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Ships that came to Port Phillip in 1841

Notes on Vessels to Port Phillip 1841

Summary notes on Vessels by name - Abeona, Bandicoot, Devonshire, Hamilton, Kilmaurs, Maguasha, Patriot, Tamar,

Note - not every journey is accounted for, some are not recorded in the papers I found, many were of freight only, maybe with unnamed Steerage passengers or servants.

Patriot

brig, 189 tons, Akers master,
departed 10 June from Launceston for Portland Bay, passengers Mr D Fitzpatrick and RC Hedditch

Paul Pry

schooner, 56 tons, Harding master, on 28 Apr 1841 Jenkins master,
Arrived 6 Jan 1841 at Launceston from port phillip with passenngers Mr and mrs Fisher, Mr Cook, Dean, Fenn, Scott, George Vickers
departed Launceston 14 Jan 1841 for Port Phillip. passengers Mr John Evans, Mr Page, Mrs Russell and child, Mr James Tetley, John Baker
at Melbourne arrived 19 Jan 1841, schooner from Launceston
Melbourne cleared out 23 Jan 1841 Paul Pry for Launceston with passengers Mr J Tetly, Capt J Webster, Mr W Lyans, Mr W Wood and Mr Lewis
arrived 1 Feb 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, with passengers Mr Evans and Mr Lewis, cargo 120 sheep
departed 6 Feb 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip with passengers Messrs EM Sayers, CO Hagan, Campbell, Allan and Barrett, Mr William Walker, Mr Kibble, Mrs Morison
departed 12 Mar 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip with passengers Thomas Wm Baham Esq, Messrs Gee, Ross, Peel, Packwood, and Angel
Melbourne departed 19 Mar 1841 for Launceston with passengers Miss Howe, MessrsBanbury, Solomon, Hamilton, Arthur, and Wood, 2 in steerage
arrived 26 Mar 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, passengers Messrs Solomon, Hamilton, Arthur, Miss How, Mrs Moody and 2 chn, Mr Learmouth
07 Apr 1841 Harding master arrived at Melbourne from Launceston
arrived 20 Apr 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, passengers Mrs Harding, Mr John Wood, Mr William Wood, Mr Manifold, Miss Knocks
departed 28 Apr 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip with passengers Mr and Mrss Kibble, Miss Kibble and child, Capt Harding, Alexander McKay, Mr M Chitty
Melbourne arrived 2 May 1841 from Launceston with passengers Mr and Mrs Kebble and child, Miss Kebble, Captain Harding and Mr Chitty
arrived 14 May 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, passengers Mr Chitty, Mrs Boon and child, William Brown, Thomas Henrym Daniel Newham, cargo includes 100 sheep for G Fisher, Agent
departed 22 May 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip and arrived Melbourne 25 May 1841 with passengers Mrs Haythorn and Miss and 2 chn, Mrs Johnson, Mr Stewart, Mr Rose and Mr JA Marsden
25 May 1841 arrived at Melbourne from Launceston passengers Mrs and Miss Haythorn and 2 chn, Mrs Johnson, Mr Stewart, Mr Rose, Mr Marsden
arrived 7 June 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, passengers Messrs Watkins, Kenhoran, Stephens
departed 10 June 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip with passengers Mrs Hornsley, Mrs Waller and child, Mr Lambert, Thomas Flanagan, William Buckley, Mr Blair, John Belfield, Robert Drysdale
25 Jun 1841 schooner Jenkins master cleared from Melbourne for Launceston
departing 9 July 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip, passengers Mr McRae, Mr J Fawns, Thomas Church
18 Jul 1841 arrived at Melbourne from Launceston
23 Jul 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Launceston
arrived 26 July 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, passengers Miss Kittrie and John Burgess
departing 29 July 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip, passenger Miss Athorn
04 Aug 1841 arrived at Melbourne from Launceston
13 Aug 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Launceston
arrived 20 Aug 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, passengers Mrs Sutch, Mrs Cassidy and child, Mrs Jones and 2 chn, Mr Wright, Messrs Gabney, Goodman, Mr and Mrs Budd and 2 chn, Mrs Clark
departed 26 Aug 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip with passengers Capt Handcock, Mr Ford, William Wait, G Samuel, Ralph Daver, Thomas Hawkins, Richard Shea, Davy Jones

