Ministry for Culture and Heritage. The Adelaide had 176 settlers on board. [139], In January 1827 Hongi Hika was shot and wounded in a minor engagement. 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[96], Hired by the New Zealand Company, she was dispatched to New Zealand in 1825 under Captain James Herd's expedition. In 1847 she sailed from Melborne arriving at Portland Bay under Captain Irving on 12 June. Fortunately the spring tide enabled her to refloat and although damaged was able to make the voyage. Founding Of The Provinces And Old-Time Shipping. [86] [88], Gertrude was a 560-ton copper sheathed ship (originally 453 ton) built at Sunderland in 1841 and owned by Ingham & Co.[20] In 1845 she was changed to 703 tons with yellow metal sheathing. Much to the annoyance of the Wellington settlers, after unloading the New Zealand Company goods at Wellington the Platina sailed for Auckland, becoming what is thought to be the first European vessel to anchor in Waitemata harbor. [2], In 1841 she brought more settlers to New Plymouth from London. She arrived at Nelson on 14 December 1842 with 134 settlers. [18], She sailed the London to Terceira route under Captain F Orfeur from 1832 to 1835 and Liverpool Naples from 1836 to 1839. [86] It ran aground and was wrecked on Arrow Rock while leaving Nelson. At Hobart the Second Officer, James Stewart, fell overboard into the Derwent River and drowned. [7], On 4 December 1841 she sailed from Wellington for China. According to Lloyds register she was restored in 1853 and owned by Hendry & Co. H Silvers was her master. [10] She sailed under Captain Skinner and arrived in New Plymouth, New Zealand on 23 February 1842 with 212 settlers. [69], Brougham was converted to a whaling barque. [123], In 1855 under Captain MacIntosh she brought 261 migrants to Adelaide from Southampton. [153], The Tory struck a sandbank at the entrance to Kaipara Harbour. Whether this was a refurbished version of the previous or advertising puffery is unknown. The ship reached Port Nicholson on 11 August. Under Captain David McKenzie she sailed from Gravesend on 1 October 1842 and arrived at Nelson on 5 February 1843. In 1793, he was created Baron Auckland, of West Auckland in the County of Durham, in the Peerage of Great Britain. [1] It sailed from London on 1 November 1839 under Captain J P Robinson with 323 settlers for Wellington. The Glenbervie sailed from London on 2 October 1839 as a store ship. His crew was now on a nearby Danish ship and he was going to join them. Her master was given as John Guthrie in 1845. At Nelson 100 of its employees had been made redundant and trade in Port Nicholson was severely depressed. [29], The Birman was in Adelaide in 1840 and sailed for Calcutta under Captain John Clelland. On 6 April she sailed from Hobart to London. The New Zealand Company was a 19th-century English company that played a key role in the colonisation of New Zealand. In 1844 to 1846 the Arab was engaged on the London – Bombay route under Captain G Forster. LORD BURLEIGH - London to Auckland 1856. Medical and Surgical Journal of Her Majesty’s Convict Ship Lord Auckland between the 14 September 1848 and the 26 January 1849 during which time the said shop has been employed in a voyage from Dublin to Hobart Town, Van Diemen’s Land PB010513 Nature of Disease No. Books (5) Other (5) Manuscripts (4) Images (2) Groups (1) Filter by Availability Physical Items (14) Online Items (2) Filter by Date 1800s (10) 1900s (5) Filter by Collection Turnbull archival collections (11) [49][3] Bolton returned to Nelson, New Zealand on 28 February 1842 with more settlers. New Plymouth at the time was described as a collection of raupo and pitsawn timber huts housing almost 1000 Europeans. [1], She sailed under Captain John Whyte for Wellington on 9 December 1840, arriving on 20 April 1841 with 159 settlers. [83], Duke of Roxborough was a 417-ton sailing ship under Captain James Thomson. Dr George F. Bush was the surgeon aboard the Lloyds. She grounded on the flats at the entrance to Port Curtis on 25 January 1847. [86] She sailed from West India Docks, London on 29 April 1841. Welcome to Viator! In 1844 the Tyne was back in Port Nicholson. The Bella Marina was a 564-ton (originally 480 ton) frigate built sailing ship built in 1840 at Maryport with a yellow metal hull installed in 1847. Lloyd's Register of British and Foreign Shipping, Cox and Wyman, 1825, From Sextants to Satellites: A cartographic time line for New Zealand, Brian Marshall, New Zealand Map Society Journal No 18, Auckland, 2005, page 10, The Australian, Sydney, NSW, 6 March 1827, Page 4, Missionaries in New Zealand, Hokianga, Chapter XXIV, New Zealand Colnised, The History of Australia and New Zealand from 1606 to 1890, Alexander and George Sutherland MA, Georger Robertson and Co, Melbourne, 1894, The Australian, Sydney, NSW, 14 February 1827, Page 3, Ship News, The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, NSW, 18 June 1827, Page 2, Shipping Intelligence. In steerage were 21 married couples, 22 single adults and 70 children. Sailed through the French Pass. On 5 January 1826 she sailed under Captain Davis. She was about 80 miles east by south of Madras. [152], The Tory was a 382-ton barque built at Yarmouth in 1834 and acquired by the New Zealand Company for £5250 from Joseph Somes, a wealthy shipowner and member of the committee. She sailed under Captain Thomas Ashbridge from Gravesend on 26 January 1844 for Wellington, Nelson and New Plymouth. She arrived at Nelson on 14 June 1843 having had a smallpox outbreak that forced her to spend three weeks in Bahia. [2] George Hunter, Wellington's first mayor was one of the settlers. On 6 September soldiers from the 96th Regiment of Foot and the local militia arrived to assist the survivors ashore. She sailed for Sydney on 12 February 1842.[156]. [160], The Whitby was a 437-ton sailing ship built at Whitby in 1837. [2] Have sailed to Wellington she sail for New Plymouth and arrived on 3 September 1841 becoming the second immigrant ship there. [12][13], She may have been lost in a storm on 26 August 1847 in the Indian Ocean south of Indonesia and west of Australia at latitude 16 south longitude 99 east. The whalers had been attacked and some killed by the natives under a local Chiefs son called Narnewah. Lord Auckland Ship: 600 tons Captain: Jardine Surgeon Superintendent: Dr George Samuel … Passengers, 155. [56][49] Wakefield used the Brougham to sail to the Bay of Islands to try to persuade Governor Hobson to relocate New Zealand's capital from Russell to Wellington. Lord Auckland (Ship) Lord Auckland (Ship) Filter By Type All Results 17. [47], Blenheim was a 375-ton barque built at Jarrow in 1834 and owned by Brown and Co of London. [1] She sailed to New Zealand under Captain Lacey. However a comparison between the "Reeves List" (the list made by the Inspector for Shipping in England) and the actual ship's list of food shows that they did not have sufficient quantities of basic provisions. [1] She sailed to Wellington under Captain J Brown in 1840 with 197 settlers. at Deptford, Sunderland in 1833 and owned by J Pirie of London. He was 37 at the time and came from Bristol and was well known among the New Zealand Company Directors. Sopped