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Captain Matthew Flinders RN (16 March – 19 July ) was a distinguished navigator and cartographer, who was the first to circumnavigate Australia and identify it as a continent. On his first voyage to New South Wales, he made friends with the ship's surgeon George Bass, and the two of them presently sailed through what became the Bass Parents: Elizabeth Weeks, Matthew Flinders, Susannah Flinders. Matthew Flinders () on Find A Grave: Memorial # retrieved 25 January ↑ "England Marriages, –," database, FamilySearch: 10 February , Matthew Flinders and Ann Chappelle, 17 Apr ; citing Partney, Lincoln, England, reference, index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt. Matthew Flinders (), navigator, hydrographer and scientist, was born on 16 March at Donington, Lincolnshire, England, the son of Matthew Flinders, a surgeon, and his wife Sussannah, née Ward. He was educated at Donington Grammar School and by the vicar of Horbling; then, having developed a longing to go to sea, partly through. Matthew Flinders () joined the Royal Navy at fifteen, later claiming to have been inspired by Robinson Crusoe. He served under William Bligh, and charted the Bass Strait in In he was commissioned to chart 'New Holland', and so became the first to Reviews:
Matthew Flinders (), circumnavigated Australia By Richard Brezet J at Canadian public television (CBC) is airing a two-part program about Matthew Flinders and his voyages of exploration at the turn of the nineteenth century. Several vessels have been named Flinders after British explorer Matthew Flinders (–), including. Flinders was a schooner owned by the South Australian Colonial Government between and ; SS Flinders () was a passenger-cargo steamer of GRT built by A & J Inglis Ltd, Pointhouse, Glasgow for the Tasmanian Steam Navigation Company, Hobart. Flinders, Matthew, Log book and papers [manuscript]. Libraries Australia: creatorOf: Flinders, Matthew, Copies of a draft of a letter, 19 October [manuscript]. Libraries Australia: referencedIn: Matthew Flinders Bicentenary Organising Committee. Documents relating to the Matthew Flinders Bicentenary Queensland. Flinders was born in Lincolnshire on the 16th. of March , the eldest child of Matthew and Susannah Flinders. As a young man he had two ambitions, to be both famous and rich. He looked to the Royal Navy for a career, joining HMS Scipio in May of , at the age of