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Convict Ship Captains

Index & Notes

A B C D E F G H J K L M N O P Q R S T V W Y

 

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ADDIE, Robert.

Aeolus 1809

 

 

ADDISON, Stephen

Waterloo 1829 

Waterloo 1831 

Susan 1834 

In February 1830 the death of Captain Addison of the Waterloo and Captain Nicholas of the Eliza was reported in the newspapers. Both were said to have drowned in a boating accident at Mauritius, however this was incorrect as Stephen Additions returned to the colony on the Waterloo in 1831.

He was appointed to the Eudora in 1836.

 

 

AGAR, Henry

Asia 1831

Fairlie 1834

Henry Ager was Captain of the Waterloo convict ship en route to VDL in 1842 when it was wrecked at Table Bay.

 

AITKIN

Lady Juliana 1790

 

 

ALLOWAY, Henry F

Nautilus 1840

 

 

ANDERSON, Alexander 

Grenada 1825; 

Phoenix 1826

Alexander Anderson was born in 1797 in Northumberland, England. He first came to Australia as First Officer on the Grenada in 1819.

 

 

ANDERSON, William

Prince Regent 1820

 

 

ANSTICE, Joseph Ball.

Bencoolen 1819

Joseph Anstice served as 3rd Mate on the East India ship Carnatic in 1808-09

 

 

ANSTIS, Nicholas 

Surprize 1790

Nicholas Anstis was formerly Chief Mate on the First Fleet vessel Lady Penryhn in 1788

 

 

APSIE (APSEY), John

Martha 1818

Captain John Apsey had been in the colony as early as 1807. He was required in that year to vacate land he had settled on near Government House (SG). He was Captain of the Estramina on voyages between Sydney and Van Diemen's Land. After the Martha unloaded her prisoners in 1818 she was employed in the whaling industry however was condemned in Sydney in July 1820 and the hull, masts, anchors etc were auctioned off in August. (SG 19 August 1820) . John Apsey was employed as Captain on the Fame in the mid 1820's.

In September 1824 the Fame, Captain Apsey was detained in Launceston along with several men who were accused of being prisoners of the Crown.

 

 

ARBOTHNOT, John

Mary Anne 1816

 

 

ARCOLL, Charles

Mary 1822

Minstrel 1825

Charles Arckoll was 2nd Mate on the Sir William Bensley in 1808 - 10 and Captain of the Marquis of Hastings in 1819.

 

 

ARMET, Andrew

Friendship 1818

Andrew Armet and surgeon Peter Cosgreave were accused of failing to take precautions to prevent an improper intercourse between the crew and the female convicts of the Friendship in 1818, although both were later exonerated by a Bench of Magistrates. Andrew Armet was also accused of cruelty towards female prisoners in using a wooden collar as punishment. It may have been this Andrew Armet who died at Stepney in March 1826 aged 52.

 

 

ARMSTRONG, Archibald

Atlantic 1791

 

 

ARNOLD, Harford

Charles Kerr 1837

Harford Arnold was born c. 1807 the son of Thomas Arnold a mast maker. After his voyage brining convicts on the Charles Kerr in 1837 he returned to England. His next voyage to the colonies on the Charles Kerr departed Ireland and arrived in Australia in January 1839 with 229 immigrants. When he married Sarah Howes Satcher on 7th July 1841 he gave his employment as Master Mariner. He was later employed as Harbour Master of the Port of London. In the 1861 Census he was recorded as a widower and resided with his son and daughter, servants and two boarders.

On 27 April 1861 he married widow Elizabeth Harford Barnes at Stepney. He died in 1863.

........Harford Arnold late of Milton next Gravesend in the County of Kent, Harbour Master of the Port of London died 27 October 1863 at 26 Harmer Street Milton-next-Gravesend. - Principal Probate Registry. Calendar of the Grants of Probate and Letters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Court of Justice in England (Ancestry)

 

 

ASCOUGH, William

Malabar 1819;

Ann & Amelia 1825;

Marquis of Huntley 1826

Marquis of Huntley 1828

Marquis of Huntley 1830;

Portland 1832;

Portland 1833;

Mary 1835.

William Ascough was born on 2 October 1777 in Iburndale, north Yorkshire. He died on 11 June 1836 at Broken Bay. NSW.

 

 

AUSTIN, John

Elizabeth 1836 NSW

 

 

AUSTIN, John

Barossa 1839 NSW

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BACON, Thomas

England 1835

 

 

BAIGRIE, James

Midas 1825

Midas 1827

Bussorah Merchant 1828

Jane 1831

James Baigrie was detained in quarantine in Sydney in 1828 after an outbreak of smallpox on the Bussorah Merchant.

 

 

BAKER, George

Maitland 1840

 

 

BAKER, John

Numa 1834

 

 

BARCLAY, Andrew

Indian 1810; 

Providence 1811

Andrew Barclay became a Justice of the Peace, magistrate and settler in Van Diemen's Land

 

 

BAYLEY, George

Hooghley 1834

George Bayley became ill with pneumonia on this voyage.

 

 

BELL,  Carsey

Tyne 1819

 

 

BELL, John

Minerva 1818;

Minerva 1819;

Minerva 1821;

Minerva 1824

John Bell (1790-1841), merchant, was born on 30 November 1790 at Middlebie, Dumfriesshire, Scotland.

 

 

BERRY,  Robert

Isabella 1818

 

 

BEST, Henry

Indispensable 1809

 

 

BETHAM, George

Marquis of Wellington 1815

A complaint was made against Captain Betham by one of the convicts of the Marquis of Wellington however a subsequent enquiry exonerated Betham and his ship's Officers of any blame.

 

 

BETTS, Luckyn

Hercules 1802

Luckyn Betts was tried for murder after the disastrous voyage of the Hercules. He was found guilty of manslaughter only and fined £500

 

 

BILLETT, J.T

Florentia 1828

 

 

BISSETT, Lieutenant Alexander R.N.

Emu 1812 (captured)

Alexander Bissett later settled in South Africa.(1)

 

 

BISSETT, James T

Diamond 1838

Captain Bissett formerly commanded the trading vessel Princess Victoria

 

 

BLAKEY, George

Coromandel 1804

 

 

BLYTHE, Joseph

Globe 1819

 

 

BOLTON, Thomas

Lady Kennaway 1835

Moffatt 1836

 

 

BOND, Essex Henry

Royal Admiral 1792.....

