Convict Ship Frederick 1815
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The Frederick arrived in Sydney from Bengal with a cargo of spirits and piece goods. She had left the Pilo on 22nd December 1814 and called at Bencoolen having on board for that place four native convicts from Calcutta. She left Bencoolen on 10th of January and arrived at Hobart on 29th March, departing there on 15th April 1815
Convicts arriving on the Frederick:
James Dougherty - Constable at Black Creek near Maitland in 1828
Morris Landers - Appointed gaoler at Newcastle gaol. Morris Landers gave evidence before Commissioner J.T. Bigge in 1819.
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