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Blundell (Ship 1839)

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The barque BLUNDELL made numerous voyages to the Australian Colonies and New Zealand in the 19th Century.

Built at Moulemein in 1839 this barque of 723 tons was not only an immigrant transport but also carried convicts at one time. Among her many Voyages to and from the Australian colonies and New Zealand ports were:

From Plymouth Saturday, August 31, 1844 - arriving Norfolk Island on Thursday, July 11, 1844
On return from Sydney Saturday, August 31, 1844 - arrived at Ceylon [via: Coral Sea, Torres Strait, Copang, Sandalwood Strait & India]
From London Sunday, May 14, 1848 - arriving Port Chalmers in New Zealand on Thursday, September 21, 1848
From London on 4th of May 1851 - arriving Port Phillip on the 29th of September, 1851 [via Plymouth & Port Adelaide]
BLUNDELL arrived 05/05/1853 at Botany Bay in New South Wales.
From Southampton Sunday, June 15, 1856 - arriving at Port Adelaide on Friday, October 10, 1856
From London Saturday, February 15, 1862 - arriving Auckland New Zealand on Thursday, July 31, 1862 [via Fowey]


  • Passenger Ships into New South Wales (1837-1899) from the PERTH Dead Persons Society website. extracted by Margaret Bauer and Nancy Campbell from microfilms held at the LDS Family History Centre in Bundaberg, Queensland. In no way, however, does it represent all of the ships which arrived in New South Wales between 1837 and 1899. first accessed online on the 9th of December, 2019 at: https://perthdps.com/shipping/mig-nsw.htm

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