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I have been working with a researcher who has been researching the transport
ships, Ocean1 (1816), Surrey 1(2) (1816), Shipley (1) (1817), Larkins (1)
(1817), Atlas III (1816), Elizabeth I (1) (1816), Lord Melville I (1)
(1817), Fame (1817) and Lord Eldon (1817), with reference to the ninety-one
prisoners who were tried and sentenced in the Lancaster Assize in March
1815, many of whom were transported in Port Jackson arriving in 1816 and
Please contact me if this of interest to your research.
Email: <mailto:email@example.com> margaret(a)cremorne1.com