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Item: 171516
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Strathfieldsaye 1839
Date: 26 July 1839
Place: Sydney
Source: SH
Details: The Strathfieldsaye arrived on Thursday 25 July 1839 from London and Plymouth bringing 295 bounty emigrants and a great number of highly respectable cabin passengers, all of whom have arrived in a healthy state. The emigrants chiefly consist of labouring men and house servants, male and female. This vessel made a very fair passage, being about three months on the voyage and is the first of Mr. Marshalls ships for the year. Great credit due to the captain and surgeon for the cleanliness and good order of everything on board. Only Two infants died and three were born during the voyage. This vessel brought out some pure blood hounds which will be a great acquisition to the colony


 
Item: 171517
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Strathfieldsaye 1839
Date: 27 July 1839
Place: Sydney
Source: The Colonist
Details: The Strathfieldsaye, from Plymouth 8th April with 205 emigrants under the superintendence of surgeon C.W. Adams Esq., Cabin passengers - Rev. Bolton, Mrs. Bolton and six children, Miss Ball, Mr and Mrs. Rhind, Mr and Mrs Henslowe and one child. Captain Watson, Mrs. Watson and six children, Miss Blackie, Miss M. Martyn, Mr and Mrs Badham, Captain McLaughlan, Rev. Charles Spencer, Messrs Creighton, W. Stewart, R.C. Walker, G.A and W. Gally and A. Adams. Intermediate Mr and Mrs. Darhug and three chidlren. T. Perry, D. Lawson, L. Penn and J. McLaughlan.


 
Item: 161400
Surname: Bolton
First Name: Rev. Robert Thorley
Ship: Strathfieldsaye 1839
Date: 1839
Place: -
Source: The Christian Remembrancer
Details: The Rev. Robert Thorley Bolton M.A. of Clare Hall, and the Rev. Charles Spencer M.A. of Christ's College, Cambridge, have embarked for Sydney in the 'Strathfieldsaye'. These clergymen have been appointed, on the recommendation of the Society, with the sanction of the Bishop of London, to chaplaincies on the ecclesiastical establishment of NSW. Three more clergymen will shortly proceed to the same colony.


 
Item: 103297
Surname: Crump
First Name: Joseph
Ship: Strathfieldsaye 1839
Date: -
Place: -
Source: Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
Details: Born 1819 England. Spouse Sarah Read. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 317


 
Item: 149182
Surname: Crump
First Name: Joseph and Sarah
Ship: Strathfieldsaye 1839
Date: 1839 17 July
Place: -
Source: State Records of NSW. Online microfilm of shipping lists.
Details: Joseph Crump, blacksmith from Dudley and Sarah Crump age 21 screen maker from Birmingham passengers on the Strathfieldsaye


 
Item: 103298
Surname: Read (Crump) (Farrell) (Farrah)
First Name: Sarah
Ship: Strathfieldsaye 1839
Date: -
Place: -
Source: Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
Details: Born 1818 England. Spouse 1. Joseph Crump. Spouse 2 Millington Farrah. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 317


 
Item: 161401
Surname: Spencer
First Name: Rev. Charles
Ship: Strathfieldsaye 1839
Date: 1839
Place: -
Source: The Christian Remembrancer (Google Books)
Details: The Rev. Robert Thorley Bolton M.A. of Clare Hall, and the Rev. Charles Spencer M.A. of Christ's College, Cambridge, have embarked for Sydney in the 'Strathfieldsaye'. These clergymen have been appointed, on the recommendation of the Society, with the sanction of the Bishop of London, to chaplaincies on the ecclesiastical establishment of NSW. Three more clergymen will shortly proceed to the same colony.



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