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Ship: Hanover 1854
Date: 23 September 1854
Place: Port Jackson
Source: SMH
Details: Arrival - September 22 - Hanover, ship, 1000 tons, Captain Henry, from London 14 June. Passengers Mrs. Terry, Mrs. Lazarus and child, Mr. Joel and children, Miss Davis, Messrs Young Coombes, Rev. Mr. Stirton, Mr. Pocklington and 305 in the steerage. Dr. Newbury, surgeon superintendent. Lyall, Scott and Co., agents

Surname: Blackburn
First Name: Charles, Jane, Emma, Bertha, Mary
Ship: Hanover 1854
Date: September 1854
Place: Port Jackson
Source: State Archives and Records Authority of New South Wales; Kingswood New South Wales, Australia; Passenger Lists of the Family Colonization Loan Society; Series: 5323; Fiche: 839; Item: [9/6173 Part]
Details: Charles Blackburn age 30, bootmaker; Jane 29, dressmaker; Emma 5, Charles 3; Bertha 2; Mary 8 months. Assisted immigrants on the ship Hanover

Surname: Blackburn
First Name: Jane
Ship: Hanover 1854
Date: 10 July 1857
Place: Newcastle gaol
Source: New South Wales, Australia, Gaol Description and Entrance Books, 1818-1930
Details: Jane Blackburn, house servant from London. Admitted to Newcastle gaol. Sent for trial at Quarter Sessions. Not Guilty