at Hobart on 17 March 1830. [124] She then sailed for Guam on 21 December from Adelaide[125] On 25 July 1857 she returned to Hobart under Captain Nixon with 130 immigrants from London. On 21 January 1848 she was at Port Jackson under Captain Peter Hamilton, having arrived there with 400 barrels of sperm whale oil. While in Wellington Harbour she assisted New Zealand Company settlers move their belongings from Petone to Wellington. Christmas Day will be spent cruising the exquisite Milford Sound. June 1832 – March 1834, Volume 2, ANU E Press, 2003, Ship News, The Australian, Sydney, NSW, 14 February 1837, Page 2, The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, NSW, 21 November 1840, Page 4, Narrative, Sydney General Trade List, The Sydney Herald, NSW, 9 November 1835, Page 3, South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register, Adelaide, SA, 5 January 1839, Page 3, Advertising, Sydney Morning Herald, 1 July 1850, page 2, Shipping Intelligence, Bateson, Charles & Library of Australian History (1983). The Guide was wrecked in January 1846 near Whakapuaka Pa.[57], The Indus was a 423-ton (originally 351 ton) sailing ship with copper sheathing built at Dundee in 1838 and owned by Clark of Dundee.[10]. On 15 February 1817 she sailed from London to Jamaica under Captain Urquhart, returning to the Thames on 30 October 1817. The Tory was the first of three New Zealand Company surveyor ships sent off in haste to prepare for settlers in New Zealand. Bateson, Charles, The Convict Ships, 1787–1868, Sydney, 1974. The Lord of the Rings Tours. [1] She sailed under Captain Shuttleworth for Wellington on 13 August 1840.[2]. She was carrying a load of kauri spars, and the mail from Wellington for England. Lord Auckland Lord Auckland ... Share this ship with your friends and followers online. [1], The Platina made at least eight voyages to Australia: the first under Captain W S Wilson sailed from London on 25 July 1831 arriving in Hobart on 11 December; from Liverpool on 18 May 1832; on 9 April 1833 she sailed from London to Sydney via Rio de Janeiro, arriving on 10 October 1833; on 14 October 1835 from London to Sydney under Captain G H Parker; on 2 May 1837 under Captain Robson Coltish to Hobart from London with convicts; on 26 September 1838 under Captain Thomas Wellbank she sailed from London to Adelaide with 105 settlers, arriving on 9 February 1839; on 8 April 1842 from London to Melbourne; and in 1843 she sailed from Leith, Scotland to Melbourne, arriving in January 1844. [44], She was sailing between England and Singapore in the late 1840s and 1851. Fifeshire was the first to arrive on 1 February 1842. On 21 April 1840 she was in Sydney having sailed there from Calcutta under Captain Brittian. [155] She then sailed on to Auckland where she remained until the end of November before returning to Wellington. All her cargo was recovered and she was broken up for scrap. LUTTERWORTH - London to Auckland 1880. [49] The Platina also shipped Governor Hobson's house, which the Company had assumed would be erected in Wellington. At Sydney she took on water and sought to sail with another ship through Torres Strait. This prompted fears for safety of the Missionaries in Northland. [136], The Prince Rupert set sail on 23 July and on the journey decided to put in to Cape Town for supplies. His second son, the second Baron, was also a politician and s… [2], Returning to Australia in March 1827 and Corlette used her for sailing between Sydney and Port Stephens under the auspices of the Australian Agricultural Company. In 1840 , under Captain French, she brought 44 settlers to Wellington.[49]. Lord William Bentinck made numerous voyages: she transported convicts to Tasmania, laborers from Madras to Trinidad, and immigrants to New Zealand before she wrecked on a voyage to Valparaiso c.1859. The others in the group were Aurora, Duke of Roxburgh and Adelaide, plus the freight vessel Glenbervie. On her maiden voyage under Captain George Pyke, she sailed from Tobermorey to Sydney, arriving at Sydney on 24 January 1840 with 178 immigrants. Pyke sailed from London again on 16 June 1842, arriving at Wellington on 7 November and Nelson on 12 December. The New Zealand Company established settlements at Wellington, Nelson, Wanganui and Dunedin and also became involved in the settling of New Plymouth and Christchurch. The expedition was led by Herd. [13], The New Zealand was a 455-ton (originally 378 ton) barque with yellow metal sheathing built a Sunderland in 1842. The Sir Charles Forbes was a 363-ton barque that sailed under Captain Thomas Bacon from Gravesend on 1 May 1842 and arrived at Nelson on 22 August with 187 settlers. The ships brought members of the Company's survey party for its second settlement at Nelson along with settlers.[2][57]. [2], She was first sailing ship wrecked while trying to leave Kaipara Harbour in April 1840. They were sent after Oriental. [32], She returned to Australia in November, en route to California. Lord Burleigh. [76] She arrived at Auckland under Captain George Kettlewell on 26 January 1848 and sailed for Hong Kong on 28 February. In 1849 she brought 194 emigrants to the Cape of Good Hope. She sailed for London on 23 May for London. [61] She went from there to New Plymouth and back to Wellington on 28 March. Among the cargo was an experimental shipment of staves and furniture woods, which it was hoped would provide another source of revenue for the colony. in March 1941, whilst escorting a south bound convoy, a British tanker, the British Lord (6,098 tons) was near missed by bombers south of Gavdhos Island, and was disabled, she was taken in tow by Auckland and reached Alexandria. It was among a group of ships carrying settlers which were to rendezvous at Port Hardy on Durville Island on 10 January 1840. On 30 May 1851 she sailed from London to Lyttelton under Captain John Parsons with Canterbury Association settlers, arriving on 18 September. Dunbar replaced the Phoebe in 1850 with the 704 ton Phoebe Duncan, also built by James Laing. She called at Cape of Good Hope on 12 May, and Hobart on 31 July. By 1867 she was still in existence in London owned by Brenan and mastered by T Peake. Geni Project: New Zealand Settler Ships - Lord Auckland 1842. British Convict transportation register made available by the State Library of Queensland, John Amesbury, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Anderson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Horatio Ansell, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Joseph Anstis, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Evan Astley, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Baldwin, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Ballard, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Daniel Bamford, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Barwell, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Bathison, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Bayley, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Beacroft, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Jeremiah Bebbington, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Berry, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Benjamin