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From: Jo Wynne <>
Subject: Re: [MAR] The fate of the Tryphena?
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2017 18:03:11 +1300
The Don Armitage site has some interesting information .Some of the dates
don't tally but that one has a newspaper ref. so I'm not sure how I missed
it. Thanks Joe
On Mon, Mar 20, 2017 at 5:36 PM, Joseph Mcmillan <
> Hi Jo,
> Google Loss of the brig TRYPHENA and you will get a page with
> sailing dates for the TRYPHENA and the last entry is TRYPHENA from Buena
> Ventura Sat.27 Dec. 1851, so it looks like the ship completed the voyage to
> Buena Ventura and left there on 27th. Dec. 1851 bound for ?
> Hope this helps,
> Joe McMillan,
> South Australia.
> -----Original Message----- From: Graham Read
> Sent: Monday, March 20, 2017 7:39 AM
> To: Jo Wynne
> Cc: MARINERS
> Subject: Re: [MAR] The fate of the Tryphena?
> Do you know which Buena Ventura he was sailing to ?
> On Sun, Mar 19, 2017 at 8:10 PM, Jo Wynne <> wrote:
> Good morning
>> The brig Tryphena was a wooden , 2 mast brig of 131 tons, built at the
>> MacLeay River, NSW. Australia in 1842. My main interest in this ship has
>> been her voyages during 1844/45 when Capt. William Hindmarsh was the
>> captain. I have amassed a great deal of information about these voyages
>> am now wondering what her fate was.
>> Charles Abercrombie was the owner, Sydney, 1843 - 1849
>> Wearing, Liverpool was the owner 1849 - ?
>> Capt. Wearing, the Tryphena sailed from Liverpool on August 7, 1850 for
>> Buena Ventura.
>> I would appreciate any help completing this history.
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