Shipwreck

Loss reported by Geelong Advertiser, 11 Sep 1841. On Tuesday 31 August the Paul Pry left the Heads at George Town and about 3pm on Friday Cape Schank bore north-east six miles. A sudden squall, like a whirlwind, laid the vessel on her beam ends. The cabin passengers were at dinner, and rushed upon deck. A passenger named Wait drowned, the other 13 took to the 13 ft rowboat, and made it to shore at 6pm where they proceeded to the station of Mr Barker. After 2 days they were able to board the Will Watch from the pilot station at the Heads, and so reached the Marine Hotel at the Beach.
21 dec 1840 schooner at Melbourne from Launceston
26 Dec 1840 cleared from Melbourne for Launceston

Pickwick

cutter 25 tons, Welsh master
departed 12 April from Launceston and at Melbourne 25 Apr 1841, with passengers Misses Catherine Richards and Susan Lane, Messrs William Howes, Thomas King, William Clarke, Mark Lane and George Hagen
30 Apr 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Launceston

Platina

barque 320 tons Chirchley or Wycherkley master
arrived 12 Jan from New Zealand, barque 320 tons, Wycherly/Chrichley master. Cargo of sawn timber for Thomas, Enscoe and James, 170 oars, 100 broken deals for Wycherby.
Passengers incl David Pettavel, Mr James, Mr Leadhart source - Free Press and Commecial Journal
12 Jan 1841 at Melbourne from Sydney
20 Feb 1841 at Geelong from Williamstown
18 Mar 1841 loading with wool for London
02 May 1841 cleared from Geelong for London via Melbourne with cargo of wool cleared May 15 for London, Passengers Mrs Le Soaff and servant, Mrs Mattison, Mr Brodie, and 2 sons, Messrs Charles Binny, James Brown, and John Milner, and 4 in steerage

Porter

brig, Porter master,
arrived at Hobart 8 Jan 1841 from Port Phillip on 5 Jan, with sheep, sundries and passegers A Ronocks Esq., Mrs, Miss and Master porter, RC Spottiswood, and one female servant
25 Apr 1841 cutter Welsh master arrived at Melbourne from Launceston passengers Mr Richards, Lane, Howes, King, Clark, Hagen
30 Apr 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Launceston

Rookery

barque, 311 tons, Bourne master, see Rookery arrival in 1840
27 Feb 1841 now loaded, ready to board
06 Mar 1841 barque Bourbe master cleared from Melbourne for London with 1054 bales wool
Passengers Doctor Cotter, lady and family, Mrs Watts and child, Mrs Bourne, Messrs Howard, Pullar, Porter, Mountiford, Dunlop, and Perry.

Rovers Bride


11 Dec 1840 cutter from Melbourne for Geelong
Rover's Bride 11 Dec 1840 cutter from Melbourne for Sydney
Rover's Bride 23 Feb 1841 Hescott cleared from Melbourne for Sydney

Royal Mail

schooner, 90 tons, Hay master
18 Sep 1841 schooner Hay arrived at Melbourne from Adelaide
04 Oct 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Portland Bay and Adelaide
20 Nov 1841 schooner Hay master arrived at Melbourne from Adelaide and Portland Bay
arrived 7 Dec 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip with passenger Mr S Spyers, cargo included 1 steam engine, 18 boxes soap, 20 casks bread

Royal Saxon

arrived 17 July 1841, barque 510 tons, Captain Lodge master, from London 1 Mar 1841 then Cork 19 March to Melbourne
See my Royal Saxon notes for a passenger list etc

Salsette

arrived 2 Jan 1841, barque 422 tons, Capt E Purss, from Liverpool 10 Aug 1840 to Port Phillip
Port Phillip 15 Jan 1841 Commercial Journal and Advertiser, 1840 The Salsette, barque, master Parss, 412 tons, arrived 2nd Jan from Liverpool which left 10 Aug with 190 Bounty emigrants. Passengers Dr Lynch, Mr Ashhurst, Mr and Mrs King and 2 chn, Mr and Mrs McKelvy and 9 in the steerage

