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171760 - - George Fyfe 1840 1 February 1840 Sydney SG
 
  A gentleman went to the Immigration Barracks the other day wishing to engaged one of the girls that had arrived by the George Fyfe. He said to one whom he thought would suit him, that he would give her 15 pounds a year, her exclamation was - Fifteen pounds a year; teed, I will do naething o the kind; an ye ll gae me fifty i will come, but no a penny under... We consider it our duty to give publicity to this case, furthermore, we beg to remark that the lower class of the Scottish Highlanders are not only the greediest but the most troublesome servants that can be employed
 
171761 - - George Fyfe 1840 29 January 1840 - The Colonist
 
  To Captain George Pike - Sir, We the undersigned deputed by the passengers by the George Fyfe, from Tobermory, West of Scotland, beg to return our sincere thanks for your kindness to us during the voyage, and the constant attention which has been manifested by you to your duties during your voyage to this country. We beg at the same time to express our gratitude to your officers and ships company and trust that you will acquaint them with the same....James Wilson, Hugh Cameron, John Smith, Alexander McGilvray, Alexander Macdonald, John McKercar
 
171762 - - George Fyfe 1840 25 January 1840 Sydney Commercial Journal
 
  From Torbermory, Scotland, on Thursday, having Left the 16th September, The barque GEORGE FIFE, Captain Pike, with 178 Government Immigrants, under The superintendence of Andrew Liddell, Esq. Passengers. - Mrs. Liddel, Mr. Thompson, and Miss Williams
 
171788 - - George Fyfe 1840 25 January 1840 - State Records Online Shipping List
 
  Summary of the voyage - No deaths occurred. Dr. Liddell stated that Divine service was performed every Sunday eight be himself or Hugh McDonald one of the emigrants who also said prayers in Gaelic every morning at his own request. A school was early established at which 30 pupils attended. The preservation of health was promoted by the daily practice of bringing beds on deck, strict attention to cleaning the water closets and prohibiting all washing and shaving between decks. Wind sails were used and dancing was encourgaged. Strict attention to the weekly muster on Sunday and to the state of the children at the daily morning muster
 
171765 Cameron Agnes George Fyfe 1840 1840 - State Records NSW.. Entitlement certificates of persons on bounty ships; Series: 5314; Reel: 1312. Ancestry
 
  A native of Argyle, daughter of John, tide waiter and Anne Sinclair, his wife. Age 32. Wife of Hugh Cameron.
 
171764 Cameron Hugh George Fyfe 1840 1840 - State Records NSW.. Entitlement certificates of persons on bounty ships; Series: 5314; Reel: 1312. Ancestry
 
  Hugh Cameron, son of ? a labourer and Anna his wife. Health good. Calling Farmer. Reads and writes.
 
171763 Cameron Hugh, Agnes, Mary Anne George Fyfe 1840 30 January 1840 - State Records Online Shipping List
 
  Hugh Cameron, Farmer age 36, wife Agnes, House servant age 32 and Mary Ann, aged 12, emigrants on the George Fyfe. Employed by Mr. Wright at Newcastle on arrival....http://tinyurl.com/mg46a7j
 
171768 Frazer Andrew George Fyfe 1840 1840 - State Records NSW.. Entitlement certificates of persons on bounty ships; Series: 5314; Reel: 1312. Ancestry
 
  Native of Skye. Son of Thomas a farmer and Elizabeth his wife. Trade Cartwright.
 
171767 Frazer Andrew, Anne, Charles, Lachlan, John, Mary, Eliza George Fyfe 1840 30 January 1840 - State Records Online Shipping List
 
  Andrew Frazer, cartwright age 46 and Anne his wife, house keeper age 46. Employed by Mr. Townshend at Hunter River on arrival..http://tinyurl.com/mg46a7j.
 
171779 Frazer Thomas George Fyfe 1840 25 January 1840 - State Records Online Shipping List
 
  Cartwright from Skye age 19. Unmarried. Employed by Mr. Townsend at Hunter River on arrival..http://tinyurl.com/l29c6ld.
 
171766 Hand (Cameron) Mary Ann George Fyfe 1840 1840 - State Records NSW.. Entitlement certificates of persons on bounty ships; Series: 5314; Reel: 1312. Ancestry
 
  Age 12. Niece to Hugh Cameron
 
171769 MacDonald James, Ann, Magdaline......... George Fyfe 1840 25 January 1840 - State Records Online Shipping List
 
  James MacDonald, stone mason age 37, Anne, house servant age 31, Magdaline age 14 all from Morayshire employed by Rev. Henry Carmichael at Hunter River on arrival..http://tinyurl.com/kbnl8mb
 
171780 McDermand Duncan George Fyfe 1840 25 January 1840 - State Records Online Shipping List
 
  Farm servant age 18. Employed by Mr. John Smith at Newcastle on arrival..http://tinyurl.com/l29c6ld
 
171781 McDermand John George Fyfe 1840 25 January 1840 - State Records Online Shipping List
 
  Farm servant age 20. Employed by Mr. John Smith at Newcastle on arrival..http://tinyurl.com/l29c6ld
 
171784 McDonald Alexander George Fyfe 1840 25 January 1840 New England State Records Online Shipping List
 
  Shepherd age 24. Emigrant. Employed by Edwin Hickey at New England on arrival..http://tinyurl.com/l29c6ld
 
171782 McDonald James George Fyfe 1840 25 January 1840 - State Records Online Shipping List
 
  Ploughman from Coll age 22. Employed by Rev. Henry Cartwright at Williams River on arrival..http://tinyurl.com/l29c6ld
 
171771 McDonald John, Peggy, Charles, Alexander George Fyfe 1840 25 January 1840 - State Records Online Shipping List
 
  John, Shepherd age 50, Peggy, house servant age 49 , Charles age 13 and Alexander age 10 employed by Rev. Henry Carmichael at Williams River on arrival...http://tinyurl.com/kbnl8mb
 
103963 McDonald Mary George Fyfe 1840 - - Maitland Family History Circles Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
  Born c 1811 Scotland. Spouse James Oldfield. For information about descendants see Pioneer Register Entry No. 114
 
171786 McIntyre Jessy George Fyfe 1840 25 January 1840 - State Records Online Shipping List
 
  House servant age 24. Unmarried. Employed by Captain Furlong at Newcastle on arrival...http://tinyurl.com/kpnt24d
 
171773 Smith John, Mary, Roderick, Hugh, George, Mary, Margaret George Fyfe 1840 25 January 1840 - State Records Online Shipping List
 
  John Smith, farmer age 44, Mary his wife, house servant age 40 and children, emigrants per George Fyfe Employed by George Blaxland at Hunter River on arrival..http://tinyurl.com/lgmlcj5
 
 
 
 
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