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Sailed from Berwick upon Tweed on September 13th 1852 for London and on to Port St Philip, Victoria, Australia. 50 of the passengers were from Berwick upon Tweed.

Articles from the Newcastle Courant.

Made available to GENUKI by George Bell.

 

SurnameForenameAgeOccupationNationality
AdamsonRichard40FarmerEnglish
AdamsonSarah Elizabeth7daughterEnglish
AllanIsabella25LadyScottish
BeebyCharles37JewellerEnglish
BeebyEliza23wifeEnglish
BurgerJoseph31General dealerEnglish
BournJames18FarmerEnglish
BurbridgeHenry26Gold ---English
BoothAlexander32Gold ---Scottish
BoothIsabella25wifeScottish
BoothAlexander3childScottish
BoothJohn1childScottish
ButementWilliam18FarmerScottish
BattersWilliam25ClerkScottish
BattersW...g23ClerkScottish
BillyeldJohn32GentlemanScottish
BillyeldLydia32wifeScottish
BellWilliam33BakerScottish
BoddleHarriet18ServantEnglish
BangsEdward30SilversmithEnglish
BangsMaria40wifeEnglish
BangsHarriet6childEnglish
BangsSamuel3childEnglish
BirdElizabeth20ServantEnglish
BaileyMary33ServantEnglish
ButnerIsaac36GentlemanEnglish
ButnerMary38wifeEnglish
ButnerIsaac11childEnglish
ButnerWilliam Edward5childEnglish
ButnerMary3childEnglish
ButnerJohn Alexander0infantEnglish
BerefordJohn19ClerkEnglish
CottGeorge13LabourerEnglish
ChurcherThomas40MerchantScottish
ChurcherAnn34wifeScottish
ChurcherAnn12childScottish
ChurcherSarah10childScottish
ChurcherThomas8childScottish
ChurcherAlice6childScottish
ChurcherAnn Mary4childScottish
ChurcherWalter0infantScottish
CranstonAlfred38PublicanScottish
CodCharles28JoinerEnglish
CodElizabeth28wifeEnglish
CosterJohn19PainterEnglish
CarruthersAndrew?23WarehousemanEnglish
CoxWilliam34LabourerEnglish
ColvenJames29MinisterEnglish
DonnattJoseph36EngineerScottish
DeaneJohn35Cabinet makerGerman
DeaneCatherine31wifeGerman
DeaneLouise2childGerman
DeaneJohn0infantGerman
DeaneJohn20Cabinet makerGerman
DoddsGeorge18GentlemanEnglish
DaltonWilliam23BakerEnglish
DalesWilliam30JoinerEnglish
DalesMary29wifeEnglish
ElliottWilliam23GentlemanScottish
ElliottGeorge21GentlemanScottish
EllisWilliam19FarmerEnglish
FlettJames27CarpenterEnglish
FlettAnn26wifeEnglish
FlettEliza21sisterEnglish
FlettJemima2childEnglish
FosterJames35FarmerScottish
FlatmanDennis23FarmerEnglish
GibsonGeorge47MarinerScottish
GibsonMary45wifeScottish
GriffithsCornelius32CarpenterEnglish
GriffithsMary35wifeEnglish
HenrySarah36LadyEnglish
HillJohn39Boot makerEnglish
HillJohn jr12sonEnglish
HillCharles11sonEnglish
HoodJames22ConfectionerScottish
HogarthPeter30FarmerScottish
HogarthElizabeth30wifeScottish
HogarthRobert5childScottish
HoggAdam26ClerkScottish
HobbsWilliam27GentlemanEnglish
HobbsHarriet29wifeEnglish
JohnsonThomas27ButcherScottish
JacksonFrances68LadyEnglish
KinghornDaniel39Brass founderEnglish
KinghornEmily33wifeEnglish
KnightThomas30DairymanEnglish
KnightMann30wifeEnglish
KnightSophia10childEnglish
KnightAnn M4childEnglish
Knight[unnamed]0infantEnglish
KingCharles38SadlerEnglish
KingJane30wifeEnglish
KingWilliam3childEnglish
King[unnamed]0infantEnglish
KeeneSamuel34MinisterEnglish
KeeneSally32wifeEnglish
Lock...llThomas28BakerScottish
MorpethRobinson29CarpenterScottish
MarchamDaniel25GrocerEnglish
MarchamSarah22wifeEnglish
MarchantHarriet35LadyEnglish
MarchantHarriet1childEnglish
McLeanThomas38DraperEnglish
McLeanMary33wifeEnglish
McLeanRobert4childEnglish
McLeanMary Jane3childEnglish
McLean[unnamed]0infantEnglish
MoscropGeorge44LabourerEnglish
McKechnieRobert27EngineerScottish
NicolasWilliam20BuilderEnglish
OswaldJohn24ClerkScottish
OliverHenry39BakerScottish
PatrickHenry32ChemistEnglish
PughJohn40LabourerEnglish
PlayerAthauk?0  
PringleJohn64ButcherScottish
PringleAgnes66wifeScottish
PringleDaniel8grandsonScottish
PattersonJames21ButcherScottish
PickeringHenry45ClerkScottish
PowellFrancis35JoinerEnglish
PhillipsRichard45SadlerEnglish
PennellGeorge35Shoe makerEnglish
PritchardWilliam22FarmerEnglish
PritchardJohn19TailorEnglish
PritchardSarah32ServantEnglish
PritchardAnn17ServantEnglish
PiperGeorge22CarpenterEnglish
RobensGeorge R23GentlemanEnglish
RomansJohn41Piano makerEnglish
RomansCatherine36wifeEnglish
RomansWilliam12childEnglish
RuffAbraham32Tallow melter?German
RuffAnn32wifeGerman
Ruff[unnamed]0infantGerman
StevensonJohn30PrinterEnglish
StevensonRebekah30wifeEnglish
StevensonJohn5childEnglish
StevensonEmily3childEnglish
StevensonAlfred2childEnglish
Stevenson[unnamed]0infantEnglish
SpecknellJoshua42Shoe makerEnglish
SpecknellMary Ann40wifeEnglish
ShanksGeorge51ButcherScottish
ShanksAnn49wifeScottish
ShanksDavid24ButcherScottish
ShanksJane27wifeScottish
Shanks[unnamed]0infantScottish
ScottWilliam18BakerScottish
ScottIsabella20LadyScottish
SkellyJohn22ButcherScottish
SalisburyCharles24FarmerScottish
SalisburyRobert20ClerkScottish
ShirleyWilliam Henry30BakerEnglish
ShirleyMary26wifeEnglish
ShrimptonThomas27BakerEnglish
ShrimptonFrances24wifeEnglish
ShrimptonThomas5childEnglish
ShrimptonAugusta3childEnglish
Shrimpton[unnamed]0infantEnglish
SeftonJames28GrocerEnglish
StanesbyGeorge19JoinerEnglish
StevensCharles30Sugar planter?English
StampJohn28GrocerEnglish
TurnbullOliver36EngineerScottish
TurnbullMary Ann36wifeScottish
TurnbullWilliam3childScottish
TeackleGeorge30CarpenterEnglish
TeackleHarriet31wifeEnglish
WilsonJohn40Cabinet makerScottish
WilsonMartha37wifeScottish
WilsonMatilda9childScottish
WilsonEmily4childScottish
WilsonJemima2childScottish
Wilson[unnamed]0infantScottish
WheelerGeorge20GentlemanEnglish
WesterburghBernard37EngineerGerman
WeatherlyWatson45FarmerScottish
WhitelawAnn65LadyScottish
WilliamsJohn29ClerkEnglish
WilliamsMary Jane22wifeEnglish
WaySamuel16GentlemanEnglish
WilkinsJames32LabourerEnglish
WoodWalter28GrocerEnglish
YorkeJohn24GentlemanEnglish
YoungSamuel?34MarinerEnglish
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Articles from the Newcastle Courant

