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Guide to Convict Transportation Lists Part 2: 1801-1812 - EBOOK
Publisher: Unlock the Past
Media: EBOOK - download
File Format: PDF, 2MB (44 pages)
Author: C. Baxter
Publisher: Unlock the Past
Between 1787 and 1812, 88 ships sailed for Australia carrying convicts sentenced to transportation. Even though many different lists of transported convicts have survived, few actually identify all those who embarked, sailed, died, escaped, or disembarked in Australia.
So how do researchers know who actually came to Australia? And if different lists contain different trial or personal details or even ship of arrival for a transportee, how do researchers know which is more likely to be accurate?
Carol Baxter's 'Guide to Convict Transportations Lists Part 1: 1787-1800 and Part 2 1801-1812 were prepared while she was editing the convict indents database 'Convicts to New South Wales 1787-1812' which was published on CD for the Society of Australian Genealogists.
These guides, however have never previously been published. This Part 2 volume covering the time period 1801-1812 is a continuation of the earlier volume which covered ships up to 1800, and gives a ship-by-ship analysis of the surviving transportation lists as well as her conclusions regarding the preparation of the lists and the likely number of transportees on each vessel.
It is an important resource for those interested in the early years of convict transportation to Australia.
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Section 1. Sources relating to convict transports
Section 2. Individual convict transports
- Anne 1801
- Earl Cornwallis 1801
- Nile 1801
- Minorca and Canada 1801
- Coromandel and Perseus 1802
- Hercules 1802
- Atlas (1) 1802
- Atlas (2) 1802
- Glatton 1803
- Rolla 1803
- Calcutta 1803
- Coromandel and Experiment 1804
- Tellicherry 1806
- William Pitt 1806
- Fortune and Alexander 1806
- Duchess of York 1807
- Sydney Cove 1807
- Duke of Portland 1807
- Speke 1808
- Admiral Gambier 1808
- Aeolus 1808
- Experiment 1809
- Boyd 1809
- Indispensable 1809
- Anne 1810
- Hunter 1810
- Canada 1810
- Indian 1810
- Eagle 1811
- Frederick and Maria 1811
- Providence 1811
- Ruby 1811
- Admiral Gambier 1811
- Friends 1811
- Mangalore 1811
- Campbell Macquarie 1812
- Guildford 1812
- Minstrel 1812
- Indefatigable 1812
- Emu 1812
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