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Details for the ship Woodford (1) (1826)

Ship Name:Woodford (1)  
Rig Type:S.
Built:Bristol
Build Year:1819
Size (tons):522
 
Voyage Details
Master:Edward Chapman
Surgeon:James Dickson
Sailed:5 August 1826
From:London
Arrived:22 November 1826
Port:VDL
Route:
Days Travel:109
Convicts Landed:99 males & 0 female convicts
Notes:
 

List of convict passengers

Allen, SamuelDoy, JohnJordan, BenjaminSmithson, William
Atkinson, ThomasDumadi, AnthonyKnapper, StephenSpear, Benjamin
Barnes, JohnDunn, JosephLawrence, JohnSpivey, Richard
Barrand, ThomasDyer, JamesLucas, CharlesStone, Thomas
Beazley, James (the younger)Edwards, WilliamMann, AnthonyStribling, Jonathan
Bednall, SamuelEvans, RobertMargin, WilliamStrike, William
Bennett, JosephFish, StephenMatthews, JobThomas, William
Berresford, GodfreyFox, JohnMorgan, JohnTidburrow, Isaac
Boltz, SamuelFox, RobertNankervis, HenryTodd, John
Boulton, WilliamFreeman, ThomasOtley, WilliamTowers, Charles
Bower, JohnFuller, JosephOwen, JohnTurner, Samuel
Burke, WilliamFuller, WilliamParker, JamesTwigg, Joseph
Butler, ThomasGame, RiversPattern, JohnUpjohn, Henry
Callaghan, JohnGardner, JamesPollard, RichardWare, William
Carlow, WilliamGarratt, JohnPoundwell, ThomasWareham, James
Carr, JamesGriffiths, EdwardPratt, ThomasWatford, Stephen
Carter, PeterHammond, StephenPugh, JosephWells, William
Chamberlayne, GeorgeHardman, JamesPurdy, WilliamWest, Henry
Clairy, CharlesHigginson, JohnQuaill, JohnWhite, James
Cooke, BenjaminHill, ThomasQuelch, JohnWise, John
Davis, JohnHumphreys, JamesRathbone, JohnWix, Mark
Dollery, WilliamHumphreys, WilliamSchwartz, GeorgeWood, Robert
Dolphin, BenjaminHurrell, JohnShone, WilliamWoods, William
Dow, WilliamJenks, JohnSimmons, JamesYork, George
Dowse, JamesJohnson, RobertSmart, JamesYork, Thomas

Note: The number of convicts recorded on this site that are associated with the ship Woodford (1) is 100 .This figure may not correlate with the full listing of convicts recorded in official documents.

Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/6, pp.39-44
  • Bateson, Charles & Library of Australian History (1983). The convict ships, 1787-1868 (Australian ed). Library of Australian History, Sydney : pp.358-359, 385

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