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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
103126 - - Roxburgh Castle 1839 1839 28 May Sydney SG
 
  15 deaths on the Roxburgh Castle on the passage out, 10 of whom were children. also 3 births
 
171515 - - Roxburgh Castle 1839 29 May 1839 Sydney The Colonist
 
  The Roxburgh Castle from London 22 January, Cape of Good Hope 3 April with 308 bounty immigrants. Surgeon Superintendent F. McKellar. Passengers Rev. W.B. Clarke, Mrs. Clark and two chidlren. Dr. C.H. Soctt, Mr and Mrs Loman and family, Miss McInesherry, Miss Prior, Mrs and Miss Pinwell, Messrs C.B. Hale, T.L.M. Prior, J. Goodwin, S. Wilkinson, and R.S. Parker
 
103124 Bull John Roxburgh Castle 1839 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
  Born 1817 Sussex, son of John Bull and Sarah Weller. Spouse Mary Brand. Died 1849. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry 152
 
149178 Bull John Roxburgh Castle 1839 1839 26 May - State Records of NSW. Online microfilm of shipping lists.
 
  John aged 22, farm labourer from Beckley, Mary age 24 dressmaker, Clara age 1, passengers on the 'Roxburgh Castle'
 
103397 Dumbrell Stephen Roxburgh Castle 1839 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
  Born 1831 Sussex. Spouse Margaret Hardy. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 396
 
149179 Dunbrell (Dunbrew?)(Dumbrell) Stephen, Anne, Alfred, Wlliam, Caroline, Elizabeth Roxburgh Castle 1839 1839 20 May - State Records of NSW. Online microfilm of shipping lists.
 
  Stephen age 39, stonemason; Anne age 39; Alfred age 15; William age 9; Stephen age 7 1/4; Caroline age 14 and Elizabeth age 2 1/2, passengers on the 'Roxburgh Castle'. Anne died on the passage out.
 
 
 
 
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