Essex Henry Bond died on 19 July 1819 at his seat Ditchteys, near Brentwood, Essex. He was brother of the late Mr. Serjeant Bond and was captain of the Walmer Castle Indian man, and had made fourteen voyages to India, when he retired from the Hon. Company's service

Portrait of the children of George Bond of Ditchleys, father of Essex Henry Bond.

 

Parramatta Heritage Centre - Essex Henry Bond opened the first public house and shop in Parramatta

 

 

 

 
BOWEN, George

Albermarle 1791

 

 

BOWLES, Matthew

Indefatigable 1815

The Asiatic Journal reported the arrival of W. Bowles, late commander of the Indefatigable at the Downs on the Admiral Gambier on 3rd September 1816.

 

 

BOYCE, John

William Pitt 1806

John Boyce was employed as 3rd Mate on the William Pitt under Captain Charles Mitchell in 1786.

 

 

BOYD, George Hay

Almorah 1824

More about George Hay Boyd at Genforum

 

 

BOYD, Matthew

Bellona 1793

 

 

BRAITHWAITE, George

Diana 1833

 

 

BRIGSTOCK, John

Westmoreland 1835

Westmoreland 1838

John Brigstock served as Midshipman on the Eurotas under Captain Phillimore in 1814. He was wounded in the attempt to take the French frigate Clorinde and later awarded the Naval General Service Medal with clasp "EUROTAS 25 FEBY. 1814" which was given to all still surviving members of Eurota's crew that had participated in the action.

 

 

BROOKS, Richard

Atlas 1802

Alexander 1806

Richard  Brooks, mariner, merchant and settler, was born at Topsham, Devon, England, the son of an impoverished clergyman. He had little formal education, entered the East India Co.'s service at an early age, and rose to command his own ship..... (1)

 

 

BROWN, George W

Captain Cook 1836

 

 

BROWN, George

Minerva 1839

 

 

BROWN, James Temple

Blenheim 1834

 

 

BROWN, Joseph

Calcutta 1837

 

 

BROWN, Robert

Morley 1817

Morley 1818

Morley 1820

 

 

BROWN, Robert

Medina 1823

 

 

BROWN, Robert

Lord Melville 1829

Lord Melville 1830

 

 

BUNKER, Eber 

William & Ann 1791

Eber Bunker (1761-1836), sea captain and farmer, was born on 7 March 1761 at Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States of America, son of James Bunker and his wife Hannah, née Shurtleff. On 16 November 1786 at St George-in-the-East, Middlesex, England, he married Margrett, daughter of Henry Thompson

 

 
BUNN, George 

Countess of Harcourt 1822

Countess of Harcourt 1824

George Bunn was a master mariner, merchant and magistrate. He was principal of the merchant firm Buckle, Buckle, Bagster and Buchanan, and Director of the Bank of Australia. He died in 1834.

 

 

BURT, Robert

Regalia 1826

 

 

BYRON, John

John Renwick 1838

 

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CABLE, James

David Malcolm 1845
 

CAMERON, John

Barwell 1798

 

 

CAMPBELL, John

Heber 1837

 

 

CAMPBELL, Patrick

Surprize 1794

Patrick Campbell died in India in July 1799 (2)

 

 

CAMPBELL, William

Larkins 1829

 

 

CAMPBELL, William

Bengal Merchant 1835

Bengal Merchant 1836

Bengal Merchant 1838

 

 

CANNEY, Edward

Margaret 1837

Margaret 1839

Margaret 1840

 

 

CANNEY, Thomas

Katherine Stewart Forbes 1830

 

 

CARNS, Robert

Neptune 1818

Caledonia 1820

 

 

CARR, William

Mangles 1828

Mangles 1833

Mangles 1837

Mangles 1840

 

 

CHALMERS, Robert

Boddingstons 1793

 

 

CHRISTIAN, Thomas

Nithsdale 1830

 

 

CLARKE, Charles

Anne 1810

 

 

CLAYTON, George

Camden 1833

 

 

CLENDON, James Reddy

City of Edinburgh 1828

James Clendon was born in Deal, Kent in 1800. He first came to Australia as Captain of the Medora in October 1826 bringing passengers and goods. A Mrs. Clendon was also on this voyage. After discharging the female convicts of the City of Edinburgh he proceeded to New Zealand for spars. He later settled in New Zealand and raised a large family. His house built in the 1860s still stands at Rawene....find out more at the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography

 

 

CLIFFORD, Francis

Prince Regent 1821

Francis Clifford's death was announced in the Gentleman's Magazine - 24 April 1821 - On his passage from New South Wales to Batavia Mr. Francis Clifford, jun., Commander of the ship Prince Regent, of London.

 

 

COCK, Robert

Eleanor 1831

 

 

COCK, Walter

Elizabeth 1828

 

 

COGHILL John

Mangles 1820; 

Mangles 1822;

Mangles 1824 ;

Mangles 1826

John Coghill b.1785 at Wick in Scotland, marr. Jane Grean in 1814. He was Captain and part owner of the Mangles. In 1826 he sold the Mangles and became a settler. After he sold the Mangles he became part owner of Kirkham near Camden and resided there as manager for about ten years. During this time he purchased 5,600 acres near Braidwood where he ran sheep and cattle. In the 1830s he commissioned John Verge to build Bedervale on his property. The house was completed by 1842.

 

 

COLNETT,  Captain James R.N

Glatton 1803

 James Colnett began his naval career as an able seaman in the Hazard on 28 June 1770. On 4 September of the following year he became a midshipman under James Cook in the Scorpion, and transferred to the Resolution when the great explorer was readying for his second Pacific voyage. During the expedition, Colnett sighted New Caledonia on 4 Sept. 1774, and Cook named Cape Colnett on that island after him.

