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Website links related to convict ships.
Information about convict ships' medical journals from 1816 to 1867 compiled by Grahame Thom.
Information about the female convicts transported on the 'Elizabeth' in 1828. Suzanne Voytas has written a book, 'Elizabeth 1828', about these convicts.
Mrs Pexton's diary on board the male convict transport 'Pilot' from Cork, Ireland to Sydney, New South Wales. She was the husband of the captain, William Pexton. The journal provides an informative, witty and insightful account into the 7 month voyage. Part of the National Maritime Collection held at the Australian National Maritime Museum.