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From: "Forrest Plumstead" <>
Subject: Fw: [NFK] Re: Robert Cockrell - Bounty immigrant
Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2006 08:51:33 -0600
Also found this.
Researching the following Surnames:
Bushouse, Plumstead, Risser, Schroeder, Senne, Thayer,
Quaker Families: Coppock, Heald, Hobson, Hollingsworth, Potts, Ross, Watt
Plumstead and Associated Families:
Military Kool Lynx: http://geocities.com/fplum/
Ham Radio WB5HQO http://forrest.3h.com/main.html
----- Original Message -----
From: "Philip Thamm" <>
Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 5:20 AM
Subject: [NFK] Re: Robert Cockrell - Bounty immigrant
> Advertisement from The Times, 4 Jan 1840
> Passage to Australia - The ship ANDROMACHE, of 600 tons burden, Thomas
> NEW, Commander, will sail from Gravesend on the 16th, and from Plymouth
> the 24th of February, direct for Port Philip and Sydney. The ship
> THERESA, of 650 tons burden, Walter YOUNG, (late H.C.S.) Commander, will
> sail from Gravesend on the 15th, and from Plymouth the 23rd of March,
> direct for Port Philip and Sydney. These are first class ships, have
> poops, and the first order of accommodations for cabin, intermediate,
> and steerage passengers, will carry experienced surgeons, and sail with
> strict punctuality. Apply to John MARSHALL, 26 Birchin-lane, Cornhill.
> These ships load at the New Jetty, London Docks.
> Advertisement from The Times, 16 Mar 1840
> Port Philip and Sydney. The ship THERESA, Captain YOUNG, for these
> ports, has left Gravesend for Plymouth, whence she is intended to sail
> on the 23rd instant, up to which day, inclusive, passengers can join her
> there. Her accommodations for cabin, intermediate, and steerage
> passengers are most excellent, and she carries a thoroughly qualified
> surgeon. Apply to John MARSHALL, 26 Birchin-lane, Cornhill; or at the
> Royal Hotel, Plymouth.
> > Robert and Susan (Goss) Cockrell sailed on the Theresa to Australia as
> > assisted passengers in arriving in Australia in July 1840. Given that
> > they were probably from Swaffham area...........did these ships leave
> > Yarmouth perhaps and then proceed to Southhampton or just leave
> > Southhampton. Trying to figure out where they would have boarded the
> > ship.
> Hope this helps.
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