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

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December 22—The barque Simlah, 597 tons, Tibbs, master, from Plymouth.arrived Port Adelaide on 1849.

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Passengers as published at the time

December 22—The barque Simlah, 597 tons, Tibbs, master, from Plymouth. Passengers— Mr Henry Wooldridge wife and five children, Mr Jas. Jennings, Mr Chas. Fernaigle and wife, Ann Ryland Gregg, Mr Arthur Pitman, Conrad Morgan, Mr Schuyler and wife, Mr J. Hicks, Mr W. Hicks Mrs John Hicks, T. Morgan, H. Armstrong wife and seven children, J. Ayling wife and infant, Edward Conner Bell, Wm. Biggs, J. Banford wife and four children, Fred Bernard, Eliza Buckland, Richard Bayly, J. Cunningham, Jane, Rebecca, Jas. and J. Cropper, Jesse Clifton, Chas. Dowsing, Ebenezer Dodd, Thomas Dickenson, Wm. Foy, J. Harris, Chas. Handford, Selina Harper, Alfred Hownam, J. Kenzler and wife, Susanna Kenzler, H. Lester and wife, Wm. Leaver wife and seven children, Chas. Lewen and five children, Gorman Lefebre, Rob. Lechmerc, Sam. Lowry, Jas. Lloyd, G. Law, Jas. Miller and wife, G. Mitchell, Wm. Maxwell, Chas. Mills, Jas. Mussen wife and five children, — Petitt and wife, J. Poyser wife and two children, Clement Porter, Fredk Preston wife and child, Fanny Rusherford, J. Reynolds Fredk Rusherford, G. Rands, G. Ramsden, Maria Charles and Claudius Raven, Emily Milroy, Catherine Donelly Susan Green, Chas. Stephenson, Fredk Simson wife and child, Josh. Stevens, Alfred Taylor, Jas. Thompson, John Wright and wife, Fredk Warming, Jas. Wicking, G. Wilkinson wife and three children, Fanny Roberts, Florence Wilkinson and two children, Benjamin King and wife, T. Codd wife and three children, Chas. Mills, H. Martin, J. Knight, Rob. Warcum, Arthur Simms, G. Sayer.

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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