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Anglo Saxon, Immigrant Voyage to New South Wales 1854

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The Anglo Saxon departed Southampton on 13 July 1854 under the master J G Chapman. It was 765 tons. The Surgeon-Superintendent was Gideon Freer esq. / Grover (depending on which record you see). It arrived at Port Jackson, Sydney on 21 October 1854 with 331 immigrants as passengers.

The Anglo Saxon is a new ship, now on her first voyage, and would no doubt have made a first-rate passage but for the light and contrary winds she has had since crossing the Line. She made the passage from Southampton to the Line in 42 days. The emigrants by this vessel are classed as follows, 62 married couples, 49 single women, 67 single men, and 96 children. Seven deaths and five births (3 stillborn), have occurred during the passage. No vessels connected with the colonies have been spoken during the passage. TROVE

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