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Minstrel 1829-1830 - Ship Tree

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Date: 1829 to 1830
Location: Western Australiamap
Surnames/tags: Minstrel Pioneer_Tree Swan_River_Colony
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Ship Arrival  to Swan River Colony
Minstrel 1829-1830
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  • The sailing ship Minstrel sailed from St. Katherine’s Dock on 17th September 1829 with Captain J. Arkoll at the helm. On the 17th September the Minstrel picked up the Brockmans from Kent at Portsmouth and their large cargo and 7 servants including Harrison and George Blechynden and Mrs Brockman’s maid Charlotte Augusta Robus.
  • Captain Arckoll sailed from England on 20 September 1829 with settlers for the Swan River Colony. Minstrel arrived there on 20 January.
    She landed 46 settlers. [1]
Census Record 1832
Swan River Colony
1832 Census #1144

Harrison Blechynden (1800 - 1873) #1144 = \ Descendants /
Charlotte Augusta (Robus) Blechynden (1812 - 1889)
George Blechynden (abt. 1804 - 1889)

William Locke Brockman (1803 - 1872)
Ann Frances Isabella (Hamersley) Brockman (bef. 1810 - 1876)
Edmund Ralph Brockman (1828 - 1908)


  1. Bateson (1959), pp. 290–291.
Convict Ship Minstrel 1825 - A Link via Free Settler or Felon

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