Robinson family - parents Bounty pounds 19 ea, Ruth 18 also 19, sons aged 16 and 15, 15 ea, Margt, Elizabeth and Benjamin 5 ea, other 4, 10 ea, total 142 pounds
Vol. 3 has the following -
SALSETTE, barque, 420t, Capt. Edw. PURSSE: Liverpool, 11.8.40 - Melbourne, 2.1.41 with 190 migrants, 14 of whom died of typhoid, but ship cleared & entire crew absconded before serious situation was realized & quarantine could be imposed; & epidemic spread to Melbourne: + Account, "Perilous Voyages to the New Land," M. Cannon, (Vic. 1995)

Sarah Bell


05 Nov 1841 brig Bell master arrived at Melbourne from Newcastle with coals
20 Nov 1841 brig Bell cleared from Melbourne for Sydney

Scout

brig, 95 tons, Gwatkin master, 1 Jan 1842 Captain Fallon master,
arrived 29 May 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, passengers Richard Watts, Mr Bolden, Mrs Haldon, A Jenkins, William Lambert, cargo included order for 20 head of cattle
departed 11 June 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip with passengers J Archer Junior, Thomas Henton Esq
26 Jun 1841 brig Gwatkin master cleared from Melbourne for Launceston with 300 sheep
departed 8 July from Launceston for Port Phillip with passenger Mr Charles Thomson
18 Jul 1841 arrived at Melbourne from Launceston
22 Jul 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Launceston
arrived 26 July 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, passengers Mr Cruckshank, Mr and Mrs Higgins, Jane Welsh
departing 4 Aug 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip, passengers Mr James Smith, Rev Dr Geoghaghen, Messrs Strachan, Murdock, Allardyce, Spencer, Broomfield, N Nichols, H Nicholls, George Clarke
07 Aug 1841 arrived at Melbourne from Launceston
arrived 20 Aug 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, passengers Dr Kilgour, F Spicer, Wm Winter, Wm Walker, G Cook, A Webster
14 Sep 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Launceston
arrived 20 Sep 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, passengers Messrs Wilson, Stratton, Boys, Mrs Cotterill
departing 2 Oct 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip, passengers Mr and Mrs Waddel, Mr Maddock, Mr Harrold
11 Oct 1841 arrived at Melbourne from Launceston
arrived 25 Oct 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip, passengers Mr Josiah Turner, Mr Thomson, Mr Lavine
departing 3 Nov 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip, passengers Dr Synnott, Mr Spencer, Mr Hobson
08 Dec 1841 arrived at Melbourne from Launceston
11 Dec 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Launceston