 

 
COLUMBINE, Henry

Sarah 1829

Melancholy Catastrophe at Sea, which occurred in sight of the ship Sarah, Captain H. Columbine, commander proceeding from Bombay to London. Between 10 and 11 o'clock on the 16th January, a strange sail was discovered on the larboard bow; she appeared to be in distress, having lost her fore topmast and fore topsail yard, suspended by the lefts dangling in the wind, lee fore-rigging and her sails much torn. As we neared her, it proved to be a brigantine of about 150 tons, and appeared as if deserted by her crew. Captain Columbine ordered a boat to be got ready, and, accompanied by the carpenter and four seamen repaired to the wreck. Soon after they had boarded her, with the exception of one man who remained in charge of the boat, we saw them exploring the decks of the deserted wreck, and from it throwing into the boat articles of various kinds. The captain then gave instructions for the boat to return to the Sarah with certain orders for his officer, whilst himself and carpenter remained upon the wreck. As the boat was proceeding towards the Sarah we saw from our poop the wreck roll several times heavily; she was evidently going down, and on a sudden nothing more could be seen than her main topmast, which was tossed about as the sea was rushing over her. We then made immediate signal for the boat to return to the brigantine to rescue those she had left upon the wreck; the  boat remained some time in te hope of saving those who were the victims to a raging element. Nothing could be found except the Captain's hat. Poor Captain Columbine was beloved by all on board, and even the rough seamen shed tears for his fate; to his passengers he had endeared himself by his gentlemanly manners, and his kind and liberal treatment; and by his crew he was regarded as a skilful seaman, and a just, kind, and considerate commander. He met his fate at the early age of 32. This truly unfortunate vessel turned out to be a brigantine the Invincible. The Nautical Magazine 1832.

 

 

COOMBES, John

Southworth 1832

 

 

CORBYN, Joseph

Royal Charlotte 1825

Joseph Corbyn's first position as Lieutenant was on la Sybille frigate, Captain Charles Adam. He  distinguishing himself in the command of her boats, during the blockade of Batavia in 1808. Lieutenant Corbyn was promoted to the rank of commander on the 15th June, 1814.

 

 
CORLETTE, William

John Bull 1821

 

 

COW, John

Waterloo 1833;

Waterloo 1836;

Waterloo 1838

 

 

COWELL, John
Aboukir 1852


CRAIGIE,  John

Hadlow 1818

Hadlow 1820

 

 

CROMARTY, James

James Pattison 1837

The James Pattison arrived with immigrants in February 1840 left Sydney in March 1840 bound for Samarang. She was burnt to the water's edge when off the Azores in 1840. Captain Cromarty returned to Australia on the Earl Grey in June 1841.

 

 

CROSBIE, John

William Jardine 1838

 

 

CROSS John

Indefatigable 1812 (to Hobart)

 

 

CUMMING, Robert

Rolla 1803

 

 

CUZENS, Thomas

Tellicherry 1806

 

 

CUZENS, Thomas

Phoenix 1828

 

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DALE, Henry

Fame 1817

Henry Dale was still in command of the Fame in April 1826 when he generously gave a gratuitous passage to the family of American missionary Mr. Stewart from the Sandwich Island to Gravesend after the missionary's wife became seriously ill.

 

 

DALE, William

Randolph 1849

 

 

DAVIDSON, John

Sarah & Elizabeth 1837

 

 

DAVIDSON, Robert

Lady Kennaway 1836

 

 

DAVISON, John

Perseus 1802

 

 

DOWSON, Dalrymple

Aurora 1833

Backwell 1835

 

 

DENNOTT, Thomas

Britannia 1797

 

 

DIXON, Adam

John 1837 NSW

 

 

DOBSON, Roger

John Barry 1821

 

 

DOBSON, William

Woodbridge 1840

 

 

DODDS, John

Experiment 1809

 

 

DONALD, Andrew

Grenada 1819

Grenada 1821

 

 

DONALD, Robert S

America 1829 NSW

 

 

DOUTY, William

Eliza 1828

 

 

DOWNIE, James

Coromandel 1820

The Missionary Register recorded some of James Downie's adventures in New Zealand in 1822

 

 

DOWSON, Henry C

Hero 1835

 

 

DRAKE, John

Chapman 1817

 

 

DRAKE, J.T

Sesostris 1826

 

 

DRAKE, John Jeffrey

Marquis of Hastings 1827

Marquis of Hastings 1828

Florentia 1830

 

 

DRISCOLL, William Henry

Lonach 1825

 

 

DUFF, John

Dunvegan Castle 1832

 

 

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EARL, Percy

General Hewitt 1814

 

 

EBSWORTHY, William 

Adamant 1821 NSW

William Ebsworthy married Eleanora Ditchburn 10 Nov. 1819 (2). Their son William Lancy Ebsworthy was born 20th September 1820 at Wapping. (1) William had embarked on the Adamant by the following March and reached Australia in September.

The Adamant's return voyage to England was delayed by a court case involving himself and the steward of the Adamant George Farris who accused the Captain of embezzling and converting to his private purposes, government stores. There were counter accusations and lengthy depositions. The case was noted in Excise Information in the Exchequer. Ebsworthy was convicted of opening packages of wine shipped for exportation and fined £150, however nothing was recovered as he had no effects. He died prior to 1823 at Trinity House, Deptford

(1)London Metropolitan Archives, Wapping, Register of Baptism, p93/jn2, Item 008.

(2)  London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Anne, Limehouse, Register of marriages, P93/ANN, Item 026

 

 
EDWARDS, William

Sydney Cove 1807

 

 

EDGAR, Thomas (Naval Officer)

Lady Juliana 1790

 

 

 

ELLERBY, Stephenson

John Barry 1819

Lady Feversham 1830

Stephenson Ellerby was born at Whitby in Yorkshire c. 1794. In the 1851 Census he was recorded residing at Trinity House, Deptford with his wife Elizabeth where he was an Elder Brother. His sister Ann resided with them.

He was presented to Her Majesty the Queen by the Duke of Wellington at Buckingham Palace in 1842. (The Morning Post 18 March 1842)

 

 

ELLEY, Thomas

Sophia 1829

 

 

EMBLEDON, Robert

Royal George 1828

 

 

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FAWCETT, Joseph

Lady Nugent 1835

 

 

FENWICK, John

Havering 1849

 

 

FERGUSON, Henry

Roslin Castle 1830

Henry Tanner 1834

 

 

FERRIER, James

Lord Sidmouth 1823 VDL & NSW

Henry 1825

 

 

FOLGER, William

William 1794

Captain Folger came into conflict with passenger Rev. Marsden on the voyage to Australia. Rev. Marsden considered him an irreligious individual who did nothing to curb the ship's company from their evil ways of blasphemy and drunkenness.  It was with difficulty that Marsden gained permission to hold service on Sundays, the captain remarking that he had never seen a religious sailor and that to preach to the crew would be mere waste of time. After holding a service Marsden was almost inclined to agree with the captain, writing "the sailors are the most stupid, ignorant people in the world; might preach to them for an eternity without doing them the least good." (1)

 

 

FORD, Henry

Woodman 1823

 

 

FOTHERINGHAM, David

Royal Admiral 1830

Royal Admiral 1833

Royal Admiral 1835

 

 

FOTHERLY, William

Recovery 1819

Recovery 1823

Mariner 1825

 

 

FRAZER, R.L.

