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Item: 113899
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Kinnear 1838
Date: 1838 24 April
Place: Port Jackson
Source: SG
Details: Barque. Arrived 23 April from London bringing several vinegrowers with their families as servants to the Messrs. McArthurs


 
Item: 171154
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Kinnear 1838
Date: 25 April 1838
Place: Sydney
Source: Sydney Monitor
Details: On Monday last the barque Kinnear 370 tons, Mallard, master, fro mthe Downs the 10th December. Passengers Edward Mayne late of the 86th regt., Messrs Charles Appleton, Edward Todd and James Caruthers. Steerage W. Baker senior, Mrs. Bain, W. Bain, Miss Bain, William Geer, Mrs. Wainwright, J. Wainwright, C. Wainwright, W. Roberts. Brazill family; German vignerons from Nassau engaged for Messrs Macarthur including John Justin, Gasper Filck, Frederick Sickold, George Cherard, John Wenz


 
Item: 149144
Surname: Brazill
First Name: William, Sarah, Eliza, Mary Ann, Sophia
Ship: Kinnear 1838
Date: 1838 23 April
Place: -
Source: State Records of NSW - Online microfilm of shipping lists
Details: William aged 23, Sarah aged 21 and children Eliza aged 4, Mary Ann aged 3 and Sophia aged 2, native place Rothertithe, occupation shipwright, passengers on the 'Kinnear'


 
Item: 113900
Surname: Gurr
First Name: W
Ship: Kinnear 1838
Date: 1838 24 April
Place: Port Jackson
Source: SG
Details: Passenger on the Kinnear from London


 
Item: 149145
Surname: Roberts
First Name: Henry and Susan
Ship: Kinnear 1838
Date: 1838 23 April
Place: -
Source: State Records of NSW - Online microfilm of shipping lists
Details: Henry aged 23, native place Deptford occupation sailmaker, and Susan aged 21 native place Surrey, passengers on the 'Kinnear'. (Henry brother of Sarah Brazill?)


 
Item: 113898
Surname: Wenz
First Name: John
Ship: Kinnear 1838
Date: 1838 24 April
Place: Port Jackson
Source: SG
Details: John Wenz, wife and 3 children passengers on the 'Kinnear' . German servants from Nassau



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