Sea Horse

steamer, 500 tons, Captain Ewing master, 11 Nov, Captain Tallon master,
The Free Press and Commercial Journal, Sydney for 20 Jan 1841 reports the Sea Horse steam ship of 250 horse power, sailed from Gravesend on 3 Sep 1840 for Sydney
The Hobart Courier for 26 Jan 1841 reported that news had arrived of a new steamer which sailed before the Ariadne left from Greenock 16 Sep 1840 - the Sea Horse was bound for Sydney with many passengers, and was intended to become a trader between Sydney and Hobart.
arrived at Hobart Town 9 Apr from London 3rd Oct and Lisbon 21 Dec, passenger list of people who landed in Hobart - Mr and Mrs Webb, D McLawrie Esq, T Crawford Esq, R Tennell Esq, GD Webb Esq, Messrs Hull, Huggins, McTaggart, Merrick, Whiteworth, Edward Renny, Dr Johnstone
In Launceston Courier, 17 May 1841 - A detachment of the 51st Regiment under the command of Lieut Kirby, with 15 seamen from each of the discovery ships, left town on Weds morning at 11 oclock, for Mount Wellington, in search of Mr Huggins, one of the cabin passengers by the Sea Horse steam-vessel, also an apprentice boy of the name of Cooper, belonging to the same vessel - they having been missing since Sunday last. The party returned the same evening about 7pm, without having heard any tidings of them. The Hobart Courier 21 May records the eventual finding of Cooper who reached a hut containing kindly people, but Huggins was too weak to continue with him, so is mourned by Mr Laurie and Mr Webb who have been unable to find him.
departed 27 May from Hobart for Sydney with wheat, barley, potatoes, passengers Mr C Degraves and Mr Ross of Sydney (does not list passengers continuing their voyage)
departed Sydney 10 June 1841 for Port Phillip and Hobart Town, with sundries and passengers Judge Donnithorne, Mr SA Donaldson, Mr Brown, Miss OShaughnessy, Mr Banbury, Mr Martin, Mr McDermott, Mr Carr, Mr Crawford, Mr Webb, Mr Lawrie, Mr Gordon, Mr McCann and 2 in Steerage
25 June arrived at Hobart from Port Phillip on 22 June, passengers Messrs Lawrie, Martin, Webb, Fennell, Dellon, Turner, Dr Johnstone
27 July departing Sydney for Port Phillip with sundries, passengers Colonel Woodhouse, Mr Gellibrand, Mr Crawford, Mr Walker, Mr Templeton, Mr and Mrs Erskine and child, Miss RE Ellis, Miss M Ellis, Mr Hayes, Mr Fennell, Mr Robinson, Mr Enden, Mr Duncan, Miss McKillop and 4 in the steerage
30 Jul 1841 steamer Ewing arrived at Melbourne from Sydney on 27 July
04 Aug 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Sydney
Aug 14 departed Sydney for Port Phillip with sundries, passengers Mr and Mrs Chisholm, Mr Laing, Mr and Mrs Howay and 3 chn, Mr Ewart, Mr Campbell, Mr Stephens, Mr Dowsett, Mr Cunninghame, Mr Beswick, Mr Willis, Mr Irwing, Mr Thomas, and 14 in the steerage
21 Aug 1841 steamer Ewing master arrived at Melbourne from Sydney
24 Aug 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Sydney
Arrived 28 Aug at Sydney from Port Phillip on 25 Aug, in ballast with passengers Mr Guiner, Miss Ellis, Mr Kemis, Mr Reeve, Mr Chisholm, Mr and Mrs Urquhart, Captain Cole, Mr Boyd, Mr McNamara, Mr Dutton, Mr Hosking, Mr Hodgson, Mr Broadribb, Mr Paterson, Mr Moore, Mr Milligan and 7 in the steerage
departed Sydney 3 Sep with sundries and passengers not listed
07 Sep 1841 arrived at Melbourne from Sydney
Arrived 13 Sep at Sydney from Port Phillip on 10 Sep with sundries, passengers Messrs Rodger, Barton, Strode, Forbes, Robertson, Dunbar, Peers, Ronnie
departed 17 Sep from Sydney for Port Phillip with sundries, passengers Miss Shaw, Captain Cole, Mr and Mrs Carrington, Mr and Mrs Meeke, Mr and Mrs Shearman, Dr Pugh, Messrs Paterson, Curlewis, Peerman, Dunbar, Rodger, Rutledge and 9 in steerage
20 Sep 1841 arrived at Melbourne from Sydney
22 Sep 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Sydney
Arrived 25 Sep at Sydney from Port Phillip on 23 Sep with sundries, passengers Ronald McDonald Esq (Glengarry), Messrs J Smith, H Smith, Emanuel, Deane and 5 in Steerage
07 Oct 1841 arrived at Melbourne from Sydney
09 Oct 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Sydney
Arrived 12 Oct at Sydney from Port Phillip on 9 Oct with sundries, passengers Dr Martin, Rev Mr Ryan, Miss Ellis, Mr and Mrs Matheson, Messrs Rutledge, Brown, Bennett, Buchanan, Alexander, Taylor, Robinson, Howey, Fowler, Murdock, Ebden, Enscoe, and 11 in the steerage
departed 19 Oct from Sydney for Port Phillip with sundries, passengers His Excellency Sir george Gipps, Aide-de-camp, secretary and two servants, Mr and Mrs Westby, 3 chn and 2 servants, Dr Martin, Mrs Millar, Messrs Arden, N James, Enscoe, Abercrombie, E Gore, J Miller, Griffiths, RC Gordon, Dean, Ebden, Middle, Ryrei, Fowler, Hunter and 6 in the steerage
23 Oct 1841 arrived at Melbourne from Sydney passengers His Excellency the Governor and suite
29 Oct 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Sydney with passengers His Excellency the Governor and suite
departed 11 Nov, from Sydney for Port Phillip with sundries, passengers Mr and Mrs Sherwin, Miss Ellis, Miss Massie, Mr Massie, Mr Rose, Mr Murdock, Mr Buchanan, Mr Crawford, Mr Whitehead, Mr hunter, Mr robertson, Mr Robinson, Mr Holland, Mr Harvie, and 16 in the steerage
15 Nov 1841 arrived at Melbourne from Sydney
18 Nov 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Sydney
Arrived 22 Nov at Sydney from Port Phillip on 19 Nov in ballast, passengers Mr and Mrs Strode, 2 chn and servant, Mr and Mrs Lane, Mr and Mrs Massie and servant, Messrs Ardell, Conington and Robinson, and 15 in the steerage
departed 30 Nov from Sydney for Port Phillip with sundries, passengers Mr Marshall, Captain Howie/Harvie, Mr Robinson, Mr Carrington, Mr Holland, Mrs Dunn, Mr Jones, 2 officers of the 80th regiment, 43 rank and file of the 80th, 3 women and 3 chn.
04 Dec 1841 arrived at Melbourne from Sydney
Arrived 11 Dec at Sydney from Port Phillip on 7 Dec with sundries, passengers Mrs Morgan, Mr and Mrs Skerington, Captain and Mrs Fox and servant, Mrs Massie, Miss Massie, Dr Sullivan, Rev Dr Lang, Rev Mr Wilkinson, Mr Sells, Mr D Jones, Mr Thomas, Mr Garrett, Lieut Vignoles and Ensign Ralston 28th Regiment, 36 rank and file, 28th Regiment, 26 in the steerage and 10 convicts
departed 18 Dec from Sydney for Port Phillip with sundries, passengers Mr and Mrs Bolder, Mr and Mrs Watson, Messrs Rhode, Turner, Robertson, Thomas, McTaggart, McCullam, Reeve and Young, and 12 in the steerage
arrived Melbourne 22 Dec from Sydney
27 Dec 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Sydney
Arrived 1 Jan 1842 at Sydney from Port Phillip on 28 Dec 1841 with passengers Major Rhode, Messrs Chisholm, Purves, Gore, Highett, Brown, Scobie Hill, Campbell, Peeves, McCallum, Ebden, Broadribb, Douglass, Murchison, McTaggart,Crawford, 32 in the Steerage, also 4 private soldiers, 1 constable, and 11 prisoners of the Crown