Planter 1832

Surgeon Alex Osborne described Captain Frazer in his journal in 1832 ......On taking leave of my friends in the " Planter," it is but justice to state that this has been the most agreeable voyage of my life. The owner, Wm. Bottomly, Esq., of Finsbury Square, had the ship fitted out in the most complete and substantial manner. The captain, Mr. L. Frazer, is a gentleman of considerable literary attainments, as well as proficiency in the fine arts, music and painting. In the performance of my public duty, I had his most cordial co-operation and support; and in my private capacity as passenger, all my wishes were anticipated; I have, therefore, great pride and satisfaction in bearing this public testimony to the uniform good conduct, order, and regularity observed on board throughout the whole voyage, —an agreeable contrast to what I had experienced on many other occasions.

Captain Frazer made note of the Discovery of William the Fourth Group of Islands, Pacific Ocean in 1838, however the Islands had already been discovered in 1828.

 

 

FREEMAN, Benjamin

Henry Wellesley 1836

Asia 1837

 

 

FREMLIN, Thomas

Elphinstone 1838

 

 

FULCHER, William

Camden 1831

 

 

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GALE, Ben

Andromeda 1833

Andromeda 1834

 

 

GARRETT, Edward

Lloyds 1833

Lloyds 1837

 

 

GATENBY, John

Norfolk 1837

On arrival in Sydney Captain Gatenby was presented with a Silver snuff box and letter of thanks by Captain J. Bowler of 80th regt., Lieut. Raitt 80th regt., and Allan Cunningham…….

Dear Sir, It affords me the highest gratification in being deputed by Mr. Cunningham and Lieutenant Raitt, of the 80th regiment, to present to you the accompanying token of our esteem and regard for the hospitality and kind attention evinced by you to ourselves and families during the whole passage from England. Our best wishes attend you in all your under-takings, and from the very able manner in which you have conducted your ship to this Port, there can be little doubt but that success will ever attend you ; and, as it may be grateful to your feelings to know that your exertions were not misplaced, I can assure you, in the name of all, that greater harmony and good understanding could not exist in any society Believe me to remain, Dear Sir, Your's very sincerely, Captain J. Bowler

Captain Gatenby replied the same day... Sirs,- I have the honour to receive your note, accompanying a Silver Snuff Box, bearing an ¡inscription expressive of your thanks for my attentions to you during our passage from England. Although I must attribute your happiness during the passage more to your good dispositions than to any merit on my part, still I accept your token with much thankfulness, and shall ever retain it as a memorial of the pleasure I enjoyed during that period in the esteemed society of yourselves and your amiable families...SH 9 March 1837

 

 

GILBERT, James

Edward 1829

Edward 1831

Parmelia 1832

Parmelia 1834

 

 

GILBERT,  Thomas

Charlotte 1788

Thomas Gilbert later published an account of the voyage: A Voyage from New South Wales to Canton, in the Year 1788; with Views of the Islands discovered. By Thomas Gilbert, Esq. Commander of the Charlotte. The account was said to exhibit a number of views of land, which were remarkably well engraved.

 

 

GOODWIN, William Lushington

Kains 1831

William Lushington Goodwin was descended from a seafaring family of Kent, England.  The Kains departed Sydney for Launceston to take troops to India, was becalmed in the Tamar and wrecked on a submerged rock. In 1832 Goodwin acted as honorary secretary of the Tasmanian Society in Launceston, and unsuccessfully applied for the position of port officer there. In 1834 he edited the Independent newspaper but, keen to be connected with a journal on republican lines, he became editor and then proprietor of the newly-established Cornwall Chronicle in 1835. ....Australian Dictionary of Biography Online

 

 

GRAINGER, Robert

General Stewart 1818

 

 

GREIG, Alexander

Norfolk 1825;

Norfolk 1829

 

 

GREY, John

Blenheim 1839

 

 

GRIGG, John

Canada 1815 ;

Canada 1817

 

 

GROTE, Joseph (R.N.)

James Pattison 1830

Joseph Grote was born on 5 February 1801, the fourth son of George Grote Esq., of Badgemore, Oxforeshire. He entered the Royal Navy in April 1814 on board the Eurotas, in which ship, he served, until December 1815, on the Home station, and was employed for some time in that year in guarding Napoleon Bonaparte during his detention at Plymouth. He was subsequently employed as Master’s Mate and Midshipman on various vessels on the West India, Cork, and Newfoundland stations. For his exertions on the occasion of the wreck of the Drake on 23 June 1822, Mr Grote, who was left the senior surviving officer, had the satisfaction to be presented with a commission as Lieutenant, appointing him to the Niemen on the Halifax station. In October 1824 he joined the Boadicea, bearing the broad pendant of Sir James Brisbane in the East Indies, where, from July 1825, until the cessation of hostilities, he took an active part in the Burmese War. He was awarded a Campaign Medal with clasp. ...DNW Auctioneers

On 4th January 1832 at Madras, he married Maria Theresa, eldest daughter of the Hon. Charles Harris.

