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Caroline 1829 - Ship Tree

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Ship Arrival at Swan River Colony
Caroline 1829

First Census Record : by Ian Berryman
Swan River Colony
1832 Census #1038

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The voyage of the immigrant ship Caroline
Departed St Katharine Docks, London 2 June 1829
Arrived Worthing, Sussex, 4 June 1829
Departed 'Worthing, Sussex, 6 June 1829
Stopped Rio de Janeiro
Arrived Swan River Colony, 12 October 1829

Under the command of James Fewson she left St Katharine Docks, London on 2 June 1829, took on additional cargo at Worthing, Sussex.

Other voyages

Lloyd's Register has established this vessel as the same one whose earlier story [1]
was told by Ida Marriott in 'The Voyage of the Caroline from England to Van Diemen's Land and Batavia in 1827-8'. Her captain for the homeward half of that voyage was James Fewson, who then took the three Henty brothers and their employees out to the Swan River on the next journey.

NAME_INDEXES:1471429 Caroline VDL Arrival date: 14 Oct 1828

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