Free Settler or Felon?

HomeConvict Ship Surgeons Index


John Smith

Convict Ship Surgeon-Superintendent


John Smith was employed as Surgeon-Superintendent on four convict ship voyages to Australia:


Marquis of Huntley to NSW in 1828

Signature on the Medical Journal of John Smith on the voyage of the Marquis of Huntley in 1828Signature of John Smith on the voyage of the Marquis of Huntley.



Surry to NSW in 1834

Signature of John Smith on the Medical Journal of the Surry in 1834Signature of John Smith on the voyage of the Surry



Moffatt to NSW in 1836

Signature of John Smith on the Medical Journal of the voyage of the Moffatt in 1836Signature of John Smith on the voyage of the Moffatt


Clyde to NSW in 1838.

Signature of John Smith on the Medical Journal of the voyage of the Clyde in 1838Signature of John Smith on the voyage of the Clyde.


The Clyde departed Dublin 11 May 1838 and arrived in Port Jackson on 10 September 1838.  

A different surgeon by the name of John Smith was on the List of Surgeons remunerated for services as Surgeon Superintendent in 1838. He was paid £200 for his services on the emigrant vessel Maitland. [1]



REFERENCES

[1] Correspondence between Colonial Departments





;