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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
171324 - - James Pattison 1838 12 December 1838 Sydney Sydney Monitor
 
  Arrival of the James Pattison on 11 December 1838. 573 tons. Captain Cromarty. Emigrant ship. Cabin passengers included Rev. E. Turner and wife, Rev. James Edmonston, Messrs C.R. Haly, W.O.G. Haly, J.B. West (surgeon) W.D. West, J. West, Miss West, Haslin, Leeds, Windeyer and 8 children 9brother of Mr. Windeyer of Sydney), Orton, G. Thornhhill, and Miss Vinning. Intermediate passengers Messrs Keys, Capper, Grenfell, Fitzharding, wife and two children, Glasson, wife and two children and Bryden
 
171325 - - James Pattison 1838 12 December 1838 Sydney SH
 
  The James Pattison, Captain Cromarty, arrived on 11 December 1838 from England with about 300 immigrants of the usual description in good health. There were 6 births on the passage and 11 deaths amongst the children. Captain Cromarty had been from Sydney port only 10 mnths during which he was detained in England more than 3 months. The James Pattison was becalmed on the line and was under the necessity of coming round Van Diemens Land and but for this detention would have made the voyage in 90 days.
 
157997 West John Boucher James Pattison 1838...... 12 December 1838 Port Jackson The Colonist
 
  Surgeon Superintendent on the 'James Pattison' . Departed Plymouth 28th August. Others passengers included Mr. W. West, Miss West, Miss E. West, Master J. West
 
105643 Winter Charles James Pattison 1838 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
  Born 1808 Sussex. Spouse Susannah Davey. For information about descendants see Pioneer Register Entry No. 1628
 
149164 Winter Charles and Susan James Pattison 1838 1838 11 December - State Records of NSW. Online microfilm of shipping lists.
 
  Charles age 30, gardener from Sussex and Susan age 23 from Devonshire, passengers on the 'James Pattison'
 
 
 
 
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