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Item: 103278
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Coromandel 1838
Date: 1838 4 October
Place: Sydney
Source: SG
Details: 15 deaths and 4 births on the emigrant ship Coromandel during her passage to Australia.


 
Item: 160243
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Coromandel 1838
Date: 1838 6 October
Place: Sydney
Source: Twenty years experience in Australia: being the evidence of disinterested....Google Books
Details: Extract of a letter addressed to Mr. Marshall - "We have the pleasure to advise you of the safe arrival of the Coromandel, after a tolerably quick and favourable voyage of 110 days. This monring, the emigration board inspected the emigrants, and were please with the parties who came out. The classes most desirable still continue to be female domestic servants, cooks, laundresses, house maids, nursery maids, dairy women etc., country girls preferred. They cam immediately be placed in the most respectable families in the colony.


 
Item: 171306
Surname: -
First Name: -
Ship: Coromandel 1838
Date: 3 October 1838
Place: Sydney
Source: Sydney Monitor
Details: The Coromandel, 662 tons, Thomas Neal master, departed Plymouth 14th June with 281 emigrants. Cabin passengers included Rev. White, wife and two children and servant; Mr and Mrs. Forsaith, Mr and Mrs. Hawkin, Mr. John Lloyd Bradshaw and wife. Mr. Henry Botches, Mr. Alexander Wilson, Mr. George Hebden, Mr James Crawford, Dr. Richard Day and wife, Mr. Spencer, Miss Gallie, Mr. Nicholson Chadwick. Intermediate John Shepherd, James Glen, John Marshall and wife, Conrad KNowles, Harriet Jones and child, Thomas Morriatt wife and child, Jewell Oliver and John Wilkinson


 
Item: 168629
Surname: Bardon
First Name: Charles
Ship: Coromandel 1838
Date: 1838
Place: -
Source: Entitlement certificates of persons on bounty ships; Series: 5314; Reel: 1289. Ancestry
Details: A native of Icklesham, Sussex. Son of William Bardon. Calling farm labourer. Age 28.


 
Item: 103277
Surname: Crassingham
First Name: Richard
Ship: Coromandel 1838
Date: -
Place: -
Source: Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
Details: Born 1813 Sussex. Spouse Henrietta Tolhurst. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 297


 
Item: 149153
Surname: Crassingham
First Name: Richard, Henrietta, Peter
Ship: Coromandel 1838
Date: 1838 2 October
Place: -
Source: State Records of NSW. Online microfilm of shipping lists.
Details: Richard aged 25, labourer from Sussex; Henrietta aged 23, servant, Richard aged 5; Peter aged 2 1/2, passengers on the 'Coromandel' in 1838


 
Item: 149154
Surname: Crassingham
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Coromandel 1838
Date: 1838 2 October
Place: -
Source: State Records of NSW. Online microfilm of shipping lists.
Details: Thomas aged 21, labourer from Sussex and Sarah aged 20, servant, passengers on the 'Coromandel' in 1838


