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# Surname First Name Ship Date Location Reference
             
161911 McGarvie Rev. John Greenock 1826 28 April 1826 - Colonial Times
             
  Arrived on Monday, the Australian Company's ship Greenock, Captain Miller, with a cargo from Scotland for that Company. The Greenock left Leith the 22d November, and the Cape of Good Hope the 4th March. Passengers, (for Hobart Town), Mr. Gracie, Mr. W. Crawford Davidson, Mr. Burn, Mrs. Robertson and family, Mr. John Davidson, Mr. John Dalzell, Mr. and Mrs. John Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mailer, Messrs. William and John Elliot, Mr. John Fitzpatrick and family, Mr. James Dow, Mr. John McRae andfamily.-For Sydney, Mr. Andrew Newton and family, Mr. William Reid, Mr. Shairp, Mr. Gavin Ralston, the Rev. Mr. McGarvie,(Presbyterian Clergyman), Mr. Rankin, Mr. James Sloan, Mr. William Jobson, Mr. Ed-ward Middleton, Mr. Thomas Elliot, and Mr. Robert Smith.
 

 

65939 Newton Andrew Greenock 1826 1828 Newton, Hunter River 1828 Census
             
  Came Free. Farmer aged 56
 

 

65943 Newton Catherine Greenock 1826 1828 Newton, Hunter River 1828 Census
             
  Came Free. Aged 8 in 1828
 

 

65940 Newton Jane Greenock 1826 1828 Newton, Hunter River 1828 Census
             
  Came free. Aged 50 in 1828
 

 

65941 Newton William Greenock 1826 1828 Newton, Hunter River 1828 Census
             
  Came Free. Aged 28 in 1828
 

 

63371 Ralston Gavin Greenock 1826 1826 3 June - SG
             
  Notice - Public thanks to the Captain of the 'Greenock'
 

 

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