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SHIPS PASSENGER LISTS
Ships Passenger Lists to Australia & New Zealand 1700-1800
The National Archives of Ireland has a searchable index database on the Internet for transportation records of Irish convicts sent to Australia between 1788 and 1868
Australia's Convict Ships -- First Fleet Oct. 1788 - 11 vessels from Portsmouth, arriving in N.S.W. with 717 convicts of whom 180 were women, guarded by 191 marines under 19 officers.
Australian Convict records Convicts from Lincolnshire transported to Australia, 1788-1840 *Searchable database
Australian Convict Index, 1788-1868 The database includes more than 48,000 names of convicts sent to Australia betweenn 1788 and 1868. This links provides free access to a pay site
Australia's Convict Ships -- Second Fleet June 1790 - vessels from Portsmouth, arriving in N.S.W. (Guardian, Justinian, Lady Juliana, Surprize, Neptune, Scarborough)
Australia's Convict Ships -- Third Fleet Oct. 1791 - 11 ships (Atlantic, William and Ann, Britannia, Matilda, Salamander, Albemarle, Mary Anne, Admiral Barrington, Active and Gorgon) with over 2000 convicts. arriving in N.S.W.
Irish Convicts to New South Wales 1791-1820 (searchable database)
Irish Rebels to Australia 1797 - 1806
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