Convict Ship William Young 1829
Embarked: 7 men
Surgeon's Journal: no
The William Young arrived in Port Jackson from the East Indies on 2nd November 1829.
Seven convicts were transported on the William Young all having previously been soldiers -
Thomas Guest from York. Convicted of robbery of the person.
William Brown from Cambridge convicted of robbery of the person.
David Cusshon from Cork convicted of robbery of the person
James White from Dublin convicted of robbery of the person
Ossery Harding from Cambridge convicted of highway robbery
Ronald McGill from Antrim convicted of desertion and robbery
James McGregor from Glasgow convicted of murder.