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Ship; 530t.; [?
sometimes referred to as Albermarle
- Description: Ship.
- Tonnage: 530 tons.
- Built: France
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- Master(s): George Bowen (1791).
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- Fate: ?
The 530 ton French-built ship Albermarle
was part of the infamous Third Fleet which brought convicts to
Port Jackson [Sydney, Australia]. The Albermarle had departed
Plymouth on 27 March 1791and arrived in Port Jackson on 13 October
1791, after a passage lasting 200 days. Overcrowded, many deaths,
2 hangings, mutiny. Charles Whalan* from Middlesex, son
of James Whalan and his wife Mabel Bordeaux.
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