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Palmyra, Immigrant Voyage to New South Wales 1859

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The Immigrant ship Palmyra's voyage to New South Wales in 1859

size: 706 tons
master: Captain W. Jamison (Tierney ?)
surgeon superintendent: Mr. William Holman
sailed from London: 23 January 1859
sailed from Plymouth: 13 February 1859
arrived Sydney Town: 27 May 1859
passengers: 282


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The Parker family from Sussex came abord this ship in 1838. John Wesley Parker was a cabinet maker who had been contracted by the NSW, and he bought his wife and 5 children with him. The ship was quarantined at Manly on arrival, and whilst there, the youngest child, Mahala passed away and was buried there. Her grave is unmarked.
posted by Kate (Cocks) Shaw