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SHIPS PASSENGER LISTS
Ships Passenger Lists to Australia & New Zealand 1800-1850
1820-1830Between 1788 and 1900 over 1,000,000 people immigrated to Australia. Most of them were from the British Isles, but some were from Europe and Asia. Before 1900 there were 4 classes of immigration:
Over 160,000 convicts (most from the British Isles) were sent to Australia. The British Government first sent convicts to New South Wales, Australia in 1788, after the American Revolution. Because of their own population growth, NSW refused to accept convicts after 1842. Convicts were sent to Tasmania (formerly Van Diemens Land) in 1803. Western Australian accepted male convicts only from 1850 to 1868.
The National Archives of Ireland has a searchable index database on the Internet for transportation records of Irish convicts sent to Australia between 1788 and 1868
Index to Miscellaneous Immigrants to New South Wales (NSW) 1828-1843
Assisted immigrants arriving at Port Phillip Australia, 1839-1851
Assisted immigrants arriving in Sydney and Newcastle Australia, 1844-1859
Assisted immigrants arriving at Moreton Bay (Brisbane) Australia, 1848-1859
Parmelia England to Swan River, Australia 1829
HMS Sulphur England to Swan River, Western Australia 1829
Calista from Portsmouth to Swan River, Western Australia, 5th August 1829
1830-1840Immigrant Ships to New Zealand From the United Kingdom & Ireland 1835 to 1910
Coromandel from England to Australia 1836
Maitland from Gravesend, England to Sydney, Australia on 6 November 1838.
Marquis of Hastings 1839 Canada to Van Dieman's Land, Australia
The Canton 1839 Canada to Van Dieman's Land, Australia
Index to Assisted British Immigration 1839-1871 Search for names of immigrants from Britain to Victoria, Australia between 1839 and 1871. These immigrants were 'assisted', meaning in most cases that their passage was subsidised by the Victorian Government.
India Greenock, Scotland to Port Adelaide Australia on 23 Feb 1840 and later in Sydney Australia on 10th May 1840.
Agostina 1841 UK to Melbourne Australia
The India arrives Port Philip Australia 1841
Indian from London to Launceston, Tasmania 1844 *compiled from various newspaper articles of the day, plus genealogies of the passengers on board
Philip Laing to New Zealand 1847
John Wickliffe England to New Zealand 1848
Victory 1848 England to New Zealand
Blundell 1848 England to New Zealand
Bernica 1848 England to New Zealand
Ajax 1848 England to New Zealand
Mary 1849 England to New Zealand
Mariner 1849 England to New Zealand
Larkins 1849 England to New Zealand
Cornwall 1849 England to New Zealand
Kelso 1849 England to New Zealand
Pekin 1849 England to New Zealand
Mooltan 1849 England to New Zealand
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