Free Settler or Felon
Convict and Colonial History

Convict Ship Integrity - 1837

Embarked: 5 male prisoners
Tons: 220
Agent A.B. Sparke
Captain Pearson

The Integrity embarked five prisoners in Mauritius and arrived in Sydney via Hobart on 17th August 1837. One prisoner Andre, died on the voyage out.

The others were Cherry, Hector, Victor and David Scallon.

David Scallon was from County Tyrone and was previously a footman and soldier of the 39th regiment. He was sentenced to 7 years transportation for assaulting his Sergeant. He had already undergone 550 lashes for previous offences.