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Details for the ship Elphinstone (1) (1836)

Ship Name:Elphinstone (1)  
Rig Type:S.
Built:Bristol
Build Year:1825
Size (tons):425
 
Voyage Details
Master:Thomas Fremlin
Surgeon:Colin A. Browning
Sailed:30 January 1836
From:Downs
Arrived:24 May 1836
Port:VDL
Route:
Days Travel:115
Convicts Landed:238 males & 0 female convicts
Notes:
 

List of convict passengers

??, AnthonyFlitton, SamuelMann, CharlesScotson, Henry
??, WilliamFosbrook, JamesMann, WilliamSharp, Isaac
Ainsworth, JosephFrancis, JamesMarshall, ThomasShay, Cornelius
Antonio, AndrewGatherer, WilliamMartin, GeorgeSheet, Richard
Ashwood, JohnGaunt, RichardMayer, WilliamShepherd, Thomas
Astley, JohnGell, JosephMcAllister, ArchibaldSherlock, Joseph
Atkin, WilliamGibbons, ThomasMcAllister, JohnSherratt, John
Barker, JosephGibson, WilliamMcAllister, JohnSimpson, William
Barker, JosephGiddins, GeorgeMcArthur, JohnSinclair, John
Barr, MosesGilbank, HenryMcCartney, Richard ParkerSkerrett, Charles Blake
Beechy, JohnGlass, William JohnMcDonald, DanielSmith, James
Bell, WilliamGodley, ThomasMcGrigor, AlexanderSmith, John
Biggers, WilliamGoss, EdmundMcKay, JohnSmith, John
Birley, JosephGreenslade, ThomasMcLaren, HughSmith, Thomas
Blackmore, WilliamGunn, GeorgeMcMillan, GeorgeSmith, Thomas
Booth, WilliamHallam, JohnMellish, HenrySmith, Thomas
Borrodaile, WilliamHammond, ThomasMiles, GriffithSmith, William
Bosworth, GeorgeHarbor, EdwinMillett, GeorgeSoutheran, George
Bould, GeorgeHare, JosephModley, CharlesSpencer, James
Broadley, WilliamHarrison, ThomasMoorby, JohnStanway, James
Brown, JohnHart, HenryMorgan, SamuelStapleton, Thomas
Buckley, WilliamHays, MichaelMurphy, JohnStephens, Amos Butcher
Burgoyne, JosephHeaton, ReubenNewham, SamuelStubbs, John
Byfield, JohnHenderson, PeterNewland, JamesSutherland, William
Byron, HenryHickman, GeorgeNewton, JohnSykes, John
Cameron, ArchibaldHird, ThomasNugent, PatrickTanner, William
Cameron, JohnHodges, NathanielO'Donnell, ThomasTaylor, Edward
Carter, JohnHopkinson, SamuelOliver, JohnTaylor, Robert
Cearns, JohnHowlett, RichardOsborne, JamesTaylor, William
Chaffer, IsaacHudgell, WilliamOtter, JohnTeasdale, John
Chalmers, WilliamHughes, GeorgeOwen, ThomasThompson, Henry
Chamberlain, WilliamHughes, JohnPains, JohnTimmins, Matthew
Clary, WilliamHughes, WilliamParker, WalterTindall, James
Clayton, ShepherdHunter, JamesPatterson, JamesTrue, Ambrose
Clayton, WilliamIles, JamesPeat, CharlesUnderwood, Henry
Clements, ThomasJenkins, JohnPeck, CharlesVair, William
Conley, PeterJohnson, GeorgePegge, WilliamWalton, John
Conner, WilliamJones, SamuelPeters, EdwardWard, William
Cooke, JamesJones, ThomasPhillips, EdwardWarwick, James
Cox, GeorgeJordan, EdwardPierre, JohnWatson, Thomas
Coyne, JohnKean, PeterPolkey, JohnWebb, William
Crawley, JamesKilby, SamuelPowell, WilliamWeeks, William
Crookes, WilliamLacy, AndrewPrice, JohnWells, Charles
Cully, MichaelLancaster, ThomasQuilliam, JohnWells, William
Dakin, JonathanLane, JohnRatcliffe, JamesWhite, John
Davis, FrancisLangton, BeestonReddell, LukeWhiteley, Michael
Davis, GeorgeLawrance, WilliamRegan, JamesWhitworth, William
Davis, JohnLeach, JohnRenwick, JamesWilkinson, Charles
Dear, WilliamLeary, JamesRichards, AlexanderWilliams, David
Dickenson, CharlesLennard, JamesRobertson, GeorgeWilliams, John
Divine, JamesLewis, GidleyRobinson, JamesWilliams, Richard
Dobbins, ThomasLewis, JohnRobson, DavidWilliamson, Isaac
Donaldson, ThomasLong, WilliamRomero, Jose MariaWilliamson, James
Donnelly, PeterLothian, DavidRoss, PeterWills, Joseph
Downes, CharlesLynch, EdwardRowell, RobertWilson, George
Eastwood, JohnMacConkey, JamesRowley, CharlesWinterbottom, William
Emmerson, JohnMacdonald, GeorgeRutt, GeorgeWright, George
Faulds, JamesMacGilvery, HughRutt, JohnWright, James
Fearon, JohnMacMahon, JamesSaker, JohnYoung, David
Fields, WilliamMagill, ThomasSaunders, IsaiahYoung, Samuel

Note: The number of convicts recorded on this site that are associated with the ship Elphinstone (1) is 240 .This figure may not correlate with the full listing of convicts recorded in official documents.

Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/10, pp.221-230
  • Bateson, Charles & Library of Australian History (1983). The convict ships, 1787-1868 (Australian ed). Library of Australian History, Sydney : pp.362-363, 390

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