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"Scarborough" 1790 (Convict Ship) Second Fleet (England to NSW, Australia)

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  • Lachlan Ross, Marine "Scarborough" 1790 (1766 - 1815)
    Lachlan ROSS was a soldier with the NSW Corps. (a Private)in 1804 he was with Lieutenant-Colonel PATERSON landing at Port Dalrymple.Lachlan returned to England and took son Donnal (aka Daniel - born 15...
  • John Townson, Marine "Scarborough" 1790 (c.1760 - 1835)
    John Townson (1760–1835) was an army officer and settler in the colony of New South Wales.Born in Shropshire, he entered the 18th Regiment in 1779 and was part of the Gibraltar garrison. He transferred...
  • Daniel Humm, Marine "Scarborough" 1790 (1769 - 1827)
    He arrived in Sidney, Australia on June 26th 1790. Occupation - Sergeant NSW Corps.
  • Nathaniel Lillie, Convict “Scarborough” 1790 (deceased)
    William Bryant [Convict "Charlotte" 1788] , William's wife and 2 children + 7 convicts ( James Martin [Convict "Charlotte" 1788] , James Cox [Convict "Charlotte" 1788] , Samuel Bird [Convict "Alexander...
  • William Allen, Convict “Scarborough” 1790 (deceased)
    William Bryant [Convict "Charlotte" 1788] , William's wife and 2 children + 7 convicts ( James Martin [Convict "Charlotte" 1788] , James Cox [Convict "Charlotte" 1788] , Samuel Bird [Convict "Alexander...

The Scarborough arrived on 28 June 1790

Captain John Marshall Surgeon Augustus Jacob Beyer 253 male convicts

Scarborough arrived at the Cape of Good Hope on 13 April 1790, and spent 16 days there, taking on provisions, and eight male convicts from HMS Guardian, which had been wrecked after striking an iceberg. She and Neptune parted from Surprize in heavy weather and arrived at Port Jackson on 28 June 160 days out from England. During the voyage 68 or 73 (28%) convicts died and 96 (37%) were sick when landed. After landing, a total of 124 convicts who had arrived in Port Jackson succumbed to disease. She also brought with her two officers and 38 soldiers.


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