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Details for the ship General Stewart (1818)

Ship Name:General Stewart  
Rig Type:S.
Built:Thames
Build Year:1801
Size (tons):635
 
Voyage Details
Master:Robert Grainger
Surgeon:Andrew Smith
Sailed:19 July 1818
From:Portsmouth
Arrived:31 December 1818
Port:PJ
Route:St. Helena
Days Travel:165
Convicts Landed:246 males & 0 female convicts
Notes:
 

List of convict passengers

Allen, FrederickFitzsimonds, JamesLawrence, BenjaminSheppard, Nathaniel
Andrews, EdwardFollent, JohnLeary, LawrenceSimms, George
Aston, DavidFord, WilliamLegg, JosephSizemore, Richard
Baker, RichardFrancis, William (the younger)Lewis, WilliamSmith, Charles
Balding, ThomasFrost, GeorgeLynch, WilliamSmith, James
Bayley, JohnFrost, Thomas (the younger)Lyon, LewisSmith, John
Bell, WilliamGale, WilliamMarks, JohnSmith, John
Belling, CharlesGeorge, JohnMarson, William JosephSmith, Joseph
Bewley, WilliamGibbs, JosephMartin, CharlesSpringham, Luke
Biggs, HenryGilham, MathewMartin, JohnSteele, George
Bishop, RobertGlasspoole, GeorgeMason, GeorgeStevens, John
Bishop, ThomasGlasspoole, JosephMaynard, JohnStockwell, Daniel
Bolton, GeorgeGoodwin, AndrewMcGowen, ThomasStonage, William
Bonaker, HarryGossip, JamesMeers, WilliamStreet, Joseph
Bond, JohnGrace, WilliamMetcalf, JamesSuttee, James
Booth, WilliamGratton, WilliamMiles, RobertSutton, William
Braham, GeorgeGreen, WilliamMiller, JohnSwanson, Thomas
Briant, JamesGreen, WilliamMiller, JohnSword, James
Briant, JohnGrey, ThomasMillicamp, HenryTaylor, Charles
Bromfield, ThomasGwilliam, JamesMills, StephenTaylor, William
Browne, JohnHall, ThomasMoores, EdwardThompson, John
Browne, WilliamHallson, WilliamMorris, RichardThompson, Richard
Browne, WilliamHancock, JohnMortimer, JamesThompson, Thomas
Bryant, MosesHancox, RichardNewton, EdwardThornton, Thomas
Bull, MathewHandley, SamuelNoyce, ThomasTown, Henry
Burk, RobertHarding, WilliamNye, James (Junior)Townsend, Joseph
Burton, JohnHarford, Thomas (the elder)Nye, James (Senior)Tremain, William
Campany, JohnHarmer, EdwardOakes, JamesTucker, Benjamin
Carr, WilliamHarris, JohnOverton, JohnUnderwood, William
Carter, RichardHarris, JohnPalmer, EdwardWaite, Thomas
Casey, ThomasHarris, John (2)Parsons, JamesWalker, Thomas
Cavannah, JamesHarwood, DanielParton, JohnWalker, William
Challinor, WilliamHatwood, WilliamPearse, NicholasWall, William
Clayton, WilliamHiggs, GeorgePeck, StephenWard, John
Clements, IsaacHilliard, JamesPeckham, JohnWebb, George
Clements, JosephHobson, ThomasPhillips, JosephWebb, Richard
Cole, WilliamHolden, ThomasPilgrim, ThomasWebber, William
Cook, JamesHolmes, Edward (the younger)Poulter, JamesWebster, William
Cooke, JamesHolmes, JohnPow, SampsonWelling, John
Cooper, JamesHolt, JamesPryor, WilliamWelling, Robert
Corran, EdwardHooker, EdwardRam, JamesWestern, Charles
Cummings, FrancisHopwood, GeorgeRampling, MurgayWheeler, John
Curry, JohnHuddlestone, WilliamRapley, DanielWhite, John
Curtain, RichardHumphreys, ThomasRay, JohnWhite, William
Daley, HenryHunt, MosesRead, JohnWhite, William
Dalley, JohnHusker, RobertReady, MorrisWhittaker, William
Daly, WilliamJacobs, ThomasRichardson, JamesWiggins, Thomas
Davies, CharlesJaques, ThomasRideout, JohnWilliams, Charles
Davies, PeterJohnson, JohnRidgely, DanielWilliams, James
Davis, JohnJohnson, JohnRobertson, JamesWilliams, John
Davis, WilliamJohnston, JohnRobins, CharlesWilliams, John
Dean, HenryJones, RobertRobinson, JohnWilliamson, Henry
Dennis, JamesJupp, HenryRogers, GeorgeWilmott, Jasper
Dixon, JoelJupp, JamesRoss, GeorgeWiltshire, William
Downing, JohnKeefe, MichaelRowley, GeorgeWindley, William
Earwaker, JamesKemp, IsaacSadler, JohnWitheat, Isaac
Eastcott, GeorgeKemp, JohnSalmon, JohnWood, Charles
Edmonds, AlexanderKendall, JohnSalmon, RobertWood, Philip
Elliott, RichardKing, JamesSaunders, ThomasWood, Richard
Ely, JamesKnott, HenrySawyer, JonathanWright, Samuel
Evans, MorrisLamb, MichaelSharp, DanielWyatt, John
Evans, WilliamLaw, JamesSharpe, George
Ewens, JamesLaw, JamesShaw, Stephen

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

Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/3, pp.67-77
  • Bateson, Charles & Library of Australian History (1983). The convict ships, 1787-1868 (Australian ed). Library of Australian History, Sydney : pp.342-343, 382

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