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"Eden" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1838

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  • Robert Laundy Ingham (1813 - 1864)
    Robert Lanndy Ingham Robert, Susan and young Stephen were some of the earliest settlers in Adelaide. They arrived in Adelaide on the Eden on June 24, 1838. Robert had been a tanner in England and he ...
  • Stephen Laundy Ingham (1835 - 1915)
    Stephen came to Adelaide from England in 1838. He was 3 and the ship was called the Eden. At about 17 he came to Bendigo with a mate to have go at gold mining. He did that for a short while until he ob...
  • Susan Ingham (1815 - 1841)
    Susan Ponder Has her born in Middlesex, London to Stephen Ponder and Mary Plimpton
  • Jane Bagshaw (1812 - 1884)
  • John Stokes Bagshaw (1808 - 1888)
    John Stokes Bagshaw (15 August 1808 – 1 January 1888) was a manufacturer of agricultural machinery in South Australia. He was born in Chetwynd, Shropshire, the son of Edward (19 May 1776 – 4 February...

The ship Eden left Portsmouth on February 26th 1838. However their journey was delayed for almost a month due to the mouth of the River Thames being frozen. They finally arrived in South Australia on June 24th 1838

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