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Details for the ship Agincourt (1844)

Ship Name:Agincourt  
Rig Type:S.
Built:London
Build Year:1841
Size (tons):958
 
Voyage Details
Master:Henry Neatby
Surgeon:Charles Henry Fuller
Sailed:9 July 1844
From:Woolwich
Arrived:9 November 1844
Port:NI
Route:Cape
Days Travel:123
Convicts Landed:220 males & 0 female convicts
Notes:Some of these convicts appear to have traveled from Norfolk Island to VDL on the Lady Franklin (1846)
 

List of convict passengers

Adams, WilliamCridland, HenryJennaway, WilliamRiddle, Thomas
Aldridge, WilliamCrooks, JohnJohnson, HenryRobinson, Henry
Allen, WilliamCutler, WilliamJohnson, WilliamRooney, Owen
Arkinstall, ThomasCutriss, Matthew HallJohnston, WilliamRose, John
Asplin, JamesDally, SidneyJones, CharlesRudge, Henry
Baker, GeorgeDavis, GeorgeJones, DavidRudings, Charles
Barber, JamesDavis, JohnJones, DavidScotney, Thomas
Barber, RobertDavis, JohnJones, ThomasScott, James
Barber, William HenryDilworth, MatthewJordan, WilliamSearle, John
Bassett, GeorgeDodderidge, JamesJudd, GeorgeShaw, Joseph
Bates, WilliamDouble, JohnKay, JosephShepherd, John
Bear, ThomasEdwards, ThomasKelly, GeorgeSimons, Joseph
Bennett, JohnEllam, RichardKelly, TimothySkelton, John
Berrington, JohnEllington, WilliamKidd, JamesSmethurst, James
Bethel, WilliamElliott, FenwickKing, WilliamSmith, George
Bird, JosephElmer, ThomasLamb, SmithSmith, George
Bishop, WilliamElsley, JamesLane, JohnSmith, John
Blackwell, DanielElsome, JohnLatham, PeterSmith, William
Blakeman, Thomas WaltonEvans, DavidLawley, PatrickSmith (No 24), William
Bloom, WilliamEvans, GeorgeLeech, DavidSmith (No16), William
Boreham, StephenEvans, JohnLiddicoat, GeorgeSpencer, John
Boulter, JohnFish, JohnLonghurst, GeorgeSpratley, Thomas
Bowring, ThomasFletcher, JoshuaMaltmon, DanielSpringthorpe, William
Boyce, ThomasFlinn, JohnMarrison, SamuelStarkie, Joseph
Boyd, JohnFowler, WilliamMayfield, WilliamStevens, Henry
Brenchley, DanielFox, WilliamMcCallum, WilliamStripling, William
Brooks, JamesFrancis, JosephMcDonald, JohnSweeny, James
Brown, ElijahFreeman, RichardMcRuddon, HughTerry, Joseph
Brown, JosephGarbett, GeorgeMerrall, JamesTerry, Richard
Brown, ThomasGilbert, JohnMills, SydneyTerry, Richard (the younger)
Brown, ThomasGill, WilliamMoore, IsaacThomas, David
Bruce, CharlesGill, WilliamMoore, ThomasThomas, John
Brunt, JohnGodfrey, JohnMullinder, JohnThomas, Thomas
Bryant, WilliamGould, WilliamMunday, WilliamThompson, William (the younger)
Budd, RichardGrant, JohnMurphy, PatrickTurner, Thomas
Bull, FrancisGreenland, CharlesMurray, JosephWalker, Thomas
Burton, RichardGrenville, HenryNewton, JamesWalter, John
Bush, SamuelGrinford, JohnNimmo, PeterWare, Daniel
Butterfield, FrancisGwynne, JohnNoon, FrederickWarne, Charles
Caley, SamuelHale, JohnNunn, GeorgeWarren, Alonzo
Capewell, CharlesHamilton, JohnPage, ThomasWebb, John
Carrier, JohnHammerton, ThomasPage, WilliamWheatley, John
Castelow, JosephHard, ThomasParkin, SamuelWhitehouse, William
Catchpole, JamesHarding, ThomasPattison, WilliamWhiterod, John
Cawdery, JamesHarman, StephenPearl, WilliamWhiting, Jacob
Challis, MichaelHarris, ElijahPearse, WilliamWickstead, James (the younger)
Chivers, CharlesHarrison, GeorgePellett, GeorgeWillett, Thomas
Clark, JamesHarrison, WilliamPewterill, StephenWilletts, Joseph
Clarke, JamesHart, HenryPicken, EdwinWilliams, George
Clarke, ThomasHowell, RichmondPowell, JohnWillis, John
Collins, GeorgeHulcombe, JohnPowell, ThomasWinterson, John
Cooke, HenryHunter, WilliamProsser, JamesWoodfield, Abraham
Cooper, WilliamInsley, JohnPurchase, GeorgeWoodhouse, Thomas
Copsey, JabezJackson, ThomasReed, RobertWynyard, James
Coulsen, GeorgeJames, JohnRender, RichardYoung, George
Cousins, JamesJames, JohnRichardson, John
Cranston, WilliamJames, JohnRichardson, Keeling

Note: The number of convicts recorded on this site that are associated with the ship Agincourt is 226 .This figure may not correlate with the full listing of convicts recorded in official documents.

Sources

  • The National Archives (TNA) : HO 11/14, pp.105-117
  • Bateson, Charles & Library of Australian History (1983). The convict ships, 1787-1868 (Australian ed). Library of Australian History, Sydney : pp.372-373, 395

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