Ramillies Voyages to Australia
757 ton barque ship Ramillies was built at Sunderland in 1845.
There only appears to be one voyage to Australia with convict passengers. She carried the thirteenth of 37 shipments of male convicts for Western Australia. The 1854 voyage took 79 days and the Ramillies arrived in Fremantle on August 7, with 94 passengers and 277 convicts (1 death recorded on voyage).
(The passengers comprised 30 Pensioner Guards and their families.)
Arrived 7th August, 1854 at Western Australia
Average sentence: 14 Years | Life
sentences: 60 | Passengers: 280