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"Constant" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1849

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The barque Constant, 535 tons, Coombes master, from London to South Australia in 1849

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

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Ships list as published at the time

December 23—The barque Constant, 535 tons, Coombes master, from London. Passengers—Alex. Fairmathoe wife and six children; G. Pile wife and six children; Elizabeth and Sarah Clements; Anna Thorne and child; J. Rain wife and two children; Sidney Crocker; J. B. Shenden; Alfred Heather and wife; C. Panott wife and three children; Mary Ann Hunter; Joseph Fleming wife and four children; Mary Day; Sarah Willis; Mary Ann Randall; Elisa Ann Garey; Sarah Levina Garey; Mary Ann Jewell; Mary Ann Hayward; Susannah Lawson; Abraham, Juliet, and Catherine Solomon; R B Moore wife and two children; H Burton and wife; Sam. Hancock wife and three children (one born at sea Oct 5); Matthew Faulkener wife and child; G. Nichols and wife; J W Anford and wife, Wm. Johnston and wife; G. D. Garey wife and child, Lydia Tavina; Wm. Douglas; G Kent; J Lawson; J J Marrow; Rob. Faulkner; Chas. Chapman; Dudley Keith; J Sheridan wife and two children; Thos. H Rose; Wm. Williams; Rob. Sparks; Matth. Cranston wife and child; Esther Berrigan and two children; Rob. Madregan wife and four children; J Church Dixon; J Day; Philip John Le Caux; Wm Strickland; Sam. Waters wife and three children; J Oldenshaw; Charles Oldenshaw; H Ellis; Rob. Coker; G Ellerodd; J Roberts wife and six children; Jas. Randall; Thomas Jewell; Charles Pickney; Chas. Stevenson; Katharine Ballivan and two children; and Jas. Holiham and wife.

1849 'SHIPPING.', South Australian Gazette and Mining Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1847 - 1852), 27 December, p. 3. , viewed 15 May 2020,

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