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The voyage of the First Fleet in 1788 marked the arrival of the first convict ships to the Australian continent,. Prince of Wales, Borrowdale, Fishburn and Golden Grove. The Fleet arrived at Botany Bay from 18th to 20th January 1788 More than 160,000 convicts were transported to Australia over the next eighty years. Voyage Of The First Fleet.


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First Fleet Ships and Passengers. Alexander Borrowdale Charlotte Fishburn Friendship Golden Grove HMS Sirius HMS Supply Lady Penrhyn Prince of Wales Scarborough. Alexander. Abel, Robert (convict) Abrahams, Henry (convict) Allen, John (convict) Allen, Robert (crew) Allen, William (convict) Archer, Isaac (marine) Ashley, John (crew) Asky/Askew.


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Prince of Wales. The 350-ton barque Prince of Wales was the last ship to join the First Fleet on its epic voyage to Botany Bay in 1787-88. [1] Like Lady Penrhyn, it was built in 1786 and carried mostly female convicts, a total of 49, along with one male convict, two lieutenants, three sergeants, two corporals, one drummer and 24 privates.


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With its royal name Prince of Wales was one of the newest vessels in the fleet, having been built on the Thames by Christopher Watson & Co and launched on 12 August 1786 for its owner James Mather, a Cornhill merchant.Prince of Wales afully rigged shipwas 350 tons, 103 feet long and 29 feet wide.The vessel had a poop deck, quarter galleries - that is, projecting covered balconies on either.


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Chronology of the First Fleet. 1787 December 25 Christmas Day Aboard Prince of Wales Being Christmas day, Latd 42 degrees 16. Longd. 105 degrees 00 East, Wind Fair, Weather Heasey, Dinned off a pice of pork and apple Sauce a pice of Beef and plum pudding, and Crowned the Day with four bottles of Rum, Which was the Best.


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the First Fleet vessels to follow this route. The Prince of Wales and the Borrowdale became separated from Shortlanďs ships off Lord Howe Island and their captains elected to sail around Cape Horn and via Rio De Janeiro. When they reached England in late March, 1789, they were the first ships from the fleet to return. The Golden Grove and the


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Prince of Wales was a transport ship in the First Fleet, assigned to transport convicts for the European colonisation of Australia.Accounts differ regarding her origins; she may have been built and launched in 1779 at Sidmouth, or in 1786 on the River Thames.Her First Fleet voyage commenced in 1787, with 47 female convicts aboard, and she arrived at Botany Bay in January 1788.


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WELCOME. First Fleet members can trace their lineage back to a person or persons who arrived in Sydney Cove with Captain Arthur Phillip in 1788. The process of finding a First Fleet forebear has been made easier with the introduction of the internet. More about us.


First Fleet 'Golden Grove'. The First Fleet of 11 ships, each one no larger than a Manly ferry

Prince of Wales was a transport ship in the First Fleet, assigned to transport convicts for the European colonisation of Australia.Accounts differ regarding her origins; she may have been built and launched in 1779 at Sidmouth, or in 1786 on the River Thames.Her First Fleet voyage commenced in 1787, with 47 female convicts aboard, and she arrived at Botany Bay in January 1788.


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The Prince of Wales was a convict transport ship in the First Fleet.The First Fleet carried the convicts and soldiers to Australia to start a penal colony.The ships left England in May 1787 and arrived in Australia in January 1788. This was the start of European settlement of Australia. The Prince of Wales was a ship of 350 tons under the command of John Mason.


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Prince of Wales was a transport ship in the First Fleet, assigned to transport convicts for the European colonisation of Australia. Accounts differ regarding her origins; she may have been built and launched in 1779 at Sidmouth, or in 1786 on the River Thames. Her First Fleet voyage commenced in 1787, with 47 female convicts aboard, and she arrived at Botany Bay in January 1788.


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Prince of Wales. Convict Transport- Fully Rigged Ship. 350 tons, 103ft long, 29ft wide. Arrived with 3 Male, 62 Female (1 dv) Convicts. First Fleet House Office Address: First Fleet House, 105 Cathedral St. Woolloomooloo Sydney, NSW, 2011 Phone: 02 9360 3788 E-mail: [email protected] . OFFICE.


Prince Of Wales First Fleet

The 350-ton barque Prince of Wales was the last ship to join the First Fleet on its epic voyage to Botany Bay in 1787-88. 1 Jonathan King, The First Fleet: The Convict Voyage that Founded Australia 1787-88 (Melbourne: Macmillan, 1982), 18 Like Lady Penrhyn, it was built in 1786 and carried mostly female convicts, a total of 49, along with one male convict, two lieutenants, three sergeants.


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The Prince of Wales was the last ship to join the First Fleet on its epic voyage to Botany Bay in 1787-88. It remained at Sydney Cove for five months while its stores were unloaded.The ship returned to Falmouth on 25 March 1789 with many of the crew having suffered from scurvy on the voyage home.


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The Prince of Wales was the first of the ships to return, sailing into Falmouth on 22 March 1789 and confirming that the expedition had arrived safely at Botany Bay. The last of the First Fleet transports, the Lady Penrhyn, was at Deptford unloading her tea and the passengers' baggage by 15 August.


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Convict Ship Prince of Wales - 1788. Embarked: 50 female prisoners; 1 male prisoner. Captain John Mason. Follow the Female Convict Ship Trail. A List of Convicts on the First Fleet. The Prince of Wales was one of eleven vessels of the First Fleet In 1788. The Fleet consisted of two Royal Navy escort ships, HMS Sirius and HMAT Supply accompanied.