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Author: Ian A Hughes
Publisher: I.A. Hughes (1982)
Language: English
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Ian A Hughes, Index to passengers to Port Phillip from Southern England and Ireland, 1839-51. NRS 5328, Ships papersIncludes papers of William and Mary arriving 21 November 1849. Ian A Hughes, Melbourne, 1981. Ian A Hughes, Index to passengers to Port Phillip from Liverpool, 1839-51. Ian A Hughes, Melbourne, 1982. Ian A Hughes, Index to coastal passengers to Port Phillip, 1839-42. Ian A Hughes, Melbourne, 1983-84. Other sources that may document later events in an immigrant's life can be useful sources for arrival information.

7 January 1849 onwards 8 August 1849 onwards 6 January 1850 onwards 28 June 1850 onwards 28 November 1850 onwards . Alphabetical list of passengers.

7 January 1849 onwards 8 August 1849 onwards 6 January 1850 onwards 28 June 1850 onwards 28 November 1850 onwards 20 August 1851 onwards. ABBOTT, (M. onwards AITKEN, (child) onwards ALLEN, Frederick Augustus (Master) onwards ANDREWS, H. S. C. (Capt. onwards ARNOLD, Harford (Capt. onwards AYMARD, (M. onwards BAKER, (child) onwards BALLANTYNE, (Mr. & family onwards BARCLAY, J. (M. onwards BARR, Robert (Capt. onwards BATH, (Mr. onwards BEASELEY, Charles onwards BELL, (child).

Henry (aged 37) arrived in Geelong, Port Phillip, Victoria, on 28 October 1849, on the ship Tasman with his wife Emily (29) and their two . info/SE and I Passenger Lists 1849-51 117.

Henry (aged 37) arrived in Geelong, Port Phillip, Victoria, on 28 October 1849, on the ship Tasman with his wife Emily (29) and their two children, Julia (3) and Jane (I), as well as ?other family members, Alfred (25), Augusta (31), Caroline (10) and Eliza (3). They were all listed as being from Hampshire (Hants).

Alfred (aged 25) arrived in Geelong, Port Phillip, Victoria, on 28 October 1849, on the ship Tasman with his wife Augusta (31) and their two .

Alfred (aged 25) arrived in Geelong, Port Phillip, Victoria, on 28 October 1849, on the ship Tasman with his wife Augusta (31) and their two children, Caroline (10) and Eliza (3), as well as ?other family members, Henry (37) and Emily (29), Julia (3) and Jane (I).

Phillip Joel Hughes (30 November 1988 – 27 November 2014) was an Australian Test and One Day International (ODI) cricketer who played domestic cricket for South Australia and Worcestershire

Phillip Joel Hughes (30 November 1988 – 27 November 2014) was an Australian Test and One Day International (ODI) cricketer who played domestic cricket for South Australia and Worcestershire. He was a left-handed opening batsman who played for two seasons with New South Wales before making his Test debut in 2009 at the age of 20. He made his One Day International Debut in 2013.

Publication date 01 Jan 1981. Publication City/Country United States.

Ian Hughes is an historian whose main interest lies in the field of Ancient Rome. Quit to go to University before becoming a teacher. Had to give up teaching to look after his son and began writing books on Late Imperial Rome.