Clinch, Richard (marine) Edmunds, William (convict) Ayres, John (convict) Peaulet, James (convict) Keltie, James (ship’s master from Aug 1787) Davis, James (ships’ crew) Beard, William (ship’s crew) Long, John (marine officer)Lucas, Nathaniel (convict) Share the page with your students and invite them to use ‘history detective’ skills to find the following information: Willmott, Robert (marine) Davis, James (ship’s crew) Stogdell, John (convict) Walsh, William (convict) Jeffries, Joseph (ships’ crew) Burkitt, Martha (convict) Herbert/ Russell, Jane/Jenny (convict) Griffiths, Samuel (convict) According to a family member, despite the variety of first-name initials this is George Kerridge. Freeman, James (convict) Your browser is not supported by ANU web styles. Tool, Philip (crew) Alt, Augustus Theodore (surveyor) Blackhall, William (convict) Harmsworth, John (marine’s family) Trimmings, Thomas (crew) Stokoe, John (convict) Leary, Jeremiah (convict) Marshall (Mr) (ship’s crew) (brother of ship’s master) Griffiths, Thomas (convict) Pritchard, Thomas (convict) Smith, Catherine (convict) Turner, John (convict) ‘He arrived in Lyttelton Harbour in January, 1851, while the first four ships of the Canterbury settlement were still at anchor.’ ‘The village name came from one of the first four ships that arrived in 1850 transporting workers who built Christchurch.’ ‘It's tough luck if it turns out he's descended from people on the first four ships.’ Simms, William (marine) Bellett, Jacob (convict) Reynolds, Charles (marine) Tynan, Thomas (marine) Campbell, John (ship’s crew) Bentley, Joshua (ship’s crew) West, John (marine) Munday, John (marine) Goodwin, Philip (marine) Waugh, William (crew) Thompson, Robert (marine) Redman, James (marine’s family) Escott, John (marine)Everingham, Matthew James (convict) Prior, John Matthew (convict’s child - born at sea) Meredith, James (marine officer) Martin, Thomas (convict) Roberts, John (marine) Pritchard, William (ship’s crew) Waterhouse, William (convict) MacCormack, Sarah (convict) Reed, David (ship’s crew) The Second Fleet consisted of six ships - four transport ships and two storeships arrived in Sydney Cove in 1790. Harragan, Cornelius (ship’s crew) Harrison, Richard (crew) Hill, John (convict) Philpot, John (ship’s crew) Webb, Thomas (ship’s crew) Mara, John (ship’s crew) Four days after that, half a dozen sailors from different ships were removed from a makeshift guardhouse and paraded back to their ships in the same way. Maxwell, George William (navy officer) Hatfield, William (convict) Adams, Mary (convict) Sisson, Unknown (ship’s crew) Jones, John (convict) Smith, Hannah (convict) Clayton/Kayton/Hayton, George Harwood/Howard, Esther (convict) Oldfield, Isabella (convict) Lambeth, John (convict) Connor, Martin (marine) Lewis, Joseph (marine) Smith, Ann (convict) Henderson, George (ship’s crew) Lewis, James (ship’s crew) Thomas, Edward (marine) Dwan, Edward (marine’s family) Ashley, John (crew) Moore, Henry (ship’s crew) Columbus' three ships were the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria. Dougherty, Arthur (marine) Clay, Charles (ship’s crew) Scott, Thomas (marine) Youngson, Elizabeth (convict) Turner, Susannah (marine’s family) Able/Tilley, William (convict’s family)Abrahams, Esther (convict)Abrahams, Esther/Rosanna (convict’s family) Williams, Robert (convict) Smith, Catherine (convict) Hayes, John (marine) Beardsley, Ann (convict) Saltmarsh, William (convict) Thodie, James (convict) Gould, Peter (ships’ crew) frigate, hagboat, pink, cat, flute, and bark. Page, Paul (convict) Allen/ Boddington, Tamasin (convict) Cox, John Matthew alias ‘Banbury Jack’ (convict) Fowkes, Francis (convict) Vincent, Henry (convict) Thompson, James (convict) Hill, Thomas (convict) Farrell, Ambrose (ships’ crew) Nettleton, Robert (convict) Smith, William (convict) Killpack/Kilpack, David (convict) Hawkes, Richard (convict) McAvenaugh, Barney (marine) Williams, Richard (crew), Acres/Akers, Thomas (convict) Dunnage, Joseph (convict) Asky/Askew, Richard (marine) Coffin, John (convict) La Rue, James (convict) Ward, John (ship’s crew) Partridge, Richard (convict) Lyne, Richard (convict) Steerage passengers were cramped in the space below the main deck. Silverthorn, John (convict) Jenkins, William (convict) Smith, William (convict) Greaves, George (ship’s crew) Jones, Margaret (convict) Harpur/Harper, Joshua (convict) Moore, Samuel (ships’ crew) Parkinson, Edward (convict’s child) Colonists were men who were able to afford to buy land in the new settlement. Clayfield, William (marine) Hoddinott, John (marine) Brown, Thomas (marine) Mills, Mathew (convict) Marshall, Mary (senior) (convict) Raymond, George (convict) Robertson, John (ship’s crew) Dearing, William (crew) Jackson, Jane alias Roberts, Hester) (convict) Massey, Richard (ships’ crew) Teague, Cornelius (convict) Lewis, John (crew) Bellamy, Sarah (convict) Proctor, James (ship’s crew) Live animals were carried on board to provide food and milk. Port Lyttelton, showing the first four ships and emigrants landing from the Cressy [28 Dec. 1850]The Charlotte Jane anchored at Lyttelton at 10am on Monday, 16 December 1850, and James Edward Fitzgerald was the first of the Pilgrims to leap ashore. Richards, Mary (marine’s family) A reception on board the Randolph, East India Export Dock, Blackhall [1850]Despite seasickness, the passengers on the ships found different things to do so that the voyage would not be boring. Baxter, William (marine) Brown, William French (convict) Thomas/Tomas, Elizabeth (convict) Mason, William (marine) Ware/Warn, Charlotte (convict) Wilkins, John (marine) Miles, John (ship’s crew) Cook, Benjamin (marine) Tinney, James (ship’s crew) Richardson, William (convict) The “First Comers,” sometimes called “the Old Comers,” were the first English settlers who arrived on the first four ships coming to Plymouth, Massachusetts – the Mayflower which landed at Plymouth November 11, 1620 with 102 people; the Fortune on November 9, 1621 with about three dozen passengers; and the Anne and the Little James, both in June or July1623. Owen, John (convict) Phillimore, Richard/William (convict) Limeburner, John (convict) Rider, George (ship’s crew) George, Ann (convict) Paynter, James (ship’s crew) Freeman, Robert (convict) Yeats/Yates, Nancy/Ann (convict) Stewart, John (marine’s family) Prayer meetings were held every morning and afternoon, with a full church service on Sundays. Daveny, Thomas (ship’s crew) Tarr, Isaac (marine) Mee, Francis (marine) Ruglass, John (convict)Ruse, James (convict) Jamison, Thomas (surgeon’s 1stmate) Price, James (convict) Butler, Daniel (ship’s crew) Curtis/Crudis, William (ship’s crew)Dalton/Burley/Burleigh, Elizabeth (convict)Dalton/Clements, Frances Hannah (convict's child – born at sea) Dwan, Edward (marine) Hubbard, William (convict) At the time of the First Fleet’s voyage there were some 12,000 British commercial and naval ships plying the world’s oceans. Hollogin, Elizabeth (convict) Turner, Susannah (marine’s family) White, Thomas (ship’s crew) These men and their families travelled as cabin passengers. Eggleton/Bones, William (convict) Mason, Thomas (ship’s crew) Emigrants had to bring their own bedding, clothing and anything else they might need. A newspaper, known as the Cockroach, was put out on the Charlotte Jane. Jay, Richard (ships’ crew) Martin, Maria (convict) Bingham/Mooring, Elizabeth (convict) The establishment of a new penal colony on the remote coast of New Holland would provide relief for Britain’s crowded prisons and stake a Fownes, Margaret (convict) Anyone who had an instrument and could play it was very popular. History Early ships. Spence, John (convict) Long, William Aston (crew) Heritage, Charles (marine)Hibbs, Peter (ship’s crew) Winstead, John (marine) As farm workers in particular, the German immigrants were valued for their steady industriousness, and the origins of South Australia's wine industry are credited with individual … Smith, Edward (crew) Richards, James (convict) Duncan, Joseph (ship’s crew) Why he appears on the passenger list as “Chas Kerridge’’, why his age is given as 19 when he was 24 when the ship sailed, and why his occupation is given as “house servant’’ when his occupation was apparently more likely to be a rustic one, is a mystery to the family. The original 1920s edition of the H.P.Gibson naval boardgame Dover Patrol used a number of real RN Ship names, but generally attached them to different ship classes. Hortopp, James (convict) Chadwick, Thomas (convict) Hayes, John (convict) Williams/Floyd, John (convict) Click on the ship's name for a list of the convicts and crew. Agnew/Ayners, John (convict) Mackey, James (convict) Stewart, Robert (marine’s family) Nelson and Drake , and the " Super Dreadnoughts " were H.M.S. Dykes, Mary (convict) Fentum, Benjamin (convict) Redman, Michael (marine) Munday, Edward (marine’s