 

 

GROVES, John

Ferguson 1829 ;

Eliza 1832

 

 

GUNNER, William

Lord Sidmouth 1819

Sidmouth Rock, discovered by Captain William Gunner, of the ship Lord Sidmouth, March 5th, 1819, is about 4 or 5 miles north-eastward of the Eddystone; the boat was sent to examine this rock, which was found to be about 100 yards in diameter above the surface of the sea,* with a reef projecting from it about half a mile to the north-eastward. No bottom with 20 fathoms line could be obtained in sounding all round the rock, and the passage between it and the Eddystone appeared safe...Sailing Directions Van Diemen's Land, The India Directory

 

 

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HAMILTON, William

Alexander 1816

 

 

HARGRAVES, John

Dorothy 1820

 

 

HARRISON, Edward

Admiral Gambier 1808

 

 

HARRISON, John

Guildford 1829

 

 

HARRISON, Robert

Speke 1826

 

 

HARRISON, Thomas O

Thomas Harrison 1836

 

 

HARRISON, William

Francis & Eliza 1815

 

 

HARRISON, William

Dick 1821

 

 

HARRISON, William

Ocean 1823

 

 

HARRISON, William

Countess of Harcourt 1827

Countess of Harcourt 1828

 

 

HARRISON, William

Morley 1829

 

 

HART, John

Henry Porcher 1835

 

 

HEATHORN, W.M

Claudine 1829

 

 

HENDERSON, John

Royal Sovereign 1834

 

 

HENNIKER, William

Mermaid 1830

Norfolk 1832

On 14th October, at the General Hospital Launceston, after a long and painful illness, Captain Willliam Henniker, shipping master of that town aged 62 years. - The Mercury 23 October 1865

 

 

HERBERT, John

Mariner 1816

 

 

HERD, James

Providence 1822

 

 

HILL, Lew

Lord Wellington 1820

 

 

HILLMAN, J.C

Mary Anne 1839

 

 

HINGSTON, John

Speke 1808

 

 

HINGSTONE, William

Hillsborough 1799

 

 

HOGAN, Michael 

Marquis Cornwallis 1796 NSW

Michael Hogan was born in Ireland in 1766. Between 1780 and 1784 he served as a seaman and midshipman in the Royal Navy. After leaving the navy he sailed as a seaman on trading voyages to India and China before becoming owner and captain of a ship trading between India and Europe. In 1795 he sailed as master of the Marquis Cornwallis to NSW. He returned to London in 1797 and later became a merchant in Capetown before settling in New York where he continued to trade. In 1820 he was appointed U.S. Consul and Navy Agent at Valparaiso, Chile. He died in 1833.

 ...The Oriental Navigator - Instructions for sailing to and from the East

 

 
HOLTON, Adolphus

Prince George 1837

 

 

HUNT, Francis

Eliza 1820

 

 

HUNT, James

Eliza 1822

 

 

HURST, John

Layton 1829

 

HUSTWICK, George

Lady McNaughten 1835

George Hustwick died on 7th August 1839 at the Bay of Biscay while in the command of the Lady McNaughton (1)

 

 

HUTTON, Henry

Forth 1835

 

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JAMIESON, Alexander

Mary 1833

 

 

JEFFRIES, J.P.

Archduke Charles 1813

 

 

JOHNSON, Magnus

Guildford 1812  Guildford 1816 ; Guildford 1818; Guildford 1820; Guildford 1822; Guildford 1824; Guildford 1827

Captain Magnus Johnson, after an absence of three years, has paid another, his seventh visit, in the same ship. The Guildford, to our Southern shores. Since he last left us, we hear Capt. J. has got married; these repeated visits to Australia, make our old friend quite a Colonist. It was Capt. J. who brought hither Chief justice Forbes and family. (The Monitor 26 July 1827)

 

 

JOHNSON, Thomas

Recovery 1836

 

 

JOHNSON, William

Manlius 1827

 

 

JOHNSTON, Alexander

Ocean 1816

 

 

JOHNSTON, William

Lord Lyndoch 1833

 

 

JONES, Philip

Strathfieldsaye 1836

 

 

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KEAN, Sampson

Pekoe 1840

 

 

KEMP, Charles

Surry 1831 ;

Surry 1834

 

 

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LAMB, James Thomas

Lord Eldon 1817

 

 

LAMB, John

Baring 1815 ;

Baring 1819

 

 

LAMB, William Buchanan

Batavia 1818

 

 

LEARY, Daniel

Eliza 1827;

York 1831

 

 

LEITH, John

Minorca 1801

 

 

LESLIE, James

Sir Charles Forbes 1837

 

 

LIVESAY, George N

George Hibbert 1834;

Pyramus 1836

 

 

LOCKE, Henry

Champion 1827

 

 

LOWE, Samuel

John 1832

 

 

LOWE, Samuel John

Portsea 1838

 

 

LUSCOMBE, John

Hive 1834

 

 

LUSK, John

Mary 1819

 

 

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MACKDONALD, Alexander

Caroline 1833

 

 

MANNING, Edward

Pitt 1792

 

 

MANNING, F. B

Earl of Liverpool 1831

Planter 1839

 

 

MARSH, Robert Abbon

Admiral Barrington 1791

 

 

MARSHALL, John

Scarborough 1788

Scarborough 1790

John Marshall was born in Ramsgate, Kent in 1748.  After departing Port Jackson, the Scarborough under Captain Marshall and the Charlotte under Captain Thomas Gilbert called at Lord Howe and Norfolk islands and proceeded northward. They gave their names to the Marshall and Gilbert groups of Micronesian islands and pioneered the Outer Eastern Passage for the return to Europe via Canton.

On the second voyage of the Scarborough in 1790 the Macarthur family transferred from the Neptune to the Scarborough. Elizabeth Macarthur described the transfer: On 19th February a favourable day presented itself, and we removed with all our little baggage, rejoiced at an escape from tyranny, insult, and every species of oppression. In the Scarborough we shared a small cabin with Mrs. Abbott. Captain Marshall, the master of the ship, was a plain, honest man, and disposed to make things as comfortable for me as was in his power.