Shamrock

cutter, 35 tons, Boyd master,
12 Dec 1840 cutter Boyd master at Geelong from Melbourne and departed 17 Dec for Williamstown
17 Dec 1840 cutter Boyd from Geelong for Williamstown
arrived Hobart 29 Jan 1841 from Port Phillip 20 Jan with sheep, passenger Mr James Morgan
Comment Column 2 Page 2, Geelong Advertiser 6 Dec 1841 - she is the first vessel to ply as a regular trader direct from Van Dieman's Land to Melbourne and deliver her papers and pay the wharfage dues, not stopping at Williamstown on the way in.
02 Dec 1841 cutter Ayling master arrived at Geelong from Melbourne
07 Dec 1841 cleared from Geelong for Hobart with 100 sheep
31 Dec 1841 arrived at Geelong from Hobart

Singapore

barque 303 tons, Captain Hamilton master
departed Sydney 20 Jan 1841 for Port Phillip, passengers two Misses Lyons, Mr P Duoyles/Inglis, also 17 in the steerage including 10 prisoners of the Crown
29 Jan 1841 barque at Melbourne from Sydney
20 Mar 1841 barque Hamilton arrived at Melbourne from Corner Inlet passengers Mr Rankin, Dr Stewart, Mr Orr
Melbourne departed 19 Apr 1841 Singapore barque Hamilton master for King George's Sound with passengers Messrs Turnbull and Dunlop also 50 head of cattle, 500 sheep, 2 horses, etc

Sir Charles Forbes

arrived 21 Jan 1841 having taken 97 days, barque 364 tons, Thomas Mason/Bacon master, from England 16 Oct 1840 to Port Phillip
See my Sir Charles Forbes notes for a passenger list etc