Bickmore, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Peter Bloore, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Ephraim Booth, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Lancaster, Manchester Boro Quarter Sessions, Michael Bourke, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Henry Bowler, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Bradbury, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Joseph Branch, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Henry Branchett, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Joseph Brown, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Brumby, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Joseph Bumstead, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Joseph Burchell, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Burton, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Burton, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Byatt, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Edward Callan, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Carr, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Chafer, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Edward Challinor, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Robert Chapman, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Edward Chastney, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Norfolk, Little Walsingham Quarter Sessions, Thomas Clarke, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Edward Claxton, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Clewlow, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Isaac Colclough, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Benjamin Collard, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Robert Collins, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Isaac Comer, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Comerford, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Connor, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Cook, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Charles Cooper, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Joseph Cordwell, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Peter Cox, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Robert Cram, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Samuel Creasy, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Croft, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Lancaster, Liverpool Boro' Quarter Sessions, William Cropper, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Nottingham, Newark upon Trent Quarter Sessions, Henry Crossley, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Dagley, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Davies, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Samuel Dean, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Dobson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Dowling, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Down, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Joseph Doyle, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Dyche, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Edmeads, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Benjamin Eglinton, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Ellis, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Evans, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Francis Eyres, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Feltham, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Flower, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Flux, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Follon, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Fraser, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Robert Frazier, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Charles Freeman, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Edward Freeman, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Frome, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Anthony Furniss, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Gearing, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Giblin (The younger), one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Charles Gill, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Charles Gillett, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Rupert Gouldstraw, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Grady, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Green, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Griffiths, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Holmes Gummer, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Guppy, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Halliday, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Hart, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Hart, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Hatch, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Hatch, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Haywood, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Benjamin Hill, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Hindle, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Richard Hockley, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Holbrook, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Holder, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Honnor, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Hopkinson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Warwick, Birmingham Boro' Quarter Sessions, Charles Howard, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Middlesex, Westminster City General Sessions, John Howell, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Francis Hughes, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Hughes, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Islip, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Jacobs, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George James, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Jeffkins, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Simon Jewry, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Johnson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Aaron Jones, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Henry Jones, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Samuel Jones, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Jones, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Jones (The younger), one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Jordan, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Peter Jordan, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Kebble, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Kebble, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Richard Keirle, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Kell, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Martin Kelly, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Kelly, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Kingston, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Edward