A painting of Captain John Marshall - BBC History

Some early records of the Macarthur family of Camden

 

MASON, John

Prince of Wales 1788

 

 

MATCHES, John

Clyde 1838

 

 

MATTISON, Hugh

Daphne 1819

 

 

MCAUSLAND, Alexander

Isabella 1840

 

 

MCCARTHY, Robert

Heroine 1833

 

 

MCDOUGALL, Dougal

Tottenham 1818

 

 

MCKELLAR, William

Sovereign 1829

 

 

MCKISSOCK, William

Almorah 1817

Neptune 1820

 

 

MCPHERSON, Peter

Speke 1821

 

 

MELVILLE, Thomas

Britannia 1791

 

 

MENTRUP, Richard

Borodino 1828

 

 

MERITON, Walter

Atlas 1816

 

 

METCALF, John

Burrell 1830

Burrell 1832

 

 

MIDDLETON, Richard

Harmony 1827

 

 

MINCHINSON, John

Active 1791

 

 

MITCHELL, William

Earl Spencer 1813

 

 

MOLISON, A.L

Marquis of Huntley 1835

 

 

MONCRIEFF, Lewis Williams

Shipley 1817

Shipley 1818

Shipley 1820 NSW & VDL

Shipley 1822

 

 

MONCRIEFF, John

Bussorah Merchant 1831

Royal Sovereign 1835

 

 

MONCRIEFF, William John

John 1827

 

 

MOORE, (Moor)Henry

Fortune 1806

Wanstead 1814

Henry Moor came to Sydney as Master of the Reliance in 1795. He later captained several ships including Montgomery, Fortune and Wansted. He joined the Marquis Cornwallis in Sydney on 26 March 1796 and disembarked at Calcutta on 2 October. He later published 'Sailing directions to accompany a new Chart of the Molluccas and Eastern Islands: together with separate plans ... surveyed, in the course of two years and six months stations in those seas, by Henry Moor, assisted by V.V. Ballard', 1801...State Library of NSW

 

 

MOORE, Samuel

Brampton 1823

 

 

MORGAN, James

Waverley 1839

 

 

MORICE, James

Asia 1820

 

 

MOTLEY, Charles

Brothers 1824

Brothers 1827

 

 

MOWATT, Thomas

Janus 1820

 

 

MUDDLE, James

Lord Sidmouth 1821

 

 

MUDDLE,  James

St. Vincent 1837

 

 

MUNRO, Charles

Middlesex 1840

 

 

MUNRO, Mark

Mary Anne 1791

 

 

MUNRO, Daniel N

Clyde 1832

 

 

MUSGRAVE, Thomas

Sugar Cane 1793

Atlas 1802

 

 

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NAGLE, Joseph

Neptune 1838

 

 

NAYLOR, Henry

Eden 1840

 

 

NEATBY, Henry

Susan 1836

Agincourt 1844

 

 

NICHOL, John

Salamander 1791

 

 

NICHOLAS, William

Eliza 1829

 

 

 

NORSWORTHY, Robert

Mariner 1827

John 1829

 

 

NUTTING, John

Hive 1835

John Nutting was captain of the Hive when she was wrecked near Jervis Bay. Just one month later he had another narrow escape from a watery grave. He was assisting the Captain of the Blackbird to remove stores from the Hive when the Blackbird was almost wrecked. She was run on shore as the only way of saving the crew. Captain Nutting returned to England on the Norfolk in February 1836 and a month later it was reported that he had been appointed to the command of the Avon owned by Captain Cole which conveyed oil to London.  The friends of Captain Nutting were much gratified at this appointment as they considered he had not been fairly treated in Australia since his misfortune. A Court of Enquiry was held upon his conduct in the loss of the Hive at which he was not even allowed to be present, the result of which was laid before the Governor; and about a month after, when all the witnesses had left the Colony, he was made acquainted with the particulars and decision of the investigation. The Avon reached Australia by the following April and returned to England with oil. On the 20th May she fell in with great quantities of ice, and were surrounded with ice islands for over a week during which time the sea appeared as one continued mass of ice at times almost impassable. On the 30th they rounded the Horn from which time they were clear of the ice.

 

 

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OGILVIE, David

Juliana 1820

 

 

ORD, John W

Castle Forbes 1824

 

 

OSTLER, William

Elizabeth 1816

Elizabeth 1818

Elizabeth 1820

Marquis of Hastings 1826

 

 

O'TWEEN, John

Northampton 1815

 

 

OWEN,  Richard

Queen 1791

 

 

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PARKER, John

Gorgon 1791

 

 

PARKIN, Robert

Andromeda 1830

 

 

PATRICKSON, Thomas

Ganges 1797

 

 

PATTERSON, James

Surry 1814

 

 

PEARCE, Richard

Cambridge 1827

 

 

PECK, Benjamin

Neva 1833

Neva 1835(wrecked)

 

 

PEXTON, William

Pilot 1817

 

 

PITCHER, Thomas junior

Broxbournebury 1814

 

 

POPE, William L

Asia 1825

Boyne 1826

 

 

POUNDER, Edward

Glory 1818

 

 

PROUDFOOT, David

Forth 1830

 

 

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QUESTED, George

Speedy 1800 NSW

 

 

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RAINE, Thomas

Surry 1816

Surry 1819

Surry 1823

Thomas Raine's brother John Raine and wife arrived in New South Wales on the Regalia in 1820

On the 18th April 1826 Colonial Times & Tasmanian Advertiser reported that Captain Raine, many years Commander of the Surry and well known in these colonies was married on 10th instant, to Miss Worsley, a young lady who was recently here on a visit to Major Abbott. The happy pair are keeping the honey moon at the beautiful estate of Mr. Simeon Lord near Sydney.

 

 

RALPH, James

Friends 1811

 

 

RALPH, James

Albion 1827

Albion 1828

 

 

RAMSAY, George

Kitty 1792

 

 

RAPSON,

Gaillardon 1838

Gaillardon 1839

 

 

REAY, John

England 1826

 

 

REED, Hugh

Friendship 1800

 

 

REEVES, Peter

Earl St. Vincent 1823

 

 

REEVES, Peter J

Hooghley 1825

Hooghley 1828

Hooghley 1831

 

 

REID,  John

Minstrel 1812

 

 

REID, Thomas

Castle Forbes 1820

Asia 1822

 

 

REMMINGTON, Samuel

Ocean 1818

Samuel Remmington was 3rd Mate on the Euphrates in 1808-1810

 

 

RENNOLDSON, John

Sir Godfrey Webster 1826

 

 

RICHARDS, William

Prince Regent 1827

 

 

RICHARDS, William

Roslin Castle 1833

Roslin Castle 1834

Roslin Castle 1836

 

 

ROBERTSON, James

Forth 1830

 

 

ROBERTSON, John

Coromandel 1804

 

 

ROBSON, John

John Barry 1836

John Barry 1839

 

 

ROSS, John

Hashemy 1849

 

 

RUSSELL, Bourn

Lady Rowena 1826

 

 

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SADLER, F.W.N

Buffalo 1833

Captain Sadler was formerly attached to H.M. Victory.

