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"Glatton" 1803 (Convict Ship) (England to NSW, Australia)

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The "Glatton" departed England on 23rd September 1802 and arrived in Sydney Cove on 11/12 March 1803


  • 270 male convicts (7 died enroute)
  • 135 female convicts (5 died enroute)
  • 30 free settlers

Captain - James COLNETT Surgeon - Jacob B MOUNTGARRETT

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List of Convicts + Free Settlers

Had relationship/marriage with Maria COVERLEY (Convict - Wanstead 1814)

had a relationship/marriage to James ROGERS, Sailor "Glatton" 1803
had a relationship/marriage to Joseph STUBBS, convict "Albermarle" 1791

Isabella married James MOSS - free settler "Royal Admiral" 1800

married Richard SMITH and Joseph SEWELL

His wife + 2 sons accompanied him

married Mary HOOPER, convict "Coromandel and Experiment" 1804

Alexander HEWITT was convicted of an unknown crime and sentenced to 7 years transportation.
His wife Jane STARKEY was also convicted and she arrived in "William Pitt" in 1805

Had a relationship/marriage to Isaac PHILLIPS, convict "Royal Admiral" 1800

married Mary WEBB married Mary HARLOW, convict "Wanstead" 1813

married Esther BUNN, free settler "Providence" 1811

married William ROBERTS, convict Neptune 1790
married William HUTCHINSON, convict Hillsborough 1799

Had relationship/marred Owen MARTIN, convict "Queen" 1791

had a relationship with Mary BOYLE, convict "Glatton"

married Elizabeth MANDEVILLE, convict "Aelous" 1808
married Elizabeth REYNOLDS. convict "Lady Rowena" 1826