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"Earl Cornwallis" 1801 (Convict Ship) England to NSW, Australia

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  • William Mobbs (1791 - 1851)
    Arrived in Port Sydney Australia 12 JUN 1801 on "Earl of Cornwallis" with mother and three siblings. Birth: Apr 7 1791 Death: July 14 1851 - Pennant Hills, New South Wales Parents: William Mobbs, Ann S...
  • Isaac M Mobbs, Free Settler "Earl Cornwallis" 1801 (1793 - 1877)
    Arrived in Australia 12 JUN 1801 Arrived at port Sydney on the "Earl Of Cornwallis" with mother and three siblings
  • William Spears, Marine “Earl Cornwallis” 1801 (1772 - 1823)
    William Spiers, a soldier who came out on the "EARL CORNWALLIS". Mary, his first child, was not conceived during the voyage so Sarah was presumably assigned or "made available" to Spiers after the ship...
  • Ann Mobbs - Smith, Free Settler "Earl Cornwallis" 1801 (1761 - 1850)
    Left England 18th Nov 1800, Arrived in Australia 12 JUN 1801 at Port Sydney on the "Earl Of Cornwallis" with four children (free passage). In the Sydney Morning Herald of 24th October 1840 the follow...
  • Ann Lacey - Cox - Dengate, Free Settler "Earl Cornwallis" 1801 (1794 - 1867)
    Ann was born in London in 1794 and was about 6 years old when she travelled to Australia with her mother and brothers. She arrived as a free settler on board the; Earl Cornwallis in 1801. Ann married...

"Earl Cornwallis" was a convict ship and she left Portsmouth, England on 18/11/1800 and arrived in Port Jackson, NSW, Australia on 12/6/1801. She transported 193 male convicts (27 died enroute) + 95 female convicts (8 died enroute) + 21 marines.