 

 

SADLER, William

Adrian 1830

 

 

SALKELD, Joseph

Minerva 1800

 

 

SAMPSON, David

Southworth 1822

 

 

SCOTT, Alexander

Somersetshire 1814

 

 

SEVER, William Compton

Lady Penryhn 1788

 

 

SHERWOOD, Henry

Princess Royal 1823

Princess Royal 1829

Fanny 1833

 

 

SHORT, Joseph

Atlas 1819

 

 

SILK, Thomas

Prince of Orange 1821

 

 

SIMMONDS, William

Catherine 1814

 

 

SIMPSON

Mary 1836

 

 

SIMPSON, Samuel

Earl St. Vincent 1818

Earl St. Vincent 1820

 

 

SINCLAIR, Duncan

Alexander 1788

 

 

SINCLAIR, George

Surry 1836

Surry 1840

 

 

SINDREY, Edward

Admiral Gambier 1811

Captain Sindrey was notifying of his intention to leave the colony in November 1817 on one of the several convicts ships that were returning to England.

 

 

SKINNER, Richard

Dromedary 1820

 

 

SMITH, Aaron

Louisa 1827

Mary Ann 1835

 

 

SMITH, John

Vittoria 1829

 

 

SPAIN, Alexander

Canada 1819

 

 

SPARKE, J

Augusta Jessie 1840

 

 

SPENCER, John Clarke

Duke of Portland 1807

 

 

STEAD, Thomas F

Asia 1825

Asia 1828

Asia 1830

Asia 1832

Asia 1833

 

 

STEAD, William

Lord Lyndoch 1838

 

 

STEELE, J.F

Mary 1823

 

 

STEPHENSON, Daniel

Princess Charlotte 1827

 

 

STERLING, Alex

Coromandel 1802

 

 

STEWARD, William

Captain Cook 1832

 

 

STEWART, James

Ann 1801

 

 

STEWART, John

Competitor 1828

 

 

STONEHOUSE, Richard

Lady Harewood 1831

Lady Harewood 1832

 

 

STOREY, George

Sovereign 1795

 

 

SUNTER, James

Nile 1801

 

 

SURTEES, Robert

Agamemnon 1820

 

 

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TALBOT, James

Earl Grey 1836

Earl Grey 1838

 

 

TENNET, (Tennant) James

Earl Cornwallis 1801

Instructions for sailing from the Island of Ascension to Europe......All the tracks of those vessels which have made Ponedo, after their departure from Ascension, place it in 120 40' West of the latter, and consequently 310 20' West of Greenwich. But its true longitude and latitude were ascertained the 1st of December, 1798, by Captain Robert Williams of the Thames, in company with the Earl Cornwallis extra Indiaman, James Tennant commander. The longitude was found to be 29° 56' West of Greenwich, and the latitude o° 58' South.

 

 

THATCHER, Thomas

Henry 1823

 

 

THOMAS, George

King William 1840

 

 

THOMPSON, John

Boyd 1809

 

 

THOMPSON, John

Henry Porcher 1825

 

 

THOMPSON, John

Georgiana 1831

 

 

THOMPSON, William

Captain Cook 1833

 

 

TODD,  John

Java 1833

 

 

TOMLINS, George William

James Laing 1834

 

 

TRACEY, John

Grenada 1827

 

 

TRAIL, Donald

Neptune 1790

 

 

TREGURTHA, Edward Primrose

Caroline 1831

 

 

TURNBULL, Robert

Britannia 1798

 

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VAUGHAN, William

Hercules 1825

Hercules 1830

Hercules 1832

 

 

VEAL, William

Surry 1833

 

 

VINCENT, Arthur

Mellish 1829

 

 

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WADE, Giles

City of Edinburgh 1832

Emma Eugenia 1838

 

 

WALES, Alexander

Prince Regent 1824

 

 

WALKER, Thomas

Fortune 1813

 

 

WALLIS, George

Palambam 1831

 

 

WALLIS, John

Three Bees 1814

Fanny 1816

Isabella 1822

Isabella 1823

1823....During the last three weeks, three swarms of young bees have been produced from two hives, the property of D. Wentworth, Esq. purchased by him from Captain Wallace of the Isabella, and placed at his estate at Homebush, near Parramatta. The fragrant shrubs and flowers of Australasia are thus proved to be peculiarly congenial to the increase of this insect; and we trust that, in a few years, we shall be able to add honey and wax to our other numerous productions. Asiatic Journal

 

 

WALMSLEY, William

Dunvegan Castle 1830

The Hull Packet, 1 February 1831 - Deaths -  On the 2nd October, on the passage of the Dunvegan Castle, Capt. Wm. Walmsley, from Sydney, New South Wales, to London, aged 24, Tom, the youngest son of Mrs WALMSLEY, Bridlington Quay, and brother of the Captain. He unfortunately fell overboard during a heavy gale of wind; he was an expert swimmer, and every effort which seamanship could devise to save him was adopted, but ineffectually, for he never rose to the surface.

 

 

WALTON, Francis

Friendship 1788

 

 

WARD, John B

Canada 1810

 

 

WARREN, Daniel

Exmouth 1831

Ship Boyne, Captain Daniel Warren. December 23, 1822, Captain Warren, homeward bound from India, when lying too in a heavy gale of wind, under a close reefed main-top-sail, in the Bay of Biscay, and having had a very long passage, was reduced to short allowance of provisions and water, discovered a French lugger water-logged to leeward, and her crew clinging to the masts and rigging, perceiving their inevitable fate, and the utter impossibility of succouring them by boats, or even by a raft, owing to stress of weather, Captain Warren resolved to run down to the wreck; bore up, and ran alongside the lugger, and, by great skill, rescued the whole of her crew, seventeen men. The collision was great, and Captain Warren's ship received considerable damage. The lugger proved to be the La Jeane, in the service of the French Government; and her commander stated that two French vessels had passed him without making an effort to render him assistance, and but for the timely aid of Captain Warren all hands must have perished. This addition to Captain Warren's passengers and ship's company straitened his means, and for the five days which intervened, until their arrival in an English port, each person was reduced to one glass of water and two biscuits per day! This brilliant display of humanity and zeal was represented to the French Government, and his late Majesty Louis XVIII. conferred an honorary cross and medal on Captain Warren, with a suitable inscription. The damages sustained and expenses incurred by him were adequately remunerated, and a reward was also bestowed upon his officers and ship's company. But a higher gratification will be cherished by every one who performed this gallant deed as long as they live! (1)

 

 

WARRINGTON, Henry

Mary Anne 1822

Seven seamen of the Mary Anne were arrested for mutinous conduct and neglect of duty when the vessel arrived in Hobart in 1822. One of the men, George Boyce made an attempt to strike the Captain. The men were later discharged from duty.

