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Details for the ship Charles Kerr (1837)

Ship Name:Charles Kerr  
Rig Type:S.
Built:Sunderland
Build Year:1826
Size (tons):463
 
Voyage Details
Master:Harford Arnold
Surgeon:John Edwards
Sailed:8 June 1837
From:Spithead
Arrived:9 October 1837
Port:PJ
Route:Direct
Days Travel:123
Convicts Landed:246 males & 0 female convicts
Notes:
 

List of convict passengers

Abbott, BenjaminDraggs, WilliamLadams, BenjaminSmith, John
Abrey, JamesDubues, RobertLangridge, CharlesSmith, John
Alexander, LewisEdwards, RichardLay, HenrySmith, Thomas
Allen, RichardEldridge, Henry (the younger)Lewis, JohnSmith, William
Allen, RobertEveritt, FrederickLewis, WilliamSmith, William
Bacon, JohnFarren, JohnLindsell, JosephSmith, William
Baker, SamuelFaulkner, BenjaminLippiatt, JohnSolomon, Henry
Ball, RichardFonseca, JohnLockyer, JamesSpencer, William
Barnes, GeorgeForster, JohnMadden, MichaelSpriggs, George
Barnes, JohnFowler, JosephMaddock, RobertStaines, James
Barter, JohnFrancis, JohnMahoney, JohnStent, George
Bennett, JamesFrancis, JosephMalden, WilliamStewart, William
Berry, JamesFranklin, Matthew WoodMartin, GeorgeStokes, William
Betts, JosephFrench, JamesMcGee, RobertStorey, Joseph
Blaber, JamesFrench, JohnMcGrath, JamesTaylor, Daniel
Blake, EdwardFricker, SamuelMiddleton, ThomasTaylor, John
Body, CharlesFuller, ThomasMiles, JohnThomas, John
Bonner, JamesGardner, WilliamMiles, WilliamThomas, William
Brazier, HenryGarrod, DanielMiller, HenryThompson, Richard
Brazier, JohnGilbey, JohnMills, CharlesThompson, William
Brett, ThomasGolding, WilliamMills, ThomasThompson, William
Brown, DanielGoldsmith, WilliamMingay, ThomasThorogood, Thomas
Brown, JamesGosling, WilliamMonk, PeterTolano, Raphael
Brown, JohnGray, ThomasMoore, GeorgeTompkins, Joseph
Brown, ThomasGrice, JohnMorgan, JosephToy, Michael
Bundock, ThomasHagon, TobiasMorgan, WilliamTricker, Frederick
Burchall, ThomasHanley, JamesMorse, JohnTrim, John
Burgess, JosephHarding, JamesMunt, WilliamTunmore, James
Burrows, RobertHardy, RichardNathan, JohnTurner, James
Byles, ThomasHarris, WilliamNewman, JosephTurner, Leonard
Cambridge, WilliamHarrison, GeorgeNewton, JamesTurvey, Frederick
Cannon, JamesHarry, EdmundNicholls, JohnTurvey, George
Cantrell, CharlesHarry, WilliamNichols, RobertVenables, John
Carltridge, WilliamHasell, WilliamNightingale, HenryWalker, Benjamin
Castle, ThomasHazell, WilliamNoble, JohnWalker, David
Chivers, HenryHendy, WilliamOvery, WilliamWaller, William
Churchill, AnthonyHill, CharlesOxen, WilliamWalpole, Samuel
Clark, JamesHills, WilliamPart, JamesWarren, John William
Clarke, JamesHines, ThomasPeddle, CharlesWarren, William
Clarke, RichardHiscock, WilliamPeedle, ThomasWatkins, George
Clover, HenryHogan, JamesPerkins, JohnWatson, Joseph
Cockington, WilliamHolliday, WalterPettit, JamesWatts, Samuel
Collier, RobertHolmes, JohnPorter, JohnWayling, Charles
Collins, JohnHolmes, JohnPress, ThomasWebb, Daniel
Cook, WilliamHorseman, RichardQuin, ThomasWebb, Thomas
Cordrey, JamesHorst, George WilsonQuinton, CharlesWelch, Job
Coveney, WilliamHowell, JamesRansby, BenjaminWhipps, James
Cox, JohnHuxley, JohnRay, RobertWilliams, James
Crane, ThomasIngram, WilliamRickards, JohnWilliams, John
Crisp, JohnInskip, HenryRiggs, JamesWilliams, John
Crossley, RichardJames, JohnRist, JoshuaWilson, Henry
Cushions, JohnJardine, RobertRoberts, ThomasWilson, John
Daley, JamesJenkins, WilliamRobinson, SamuelWilson, Thomas
Daley, JamesJohnson, CharlesRolph, JamesWithers, Joseph
Dando, StephenJones, EdwardRush, RichardWood, George
Davis, JohnJones, JohnSadler, WilliamWoodcock, John
Dean, WilliamJones, JohnScutts, JohnWoods, John
Denny, ThomasJones, ThomasSeager, ThomasWoodward, Benjamin
Dent, JamesJones, WilliamSellwood, RichardWoolley, John
Dillingham, ThomasJudd, JamesSherry, WilliamWootton, David
Dowling, GeorgeKane, WilliamShoules, FrederickYeates, William
Dowsett, JohnKelly, JamesShuttleworth, John
Dowsett, WilliamKnowlan, MichaelSkinner, Robert

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

Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/11, pp.67-78
  • Bateson, Charles & Library of Australian History (1983). The convict ships, 1787-1868 (Australian ed). Library of Australian History, Sydney : pp.354-355, 390

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