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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
103055 - - Emerald Isle 1841 1841 25 December Sydney SG
 
  Arrived from London 23rd December having departed London 3rd September with 150 bounty immigrants, all well
 
171936 - - Emerald Isle 1841 25 December 1841 Port Jackson The Australian
 
  The Emerald Isle, Scales master, sailed from Plymouth 3rd September with 150 emigrants under the superintendence of Dr. Atkinson. Passengers Messrs Barrow, Ross, Dugarth, Gill, G.F and H. Lloyd, J. Walker, Miss Ross, Mrs. Hustler, Mrs. Dugarth and child and Miss Clarke
 
175389 - - Emerald Isle 1841 December 1841 Sydney State Archives NSW. Online Shipping Reels
 
  The State Records NSW Online Shipping Records has the following information about the Emerald Isle - A List of Immigrants, British subjects who have been introduced into the colony of NSW on Government Bounty by essrs J. Arnold, andd Co of Sydney in pursuance of an authority granted to them by the Colonial Secretarys letter dated 11 MMarch 1840 and who arrived at Port Jackson in the ship Emeral Isle, Captain Jeffrey Scales from London and Plymouth under the medical Supereintendence of James Atkinkinson. There is a list of families and single men and women who arrived on the Emerald Isle. Almost all of them are from Ireland and are farm servants and labourers. There are no English coal miners on this vessel. Ralph and Isabella Thornton who are recorded in Pemberton s Pure Merinos and Others were not passengers on this voyage of the Emerald Isle.
 
168573 Honeyman John Emerald Isle 1841 3 January 1843 Newcastle Gaol Description and Entrance Books, 1818-1930; Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757.
 
  Came free. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Dungog. Sentenced to be confined 3 months or pay a fine for a breach of agreement
 
168575 Ransley George Emerald Isle 1841 3 January 1843 Newcastle Gaol Description and Entrance Books, 1818-1930; Item: 2/2016; Roll: 759.
 
  Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Dungog. Sentenced to be confined for three months or pay a fine for a breach of agreement
 
173396 Vaughan Elizabeth Emerald Isle 1841 22 December 1843 Newcastle gaol State Archives NSW; Gaol Entrance Book, Item: 2/2020; Roll: 757 (Ancestry)
 
  Came free. Admitted to Newcastle gaol for a breach of the peace. Bail 2 pounds for 6 months
 
30590 Vaughan John Emerald Isle 1841 - - Pure Merinos and Others
 
  Collier employed by Australian Agricultural Company
 
175390 Vaughan John Emerald Isle 1841 13 September 1843 Newcastle gaol Source Citation State Archives NSW; Roll: 136 Description Year : 1833-1837 Source Information Ancestry.com
 
  Native place Co. Durham, England. Came free. Occupation miner. Admitted to Newastle gaol for Bail. Sent to the Police Office 15 September 1843
 
 
 
 
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