 

 

WEATHERHEAD, Matthew

Matilda 1791

On the night of February 24, 1792, the Matilda foundered on Mururoa atoll, 640 miles south-east of Tahiti. The crew were saved and returned Tahiti on 5th March 1792. From Otaheite, the second mate and two of the sailors had, in one of their open whale boats, proceeded towards New South Wales. The rest of the crew remained on the island, excepting Mr. Matthew Weatherhead the commander of the vessel, who, with two men and two boys, had taken their passage from Otaheite on board the Jenny of Bristol; and on their arrival at Nootka, Senr* Quadra not only provided Mr. Weatherhead with a passage towards England through New Spain, but benevolently furnished him with a sum of money to defray his expenses through a country where the inhabitants would necessarily be strangers to himself and all his connections.

 

 

WELLBANK, Thomas

Whitby 1839

A shark toothed sword presented to Whitby museum by Captain Wellbank on his return to England.

 

 

WELTDEN, George

Lady Castlereagh 1818

George Weltden was Commander on the Indus in 1808-10 sailing to Madeira and Bengal.

 

 

WETHERALL, Thackeray

Lord Melville 1817

Lord Melville 1818

Hebe 1820

 

 

WHARTON, Stephen

Adelaide 1849

 

 

WHITESIDE, J.T

Parkfield 1839

 

 

WILKINSON, Henry W

Larkins 1817

 

 

WILKINSON, William

Canada 1801

 

 

WILLCOCKS, James

Lady Shore 1797

MUTINY ON BOARD THE LADY SHORE. BY the last Lisbon Mail, the Rev. John Black, of Woodbridge, Suffolk, received a packet from his son, who was one of the surviving Officers of that unfortunate ship the Lady Shore, dated Rio Janeiro, Jan. 18, 1798, containing an authentic narrative of the mutiny, and of his subsequent perils and adventures. Captain Wilcocks did not die till the third day after the mutiny, when he expired without a groan.

 

 

WILLIAMS,

Britannia 1814

 

 

WILLIAMS, Edward

Henry Wellesley 1837

 

 

WILLIAMS, Henry

Maria 1818

 

 

WILLIAMS, Henry

Morley 1828

 

 

WILLIAMS, Lew E

Sir William Bensley 1817

 

 

WILLIAMSON, William

Hindostan 1821

 

 

WILSON, Alexander

Pyramus 1832

 

 

WILSON, William

Royal Admiral 1800

According to the Memoirs of Hydrography, William Wilson was a nephew of Captain Wilson of the ship Duff who conveyed missionaries to Matavai in 1797. William Wilson in command of the Royal Admiral and during the course of voyages made to the missionary stations established in the Pacific continued to gain information of a highly useful character in Polynesia, which proved of great value in the almost unknown state of the hydrography of that region.

 

 

WINTER, Thomas

Almorah 1820

 

 

WISEMAN, William

Lucy Davidson 1829

Isabella 1832

 

 

WITHERS, Francis J.

Experiment 1804

 

 

WOODRIFF, Daniel

Naval Agent on the Kitty in 1793

Calcutta 1803 (Port Phillip)

Obituary - CAPT. WOODRIFF, R.N. Feb. 24. At Greenwich Hospital, aged 86, Daniel Woodriff, esq. Post Captain K.N. a Captain of the Royal Hospital, and C.B.
He entered the Royal Nary in 1762, but was educated on shore in 1767-70; he was made Lieutenant in 1789, a Commander in 1795, and superintendent of the prisoners of war at Norman Cross in the same year, and attained the rank of Post Captain in 1802. Towards the end of the latter year he was appointed to the Calcutta 50, then fitting out for the purpose of establishing a new convict settlement at Port Philip, on the southern extremity of New Holland. He sailed at the end of April 1803, and arrived at the place of his destination on the 12th Oct. following; but finding the spot not-desirable, on many accounts, he proceeded to the river Derwent, where he founded the now flourishing town of Hobart.
Alter her return from New South Wales, the Calcutta was fitted for sea an an effective 50-gun ship, and tent to St. Helena for the protection of merchantmen. Whilst on this service she was captured, after a gallant defence, by a numerous French squadron; and Capt. Woodriff, after three months confinement on board the French fleet, was carried prisoner to Verdun. After several fruitless applications for his release, about June 1807, he received an order, signed by Bonaparte, then in Poland, directing him to proceed immediately to England, and to take the route of St. Maloes, a town which no Englishman was at that time permitted to enter except himself. On his arrival there he found that all his letters, directed to him at Verdun, had been forwarded from the latter place by order of the French government; and on his proceeding to engage a vessel to convey him to England, for which he expected to pay forty or fifty guineas, he was told  that one was already provided for him, free of expense. At this period, it is to be remarked that, owing to some difficulty, there was not an exchange of prisoners of war but the British government, not to be outdone in generosity, immediately released a French officer of similar rank to Capt. Woodriff, and sent him to France on- terms of equal liberality. At a Court Martial, held shortly after, he was honourably acquitted, of the loss of his ship, And his conduct pronounced to have been that of "a brave, cool, and intrepid officer."
Capt. Woodriff had the improvement of the service always in view; and made some valuable suggestions to the Admiralty and Navy Boards.
At the close of the year 1808 he was appointed agent for prisoners of war at Gosport, and in 1813 Commissioner of the Navy at Port Royal yard. Towards the latter part of the war he resided as Commissioner at Jamaica. In 1830 he was appointed a Captain of Greenwich Hospital, and was nominated a Companion of the Bath in the following year. One of his sons it a Commander, and another a Lieutenant R.N. His eldest daughter married the late Lieut.-Col. Tomkins, of the 58th regt. and died in 1820. - Gentleman's Magazine

 

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YOUNG, John

Governor Ready 1829

 

 

YOUNG, Walter

Theresa 1839

 

 

 

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