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Somersetshire (1810) Wikipedia
Somersetshire, was a 449-ton sailing ship built in 1810 on the River Thames.
Under the command of Alexander Scott, she sailed from Spithead, England on 10 May 1814, with 200 male convicts. She arrived at Port Jackson on 17 October. One male convict died on the voyage. Somersetshire left Port Jackson on 5 December bound for Bengal.
Somersetshire sailed from Plymouth on 20 December 1841, under the command of Charles Motley, with 219 male convicts. She arrived at Hobart Town on 30 May 1842. One male convict died on the voyage.