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Florist, Immigrant Voyage to New South Wales 1839

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The Voyage of the Immigrant ship Florist to New South Wales in 1839

Variously described as 443 tons, 530 tons, and 535 tons.
1839 June 20-Florist, 443 tons, Andrews master, Phillips and Tiplady, agents.
FLORIST, barque, 530 tons, Andrews, master, from London the 14th day of June, and from Plymouth the 29th day of June, T. Gore & Co. agents, with 208 Government emigrants.
Shipping Intelligence.
ARRIVAL.
From Plymouth, on Saturday last, whence she sailed the 29th June, the barque Florist, 535 tons, Captain Andrews, with 208 Government Emigrants, under the superintendence of J. S. Hampton Esq., Surgeon, R. N.

Passenger Lists etc.

  • Under individual passengers names at the Family Search database: Australia, New South Wales, Index to Bounty Immigrants, 1828-1842 : [1]


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