3 Sep 1852

BERWICK TO PORT PHILLIP.

GOLD DIGGINGS AND SHEEP FARMING AT MELBOURNE, PORT PHILLIP.

FROM BERWICK UPON TWEED.

THE fine New Ship LORD DELAVAL, 700 Tons, A1 at Lloyd's, CHARLES YOUNG, Commander; carrying an experienced Surgeon.

 

PASSAGE MONEY
Steerage£18
Intermediate£25
Cabin£30 to 45

Having a Full Poop.

Special Agreement for Families and Individuals in all the Classes.

Apply Immediately. Rates of freight Moderate.

Berths secured in this splendid Vessel, and Deposits of One-half of Passage Money received, and all further Particulars given, on Application to

GEORGE GRAY, 51, Quayside, Newcastle.
Newcastle upon Tyne, Aug. 27, 1852.


1 Jul 1853

Intelligence has been received in Berwick of the safe arrival at Melbourne, on the 27th of February, after a passage of three months and seventeen days, of the Lord Delaval, emigrant ship, which sailed from Berwick. All were well.


16 Mar 1855

FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. THE fine, first-class, British-built barque LORD DELAVAL, 451 tons register N.M., has a full poop and topgallant forecastle, classed 9 years A.1. at Lloyds. Sheathed with yellow metal, sails fast, and caries a large cargo. This handsome vessel was built at Berwick, under special inspection, in 1852, of the best materials, well found in stores, and every way adapted for carrying troops or passengers, having a good height between decks, and fitted with air ports. Now lying near the New Quay, North Shields, where she may be inspected on application to Capt. Gladston, on board.

For particulars and inventory of stores, apply to

CARR BROTHERS and Co.,
Trinity Chambers, Newcastle.