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Skjold, Immigrant Voyage to South Australia 1841

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Sailing Information

built: Sundeborg, Denmark in 1839
size: 400 / 460 tons
master: Captain Hans Christian Claussen
surgeon superintendent: Dr. Simons
passengers: FRITZSCHE, Pastor - Cabin, HILMAUR / MILMAURS, (Mr ?) and wife - Cabin, NERLICH Mrs/Madame - Cabin, (Pastor Frizschke's future mother-in-law see above), NERLICH Miss - Cabin. (later married Pastor Frizschke see above), SIMONS, Dr. - Cabin. and 213 German immigrants in steerage

Deaths on voyage: between 41 and 52 deaths occured during this voyage depending on which record you see.

Further information and passenger details see the Freespace SKJOLD From Hamburg to South Australia 1841

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Further Reading

In German settlement in Australia from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_settlement_in_Australia#The_Skjold_Group_%E2%80%93_October_1841





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