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"Harpley" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1849

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Dec. 25.—The ship Harpley, 573 tons, Buckland, from London. to Port Adelaide, South Australia

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

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Passengers as published at the time

Passengers—Mr James Raven, Mrs Raven, Messrs James Saddington, Owen Kemp, James Luxmore, Robert Martin, Harriet Palmer, Herbert Palmer, Edmond Palmer, Sarah Salter, Sarah Mathews, Alicia and Hannah Mathews, James Anderson, W. and A Bolus, W. Butts, E. Collins, Stephen Chandler, wife, and five children, Stephen Charlwood, Francis Curd, John Cartleston, Charles Carr, M. L. Cullen, John Crosby, Thos. Dignum wife and child, Edward Dowdon, John De Lettle, Robert and Naomi Dodswell, John Foreman wife and two children, Alfred Frost, Thos. Frost, W. Fairhall, Mary Gowing, R. Galloney, John Glaven, Naomi Gowing, E. Glendinning, D. Hamilton, Jame Howard and wife; Thomas Harvey, E. Henley, Thomas Johnston wife and child, John Jumper wife and five children, Wm. Johnston, W. Knight, Thomas Luther and wife, Jane Lawson, Emma Lawson, Daniel Lyas wife and child, John Leonard, John Lowe, Mary-Ann Mayer and eight children, W. H. Manton, Edward and Philip Mighell, Mary Morrison, Thomas Major, John Moone, John Masters, W. and Edward Newenham, John Parfeet, John Reinberg, C. Roberts, James Sutton wife and two children, John Tailor wife and four children, James Tyler wife and six children, John Turner wife and four children, C. H. Treene wife and child, S. Vincent and wife, John and Lewis Walker, John Woolman, Spencer Wilson, John Whiteside, James Wood, W. Wood wife and five children, James Webster, wife and five children, James White and wife.

1849 'SHIPPING.', South Australian Gazette and Mining Journal (Adelaide, SA : 1847 - 1852), 27 December, p. 3. , viewed 15 May 2020, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article195939085

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