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Item: 171419
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: British King 1839
Date: 2 March 1839
Place: Sydney
Source: SG
Details: The Principal part of the emigrants per British King are farm labourers and shepherds; they are healthy and respectable set of people. Grat credit due to the officers and surgeon on board for the cleanly state of the vessel. There were seven deaths on board the British King during her passage viz., 1 adult on consumption, and six small children; also six births


 
Item: 171415
Surname: McDonald
First Name: Janet
Ship: British King 1839
Date: 28 February 1839
Place: -
Source: State Records Online Shipping List
Details: Dairymaid from Invernesshire age 27. Emigrant. Employed by Duncan Forbes Mackay on arrival...http://tinyurl.com/mqf7ud3


 
Item: 171413
Surname: McDonald
First Name: John
Ship: British King 1839
Date: 28 February 1839
Place: -
Source: State Records Online Shipping List
Details: Farm labourer from Invernesshire. Embarked with wife and two children. Employed by William Bucknell at Paterson River on arrival...http://tinyurl.com/lwfdu32


 
Item: 171417
Surname: McDonald
First Name: Mary
Ship: British King 1839
Date: 28 February 1839
Place: -
Source: State Records Online Shipping List
Details: House servant from Mordant age 27. Emigrant. Employed by Duncan Forbes Mackay at Williams River on arrival..http://tinyurl.com/mqf7ud3



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