Categories: Clifton, sailed 2 October 1841.
The family's residence at the time they made application for government assisted passage to New Zealand was 5 Pritchen Court (Corner?) Little Bell Alley, London.
John, Celia Turner (Celia's parents) and their six children departed on the "Clifton" with 179 other passengers on 2 October 1841 from Gravesend, Kent, England, United Kingdom.
The ship was of 820 tons under the command of Captain J. A. Cox, with Surgeon Superintendent Joseph Hamilton Smyth. They arrived in Wellington, New Zealand on 17 February 1842.
Ceilia died at her late residence at 37, Wilson Street, Wanganui and was buried on Thursday, October 17, 1912 at Heads Road Old Cemetery, Wanganui, New Zealand.
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