, JohnJohnston, JohnOrange, ThomasYoule, John

Note: The number of convicts recorded on this site that are associated with the ship Runnymede II is 248 .This figure may not correlate with the full listing of convicts recorded in official documents.

Sources

  • Bateson, Charles & Library of Australian History (1983). The convict ships, 1787-1868 (Australian ed). Library of Australian History, Sydney : pp.374-375, 396
  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/18, pp.181-203

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