Lappidge, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Lawson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Ledwick, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Lee, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Leighton, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Henry Cotton Leveridge, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Charles Leverno, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Isaac Levy, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Limerick (The elder), one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Loyd, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Longhurst, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Richard Lowe, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Lucas, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Michael Mackintire, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Daniel Mahoney, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Edward Maloney, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Henry Martin, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Mason, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Matthews, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Samuel Matthews, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Joseph May, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James McGuire, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John McQueen, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Meacham, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Charles Meads, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Mellson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Charles Millier, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Daniel Mitchell, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Moody (The younger), one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Moore, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Joseph Munday, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Francis Munro, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Musson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Myers, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Myrch, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Dennis Napper, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Joseph Noble, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Osborn, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Owen, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Parr, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Phelps, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Phillips, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Harry Price, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Middlesex, Westminster City Quarter Sessions, James Price, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Pridmore, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Edward Procter, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Pugh, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Frederick Radfold, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Robert Ratcliffe, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Benjamin Raybould, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Redman, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Reeve, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Reeve, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Renshaw, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Richardson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Richardson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Richman, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, David Richmond, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Edward Robotham, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Joseph Rogers, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Rolfe, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Sainty, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Salmon, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Sanders, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Scott, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Sharpe, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Shaw, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Shaw, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Short, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Joseph White Simmons, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Charles Simpson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Simpson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Smart, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Smith, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Smith, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Frederick Sparks, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Spicer, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Spriggs, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Henry Stack, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Stephens, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Ambrose Stephenson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Stewart, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Joseph Stokes, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Matthew Stokes, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Stoner, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Sullan, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Tame, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Taylor, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Samuel Taylor, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Charles Thomas, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Thomas, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Thomas, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Thompson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Thompson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Joseph Thompson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Tomlinson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Trafford, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Turner, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, David Tyler, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Waller, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Ward, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Weatherall, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Webb, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Henry Weston, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Joseph White, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Wilkinson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Williams, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Thomas Williams, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, George Wilson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, John Wilson, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, William Withers, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, Frederick Wood, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Woodass, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844, James Wright, one of 238 convicts transported on the Lord Auckland, 13 July 1844. 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