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Thames, Immigrant Voyage to New South Wales 1825-26

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The Thames sailed from Cork 14 November 1825 and arrived 11 April 1826 and carried 37 wives and 107 children. There were also 16 paying passengers and crew captained by Robert Frazier and Surgeon Superintendant Dr. Linton R.N.

From The Ship THAMES 1826 on Family Tree Circles at: http://www.familytreecircles.com/the-ship-thames-1826-31709.html

Yesterday, arrived the ship Thames, capt. R. Frazer - Left Cork the 14th November, Teneriffe, the 29th November, and Pernambuco, the 11th January, She has brought out stores for Government, and 37 women, wives of free men and prisoners, and 107 children. Three women and thirteen children died on the passage. Surgeon Superintendent, Dr. Linton, R. N. - Pas- sengers, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond; and nine children, Mr. James, and Mr Sadler.

SHIP NEWS. from The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848) of Wednesday 12 April 1826, Page 3. at: https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/37073519?

  • The Ship THAMES 1826 on Family Tree Circles at: [1]
  • Ship Thames from Lyndon Genealogy (Copyright Lyn Vincent 2004) at: [2]


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