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"Barwell" 1798 (Convict Ship) England to NSW, Australia

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  • Thomas Bristow [Convict "Barwell" 1798] (deceased)
    Thomas BRISTOW was convicted and sentenced to 14 years transportation. He arrived in Sydney Cove on 1798 on "Barwell" Thomas married / had a realtionship with Mary LONG c1822 LINKS
  • William Mobbs, convict "Barwell" 1798 (1764 - 1839)
    William MOBBS was born c1764 William married Ann GROVER c1790 in England and they had the following children William 1791 Ann 1793 Isaac 1794 George 1795 William was convicted of steali...
  • William Cafe / Calf, Convict "Barwell" 1798 (c.1770 - c.1806)
    William Calf (Cafe) was tried on 25th March 1797 as listed in the Cornwall Assizes,Highway Robbery-Sentence 'Life'. Transported on the Barwell 1798. The ship departed out of Portsmouth on 18 May 1798 ...
  • Thomas Cecil Cooper, convict "Barwell" 1798 (c.1770 - 1835)
    Thomas Cooper Aliases: Cappur (Alias), Williams, John (Alias) Convicted at: Salop Assizes Sentence term: Life Ship: Barwell Departure date: September, 1797 Arrival date: 18th May, 1798 ...
  • Samuel Beechey, Marine "Barwell" 1798 (1763 - 1811)
    BEECHEY (BEACHY, BERCHEY), Samuel (c.1763 - 1811)Samuel Beechey was born c.1763 and arrived in NSW on 18th May 1798 aboard the Barwell. He had formerly served in the 87th Regiment Irish Fusiliers, befo...

"Barwell" was a convict ship that left Portsmouth, England on 7/11/1797 and arrived in Port Jackson, NSW, Australia on 18/5/1798 with 296 male convicts (9 died enroute). There was an attempted mutiny during the journey