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Prince of Wales 1788

The First Fleet Transports – Prince of Wales

Convicts to New South Wales on the transport ship Prince of Wales - 1788
Convicts embarked – 201 The First Fleet sailed from Portsmouth in England in May 1787 and comprised eleven ships (2 naval vessels, 3 store ships and six transports). The Prince of Wales was one of the transports and carried 1 male convict and 49 female convicts (according to the book "The Convict Ships" by Charles Bateson). Through my research I have identified 50 female & 1 male convicts associated with this voyage of the Prince of Wales.
Convicts who died on the voyage – 0
Convicts on this list – 51
Free arrivals on this list – 39

NAME STATUS CRIME COURT DATE SENTENCE
Allen, Susannah Convict Steal goods to the value of £5 Old Bailey 18 April 1787 7 years
Alt, Augustus Theodore Henry Came Free- Governor Phillip's staff
Ault, Sarah Convict Steal 4 bridles and other goods Old Bailey 21 February 1787 7 years
Baldwin, Ruth Convict Steal 5 silver teaspoons from the Bush Public House, Staines London Old Bailey 25 October 1786 7 years
Barber, Elizabeth Convict Assault and theft of a watch and money Old Bailey 11 September 1782 Death commuted to 7 years
Barrisford, Hannah Came Free - Marine's Wife
Barrisford, John Private - Royal Marines 41st (Portsmouth) Company
Bingham, Elizabeth Convict Steal clothing Westminster Sessions of the peace 16 April 1787 7 years
Blanchett, Susannah Convict Stealing Kingston upon Thames 2 April 1787 7 years
Bonner, Jane Convict Theft of a black silk cloak Old Bailey 18 April 1787 7 years
Boulton, Rebecca Convict Spilsby, Lincoln 16 July 1784 7 years
Boxell, Jane Came Free - Spouse of a Marine
Daly, Ann Convict Steal a printed muslin gown and a yellow silk gown Nether Knutsford 3 October 1786 7 years
Dargin, Peter Private - Royal Marines 14th (Portsmouth) Company
Darnell, Margaret Convict Steal 12 dessert knives and forks from a shop Old Bailey 18 April 1787 7 years
Davey, Thomas 1st Lieutenant - Royal Marines
Davis, Jane Soldier's Child
Davis, John Private - Royal Marines 53rd Portsmouth Company
Davis, Martha Came Free - Spouse of a Marine
Dixon, Mary Convict Two counts of theft from a lodging house London Old Bailey 31 May 1786 7 years
Dundas, Jane Convict Steal linen tablecloths and napkins Old Bailey 18 April 1787 7 years
Ellam, Deborah Convict Steal clothing Chester 30 August 1784 7 years
Farmer, Ann Convict Petty Larceny Clerkenwell Green, Middlesex 15 December 1786 7 years
Field, Jane Convict Steal two glass bottles of rum and one of port Hicks Hall, London 14 October 1785 7 years
Flarty, Phoebe Convict Steal 3 muslin shawls Old Bailey 21 February 1787 7 years
Forbes, Ann Convict Steal 10 yds of printed cotton Kingston upon Thames 5 April 1787 Death commuted to 7 years
Green, Mary Convict Steal 1 china teapot, cups and saucers London Old Bailey 18 August 1787 7 years
Groves, Mary Convict Steal a canvas bag of money Lincoln 9 July 1785 7 years
Harmsworth, Alice Came Free - Marine's Wife
Harmsworth, Ann Came Free - Marine's Child
Harmsworth, John Came Free - Marine's Child
Harmsworth, Thomas Private - Royal Marines
Harrison, Mary Convict Stole from letters Lincoln 6 March 1784 7 years
Haynes, Maria Came Free as wife of William NASH
Herbert, Jane Convict Steal a promissory note for £20 Old Bailey 30 August 1786 7 years
Holligan, Elizabeth Convict Steal 6 pairs of worster stockings Old Bailey 18 April 1787 7 years
Hosborn, Robert Seaman
Hughes, Frances Ann Convict Felony Lancaster 26 March 1787 7 years
Hume, John Sergeant - Royal Marines 14th Company
Johnson, Catherine Convict Steal 15 yards of printed calico Old Bailey 18 April 1787 7 years
Johnson, Mary Convict Steal 9 pr of men's worsted stockings Old Bailey 26 April 1786 7 years
Jorganess, Jorgan Seaman
Kennedy, Martha Convict Assault & Robbery Kingston upon Thames 9 April 1787 7 years
Lara, Flora Convict Steal a mahogany tea chest and money Westminster Sessions of Peace 21 January 1787 7 years