 
Item: 176744
Surname: Eggins
First Name: James
Ship: Coromandel 1838
Date: 10 November 1899
Place: Dungog
Source: Dungog Chronicle
Details: It need hardly be said that in an active life, extending within a decade of a century, partly in England, but the greater portion within the precincts of our colony, the late deceased gentlemen had witnessed many alternations of prosperity and depression, as well as many changes of a radical nature. The late James Eggins was born in Sussex, England, on the 24th, 1810. At the age of 29 he married, and two years later he, accompanied by his wife, stepped on board the ship Ex-Coromandel, bound for Sydney where they arrived safely. His first experience in colonial life was an overseer in charge of a band of Government men at Dungog. His next step was to join the police force of this colony, and he was stationed at Maitland. A constable s position in the early forties was not to be envied, as they were often required to do fierce battle with some of the worst characters that the world has produced. In one instance, while in pursuit of a bushranger, his life was saved by the promptness of a fellow constable, who shot the outlaw while he was in the act of levelling his rifle at Mr. Eggins. After two years service he resigned his position. He then removed to the Bolwarra estate, where he engaged in farming pursuits, remaining there about ten years, after which he came to the Manning, and finally settled on Jones Island, arriving in the year 1857 where he resided until death. He, together with R. Williams, or better known as Croki Dick were instrumental in starting the first school at Croki the teacher being Mr. A. Lobban, now District Inspector at Grafton. Mr. Eggins was twice married, and the issue was in all nineteen sons and daughters, of whom 14 are living, viz., 9 sons and 5 daughters. Of the sons three are public school teachers, one a constable at East Maitland, another in business as a store-keeper at Tumut, and the remaining four are engaged in farming and grazing pursuits. His grand-children 34 totalling the remarkable number of 143 descendants. During his earlier days deceased was a great walker, having repeatedly walked from Dungog to Maitland and back, a distance of about 50 miles, within a day; and while on the Manning he has accomplished the remarkable feat of walking to Maitland within 48 hours. He much preferred walking to riding. About 8 years ago he returned to England, but on reaching the land of his birth everything was altered to such a degree that he seemed like a stranger in a strange land, only meeting one associate of his early days. He only stayed in England about six weeks, and again returned to Australia. Deceased was a man of upright ness and honesty in all transactions as well as a strict upholder of the Sabbath day and a regular attendant of the Wesleyan Church, to which he belonged and even on the day of his last and only serious illness he was preparing for church, when he received a paralytic stroke about 10 a.m., and gradually sank until on the following Sunday week, when his earthly life was peacefully ended.


 
Item: 178211
Surname: Farrell
First Name: John
Ship: Coromandel 1838 (came free)
Date: 12 November 1839
Place: Newcastle gaol
Source: Newcastle Gaol Entrance Book. State Archives NSW. Roll 136
Details: Clerk from Limerick. Came free. Admitted to Newcastle gaol from Sydney. Sentenced to 9 months imprisonment for obtaining money under false pretences


 
Item: 103441
Surname: Fuller
First Name: James
Ship: Coromandel 1838
Date: -
Place: -
Source: Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
Details: Born 1814 Sussex. Spouse Mary Anne Edwards. for more information see Pioneer Registry Entry No. 468


 
Item: 15163
Surname: Fuller
First Name: James and Mary
Ship: Coromandel 1838
Date: 1838 2 October
Place: Bolwarra
Source: State Records of NSW. Online microfilm of shipping lists.
Details: James aged 24, labourer and Mary aged 17 servant, passengers on the 'Coromandel' in 1838


 
Item: 149156
Surname: Hiller
First Name: George, Harriett, Charlotte
Ship: Coromandel 1838
Date: 1838 2 October
Place: -
Source: State Records of NSW. Online microfilm of shipping lists.
Details: George age 22, labourer, Harriet age 22, servant and Charlotte age 1 1/2, passengers on the 'Coromandel'


 
Item: 103545
Surname: Hilliard (Hellyer) (Hillier)
First Name: George
Ship: Coromandel 1838
Date: -
Place: -
Source: Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
Details: Born 1815 Dorset. Spouse Harriett Read. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 621


 
Item: 103564
Surname: Horder
First Name: Thomas
Ship: Coromandel 1838
Date: -
Place: -
Source: Maitland Family History Circle's Pre 1900 Pioneer Register
Details: Born 1802 Wiltshire. son of Rinaldo and Mary Horder. Spouse Harriet Hyman. For more information see Pioneer Register Entry No. 666


 
Item: 149155
Surname: Horder
First Name: Thomas, Harriet, George, Alford, Charles
Ship: Coromandel 1838
Date: 1838 2 October
Place: -
Source: State Records of NSW. Online microfilm of shipping lists.
Details: Thomas aged 36, carpenter, native of Sussex; Harriet aged 32, servant; George age 9; Alford age 8; Charles age 3, passengers on the 'Coromandel'



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