Category: Artemisia (1847)

Categories: 1840s Ships | Immigrant Ships to New Zealand | Ships by Name

This is a mid-level category. Profiles should be added to the narrowest category possible, but may be placed here when further information is not known. See How to Categorize.
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This is a Ship Name Category for Linking categories grouped by the Ships Voyages
Not intended for the Categorisation of individual Profiles which can be Categorised under the following Voyage Categories
but If you don't know which voyage your individual traveled on or it isn't listed yet, then link them here so that at some stage they can be moved to the correct voyage.

- Voyages are dated from the Year they departed not the Year they arrive at their destination, If not in the same year
- The exception being Voyages to Australia which are dated by their arrival date at their final destination in Australia.
- Not all Voyages may be listed

ARTEMISIA LAUNCHED 1847 made numerous Voyages to the Australian Colonies and New Zealand in the 19th Century

This is the category for the ship named Artemisia which was build in Sunderland, Durham, England. She was launched in 1847, and owned by Anthony Ridley. If you have an ancestor who was an officer or crew member on this ship, then categorize them to this page.

If you have found your ancestors on a passenger list, you should categorize them by the sailing, rather than directly to the ship. If you find a passenger list showing that your ancestors travelled on this ship, but the sailing date doesn't match any of the sailings listed below, then create a new category for that sailing. (Most ships will have dozens, or even hundreds, of sailings over the course of their working lives.)

For more information on how these categories work, see A guide to categories for emigrant-immigrant ships.Category for Linking categories grouped by the Ships Voyages

Note for details on this ship, please see the Artemisia page.

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