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"Mary Ann" 1791 (Convict Ship) Third Fleet (England to NSW)

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"Mary Ann" was the first ship of the Third Fleet to arrive in Sydney.

The "Mary Ann" left England on 16/2/1791 and arrived in Sydney on 9/7/1791. She left with 150 female convicts and 9 of them died on the journey

Master - Mark MUNRO

There where a few ships "Mary Ann" that came to Australia

  1. (Convict Ship) departed Portsmouth, England 16/2/1791 and arrived in NSW, Australia on 9/7/1791 (150 female convicts)
  2. (Convict Ship) departed England July 1815 and arrived in NSW, Australia on 19/1/1816 (103 female convicts)
  3. (Convict Ship) departed Portsmouth, England 25/12/1821 and arrived in NSW, Australia on 20/5/1822 (62 female convicts) and then Tasmania, Australia (45 female convicts)
  4. (Convict Ship) departed Sheerness, England on 6/7/1835 and arrived in NSW, Australia on 11/11/1835 (306 male convicts)
  5. (Convict Ship) departed Woolwich on 16/7/1839 and arrived in NSW, Australia on 10/11/1839
  6. (Convict Ship) departed 27/11/1840 and arrived in Tasmania, Australia on 19/3/1841

This project is for the first journey which departed Portsmouth, England 16/2/1791 and arrived in NSW, Australia on 9/7/1791 (150 female convicts)


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