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Lord Raglan (Ship 1854)

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The Lord Raglan made Numerous Voyages to the Australian Colonies in the 19th Century

:NOTE at least two ships with this name made voyages to and from England and the Australian Colonies in the 1850s and 1860s' When it can ascertained which ship is which this Category will be updated

The Lord Raglan a Ship of 923 or 765 tons was built in 1854 at either Cardiff or Sunderland depending on which record you see.

Her voyages include the following from the following nodes on Passengers in History & Passengers in History as well as numerous sources listed below.

16 July 1854 ➜ 23 October 1854

LORD RAGLAN (923 tons) from Plymouth - Port Adelaide. (Captain M. Flanagan/Flanigan & Mr. W. Brett, Surgeon-superintendent.)

13 November 1855 ➜ 6 February 1856

LORD RAGLAN (758 tons) from Plymouth - Port Adelaide (Captain G. Mitchell & Mr. Robert Pridie, Surgeon-superintendent.)

➜ October 1857

Lord Raglan from England - the Victorian Colony (Captain Henry SMART)

4 March 1858 ➜ 31 May 1858

Lord Raglan (756 tons) from Plymouth - Fremantle (Captain Thomas Hybert & Dr. John Bower, Surgeon Superintendent carrying convicts to the Swan River Colony.)

26th January 1860 ➜

Lord Raglan from Fremantle - England via the Cape (Captain Thomas Hybert)

Dates as yet unknown

Lord Raglan from London - Sydney

➜ August 1859

Lord Raglan From England - the Victorian Colony (Captain David GILLESPIE)

➜ November 1860

Lord Raglan from England - The Victorian Colony (Captain Joseph ROPER)

29th September 1861 ➜ January 11 1862

Lord Raglan (753 tons) from London - The Victorian Colony (Captain Thomas Hybert)

Thursday 20 February 1862 ➜

Lord Raglan, ship, (754 tons) from Victorian Colony - for Bluff Harbour, N.Z. (Captain Thomas Hybert)

26th of November ➜ February 21 1862

Lord Raglan (White Star ship. 1,904 tons) from Liverpool England - The Victorian Colony (Captain Joseph ROPER)

From 1860 one of them was operated by the White Star Line.
One was lost at sea in 1863 on a Voyage to Victoria.


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