Amelia Thompson, Immigrant Voyage to New South Wales 1838

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Immigrant ship Amelia Thompson voyage to New South Wales 1838:
In the SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE from The Sydney Herald of Monday 2 July 1838 on Page 2, we see this:

From Plymouth, same day, having sailed from thence the 28th of March, the ship Amelia Thompson, Captain Dawson, with 238 emigrants. Passengers in the cabin - Mr Pinnock and family, Major North, Mrs North and family, Mr and Mrs Wood, Mr and Mrs Hay, Mr and Mrs Cockhill, Mr Baker, Miss King, Mr McNab, Mr Chambers, Mr Elmsford, and Mr Durham. The Amelia Thompson has gone into the Quaran- tine grounds in consequence of the typhus fever being on board TROVE

Passenger List: NRS5316/4_4784/Amelia Thompson [1]_1 Jul 1838/ from the Assisted Immigrants (digital) Shipping Lists on the New South Wales State Archives and Records website at: [1] or[1] (incomplete)

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