Immigration, Emigration and Overseas Travel: NSW Index to Miscellaneous Immigrants
|Lady McNaghten||GUMBLETON||Alice||16||26/02/1837||COD 112||243||[ML A1267-15]|
|Lady McNaghten||GUMBLETON||Edward||13||26/02/1837||COD 112||243||[ML A1267-15]|
|Lady McNaghten||GUMBLETON||John||6||26/02/1837||COD 112||243||[ML A1267-15]|
|Lady McNaghten||GUMBLETON||Margaret||2||26/02/1837||COD 112||243||[ML A1267-15]|
|Lady McNaghten||GUMBLETON||Margaret||36||26/02/1837||COD 112||243||[ML A1267-15]|
|Lady McNaghten||GUMBLETON||Mary||18||26/02/1837||COD 112||243||[ML A1267-15]|
|Lady McNaghten||GUMBLETON||William||38||26/02/1837||COD 112||243||[ML A1267-15]|
|Lady McNaghten||GUMBLETON||William||8||26/02/1837||COD 112||243||[ML A1267-15]|
26 Feb 1837
The Lady McNaughton also Lady McNaghten left Cork on 5 Nov 1836 and arr.in Sydney 26 Feb 1837.The ship was quarantined until 10 May 1837 at North Head Quarantine Station.Approx 56 children died from measles and a further 50 or so passengers are reported to have died from typhus.
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