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"Sibella" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia - 1850

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  • Frederick Dewe Beach (1829 - 1895)
    Frederick Dewe Beach THE DEATH 0F MR. P. D. BEACH. We announce with regret the death of Mr. Frederick Dewe Beach, which occurred at Audley House, Prospect, on Thursday, at 2.15 p.m., as the result ...

Friday, February 1st — The ship Sibella, 781 tons, Coleman, master, from Gravesend, 16th October, and Plymouth, 29th October.

(Some more passengers may have decided to stay in SA than is in bold)

In the cabin: for Port Phillip

  • J Cunningham wife and child, Joseph Burrell wife and ten children, Mrs Emma Baker, Fred. Bolton and lady,

In the cabin: for Port Adelaide:

  • William Wearing Esq., J. H. Sealey, surgeon, Messrs Joseph Mitchell, Geo. Matthews and lady, S. H. Clutterbuck, Augustus Gedge, Alex. Grant T W Downie, Laurence Roach and wife, Geo. Boalton and wife, and William Austin

for Port Phillip

  • Henry Adams and wife, Thomas Best wife and six children, William Brewer wife and child, Frederick Beach, Elizabeth and Francis Brady, William Brand, Thomas Brown wife and five children, Thomas Bossena wife and five children, Robert Bennison, John Bankin wife and four children, Samuel Dane, William Dakin, George Deeks, Mary and John Gedge, John Hales, William Hards and wife, Ernest Ley wife and two children, Charles Le Cren, Edward Lease, Robert Mawkill wife and two children, Robert Mitchell, James Milne and wife, William Staines wife and three children, Thomas Sinee (?), Ebenezer Smith wife and child, Joseph Swan, William Spirochte (?), Frederick Tasjean Wright, John, William and Charles White, John Navaseur, William Austin, James Ellick, Edward Goulston, Thomas Lewin, John Springett, William Nix (?), George Fletcher, Edgar Fuge, William Monte wife and three Children, H Smith and wife, Francis Leigh, Emily North, William Bust, John Henry, Josiah Kemp, Francis Hutton, Joseph Johns, John Harris wife and two children, Thomas Jervis, and Thomas Lamberi and wife,

for Adelaide

  • John Gardiner, Edward Turner, and John Rowell

Two deaths on the voyage, Mr C Fletcher, 23rd January, Mrs Gudge, 28th January.

Cargo of the Sibella —1 crate, 3 cases, 2 packages 3 pumps, 4 cases, 1 chest. A. T. Grant. E-?. ; I parcel, Tanner and Co, 3 cases, A L Elder Esq; 100 half barrels, Order; 24 cases. Wm Brewer ; 1 cask. 29 bales, and 3 cases, Order ; 1 parcel, C Bech & Co ; 1 case, T Beadie, Esq ; 100 casks beer, Montefiore & Co ; 1 pipe wine, 1 bu(?) ditto, Monte- fiore & Co ; 3 cases, D Thomas.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (1850, February 2). South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), p. 3. Retrieved February 9, 2016


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