family) Wigfall, Samuel (marine) Mitchcraft, Mary (convict) Murphy, Michael (marine) Hall, Elizabeth (convict) Heatherly, James (ship’s crew) Boyce, Benjamin (ship’s crew) Simmons, William (marine) Gilbourne, Andrew (marine) e Wall, William (marine) Morgan, Robert (convict) Smith, Ann (convict) Thring, James (ship’s crew) Grant, James (marine) Romaine, John (convict) Australia , New Zealand , Canada and India , but few of these resembled the actual ships with the same names in the … Roberts, Peter (ship’s crew) Their cabins had more space and privacy. Toberry, Joseph (ships’ crew) Bryant, Michael (convict) Holland, William (convict)Holmes, Susannah (convict) Garth, Edward (convict) Wood, Mark (convict) Rare primary sources, reliable reference, and multi-media content put this vast topic into context for students. Jenkins, Robert (convict) Shea, John (marine officer) Earley, Rachel (convict) Walker, David (ship’s crew) Legge, George (convict) Robinson, Joseph (convict) Lawrell, John (convict) Worsdell, William (convict), Armstrong, Archibald (crew) Davis, Aaron (convict) Alexander. May, Richard (convict) Hatheway, Henry (convict) Harris, William (convict) Wright, Elizabeth (marine’s child – born during voyage) Martin/Mather, Mary (convict) Mullock, Jesse (convict) Poate, James (ship’s crew) Edwards, William (convict) Green/Cowley, Ann (convict) Fishburn, Andrew (marine) The First Fleet, consisting of 11 vessels, was the largest single contingent of ships to sail into the Pacific Ocean. Pipkin, Elizabeth (convict) Perry/Scoble, Ann (marine’s family) Smith/Haines, Thomas (convict) Watson, Robert (ship’s crew) Bolton/Boulton, Rebecca (convict) Harmsworth, Thomas (marine) Fraser/Frazer, William (convict) Ryan, John (convict) Coward, Joshua (marine) Timmins, Thomas (convict) Moor, John (crew) Cole, Elizabeth (convict) Davis, Thomas (ship’s crew) Campion, Edward (marine) Fitzgerald, Jane (convict) It … Hill/Tennihill/Tennyhill; Thomas/James (marine) Henry, Catherine (convict) Redman, James (marine) Dancing and games on deck, writing letters and diaries, sewing, playing cards, even making model houses. Owles, John (convict) Walbourne, James (convict) Robinson, Andrew (crew) Steward, William (crew) Fisher, John (ship’s crew) Wade, Mary alias Cockran, Mary (convict) Humphreys/Humpheries, Edward (convict) Leonell/Leonard, Elizabeth also known as Kelly (convict) Jefferies, John (convict) Gloster, William (convict) Chadwick, William (marine) Fowles, Mary (convict’s child) (convict) Baker, William (marine) Ross, Robert (marine officer)Rowe, John (convict) Roberts, William (marine) Marriott, Jane (convict) Bowes-Smyth Arthur, (surgeon) Burridge, Samuel (convict) The New Zealand History Collection provides complete online access to a major, authoritative resource – over thirty years of award-winning history and biography publishing from Bridget Williams Books. Barber, Elizabeth (convict) In addition, about another 60 worked their passage on the ships or deserted and disembarked. Lyons, Michael (ship’s crew) Gunther, William (convict) Bruce, Robert (convict) Spencer, Mary (convict) A church service was held on 1 September in St Paul’s Cathedral for all the Pilgrims, as they were called. Mollands, John (convict) Martin, Ann (convict) Murley/Morley, Roger (ship’s crew) Brody, Walter (ship’s crew) Saunders, John (alias Moore, Edward) (ship’s crew) Tennant, Thomas Hilton (convict) Eaton/Beddingfield, Martha (convict) Douglas, William (marine) Shortland, John snr (crew) Carroll, Mary (convict) Rolt, Mary (convict) Kimberly, Edward (convict) Chapman, Jane (marine’s family) Bert Groves, the Indigenous activist who was the first president of th... — Australian Dictionary of Biography ANU (@NCB_ANU) Feb 04, 2021, Updated:  19 July 2018/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications, +61 2 6125 5111 Barrisford, Hannah (marine’s family) Saunderson, Thomas (convict) Hughes, William (marine) Tuso, Joseph (convict) Varndell, Edward (convict) Mansfield, John (convict) Parris, Peter (convict) The Continental Navy was the navy of the United States during the American Revolutionary War, and was formed in 1775.The fleet cumulatively became relatively substantial through the efforts of the Continental Navy's patron John Adams and vigorous Congressional support in the face of stiff opposition, when considering the limitations imposed upon the Patriot supply pool. 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