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"Winchester" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1838

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  • John Wickham Daw, Jnr, Free Settler "Winchester" 1838 (1837 - 1899)
    John Wickham Daw Jnr sailed to Australia with fourteen other family members aboard the SS Winchester. They departed from Graves End London on 11 June 1838, with Captain John Salmon, and arrived in Hold...
  • Mary Duff (c.1834 - 1919)
    Mary Schroder Mrs. Mary Hamilton, a very old resident of Glenelg, died at her residence, Scarborough Street, on Tuesday last, in her 86th year. She was the daughter of the late Mr. G. Schroeder, and ...
  • Frances Ellen Elliot, Free Settler "Winchester" 1838 (1835 - 1922)
    Francis Ellen Daw sailed to Australia with fourteen other family members aboard the SS Winchester. They departed from Graves End London on 11 June 1838, with Captain John Salmon, and arrived in Holdfas...
  • Joseph Daw, Free Settler "Winchester" 1838 (1833 - 1919)
    Joseph Daw sailed to Australia with fourteen other family members aboard the SS Winchester. They departed from Graves End London on 11 June 1838, with Captain John Salmon, and arrived in Holdfast Bay, ...
  • Susannah Daw, Free Settler "Winchester" 1838 (1825 - 1863)
    Susannah Daw sailed to Australia with fourteen other family members aboard the SS Winchester. They departed from Graves End London on 11 June 1838, with Captain John Salmon, and arrived in Holdfast Bay...

The ship Winchester from London with Captain John Salmon, arrived Adelaide Sept 23, 1838 bringing 121 passengers (73 adults, 48 children) to South Australia.

This is part of the Bound for South Australia - Ships Lists Portal Project

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Some of the passengers:

  • Mr Edward Spicer who attended the Colonial Banquet in 1871

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