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Candahar (Ship 1840)

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The barque Candahar made Numerous Voyages to the Australian Colonies in the 19th Century.

The barque Candahar was built in 1840 at South Shields in the north of England made numerous voyages to the Australian colonies in the mid 19th Century. Including these voyages as seen on the Passengers in History website and the Family History SA website:

From Plymouth 16th of October 1848 - arriving in South Australia on the 10th of February 1849. Captain Fraser and Mr Foster surgeon-superintendent (carrying 152 immigrants)

From Gravesend via Plymouth 21 April 1850 - arriving in South Australia on 15th of August 1850. Captain John Goss (carrying 106 immigrants)

From London & Gravesend on Friday, August 8, 1851 - arriving at Adelaide on Monday, December 1, 1851. (via Crmyll, Plymouth)

Plus the Candahar made numerous voyages between the colonies as well in this same time period. A vessel of the same name also carried convicts to Van Diemen's Land in 1842.


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