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Stirling Castle, Immigrant Voyage to New South Wales 1831

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Date: 1 Jun 1831 to 15 Oct 1831
Location: Port Jackson, New South Walesmap
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The Immigrant ship Stirling Castle also known as the Sterling Castle arrived in New South Wales on October 15 1831 from Scotland

type: brig

built: 1829

size: 350 tons

sailed: from Greenock, Scotland 1st of June 1831

master: Captain James Fraser

surgeon superintendent: Mr Band

arrived: New South Wales 15th of October 1831

passengers: Sir John Dunmore Lang and his lady, with five other Pres-byterian Clergymen, and fifty-nine emi-grant mechanics, the greater part with wives and families. The total number of her passengers is one hundred and forty TROVE



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