Charles Heritage arrived in NSW as a ship marine aboard HMS Sirius 1788. He was sent to Norfolk Island aboard HM Supply arriving in Mar 1788.
Charles returned to Sydney aboard HM Supply in Feb 1791, being discharged from HMS Sirius books on 7 Mar 1791. Charles returned to Norfolk Island as a Marine settler aboard HM Supply in Apr 1791. Charles left Norfolk island on 26 Oct 1793 aboard the Sugar Cane for Bengal.
In 1799 John Bentley purchased 30 acres of land at Norfolk Island from Thomas Crowder; subsequently sold by Bentley to Elizabeth Bradshaw in July 1803. This land being part of Lot 52, is located in the middle of Norfolk Island, was original granted to Charles Heritage in 1791 and owned by Nathaniel Lucas in 1796.
- Norfolk Island first landing party March 1788
- HM Supply February 1791: Norfolk Island to Port Jackson
- HM Supply to Norfolk island April 1791
Image: Monument for First Landing Party site March 1788, Kingston Norfolk Island