The Lady's Magazine, Volume 22, by National Americal Woman Suffragettes
February 18. The Mary Anne, bound to Botany Bay sailed from Gravesend with near 100 women convicts on board. The Matilda also sailed at the same time to receive convicts at Portsmouth. Two other ships have sailed within these nine days, the William and Anne, and the Britannia, both with men convicts, supposed to have on board about 200 each. The other ships still lying at Gravesend, to receive the men convicts from Newgate, are the Albermarle, the Barrington, and the Active.
The 1788 - 1820 Associations Pioneer's Register
Born 1750 County Galway Ireland. Arrived as a drummer with the NSW Corps. Spouse Mary Amos. Issue 1. Ann, 2. Nathaniel, 3. Thomas, 4. Lydia. Died at Windsor in February 1833.