Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

JOHN BRIGHT

SHIP, TONNAGE 541, MASTER MCLEAN, SAILED 23RD FEBRUARY 1849
FROM WHENCE, PLYMOUTH TO PORT JACKSON, 8TH JUNE 1849

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
McLEAN ALEXANDER G MASTER     CREW  
  31 VARIOUS   VARIOUS CREW  
WYLE   DR - SURGEON     PASSENGER CABIN
  43 MARRIED MEN     PASSENGERS GOVERNMENT IMMIGRANTS
  43 MARRIED WOMEN     PASSENGERS GOVERNMENT IMMIGRANTS
  52 SINGLE MEN     PASSENGERS GOVERNMENT IMMIGRANTS
  36 SINGLE WOMEN     PASSENGERS GOVERNMENT IMMIGRANTS
  25 BOYS UNDER 14 YEARS     PASSENGERS GOVERNMENT IMMIGRANTS
  28 GIRLS UNDER 14 YEARS     PASSENGERS GOVERNMENT IMMIGRANTS
  2 BOYS UNDER 1 YEAR     PASSENGERS GOVERNMENT IMMIGRANTS
  7 GIRLS UNDER 1 YEAR     PASSENGERS GOVERNMENT IMMIGRANTS

 

Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office;720 Arriving 1826 - 1900; Part Colonial Secretary series covering 1845 - 1853, reels 1272 [4/5227] -1280 [4/5244]. Transcribed by Gloria Sheehan.

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