Sir Robert Seppings Voyages to Australia
628 ton ship built in 1844 at Mawlamyine, formerly Moulmein, Burma in 1844 and traded between India and London.
Named after Sir Robert Seppings, a naval architect (1767-1840), who was Surveyor of the Navy from 1813 to 1835.
On this voyage the Master was Richard S Stuart and the Mate was Thomas J Clark. The Surgeon was Lennox T Cunningham.
For further information, see Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Robert_Seppings_(ship).
Arrived 7th August, 1852 at Van Diemen's Land
Average sentence: 8 Years | Life
sentences: 4 | Passengers: 222