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First Fleeter
A Virtual Cemetery created by: Daryl Mallett & Barbara Biggs
Description: From Wikipedia:The First Fleet is the name given to the 11 ships which sailed from Great Britain on 13 May 1787 -- consisting of 10 civil officers; 212 marines, including officers; 28 wives and 17 children of the marines; 81 free persons; 504 male convicts and 192 female convicts. Total free persons, 348; prisoners, 696; total 1,044 -- to establish the first European colony in Australia, in the region which Captain Cook had named New South Wales. Orders-in-Council for establishing the colony were Issued in London on 6 December 1785. The fleet was led by Captain (later Admiral) Arthur Phillip. The ships arrived at Botany Bay between 18 and 20 January 1788. HMS Supply arrived on 18 January; Alexander, Scarborough and Friendship arrived on 19 January, and the remaining ships on 20 January.
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Batchelor, John 83811292
b. unknown d. Jun. 15, 1788
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