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Kate, Immigrant Voyage to New South Wales 1849

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The voyage of the immigrant ship Kate
Departed London 14 June 1849
Arrived Port Jackson 23 September 1849.

904 tonnage sailed under Master Brodrick from London on 14 June 1849. It was mastered by Captain T Brodrick with 46 crew. On board were cabin passengers: Mr Spiers, Mr & Mrs Lazarus, Mr & Miss Rossiter, Mr Isaacs, Mr Porle or Poile and surgeon Dr Wheatley. Government immigrants consisted of 59 married men, 58 married women, 51 single me, 47 single women, 61 boys under 14 years, 45 girls under 14 years, 8 male infants, 8 female infants. Emma Church ages 26 died of a liver complication during the voyage. (Source: Mariners and ships in Australian Waters)

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