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"Caesar and Helene" (Brig) - European Settlers to South Australia in 1859

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The brig Caesar and Helene, 240 tons, Captain Jacob Meyer, from Hamburg 25th July 1859, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 22nd November 1859... departed Adelaide 12th December, arrived Melbourne 17th December 1859.

Passsengers that went on to Melbourne — Julias Bruche, Gottleib Linde, Anna Fleintze, Caroline, Anna, Magdalene, and Heinrich Heyne, Fr. Aug. Schinnerling, Marie Muller, Ernst Schneider, Henriette Wolf, Peter Meyer, Joh. Timmermann, A. A. Windschuttel, Auguste Gierke, Rob. Wolff, Gottf. Uebergary, Christiane Uebergary. (Some may have opted to depart the ship in SA)

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Some of the passengers:

Neumann Johann Gottfried aged 32 occ. Mason from: Skampe Zuellichau Prussia

  • Johanne Eleonore (Feister) aged 29 from Rakau Prussia
  • Johanne Caroline Ernestine aged 2 poss aka Pauline Ernestine
  • Geni Note: Caroline may have married Julius Louis Wilhelm Wegener

	 	 	 	 	 	 	 

Neumann Theodor aged 44 from Wulsch Prussia

  • Caroline (Hergort) aged 35
  • Agnes aged 14
  • Bertha aged 14
  • Hugo aged 12
  • Melanie aged 2
  • Otto aged inf

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