1820 Settler Ship : Weymouth
|Scheme||the Government Settler Scheme|
|Ship Type||HM Store ship, Frigate with 11 cannons|
|Parties||Biggar, Bowker, Campbell, D, Cock, Ford, Gurney, Hyman, James, Menezes, Osler, Parkin,|
|Number on Board||478|
|Departure Date||7th January 1820|
|Landfall Port||Table Bay, Cape Town|
|Landfall Date||26th April 1820|
|Final Port||Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth|
|Final Port date||15th May 1820|
|Other Information||Master was Captain Turner
HMS WEYMOUTH was built in 1804 as the Indiaman Wellesley, and was purchased by the Royal Navy in 1811, for use as a Storeship, armed with 11 guns. She was later used as a Convict Ship, from 1828, and broken up in 1863.
see https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Weymouth_(1804) for a comprehensive description of her trips and conditions.