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"Canada" 1810 (Convict Ship) England to NSW, Australia

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  • Ann (Shadwell) Vale [Convict "Canada" 1810] (1772 - d.)
    Ann SHADWELL was born c1772 Ann was convicted and sentenced to transportation for life. She arrived in Sydney Cove on 8/9/1810 on "Canada" . Ann married William VALE and they had the following chil...
  • Hannah (Knight) Pendergast [Convict "Canada" 1810] (1794 - 1832)
    Hannah KNIGHT (aka NIGHT) was born 13/3/1794 Hannah was convicted of stealing clothes and sentenced to 7 years transportation. She arrived in Sydney Cove on 8/9/1810 on "Canada". Hannah married Nic...
  • Ann Wood, convict "Canada" 1810 (c.1784 - 1854)
    Australia Marriage Index, 1788-1950 about Charles Wood Name: Charles Wood Spouse Name: Ann Wallford Marriage Date: 1810 Marriage Place: New South Wales Registration Place: Windsor, New South ...
  • Elizabeth (Bennett) Ross [Convict "Canada" 1810] (1785 - 1864)
    Elizabeth BENNETT was born c1785 Exeter, Devon and baptised on 27/5/1785. Elizabeth was convicted of stealing and sentenced to 7 years transportation. She arrived in Sydney Cove on 8/9/1810 on "Canad...

"Canada" was a convict ship that made multiple trips to Australia

  1. departed Spithead on 21/6/1801 and arrived in Port Jackson, NSW, Australia on 14/12/1801 (104 male convicts)
  2. departed Sheerness on 23/3/1810 and arrived in Port Jackson, NSW, Australia on 8/9/1810 (122 female convicts)
  3. departed Cork on 5/12/1814 and arrived in Port Jackson, NSW, Australia on 5/8/1815 (160 male convicts)
  4. departed Cork on 21/3/1817 and arrived in Port Jackson, NSW, Australia on 6/8/1817 (89 female convicts)
  5. departed London, England on 23/4/1819 and arrived in Port Jackson, NSW, Australia on 1/9/1819 (135 convicts)

This project is for the second journey which departed Sheerness on 23/3/1810 and arrived in Port Jackson, NSW, Australia on 8/9/1810 (122 female convicts)

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