Free Settler or Felon
Convict and Colonial History

Convict Ship Mary - 1836

Embarked: 15 men
Voyage: 2 1/2 months
Deaths: 0
Surgeon's Journal: no
Previous vessel: Surry arrived 17 May 1836
Next vessel: Thomas Harrison arrived 9 June 1836
Captain Simpson

The Mary departed Calcutta 17th March and arrived Port Jackson on 4th June 1836, bringing 14,000 bushels of wheat and fifteen prisoners of the Crown.

Passengers included Lieut. Vickery of the Bengal Infantry, John Northwood, one woman and two children

The convicts had all formerly been soldiers and most were originally from Ireland although Walter Boyce and John Elliott were from England -

Henry Smith - Mutinous conduct
James Murphy - Assault and disgraceful conduct
Joseph Nice - Desertion and mutiny
John Taylor - Desertion and mutiny
James Spence - Desertion and assault
William Winterson - stealing clothes
John Donnelly - Absent on suspicion of theft
Benjamin Sheppard - Desertion
Patrick Brett - Assault and mutinous conduct
John Kelly - Assault and stealing boots
James Hogg - Cutting with intent to murder
Walter Boyce - Sodomy
John Elliott - Desertion
John Wilson - Desertion
David Greig - Desertion