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"Thomas Harrison" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1839

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The Thomas Harrison left London on 13 Nov 1838 traveled via Deal and arrived in Port Adelaide on 25 Feb 1839


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Some of the passengers:

  • Stocker Risely jnr, wife, John Henry
  • Stocker Risely, Margaret Ann (wife), Sarah (later married George James Thomas Squire on 06 Nov 1842, he came to SA from Sydney on 10th Nov 1839 aboard John Pirie) , Elizabeth

Possible connection to the tree Elizabeth born SA, with son George Stocker Rowen.


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