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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
103429 - - Portland 1838 1838 20 December Sydney SG
 
Arrived from Scotland previous Tuesday with emigrants. Placed in a dangerous situation on the Monday night, the strong easterly wind having set her close in upon the land near Botany Bay , to which place she was obliged to run in and lay at anchor until the following morning when the wind shifted round to the South and enabled her make sail for Port Jackson



171326 - - Portland 1838 19 December 1838 Sydney SH
 
From Greenock, having sailed 24 August, the Portland, Captain Coubro with 253 emigrants. Passengers Messrs. Murray and Revitt



171327 - - Portland 1838 19 December 1838 Sydney SH
 
The Portland made an extraordinary quick return to the Colony, having been absent not more than nine months during which she discharged a cargo at Liverpool and afterwards went on to Scotland for another. Only one female and three children died on the passage



171328 - - Portland 1838 19 December 1838 Sydney The Colonist
 
Arrival of the Portland, Coubro. Departed Greenock 24 August. Surgeon Superintendent J. McFarlane Esq.,



149165 Findlay Thomas Portland 1838 1838 22 December - State Records of NSW. Online microfilm of shipping lists.
 
Aged 23. Farm servant from Co. Down. R/C. Passenger on the 'Portland'



103428 Findlay Thomas Borland Portland 1838 - - Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
 
Born 1815 Scotland. Spouse Mary Cameron. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 445



133879 Moore James Portland 1838 - John Street, Singleton & Greenwood Singleton Pioneer Register p. 62
 
Born 1820 in Ballymoney, Ireland. Spouse Catherine Boyd. 'James Moore established one of the most important provincial concerns in the state in 1844. The stre, James Moore & Co., was in John St. between the bridges. See Pioneer Register for more details



178128 Watson Walter Portland 1838 (came free) 25 October 1839 Newcastle gaol Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 136
 
Butcher from Stirlingshire. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Maitland. Sentenced to be confinement 2 months for disobedience of orders




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