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Parmelia 1832-1838 - Ship Tree

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Date: 1825 to 1839
Location: Australiamap
Surnames/tags: Parmelia Pioneers Convicts
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Ship Arrivals with convicts
Parmelia 1832 to 1838
Parmelia was a barque that was used to transport
the first civilian officials and settlers of the Swan River Colony to Western Australia in 1829.
Visit: Parmelia, 1829, at Swan River Colony

  1. Parmelia, Arrived 16 Nov 1832 | Parmelia, Convict Voyage to NSW 1832
  2. Parmelia, Arrived 2 Mar 1834 | Parmelia Voyages to Australia
(1834) March 3, Parmelia (ship), 443 tons, Gilbert master, [1] from Cork, Dawes, Gore, and Co. agents; 218 male prisoners, and Government stores.


  1. SYDNEY GENERAL TRADE LIST AS COMPILED AND PUBLISHED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE CUSTOMS. (1834, March 11). The Sydney Monitor (NSW : 1828 - 1838), p. 2 (MORNING). Retrieved January 26, 2021

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