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

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  • Henry Prettejohn (1809 - 1884)
    Henry Prettyjohn A CHEQUEBBD CAREER.-On the lith of this month there passed away an old colonist in the person of Mr. Henry Prettejohn, who has for many years been a resident of Wallaroo. The decease...
  • Sarah Sabina Jeans (bef.1840 - d.)
    Sarah Sabina Kerwood KERWOOD George James, Maria PARSONS, Rd, son, Ann Maria, Sarah Sabina arrived in SA 1840-04-16 aboard Morley from London 1839-12-08 via Plymouth
  • Ann Maria Kerwood (bef.1840 - d.)
    Ann Marie Kerwood KERWOOD George James, Maria PARSONS, Rd, son, Ann Maria, Sarah Sabina arrived in SA 1840-04-16 aboard Morley from London 1839-12-08 via Plymouth
  • Maria Kerwood (1793 - 1884)
    Maria Parsons was married to George James Kerwood and they were pioneers of South Australia arriving on the "Morley" on the 16th April 1840. They arrived with their children: Richard, Ann Maria and Sar...
  • Richard Kerwood (c.1835 - d.)
    Richard Kerwood KERWOOD George James, Maria PARSONS, Rd, son, Ann Maria, Sarah Sabina arrived in SA 1840-04-16 aboard Morley from London 1839-12-08 via Plymouth Marriage 1 Matilda Eliza BALDOCK...

APRIL 16—The ship Morley, 578 tons, Chas. Evans, from London and Plymouth the 28th December, with general cargo.

Passengers:

  • Mrs. Evans
  • Mr. Charles Evans
  • Miss Louisa Wareham
  • Mr. William Allyne
  • Mr. John Allyne

and 153 emigrants.

Adelaide Shipping Report. (1840, April 23). Southern Australian (Adelaide, SA : 1838 - 1844), p. 3. Retrieved August 28, 2018, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article71619177

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