Sir John Franklin

schooner, 52 tons, Jenkins master, JH Campbell agent
19 Feb 1841 schooner JM Gill master at Melbourne from Hobart
06 Mar 1841 schooner Gill master cleared from Melbourne for Hobart passengers Mr Campbell, Jenkins
arrived at Launceston 15 Mar 1841 from Port Phillip, with sundries, passengers Mr JH Campbell, H Jenkins
13 Oct 1841 arrived at Melbourne from Launceston
08 Nov 1841 schooner Jenkins master arrived at Melbourne from Launceston
15 Nov 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Launceston
arrived 25 Nov 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip with passengers Mr A Campbell, Mr Cummins, Mr Hobson
07 Dec 1841 arrived at Melbourne from Launceston
15 Dec 1841 cleared from Melbourne for Launceston
arrived 21 Dec 1841 at Launceston from Port Phillip with passenger Mr Roberts
departed 29 Dec 1841 from Launceston for Port Phillip with passengers Mr Athorne, Daniel Colman, John Carroll

Sisters

cutter, Mulhall master,
at Melbourne arrive 25 Dec 1840, from Adelaide
at Melbourne arrived 15 Jan 1841 from wreck of the Clonmel
Melbourne cleared out 21 Jan 1841 for Sydney with passengers Dr McIntosh, Mrs McCulloch, Messrs Mitchell, Holland, Dickenson, and Morrison, A Innes, Vergen and 2 in steerage
arrived Sydney 31 Jan 1841 from Port Phillip 23 Jan, passengers Dr McIntosh, Mr Mitchell, Mr McCullock, Mr Holland, Mr Dickenson, Mr Vergen, Mr A Jones, and 3 in steerage

Socrates

barque, 152 tons, Ruffle master, J Griffiths Agent
departed 26 Dec 1840 from Launceston for Port Phillip, passengers Captain McTaggart, Thomas Skinner, William Jones, Ann Pike, Elizabeth Martin and child, and arrived 6 Jan 1841 at Geelong, barque from Launceston lists cargo loading with wool
06 Jan 1841 barque 150 tons, Ruffle master at Geelong from Launceston cargo detailed
30 Jan 1841 barque 150 tons Ruffle master at Geelong loading with wool, C Ruffle Agent
02 Feb 1841 barque Ruffle master cleared from Geelong for Melbourne with passengers Mr Bird and cargo 309 bales wool
18 Mar 1841 loading with wool for London
23 Apr 1841 barque Grant master cleared from Geelong for London via Melbourne cargo 441 bales wool. She had difficulty crossing the sand bat to enter the inner harbour, so departure aroused great interest, as she waited for dusk and high tide, to be the largest vessel to cross the bar. Story ends with comments on need to deepen the channel.
30 Apr 1841 cleared from Melbourne for London passengers Mr Hall, Mr Leep

Sophia Pate

brig Harrison master
departed Sydney 22 Mar 1841 for Port Phillip with sundries, passengers Messrs N amd D Robertson, Rutledge, Brown, Mr and Mrs Hart with child and servant, Mr and Mrs Davis and 9 in Steerage
at Melbourne departed 19 Apr 1841, for Sydney with passengers Mr and Mrs Braim, 3 chn and servant, Mrs Harrison and child
arrived 28 Apr 1841 at Sydney from Port Phillip with passengers Mr and Mrs Braim with 3 chn and 2 servants

St Helena

20 Sep 1841 schooner Cauvin master arrived at Melbourne from Adelaide

Stratheden

arrived 26 July 1841, barque 420 tons, Wolfe master, from London 6 Apr, Passengers Mrs Meek, 2 sons, Messrs Miles, Brassy, Clark, G and J Roach, Donaldson, Merrewether and Venny, Miss Jeakes

26 August - cleared for Sydney with part of original cargo, Passengers Mr and Mrs Meek, Messrs Brassey, Vinning and Merewether, 3 in Steerage
arrived 6 Sep in Sydney from Port Phillip 30 Aug, with goods and passengers not named

Strathfieldsaye

arrived 30 Aug 1841 at Geelong, Barque 477 tons, George Warren master, from London 1 May and Plymouth 16 May 1841
See my Strathfieldsaye notes for a passenger list etc

Supply

06 Dec 1841 brig Brown master arrived at Melbourne from Sydney

Summary notes on Vessels by name - Abeona, Bandicoot, Devonshire, Hamilton, Kilmaurs, Maguasha, Patriot, Tamar,

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