Laycock, Carolina Convict Petty Larceny Middlesex Guildhall 30 March 1785 7 years
Manning, James Private - Royal Marines 56th (Portsmouth) Company
Marriott, Jane Convict Steal 1 black silk cloak Old Bailey 18 April 1787 7 years
Mason, John Ship's Master
Mason, Susannah Convict Theft of child's clothing and silk ribbon Westminster 13 January 1786 7 years
Mather, Ann Convict Steal 1 pair velvet breeches & 2 waistcoats Old Bailey 18 April 1787 7 years
Mather, Mary Convict London 18 April 1787 7 years
Mitchcraft, Mary Convict Assault & Robbery Kingston upon Thames 2 April 1787 7 years
Moore, Samuel Seaman
Munro, Lydia Convict Steal 10 yards of printed cotton Kingston upon Thames 5 April 1787 Death commuted to 14 years
Nash, William Private - Royal Marines 58th (Plymouth) Company
Nelson, George Ship's Cook
Nowland, Mary Convict Steal 2 linen shirts and a napkin Old Bailey 21 February 1787 7 years
Parfett, James Came Free - Child of a Marine
Parfett, John Drummer - Royal Marines 23rd Company
Parfett, Sarah Came Free - Spouse of a Marine
Parsley, Ann Convict Steal 3 Muslin shawls Old Bailey 21 February 1787 7 years
Pinder, Mary Convict Felony Louth, Lincolnshire 13 January 1787 7 years
Pipkin, Elizabeth Convict Steal a silver watch from a dwelling Westminster April 1787 7 years
Porter, James Ship's Boy (Aprentice)
Redchester, Ellen Convict Steal a piece of yellow canvas & other items Manchester January 1787 7 years
Richards, Lawrence Private - Royal Marines 21st Company
Richards, Mary Came Free - Spouse of a Marine
Richards, Samuel Came Free - Marine's Child
Rolt, Mary Convict Unspecified crime London June 1786 7 years
Ryan, Robert Private - Royal Marines 32nd (Portsmouth) Company
Scott, Elizabeth Came Free - Child of a Marine
Scott, Elizabeth Convict Steal 4 bridles & other goods Old Bailey 21 February 1787 7 years
Scott, James Sergeant - Royal Marines 17th Company
Smith, Ann Convict Steal 15 yards of printed calico Old Bailey 8 April 1787 7 years
Smith, Catherine Convict Steal a silver watch from a gardener at Chelsea Old Bailey 18 April 1787 7 years
Spencer, Mary Convict Steal handkerchiefs, a petticoat & a cloak Wigan, Manchester 9 October 1786 5 years
Taylor, Sarah Convict Assault & Robbery Kingston upon Thames 2 April 1787 7 years
Thomas, Elizabeth Convict Steal a printed cotton gown Preston January 1787 7 years
Timins, Thomas 1st Lieutenant - Royal Marines
Tolen, Michael Private - Royal Marines 55th (Portsmouth) Company
Wainwright, Ellen Convict Theft of a woolen coat, petticoat and black silk hat Preston January 1787 7 years
Williams, Frances Convict Steal "divers goods & chattels" Mold, Flintshire, Wales 2 September 1783 Death commuted to 7 years
Wilson, Mary Convict Steal clothing Old Bailey 21 February 1787 7 years
Wright, Ann Came Free - Marine's Wife
Wright, Henry Private - Royal Marines 51st (Plymouth) Company
Wright, Mary Came Free - Marine's Wife
Wright, Mary Ann Came Free - Marine's Child
Wright, Matthew Private - Royal Marines 33rd (Plymouth) Company
Youngson, Elizabeth Convict break into a waterhouse and steal money Lancaster 26 March 1787 Death commuted to 7 years
Youngson, George Convict Break, Enter & Steal Lancaster 26 March 1787 Death commuted to 7 years


This information has been prepared from multiple sources including the AJCP microfilms of Convict Indents and New South Wales Early Church Records. As with any work of this nature errors of omission or commission may be present. Information contained on this site is believed to be accurate at the time of publication. Whilst every care has been taken to ensure the information is accurate, it is recommended that you confirm the information on these pages by checking it against primary source material. We cannot be held liable for any error or omission in this publication or for damages arising from its supply, performance or use and make no warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied in relation to this publication
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