Voyage of the Immigrant ship Northumberland to both South Australia and Port Phillip Colonies in 1850
The Voyage of the Immigrant ship Northumberland to both South Australia and Port Phillip Colonies in 1850
Departed: Plymouth, England, 9 July 1850
Arrived :Adelaide, South Australia, 14 October 1850
Arrived: Port Philip, Victoria, 28 October 1850
Master: Captain John (Charles William Montague Scott?) McKerlie
Surgeon-superintendent: Dr. Coll
- Monday, October 14 - The ship Northumberland, 900 tons, Capt. John McKerlie, master, from London, and Plymouth 9th July. Passengers - For Adelaide : Misses Catherine and Sophia Fox, Mr Richard Beeston wife and four children, Miss Margaret Beetson and two servants, in the cabin. For Port Phillip : J. B. Were, Esq., lady and family, Mr and Miss Butterworth, Messrs T., C., and E., and Miss Butterworth, Mr and Mrs Tester, Mr and Mrs Childers, Dr Coll, Mr McEvoy, and Miss Agnes Foot, in the cabin; John Quick, Mary Ashwell, George Woodham, Charles and Diana Giddings, Benjamin, Charlotte, William, John, Benjamin, and Margaret Mawson, John Alleridge, John and Mary Sutherland, Thomas Rogers, Agnes, Theophilus, Josephine, Amelia, and William Rogers, Alexander Mclntosh wife and four children, Thomas Forse, Martha and Robert Grigg, Daniel Drew, and John Baker, in the intermediate and James and Mary Donoghue, and 57 needlewomen.