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Eliza 1830-1831 - Ship Tree

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Date: 1824 to 1843
Location: Western Australiamap
Surnames/tags: Eliza Pioneers Swan_River_Colony
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Vessel | Day Month Year | Arrived Departed | Route Passengers Comments
Eliza | 05 03 1831 | Fremantle London | ... ... 43
Eliza 1830-1831

Eliza was a merchant ship built at Prince Edward Island, Canada in 1824. She made one voyage transporting convicts from Hobart Town to Sydney, and two to the Swan River Colony. She was last listed in 1843. painting

Eliza made two voyages to the Swan River Colony in Western Australia, probably both under the command of Captain James Weddell.
(However, Berryman says they are two ships, in his book p.180., and looking at the dates, they appear to be too close for one ship.)
She (one) arrived at Freemantle on 8 May 1830. From there she proceeded to Tasmania. In September 1830 (another) Eliza, Weddell, master, left England and arrived at Freemantle on 3 March 1831 with 43 passengers. Lloyd's List reported on 22 November 1831 that Eliza had grounded at Swan River but had been gotten off and was proceeding to Freemantle. Weddell sailed back to England in 1832.
Swan River Colony
1832 Census page 182

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Vessel | Day Month Year | Arrived Departed | Route Passengers Comments
Eliza | 08 05 1830 | Fremantle Hobart | ... ... 3


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