Mariners and ships in Australian Waters

DUKE OF ROXBURGH

BARQUE, TONNAGE 498, MASTER COLLARD, SAILED 30TH APRIL 1849
FROM WHENCE, PLYMOUTH TO PORT JACKSON, 13TH AUGUST 1849

Surname Given name Station Age Of what Nation Status Comments
COLLARD G P MASTER     CREW Ship also shown as DUKE OF ROXBOROUGH
  23 VARIOUS   VARIOUS CREW Scan 2 initially showed DUKE OF RICHMOND but was amended
BECK EGERTON MR     PASSENGER CABIN
HILLYAR   MR     PASSENGER CABIN
DAKIN   MR     PASSENGER CABIN
NORRIS   MR, SURG SUP'T     PASSENGER CABIN
BAKER   LT ?     PASSENGER STEERAGE
  42 MARRIED MEN     PASSENGERS STEERAGE
  42 MARRIED WOMEN     PASSENGERS STEERAGE
  30 SINGLE MEN     PASSENGERS STEERAGE
  33 SINGLE WOMEN     PASSENGERS STEERAGE
  32 BOYS 1/14 yrs   PASSENGERS STEERAGE
  30 GIRLS 1/14 yrs   PASSENGERS STEERAGE
  5 MALE INFANTS     PASSENGERS STEERAGE
  7 FEMALE INFANTS     PASSENGERS STEERAGE
ROWE ROB'T GOV'T IMMIG 29   HO report of deaths: Of supression of urine
7th July 1849

 

Source: State Records Authority of New South Wales: Shipping Master's Office;
Passengers 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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