Have had a request for an image of the BEEJAPORE. Its not looking hopeful and any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 – 1899), Thursday 20 January 1853,
Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 – 1875), Saturday 8 January 1853,
Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 – 1875), Monday 7 March 1853,
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 – 1954), Tuesday 8 March 1853
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 – 1954), Saturday 5 August 1854
Australian Town and Country Journal (NSW : 1870 – 1907), Wednesday 7 November 1906,
Beejapore passenger list #1: Samuel and Robert Gouldsborough
Passenger list from the hapless voyage of immiseration and death:
Samuel Gouldsborough. Robert (son) died on voyage.
His first wife, Margaret died at the Nth. Head Quarantine Station whre she is buried. Physical location of burial plot is now unknown other than being in “The First Burial Ground” which was in use until the latter part of 1853. Headstones and markers were removed to a less visible location away from the sight of arriving quarantine internees (the remains of interred were not exhumed and relocated).
Journal of a voyage to Sydney New South Wales in the ship “Beejapore”
Captain. S L (or Jno. L.?) McLay
Dep. Liverpool Oct 12 1852, arrived at Sydney Heads Jan 5 1853.
Passage 84 days 22 hours mean time.
[by] W. Usherwood Sydney NSW
ML B784 CY 1117 held by State Library NSW.
“Not having alluded to the deaths from time to time as they occurred I will now mention that since leaving England up to this time we have had 56, all infants and young children, with one exception, viz. a country lad named Rowarth who died from apoplexy – he was about 15 a very sleepy looking customer, and blessed with an enormous appetite to which I think in some measure may be attributed his death – as far as we can humanly speak. – There have also been 10 births on board, some of which children died, and are include in the above number”
The Goldsborough Family in Australia
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LOOKING FOR IMAGES OF THE BEEJAPORE WHICH BROUGHT THE CRAIGS AND HURRELLS IN 1853
Do you have a picture of the Beejapore. My husband’s great great grandfather was Joseph Drayton and although I have searched I have not been able to find a picture.
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The Australian Women’s Weekly (1933 – 1982), Saturday 31 March 1934,
Hi Lynne – Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
Just a short note to let you know I’ve decided to commit my family history info to http://www.wikitree.com/
I’d previously considered using the likes of Ancestry etc, but the idea of my info being locked away behind a paywall irritated me. Similarly, paying to host a site for myself seemed unsustainable. So the Wikitree seems like a better option – someone else maintains & manages the site & the info is freely available to all.
I’ve put some of the Bryce info up there – and was quickly contacted by a Pentland researcher from UK who I gather has already been in touch with you.
Have a look. If you are interested in adding to or building on to what I’ve put up so far, send me a request & I’ll add you to the trust group to manage pages.
(I’ve only put up basic info & narrative & a few photos – still to learn stuff like footnotes & citations.)
The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), Saturday 5 March 1803,
Execution at Castle-Hill. (1803, October 2). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842), p. 3.
ALSO ON THE HERCULES
Family Notices. (1804, April 1). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842
SYDNEY. (1806, January 19). The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 – 1842
ASSOCIATED WITH JOHN CURTIS. AND THE MISSING NOTE.