Free Settler or Felon
Convict and Colonial History

Convict Ship Juliana - 1820


Embarked: 160 men
Voyage: 116 days
Deaths: 1
Surgeon's Journal: no
Captain David Ogilvie
Surgeon William Graham R.N.

The Juliana departed England on 3rd September 1820 bound for Van Diemen's Land.

Military Guard

The military guard consisted of a detachment of the 48th Regiment, commanded by Lieutenant Christian, of the 34th Regiment.


The Juliana arrived in Hobart on 29 December 1820.

One prisoner died on the passage out.

Departure from Sydney

The Juliana under Captain Ogilvie was intending to depart Sydney in February 1820. First Officer Edward Ogilvie. Second Officer George Worster.

Notes and Links

1). Convicts and passengers of the Juliana identified in the Hunter River region, New South Wales

2). One of Australia's most famous bushrangers Matthew Brady arrived on the Juliana

Matthew Brady ruled with an iron hand - Truth Brisbane 2 December 1934;

Tasmanian History by J.E. Calder - The Mercury 16 August 1873