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"Birman" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1840

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  • Sarah Spottswood Forsythe (1831 - 1902)
    Biography Sarah Spottswood (Forsyth) Blackham was born on January 19, 1831 in Donaghmore, Down, Ireland. Her parents were Richard Blackham and Sarah Blackham (Spottswood) . She died on October 5, 1...
  • William George Blackham (c.1828 - 1910)
    Biography William George Blackham was born circa 1828 in UK. His parents were Richard Blackham and Sarah Blackham (Spottswood) . He died in 1910 in Bendigo, VIC, Australia. BLACKHAM Richard, Sara...
  • Albert Blackham (c.1827 - 1874)
    Biography Albert Blackham was born circa 1827 in UK. His parents were Richard Blackham and Sarah Blackham (Spottswood) . He died in 1874. BLACKHAM Richard, Sarah SPOTSWOOD, Hy Hamilton, Rd, Fdk Kea...
  • Frederick Keane Blackham (1823 - 1892)
    Biography Frederick Keane Blackham was born in 1823 in Newry, County Down, Ireland. His parents were Richard Blackham and Sarah Blackham (Spottswood) . Frederick married Lucinda A Blackham (McCarth...
  • Richard Blackham (c.1820 - c.1900)
    Biography Richard Blackham was born circa 1820 in UK. His parents were Richard Blackham and Sarah Blackham (Spottswood) . He died circa 1900. BLACKHAM Richard, Sarah SPOTSWOOD, Hy Hamilton, Rd , Fd...

The ship Birman from Greenock via Cork, arrived Port Adelaide on 27th December 1840.

This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project

Ships List

This is a great time to add the profile to an Occupation Project and also to the country they settled FROM, Irish ; German and Prussian ; English ; Cornish ; Scottish ; Lancastrian

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