29th September 1818 Surrey sailed from Sheerness for Sydney and Hobart with 160 male prisoners on board
4th March 1819 Diary of Governor Lachlan Macquarie
– This day between 1, and 2, O’clock in the afternoon, anchored in Sydney Cove, the Ship Surry Transport, Commanded by Captain Thomas Raine, with 157 Male Convicts from England, from whence She sailed finally on the 17th. of Octr. last, touching at Rio de Janeiro, which she left on the 22d. of Decr. in Company with the Lord Sidmouth Male Convict Ship for this Port. —
Mr. Mathew Anderson of the R. Navy is Surgeon Supdt. of the Surry; and a Detachmt. of the 84th. Regt. of 30 men have come out as the Guard over the Prisoners. —
Lieut. Statham of the 84th. Regt., who Commanded the Guard, died on the Passage; also one Soldier and three Convicts; – the rest of the Troops & Convicts arriving all in good Health.
Sydney Gazette & News South Wales Advertiser Saturday 6th March 1819:-
DIED, on board the ship Surrey, on his passage from England to this Colony, after four days illness, in the 30th year of his age, HENRY STATHAM, Esq .Lieutenant in His Majesty’s 84th Regiment of Foot, and third son of the late SAMUEL STATHAM, Esq. formerly Justice of the Peace for the County of Nottingham.-From the kindness of his disposition, Mr.STATHAM is deeply regretted by the Gentlemen with whom he sailed, and by his brother Officers with whom he served, and his premature death will prove an inconsolable loss to his Relations in England.
Mr. Terry, his wife, & 11 children as Free Settlers and also two Pensioners, are come out Passengers in the Surry