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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

Carried

  • 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


William BIDGOOD / BADGOOD, life sentence for sheep stealing
Had relationship/marriage with Maria COVERLEY (Convict - Wanstead 1814)


Mary Ann BOYLE, 7 years
had a relationship/marriage to James ROGERS, Sailor "Glatton" 1803
had a relationship/marriage to Joseph STUBBS, convict "Albermarle" 1791


Aaron BYRNE was a free settler, arriving with his wife + 2 children


Aaron BYRNE was a free settler, arriving with his parents + sister


Elizabeth BYRNE was a free settler, arriving with her husband + 2children


Isabella BYRNE was a free settler, arriving with her parents + brother
Isabella married James MOSS - free settler "Royal Admiral" 1800


Free Settler - accompanied husband Jonathan


Free Settler - accompanied parents + brother
married Richard SMITH and Joseph SEWELL


Jonathan GREEN, life sentence for sheep stealing
His wife + 2 sons accompanied him


Free Settler - accompanied parents + sister


William HATHAWAY, life sentence
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


Hannah HOWARD, 7 years for theft
Had a relationship/marriage to Isaac PHILLIPS, convict "Royal Admiral" 1800


Joseph HUFF, life sentence for sheep stealing
married Mary WEBB married Mary HARLOW, convict "Wanstead" 1813


James LEVERS / LAVIS / LEAVERS, 7 years for stealing
married Esther BUNN, free settler "Providence" 1811


Jane LONGHURST, 7 years
married William ROBERTS, convict Neptune 1790
married William HUTCHINSON, convict Hillsborough 1799


Catherine OSBORNE, 7 years
Had relationship/marred Owen MARTIN, convict "Queen" 1791


James ROGERS / RODGERS, free settler
had a relationship with Mary BOYLE, convict "Glatton"


Stephen VANE, 7 years for grand larceny
married Elizabeth MANDEVILLE, convict "Aelous" 1808
married Elizabeth REYNOLDS. convict "Lady Rowena" 1826