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"Pauline" (Ship/Barque) - European Pioneers to South Australia - 1849

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ship / barque Pauline, 500 tons, Captain Lüder Stelljes, from Bremen, Germany 24th August 1849, arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 9th December 1849

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Some of the passengers:

  • Iden, Christian 21 Landman and wife Sophia (Scharnberg) (possibly Uden)

Stories

The South Australian Register Wednesday 12th December 1849

Sunday December 9th.— the ship Pauline 320 tons [sic], Stelljes, master, from Bremen. Passengers:— Dr. Stock , Mr. C. Oswald, Mr. C. Oswald, Mrs. Mehrtens [the widow Anna Gesina (Dehls) Mehrtens, born 2nd Dec. 1801... her daughters sailed on the Herder 1851 in company of her sister] and child [Lüder Mehrtens, born 17th Nov. 1826], Mr. A. Cranz, wife and three children, and W. Bostger in the cabin ; and the following emigrants in the steerage.

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