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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
171869 - - Premier 1840 4 July 1840 - Sydney Monitor
 
  Mutiny on board the Premier immigrant ship. Account by John Turner, surgeon.
 
14090 Browning Ann Premier 1840 1840 Carrington ABGR
 
  Bounty Immigrant married to William. House servant
 
171870 Browning William Premier 1840 4 July 1840 - Sydney Monitor
 
  An account of the seamens mutiny on the Premier by surgeon John Turner revealed that William Browning and James Lock, two immigrants behaved disgracefully during the mutiny, exciting their companions to ad fuel to the already ignited flame; their expressions also very disgusting
 
171866 Browning William, Anne, John, William, Caroline, Mary Ann Premier 1840 2 July 1840 - State Records Online Shipping List
 
  William Browning age 39 gardener, Anne 38, house servant, John 13, William 8, Caroline 9, Mary Ann 3. Native Place Cornwall. Emigrants on the Premier in 1840...http://tinyurl.com/mgp46wb
 
172155 Casey John Premier 1840 1848 Newcastle gaol State Archives NSW; Item: 2/2017; Roll: 759 Gaol Description Books Ancestry
 
  Born 1814. 5ft 10in, sallow complexion, scar on the forehead. Admitted to Newcastle gaol
 
171867 Glass Ann Premier 1840 2 July 1840 - State Records Online Shipping List
 
  Age 25.. Dairy maid from Fermanagh. Emigrant on the Premier...http://tinyurl.com/nyna9lt
 
171868 Tracey Bridget Premier 1840 2 July 1840 - State Records Online Shipping List
 
  Age 20.. Kitchen maid from James Town. Emigrant on the Premier in 1840..http://tinyurl.com/lef54pw
 
 
 
 
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