Providence Voyages to Australia

Providence Voyages to Australia

The ship named ‘Providence’ was built in Calcutta, India in 1808. 649 tons.

The 1811 voyage brought many convicts from Ireland to Australia. 73rd Regiment. Also several free settlers. 5-6 deaths on voyage.

The ship was lastly scuttled at St. Martin’s, Isle of Scilly in 1833.


Providence voyage to New South Wales, Australia in 1810

with 95 passengers, Including; PATRICK TROY.. https://convictrecords.com.au/ships/providence

PATRICK TROY

Crime:

Demanding arms

Convicted at:

Waterford Ireland

Sentence term:

7 years

Ship:

Providence

Departure date:

10th December, 1810

Arrival date:

2nd July, 1811