Free Settler or Felon?
   Home   Convict Ships Index
Search Button

1  

# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
103802 - - Joseph Cunard 1841 1841 30 November Sydney SG
 
Arrived from Liverpool having departed 3rd August. 321 bounty immigrants under the superintendence of Dr. Thorn. Consigned to the firm Gosling and Brown. 2 adults and 9 children died on the passage out. One Sea man drowned having fallen overboard



172079 - - Joseph Cunard 1841 18 December 1841 - SG
 
On the 16th September when the Joseph Cunard, emigrant ship was near the equator a girl 6 years of age fell overboard, and was a far way astern before the vessel going at the rate of 9 miles an hour could be turned; however the seamen immediately lowered a boat and pulled hard, and being directed by Captain Birnie to steer right in the ships wake for they could not see the girl, they succeeded in picking her up, while about to sink with her head under water. When the boat cam along side the captain handed the girl on board to Dr. Thom, in a cold and apparently lifeless state, who having ordered a warm bath to be in readiness used every effort to restore her, and we are glad to say that his exertions were successful. This reflects the highest credit on Dr. Thorn/Thom who is universally esteemed by the passengers as a talented surgeon and kind superintendent



163460 Gatlin Bridget Joseph Cunard 1841 26 July 1843 East Maitland Application to Marry
 
Joseph Hicks per Claudine age 33, application to marry Bridget Gatlin (age 25 per Joseph Cunard)



103801 McGinty Anthony Joseph Joseph Cunard 1841 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
Born 1817 Ireland. Spouse Mary Jones. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 887




1