Genealogy Projects tagged with 1836 on the Geni Family Tree

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  • "Africaine" (Barque ) - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    Africaine 1836 with Captain J.T. Duff, arriving Nepean Bay on Kangaroo Island on November 4th and Holdfast Bay on November 14th 1836. The Africaine was the first vessel to bring paying immigrants to South Australia. She was a barque of about 300 tons, and carried a crew of seventeen and about eighty passengers. 1836 14 November: 1st pioneer settlers arrived on the mainland at Holdfa...

  • "Cygnet" (Barque) - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    The Barque Cygnet , 238 om was built Sulkea, opposite Calcutta 1827. Owned by T. Ward of London. She departed London's Shadwell Basin on March 20th, 1836 via Gravesend March 20-24, the Downs March 24-April 2, Portland Roads April 5-6 and Rio June 21-July 8. with Captain John Rolls and 84 passengers. The Cygnet arrived Nepean Bay, Kangaroo Island on September 11th, 1836 after putting into Rio de...

  • "Emma" (Brig) - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    The two mast brig Emma , 1836 from London with Captain John Nelson arrived Nepean Bay (Kangaroo Island Oct 5th) with 22 passengers (18 adults, 4 children) Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: Stories Related Projects: Bound for South Australia - Ships ...

  • Republic of Texas

    A project for those who have family members who go back to the days of Mexican Texas and the Republic of Texas. Mexican Texas is the name given by Texas history scholars to the period between 1821 and 1836, when Texas was governed by Mexico. The Republic of Texas was an independent nation in North America, bordering the United States and Mexico, that existed from 1836 to 1846. Mexican Tex...

  • "The Buffalo" (HMS) - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    HMS Buffalo 1836 A three mast ship was built in 1813 in Calcutta and named Hindostan . In that same year the Royal Navy purchased this ship as a store ship and timber carrier and renamed it The Buffalo . Departed: Spithead, England on July 11th, St Helens on August 3rd, Rio de Janeiro on October 12th, 1836. Arrived: Pt Lincoln on December 24th 1836 and Holdfast Bay (now Glenelg) on Dece...

  • "Tam O'Shanter" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    The ship Tam O'Shanter departed on July 20th 1836 from London via Plymouth, under the command of Captain Whiteman Freeman, sailing in company with the Buffalo. Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on the tree, start a discussion here.. Some of the passengers: Stories Related Projects: Bound for South Australia - S...

  • "John Pirie" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    The small ship John Pirie left London on February 22nd via the Downs, Falmouth and Dartmouth with Captain George Martin, arriving Nepean Bay (Kangaroo Island) August 16th, 1836. Persons on board - 28 passengers (23 adults - employees of the Company, and 5 children), and a crew of 10. Sources: The Ships Passenger List If you have information on passengers or need help locating them on ...

  • "Duke of York" - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    DUKE OF YORK from London with Captain Robert Clarke Morgan, arriving Nepean Bay, Kangaroo Island July 27th, 1836 - 42 passengers THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COMPANY On January 2nd 1836, the S.A. Company was formed. The original directors being George F. Angas (chairman), Raikes Currie, MP, James Hyde, Charles Hindley, MP, Henry Kingscote, John Pirie, John Rundle, MP, Thomas Smith, James R. Todd an...

  • "Coromandel" (Ship) - Colonists to South Australia in 1836

    The Coromandel arrived Holdfast Bay, Adelaide on January 12th 1837 with 156 passengers (124 adults and 32 children), and was the first migrant ship to arrive in South Australia, after proclamation of the province. These emigrants were all under twenty six years of age, principally labourers and some mechanics and a few Lincolnshire shepherds. Of the one hundred and fifty-six passengers, all wit...