Category: Rodney (1874)

Categories: Immigrant Ships to New Zealand | 1870s Ships | 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.
Iron Ship: 1,447 Tons, built in Sunderland

The Rodney was a full-rigged iron-hulled clipper built in 1874 by William Pile for Devitt and Moore of London. 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 around the world are generally Categorised from the Date they Departed
- Voyages to Australia are dated by the Day, Month and Year the ship Arrived at the final port
- Not all Voyages may be listed

Voyages include:

  • London - Wellington 6 June 1875 ➜ 29 August 1875
  • London - Port Adelaide 27 August 1877 ➜ 1 December 1877
  • London - Port Adelaide 5 September 1878 ➜ 29 November 1878
  • London - Port Adelaide 14 November 1879 ➜ 21 February 1880
  • London - Port Adelaide 15 October 1880 ➜ 30 December 1880

Source: Passengers in History, South Australian Maritime Museum

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